Mark your calendar. The Northeast Florida Association of Rocketry (NEFAR) hosts it’s annual Bunnell Blast two-day rocket launch in November. The launch, near Daytona Beach, Florida, begins at 9:00am on Saturday, November 9, and continues on Sunday, November 10. On Saturday, the sport and research launch extends until after dusk to incorporate night launches.
Traditionally, Bunnell Blast has been the time when rocketry hobbyists debut their biggest and most challenging projects.
Last weekend, NEFAR hosted its annual two-day Bunnell Blast launch.
Rockets from small to large took to the air on Saturday.
And even a furry rocket flew … sort of …
Saturday’s launch lasted into the early evening allowing for spectacular dusk and night launches.
Gusty wind, unfortunately, provided a challenge for flyers on Sunday.
But, some large rockets still flew including one of Gary Dahlke’s two-stagers.
My YouBee, an upscale of the Odd’l Rockets Break Away, flew on an Aerotech K480W motor.
Robb Haskins flew his Cluster Thrust on a cluster of four motors.
Now, it’s time to start preparing for Bunnell Blast 2013!
To see more photos from the launch, please visit the NEFAR Bunnell Blast 2012 Photo Album at RocketReviews.com.
The Northeast Florida Association of Rocketry (NEFAR) will host its annual Bunnell Blast regional launch on November 10 and 11, 2012. Bunnell Blast is a two-day sport and research launch for model rockets through high-power rockets.
The launch begins Saturday morning and runs into the early evening as rockets are launched at dusk. Sunday’s launch eands in the early afternoon.
For more information about NEFAR visit the club’s web site at http://www.nefar.net/.