Sapce News Apollo 11 Special:
Something fun from NAR:
I found this great and inexpensive software program that is great for inventorying and keeping track of your rocket flights. Once I started using it to enter and save the photos of the rocket projects I have built recently it made me realize how much of a rocket addict I am. I have inventoried 65 rockets so far and have many, many more to go. It is also good for recording good flights and not so good flights. It helps to keep a record of which rocket motors helped your rocket perform well as compared to others. You can also add a parts list for the item created.
Please take a look at it and give it a try:
If anyone wants to check out a NAR Convention, they definitely should. They are well worth the time and travel.
Here is a link to some historical rocket projects that would be good to make scale models of:
Here is a resource for making your own kits from plans with the Open Rocket software or the Apogee RocSim software:
Dan Peirce built a nice model of the AMRAAM rocket and it lifted up perfectly: