In this episode, CG talks about how his electronics developments have come along Specifically, what he learned from the first test flight of Mr. Bean (DEMO-1 mission), and the successful
second launch of Mr. Bean (DEMO-2), where his code & flight computer successfully controlled a flight event! His journey to his Level 2 certification is under way! Read the details here.
CD and Gheem @ “Mission Control”
Jesse’s Level ...
Welcome to episode 6.96!
We are joined by the University of Akron's "Akronauts" rocketry team!
We were joined by the following team members:
Team President - Emily Armbrust
Chief Engineer - Blake Bowser
Former Team President - Mattew Stanko
Treasurer - Olivia Renkel
Former Chief Engineer - Mattew Reppa
Project Manager - Jon Davis
The team formed in 2014, and have been involved in a number of national STEM focused rocket...
Welcome to Episode 6.95!
Gary Rosenfield joins us to talk about new high power rocket offerings from Aerotech, and to talk to us about high power rocketry as well.
He talks about Hamster Dance competition that he has been into lately, and if you're looking for more information on that event, you can look here:
And at their new Facebook Group called Hamster Dance Fl...
Welcome to episode 94 of The Rocketry Show
We’ve been on a roll with great guest interviews lately. The team take a quick break from that this episode to focus more on the results of a few rocketry projects they’ve been working on!
Jesse has been ‘fiberglassing’ a new kit, and building more rockets, but more importantly, recently launched his LOC Precision “Big Nuke”. He tells us all about those, and more!
Jesse’s Big Nuke laun...
Matt Steele joins the show to kick start the first of at least a couple episodes on staging techniques for Model Rockets.
Mr. Steele is a longtime rocketeer, owner of North Coast Rocketry, and is a Professional Rocket Scientist!
We first define ground rules you can follow to ensure the best probability for success. Rules adapted from professional Rocket Engineering Sciences. We think this will help hobby rocketeers a lot. The meth...
Scott Binder joins us to to talk about things at FusionRocket.Biz, and -more importantly- hangs with The Rocketry Show team to talk model rocket stories, and fun memories.
Later, CG, Gheem, and Jesse talk shop on the projects they are working on!
Pushing the boundaries for student STEM programs, ARLISS is a unique rocketry program where members of the Level 3 High Power Rocket community team up with scientists worldwide along with several student organizations to allow them to design "soda can sized" payloads to launch to near space. These payloads are typically small electronic instrumentation packages designed to carry out whatever scientific experiments the stud...
In this episode: CG and Tripoli Northern Ohio http://northernohiotra.com Prefect Chris Pearson discus high power rocketry safety tips to use during prepartion phases before launch. This advice encompasses all of the recent Tripoli recommendations as well.
We get some interesting thoughts & design modifications from a listener on CG's centrifuge tube ejection charges.
CG and Gheem take their first peak at Rocksim 10! https:/...
As you move into high power rocketry, one of the first things you will deal with will relate to dual deployment & the electronics around it.
We talk about it, and pass along some general advice along with our personal experiences.
Also in this episode: