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Hello my lovelies. I hope you’re all enjoying a fabulous weekend. The warm sunshine and gentle breezes have been just wonderful in my little corner of the northeast of England. 373 more words

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Integrated avionics bays

My Level 3 rocket has three segments (a booster and two parachute bays), so it also needs two couplers to mate all the segments.  For this, I used a pair of standard LOC 5.38″ cardboard couplers, which are 11 inches in length.   779 more words

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Hello my lovelies. I hope you’ve all had a brilliant day. The sun has been shining here in my little corner of the northeast of England. 413 more words

Lucie The Happy Quilter

A conceptual look at Project Yellow Jacket

A long time ago, I set off to work on a rocket worthy of attempting a Level 3 High Power Rocketry certification.  In an effort to document this project, I’ve been posting pictures and haphazard build logs for various subsystems of this rocket.   386 more words

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Roche Harbor Bunk Beds 1&2

Painted Poplar

San Juan Island, WA


made for Kylee Shintaffer/Design

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Even More Progress on The Front Entry

Wahoo! I love progress! We are still working on the front entry, but fortunately this round we were able to hire some people to help. 286 more words


A look under the hood of a nose cone payload fairing

For my Level 3 project, I bought a 5.38″ Karman nose cone.  It is a filament-wound fiberglass (with a black pigment–it’s not carbon fiber) nosecone with a machined aluminum tip.   514 more words

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