Vintage Model Rocket "Cajun" by Estes - 1991 model- Recovery system fail

This is a vintage model rocket from Estes, introduced in 1990-1991. It is 46 cm (1,5 feet) tall and flies to 366 m (1200 feet). It uses a stream recovery system and B/C engines. The engine used at this flight was a C6-5. Unfortunately the recovery system didn't work as it was expected... Launch place: Arcadia, Greece In real life, the Cajun was an American sounding rocket developed during the 1950s. It was extensively used for scientific experiments by NASA and the United States military between 1956 and 1976 [Wikipedia].

 Rocketry Product: Estes - C6 Single-Use Motor {Motor}

Author Burninguitars
Duration 79 seconds

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