Skybusters, NAR #535

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NAR


SST-107

9*11

Club Pictures


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Pat Easter's rocket collection.
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Picture credit: Glenn Barnas


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Mike Jenkins' beer bottle rocket.

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Steve Gerber's tent and rockets.

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Martin Dorociak's GemiNOS cluster HyperTEK is set onto the rail at the away cell by Ivan Galish, Mike Dutch, Jim Mullane, Chris Pearson and MLD.
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Close-up of X-Rockets cluster'd drop-down head with 2 tie straps per motor (twin K-240's) and silicone hose over the ignition wires.
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After two years of development, the cluster project is ready to fly. Now it's time for the video interview!
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