The Aerospace Specialty Products has some cool history maker rocket series:
History about Sandia
This brings back good memories:
The FAA approved of our waiver and the dates are the following:
March 24th 9 am-noon
April 28th 9am to noon
May 26th 9 am to noon
June 23rd 9 am to noon
July 28th 9am to noon
August 25th 9am to noon
September 22nd 9am to noon
October 27th 9am to noon
November 24th 9am to noon
December 22nd 9am to noon
Joe Barnard gave a great presentation this year at NARCON 2018:
It was a historical day on February 6th, 2018 when the biggest rocket since 1973 was lofted up into space with 5.5 million pounds of thrust. The two side boosters worked perfectly and landed back on land. The center main booster did have an anomaly and unfortunately landed in the ocean just about 100 yards short of the barge. Starman is now on its way to orbit the sun for a billion years if all goes as planned.
The little speck to the left of the Tesla Roadster is our Moon.
In the 90s, Greg Warren began a program called the SEP program. It was a great idea and I would like to continue what he started here in the Columbia Gorge Area. I was able to get in touch with him in order to get his approval. He was gracious enough to send me a lot of historical data and was excited to know that someone like me wanted to continue to support what he had begun years ago.
I have updated his introduction manual with my mailing address so if you are interested, please let me know: