Skybusters, NAR #535

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NAR


SST-107

9*11

Club Pictures


Launch Pictures for September 19, 2004 (Choose gallery)
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Picture credit: Chuck Delaney


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Picture credit: Jonathan Farr


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CC Express with booster still attached.

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Picture credit: Jonathan Farr


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An exciting flight!

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Picture credit: Jonathan Farr


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Martin Dorociak's dual HyperTEK motor rocket on display for the Cub Scouts.

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Picture credit: Jonathan Farr


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Maiden flight of Scott Graham's Estes Eliminator did not go exactly as planned. Thank you to Mark Coburn for some replacement tubes to make repairs. (Nylon parachute from Deby at Recovery Technologies!)

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Picture credit: Sandra Graham


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One of the many Cub Scouts that launched pushing the button.

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Picture credit: Scott Graham


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Young rocketeers from Olmsted Falls Cub Scout Pack 102, Den 9.

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Picture credit: Scott Graham


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The Scouts were impressed with Marty Dorociak's hybrid rocket.

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Picture credit: Scott Graham


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Mike Katz after he earned a "beverage" for finding Scott Graham's wayward Blue Ninja in the corn field.

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