Fellow Rocketeers, The weather for Saturday is showing strong indications that we’d have to contend with thunderstorms in the afternoon – pretty much right in the middle of our launch window. And let’s face it, 1 Billion Volts of Lightning vs Baby Bertha Rocket would not, quite frankly, end well for the rocket, or anyone in the vicinity for that matter. Discretion being the better part of Valor, we’ll move the launch to Sunday (1 to 3:30PM).
Winds on Sunday should be very low, so high flying is a fine idea. Bring water & sunscreen. We should have a Pop-Up or two for shade (Eric? Dave?).
Hope to see you all there…. Keep the Pointy End Up!
…with Alan Sheppard pictures and Music By Mele’uhane (courtesy of Maria Manion)
We are GO FOR LAUNCH June 2nd from 1 to 3:30. The winds will be medium (about 10mph) and the temperatures in the mid to upper 70s. Skies will be cloudy, but clearing during the launch. Weather is not usually this kind – Carpe Diem!
See you all there….. 🙂
The next 3 scheduled launches are:
- June 2nd
- July 14 (BLAST-ille Day?)
- August 11th
As usual, if the day falls upon poor weather, we’ll try for the following day (Sunday).
Please check back before the launch dates as schedule may changes.
Courtesy of Garrett Cassidy:
We are GO FOR LAUNCH Saturday May 5th from 1 to 3:30PM at the Warner Farm Field.
The temps will be in the upper 60’s and winds about 10-15mph. It is a good idea to cut out the spill holes in your parachutes.
See you there!
Just a brief reminder that we have a launch this SATURDAY from 1 to 3:30PM.
I will post a GO or NOGO about lunch time on Friday. (If it’s a NOGO, I’ll repost a GO or NOGO for Sunday sometime on Saturday.)
As of right now, it looks to be a gorgeous day with high 60’s to low 70’s temps. Winds will be about 10mph.
Directions are HERE
. See you there!