We are GO FOR LAUNCH on Saturday from 1 to 3:30 at the Warner Farm field.
Temps in the low 70s, winds expected to be low, partly cloudy. All-in-all, it ought to be an amazing day for a July launch. (Typically July is the hottest month, usually with temps in the 90’s.)
See you there and Keep the Pointy End Up!
Saturday the 25th from 1 to 3:30PM… rain date is Sunday, same time.
July and August are typically the least windy launches of the year…. finish up those high-flyers and bring’em. Maybe the winds will cooperate!
Fellow Rocketeers, We are GO FOR LAUNCH on Saturday June 20th from 1 to 3:30PM at the Warner Farm Field.
Winds looks to be low (under 10mph) and skies clear. The temps will be in the low 80s, so bring water.
See you there & Keep the Pointy End Up!
Mark your calendars! Build your Rockets! Get ready to send those graduates to the moon!
Just kidding! Flying recent graduates at a NAR launch is most definitely against the rules. ;)
See you on June 20th, 1 to 3:30PM, weather permitting. Be sure to check back here on Friday afternoon (June 19th) for a weather update.
We are GO FOR LAUNCH Saturday May 30th from 1 to 3:30PM.
- Skies will be partly cloudy, winds high-ish (about 13mph), temps low 80s.
- Make sure you have spill-holes cut in your ‘chutes.
- Bring water and be aware it is tick season.
See you there!
Saturday’s launch was cold and windy. By about 2:30 we’d launched all the rockets we wanted. Prompted by the cold, we decided to wrap up early. (Apologies to whose who arrive after 2:30. We do not normally do not end this early. Sometimes we even run to 4PM if there is sufficient interest.)
That said, Eric got some GREAT up-close footage of several launches and, thanks to his hi-speed iPhone 6 was able to play it back slow-motion. Video can be found here: https://youtu.be/kdtUEv9SG3I
Next launch: May 30th! See you there!
Update: we’re here, but wrapping up at 2:30. Next month: may 30!
We are GO FOR LAUNCH on Saturday April 25th, 1PM to 3:30PM!
The temps will be in the 50’s, skies partly cloudy, but the winds will he high-ish: 10-15mph from the northwest. Make sure you cut spill holes in your ‘chutes. If you launch anything high ( eg. ‘C’ or ‘D’ impulse), best to have streamer recovery.
See you all there!