Tim Doll's Mercury Redstone lifts off.
A Madcow Rocketry Batray.
The motor mount from a pyramid rocket with the motor (which blew out its forward closure) still burning as it descends.
Tim Doll's Soyuz.
The knot on this rocket's recovery harness failed, leaving the airframe to flat-spin to the ground.
When it hit, the airframe embedded a fin in the ground. There was no damage, and the rocket flew again later in the day.
Tim Doll's plunger rocket lifts off.
Near burnout, the plunger did a little skywriting.
An Estes Renegade lifting off.
Recovery of the Renegade.
An Art Applewhite X-Fire (pronounced "cross fire") lifting off on two E18s. In this photo, one motor has already broken free of the airframe, as has one wing.
In this photo the separated wing of the X-Fire is still visible. Both the lone motor and the rest of the rocket have left the frame.
The Renegade flies again.
A test flight of a FITS night launch rocket.
Yet another flight of the Renegade.
Liftoff of Tim Doll's Saturn V.
A Madcow Rocketry ARCAS lifts off on a Level One certification flight.
The ARCAS recovered for a successful cert.