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KCAR Launch Report: May 10th, 2002 Sport Launch

Launch date and time: May 10th, 2002, 10:00 AM.
Launch location: Shawnee Mission Park, Shawnee, KS.

Weather: Overcast with light rain.

Total impulse expended: 164.45 N-s, like a partial H motor. There was one clustered flight (#9). and no multi-stage flights. There were 4 rocketeers.

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Launch Flyer’s Name Rocket Name Motor(s) Notes
1 Larry Zeilmann Skywinder C6-3
2 Dan Kirk Party Hat MicroMaxx
3 Emmanuel Camburako Marauder C6-3
4 Larry Zeilmann AIM-9 A8-3
5 Dan Kirk Streak 1/2A3-4T
6 Larry Zeilmann AIM-9 B6-4
7 Dan Kirk Aston Space Plane A8-3
8 Dan Kirk Streak A3-4T
9 Emmanuel Camburako Oatlander C6-5 x3 Only two ignited
10 Dan Kirk Goldie B6-4
11 Emmanuel Camburako Oatlander D12-3 World Champ Aerobatics
12 Larry Zeilmann Skywinder C6-3
13 Larry Zeilmann Prowler C11-3 Perfect motor for this rocket.
14 Emmanuel Camburako Marauder C6-5
15 Larry Zeilmann Prowler C11-3
16 Larry Zeilmann Prowler C11-3
17 Emmanuel Camburako Marauder C6-5
18 Larry Zeilmann Purple Passion B6-4
19 Dan Kirk Goldie A8-3
20 Dan Kirk Goldie B6-4 Lost in a tree.
21 T. Jeffries HB D12-3 Lost in a tree.

Total engines by class:
Type Qty. Notes
MM 1
1/4A 0
1/2A 1
A 4
B 4
C 11 Three in one cluster.
D 2
E 0
F 0
G 0

Rockets making multiple flights:
Flights Rocket Rocketeer
Marauder Emmanuel Camburako
Goldie Dan Kirk
Prowler Larry Zeilmann
Oatlander Emmanuel Camburako
Streak Dan Kirk
Skywinder Larry Zeilmann

Number of flights per rocketeer:
Flights Rocketeer(s)
Larry Zeilmann
Dan Kirk
Emmanuel Camburako
T Jeffries

Submitted by Emmanuel Camburako.

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