Hi from Limburg (Netherlands)

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Hi from Limburg (Netherlands)

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Hi,

Seems that me and my son have a new hobby :).

We just finished our gardena launcher pad. To test we created two rockets from 2 liter Freeway bottles.

The first one does not include any recovery system, just lawndarting. However no stable flight until now. Will try to add som nose weight the coming days.

Our other one is also a 2 liter rocket with a tomy timer chute release mechanism. The chute is made from a plastic garbage bag. Some succesful flights. The last flight failed due to a tangled chute rope (any idea's?)

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Re: Hi from Limburg (Netherlands)

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:W
you may just may need to work on folding your parachute.
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janssene wrote:Hi,

Seems that me and my son have a new hobby :).
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Hi,

welcom, i am to from limburg.
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