"Golden Eagle" lifts off on an L935 Imax.
Safe recovery of the Sensor.
My "Golden Eagle", a 3" Wildman which will more closely resemble its name if I ever paint it, lifts off on a J430 White Thunder for its maiden flight.
Recovery of the Golden Eagle under a 60" Fruity Chutes Iris Ultra.
After a puff of smoke from the apogee event, I lost visual contact with Golden Eagle. About two and a half minutes later, we heard the report from the main's deployment charge, and I spotted the rocket just before it landed. The GPS coordinates of the landing site put it roughly a mile northeast of the launch pad.
A successful Jr. Level One certification flight.
The Golden Eagle reached an altitude of 13,747', hitting a top speed of approximately Mach 1.17 along the way. The flight was about 1,800' higher than RockSIM predicted, and a rather terrifying 253' away from the waiver.
An Estes Ventris on a G40.
I'm rather surprised I managed to catch this liftoff. A Wildman Blackhawk 24 on a Cesaroni F79.
Sometimes it pays to fly smaller, easier-to-light motors.
My Madcow Little John is first off the pad in a drag race with a Binder FITS Flyer flown by my father, Luke Carpenter. Both rockets are flying on Mojave Green motors: the Little John on an H250, and the FITS Flyer on an I245.
Recovery of the Gizmo XL.
Andy Barwick's Gizmo XL on a K-impulse Cesaroni Blue Streak right as the lighting turned bad.
Bob Yanecek's minimum diameter 38mm design on an H242.
A safe recovery for a successful L2.
A level two certification flight on a J500 Mojave Green.
My Madcow Rocketry 4" Little John on an H180 White Lightning.
Luke Carpenter's Binder Design FITS Flyer on an I218 Redline.
An LOC Mini Magg on an H178 Dark Matter.
Andy Barwick's Talon 3 on a J340 Metalstorm.
My Dyna-Star Stonebreaker on an E9 was WAC's first Mansfield flight of 2013.