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.
For the first time in a while, it was not too hot, too windy, or too cloudy on the first Saturday of November as ROCK held its monthly model rocket launch.
Chris Michielssen flew his well-crafted Estes V-2. Unfortunately, the scale model ended up in the top of a tree, far out of reach for recovery.
A FlisKits Tres turned in a great flight on a cluster of three canted motors.
Tom’s vintage Nighthawk flew a couple of times. During the first flight, the booster tangled with the glider. But, the second flight was perfect with the rocket transitioning cleanly to the glide phase.
We had a good turnout with lots of kids participating.
Please visit the November, 2012, ROCK Launch photo album at RocketReviews.com to see the rest of my photos of the launch.