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Future of Aerospace Rocket - July 30, 2011 (2011-07-31)

Video Source: www.cosrocs.org Additional Details: www.rocketryplanet.com www.ulalaunch.com United Launch Alliance (ULA) Future of Aerospace Rocket: United Launch Alliance, Ball Aerospace Interns and High School Students Launched Colorado's Largest Rocket, Payloads, Saturday, July 30, 2011 from a launch site near Pueblo, Colorado. Interns from both companies--representing the future of the aerospace industry--built the high-power rockets and a variety of multi-faceted payloads this summer as part of their experience at their respective companies. A major new addition to this year's effort has been the work of 14 teams from 11 Colorado high schools, laboring for months to develop payloads to launch on the rockets. The Future of Aerospace and Stars 'N' Stripes rockets were built by ULA summer interns-dubbed SPIRIT (Sky Piercing Intern Rock-It Team)-in Denver, Colorado, Decatur, Ala., Harlingen TX, Vandenberg AFB, CA, and Cape Canaveral, Fla. This is the fourth year ULA interns have built and launched high-power rockets as a summer project and the second year with participation from intern at other ULA work locations. United Launch Alliance (ULA) Future of Aerospace rocket Launch Date: Saturday, July 30, 2011 Launch Site: Hudson Ranch, 9.5 miles west from the Walmart (at Pueblo Blvd.& Hwy 78) on Beulah Hwy. It is located on the right side coming from Pueblo, Colorado. Length: 25 ft Weight: 300 lbs O-Class Rocket* Altitude: 10000 ft AGL (1) large, (1) medium, (12) small ...

Future of Aerospace Rocket Flight Camera Footage - July 30, 2011 (2011-08-05)

United Launch Alliance Intern Rocket Launch 2011: "Future" Rocket Flight Camera Footage Video Source: www.youtube.com Uploaded by jjb284 on Jul 31, 2011 "Future" rocket flight camera footage from the July 30, 2011 United Launch Alliance Intern Rocket Launch. ULA Interns Rock-It! United Launch Alliance (ULA) Future of Aerospace rocket: United Launch Alliance, Ball Aerospace Interns and High School Students Launched Colorado's Largest Rocket, Payloads, Saturday, July 30, 2011 from a launch site near Pueblo, Colorado. Interns from both companies--representing the future of the aerospace industry--built the high-power rockets and a variety of multi-faceted payloads this summer as part of their experience at their respective companies. A major new addition to this year's effort has been the work of 14 teams from 11 Colorado high schools, laboring for months to develop payloads to launch on the rockets. Additional Details: www.rocketryplanet.com www.ulalaunch.com The Future of Aerospace and Stars 'N' Stripes rockets were built by ULA summer interns-dubbed SPIRIT (Sky Piercing Intern Rock-It Team)-in Denver, Colorado, Decatur, Ala., Harlingen TX, Vandenberg AFB, CA, and Cape Canaveral, Fla. This is the fourth year ULA interns have built and launched high-power rockets as a summer project and the second year with participation from intern at other ULA work locations. United Launch Alliance (ULA) Future of Aerospace rocket Launch Date: Saturday, July 30, 2011 Launch Site: Hudson ...

MadCow Rocketry Super DX3 High Power Sport Rocket Launch with Aerial Video (2011-05-29)

MadCow Rocketry Super DX3 Built & Flown By: Jeffery Estes NAR 15301 HPR L2 MC2 / HARA / SCORE / COSROCS FLIGHT 1: SOUTHERN COLORADO ROCKETEERS (SCORE) Pueblo, Colorado NAR Section 632 Location: Hudson Ranch, Pueblo, CO Weather: Clear with Light Wind Gust Date: February 19, 2011 Time: 11:50 AM MST Motor: Cesaroni Pro38 I180 Skidmark Delay: 9s Payload: Keychain Video Camera AltimeterOne Altitude: 1498 ft FLIGHT 2: SOUTHERN COLORADO ROCKETEERS (SCORE) Pueblo, Colorado NAR Section 632 Location: Hudson Ranch, Pueblo, CO Weather: Clear with Light Wind Gust Date: February 19, 2011 Time: 12:41 PM MST Motor: Cesaroni Pro38 I212 Smoky Sam Delay: 9s Payload: Keychain Video Camera AltimeterOne Altitude: 1671 ft Features: High Power Rocket 16.5" Ogive Plastic Nose Cone 1/4" Plywood Laser Cut Fins and Rings ACME Conformal Rail Guides Dual Deployment Capable Pre-slotted Airframe 9/16" Tubular Nylon Shock Cord Aero Pack Quick-Change 38mm Motor Retainer Specifications: Length: 67.5" Diameter: 4.0" Dry Weight: 87oz Motor Mount: 38mm Fins: 1/4" Plywood Recovery System: 36" Nylon Chute 12x12 Chute Protector Finish: Rustoleum Specialty White Appliance Epoxy Sport Rocketry Club Links: Southern Colorado Rocketeers SCORE Pueblo, CO www.scronline.net Colorado Springs Rocket Society COSROCS Colorado Springs, CO www.cosrocs.org Huntsville Area Rocketry Association HARA Huntsville, AL www.hararocketry.org Music City Missile Club MC2 Manchester, TN http National Association of Rocketry www.nar.org ...

NAR HPR L1 Certification Flight (2011-06-26)

Sport High Power Rocket - NAR L1 Certification Flight - Giant Leap Rocketry Firestorm 54 - AeroTech H123W-M Motor - Apogee 2249' - Jeff Estes - MC2 / HARA - Southern Thunder 2010 - Manchester TN - 19 Jun 2010

NAR HPR L2 Certification Flight (2011-05-29)

Sport High Power Rocket - NAR L2 Certification Flight - LOC Minie-Magg - Cesaroni J285-12 Motor - Apogee 1874' - Jeff Estes - MC2 / HARA - Manchester TN - 14 Aug 2010

Stars 'N' Stripes Rocket - July 30, 2011 (2011-07-31)

Video Source: www.cosrocs.org Additional Details: www.rocketryplanet.com www.ulalaunch.com Ball Aerospace Stars 'N' Stripes Rocket: Here's a Ball Aerospace Intern rocket with really cool motors on the fins firing forward to limit altitude. The video clearly shows the forward thrust. The Stars 'N' Stripes Rocket was launched by United Launch Alliance, Ball Aerospace Interns and High School Students on Saturday, July 30, 2011 from a launch site near Pueblo, Colorado. Interns from both companies--representing the future of the aerospace industry--built the high-power rockets and a variety of multi-faceted payloads this summer as part of their experience at their respective companies. A major new addition to this year's effort has been the work of 14 teams from 11 Colorado high schools, laboring for months to develop payloads to launch on the rockets. The Stars 'N' Stripes rocket features a unique retro-rocket system designed to fire in reverse to keep the rocket within FAA-imposed altitude limitations. It carries two payloads. The rocket was built by United Launch Alliance summer interns from 2011 (and 2010), and the payloads were provided by Ball Aerospace summer interns. The Ball interns, known as BIRST (Ball Intern Rocket Scientist Team), are delivering four separate payloads for the two larger rocket launches. They include a remote exploration vehicle meant to simulate the Mars Pathfinder, a high altitude inflatable viewing device, an on-board camera/GPS with a possible ...

VALKYRIE VISION II (VVII) COMPLEX HIGH POWER ROCKET LAUNCH AND AERIAL VIDEO (2011-07-05)

On Nov 20, 2010, at the Hudson Ranch launch site located 9.5 miles south west of Pueblo Colorado located on Colorado Highway 78 (Beulah Highway), the Southern Colorado Rocketeers (NAR Section #632) and the Valkyrie Civil Air Patrol Squadron launched a complex high power rocket with onboard video. This was a high power rocket weighing over 50 pounds and was expected to reach an altitude of almost 7000 feet above ground level. The rocket was meant to fire a core L motor L1030 burning for 2.7 seconds. At two seconds into the flight, three J290 motors would air start and burn for 2.4 seconds. At 3.5 seconds after ignition, three J357 motors would air-start. The intended total burn time of all motors was 5.5 seconds; unfortunately, the air-start motors did not ignite during this launch.

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