*Theam Basrockets* 1,5L waterrocket record 101M or 331Feet!

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*Theam Basrockets* 1,5L waterrocket record 101M or 331Feet!

Post by basrockets » Fri May 27, 2011 7:49 am

hi guys,

This is my record with a singel 1,5L water rocket.

Here is the video : [youtube][/youtube]

This flight was with a onboard camera but the camera fell in the payload :(

So the camera only the filmed the inside of the payload.

I am now working to build a large high pressure water rocket, l so keep an eye on my youtube channel : http://www.youtube.com/user/Basrockets

Greet Basrockets ( bastiaan)



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Re: *Theam Basrockets* 1,5L waterrocket record 101M or 331Fe

Post by basrockets » Fri May 27, 2011 7:51 am

basrockets wrote:hi guys,

This is my record with a singel 1,5L water rocket.

Here is the video : [ytubehd][/ytubehd]

This flight was with a onboard camera but the camera fell in the payload :(

So the camera only the filmed the inside of the payload.

I am now working to build a large high pressure water rocket, l so keep an eye on my youtube channel : http://www.youtube.com/user/Basrockets

Greet Basrockets ( bastiaan)



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Re: *Theam Basrockets* 1,5L waterrocket record 101M or 331Fe

Post by U.S. Water Rockets1 » Sat May 28, 2011 10:08 pm

basrockets wrote:hi guys,

This is my record with a singel 1,5L water rocket.

Here is the video : [youtube][/youtube]

This flight was with a onboard camera but the camera fell in the payload :(

So the camera only the filmed the inside of the payload.

I am now working to build a large high pressure water rocket, l so keep an eye on my youtube channel : http://www.youtube.com/user/Basrockets

Greet Basrockets ( bastiaan)

331 feet is really impressive for such a small volume rocket. You've done very well. Hopefully the camera will stay put for the next flights!


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