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Re: Altitude Records Online

Postby Rockoon » Tue Nov 03, 2015 10:41 am

Rockoon wrote:
Rockoon wrote:WoW!!
Jase I got ya listed on both launches. This is great reporting and wiill do just fine.

And let me know if you want me to Post any more of your Rocs, in the past or going forward.

Thanks Jase
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Re: Altitude Records Online

Postby Rockoon » Tue Nov 03, 2015 10:52 am

jase wrote:Yes mate, at Serpentine :D


lol
Didn't realize you sent me flight log files too.
will be Posting them shortly.
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Re: Altitude Records Online

Postby drew » Thu Nov 05, 2015 5:17 pm

Hi Rockoon. As mentioned last week, here's a couple flights for you. Both took place at Westmar in Queensland in March at Thunda Down Under 2015.

First up was my 38s flight on a J510.

Here's the TeleGPS summary.

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The rocket before heading to Queensland.
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In the tower.
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Lift off.
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Still going.
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Google Earth track.
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Let me know if you're keen on some flight data and I'll send you the relevant output from the TeleGPS and Raven.

Second rocket I'd like you to consider listing is my 75er mk II rocket which flew on a CTI M2250.

Here's a build and flight thread that contains some flight data and video.
http://www.ausrocketry.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=4901

And here's the Raven summary.
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I didn't have GPS logged but you can hear me calling it in the video embedded in the thread listed above. I think the Raven under reported the max altitude. As I don't have data confirming the max GPS altitude baro will have to do. Let me know if you'd like any further info.
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Re: Altitude Records Online

Postby Rockoon » Fri Nov 06, 2015 10:45 am

What a flight Drew!
There's nothing better, seriously :shock: . You have gotta feel great about this effort.
Well, let's start your Altitude record listing. We'll see if I can piece the info you've provided together on my site and will be there in 1/2 hour or so.
My question to you is this:
What is the elevation at launch? I'm listing everything in AGL and would like to work off your 25,492' readout in your video. If you aren't comfortable with the lower AGL, maybe this would give you the height to list. It's your call what one you want me to use though. Any idea the elevation?
Highest Ausie Roc so ever. What a bullet!

Are you able to fill out the claim for below so I don't screw it up.
http://www.mts.net/~rns/rocketry/misc/Record%20Submission%20Form%20-%20Single%20Motor.htm

P.S. Yes please send me your Westmar Data too. There's no Ausie ROC listed there yet.
Let me know
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Re: Altitude Records Online

Postby SpaceManMat » Fri Nov 06, 2015 10:53 am

Rockoon wrote:Highest Ausie Roc so ever.


Um you should probably look at some of Nics flights actually
QRS: 124
AMRS: 32 L2 RSO
Highest Altitude: 13,647 feet
Fastest Flight: Mach 1.55
Largest Motor: CTI 1115J530 IM
Current Project: X Wing

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Re: Altitude Records Online

Postby Rockoon » Fri Nov 06, 2015 11:07 am

SpaceManMat wrote:
Rockoon wrote:Highest Ausie Roc so ever.


Um you should probably look at some of Nics flights actually


Hey, can you link me up where it is. I'm like a one arm paper hanger these days.
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Re: Altitude Records Online

Postby Rockoon » Fri Nov 06, 2015 11:09 am

SpaceManMat wrote:
Rockoon wrote:Highest Ausie Roc so ever.


Um you should probably look at some of Nics flights actually

and hey if you have some date on that 10k flight you did, please throw me that one if you'd like.
http://www.mts.net/~rns/rocketry/misc/Record%20Submission%20Form%20-%20Single%20Motor.htm

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Re: Altitude Records Online

Postby SpaceManMat » Fri Nov 06, 2015 11:30 am

QRS: 124
AMRS: 32 L2 RSO
Highest Altitude: 13,647 feet
Fastest Flight: Mach 1.55
Largest Motor: CTI 1115J530 IM
Current Project: X Wing

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Re: Altitude Records Online

Postby SpaceManMat » Fri Nov 06, 2015 11:39 am

viewtopic.php?f=10&t=3659&hilit=Mad+max&start=180

Both of Nics flights are TRA records
QRS: 124
AMRS: 32 L2 RSO
Highest Altitude: 13,647 feet
Fastest Flight: Mach 1.55
Largest Motor: CTI 1115J530 IM
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Re: Altitude Records Online

Postby Rockoon » Fri Nov 06, 2015 12:19 pm

Thanks SpaceManMat for that link/info.
I didn't have Nic's O3400 (obviously). Although I did have his N record, but after your link just now, I tweaked it a little more to the Youtube launch Video.

Feel free to send me anything more that's missing. I want to have these lists as good as possible.
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Re: Altitude Records Online

Postby SpaceManMat » Fri Nov 06, 2015 12:41 pm

Rockoon wrote:
SpaceManMat wrote:
Rockoon wrote:Highest Ausie Roc so ever.


Um you should probably look at some of Nics flights actually

and hey if you have some date on that 10k flight you did, please throw me that one if you'd like.
http://www.mts.net/~rns/rocketry/misc/Record%20Submission%20Form%20-%20Single%20Motor.htm

:D
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My 10k flight?
viewtopic.php?p=57407#p57407
QRS: 124
AMRS: 32 L2 RSO
Highest Altitude: 13,647 feet
Fastest Flight: Mach 1.55
Largest Motor: CTI 1115J530 IM
Current Project: X Wing

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Re: Altitude Records Online

Postby Rockoon » Sun Apr 24, 2016 8:19 pm

Well looks like my Rocketry Records FTP Site has been removed from my email service. I guess their cost-cutting perk cannot be utilized anymore, so I have to deviously relink it somewhere else.
If anyone on this Forum wants a link to the most current lists, just send me your email and I'll hook you up.

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Re: Altitude Records Online

Postby citizenspace » Mon Apr 25, 2016 9:21 pm

Rockoon wrote:Well looks like my Rocketry Records FTP Site has been removed from my email service. I guess their cost-cutting perk cannot be utilized anymore, so I have to deviously relink it somewhere else.
If anyone on this Forum wants a link to the most current lists, just send me your email and I'll hook you up.

Rockoon


Hey Rockoon,

I happen to have some web development skills - if you can give me the list, I'll make a website for it and put it up on the inter webs, if you want? I'll obviously accredit you for the list. I think that would be a good idea?
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