I’m making a note here: HUGE SUCCESS.GLaDOS, Portal
Today, I succeeded not only in testing … Read More
The first successful test of MM-38.
And it only took 2 years.
Another year, another compilation
It’s that time of year again, and since I started this tradition two years ago, I feel obligated to deliver the third yearly rocketry compilation.
I am not as proud of the editing in this one as I was of … Read More
A field report of R-14, which produced more than 1.5 kilograms (!!) of force, and was recorded in 4K from a drone!
The test results from R-13, which is the second rocket to break the 1kg barrier, and which set a personal record in strength!
A report detailing the test of R-12, and why it went so differently than planned.
A report of the first (failed) attempt to test MM-38
Featuring rain and horses
It must be a Tuesday, I never got the hang of TuesdaysArthur Dent, The hitchhikers guide to the galaxy
On this particular Tuesday, no experiment took place
But this is not for a lack of effort
Problems began before … Read More
The 20 times as strong Static Test Stand eXtra Large specifically designed to test MM-38
The 10’th rocket test after rocket 0, the 5th casing 2.0 iteration, also being the first to not suffer from miscellaneous structural failure
A program I wrote to calculate impulse from STTS readings (with download and detailed explanations of the math behind it)
Development and testing of exploratory parachute systems, also known as me chucking stuff from a balcony
What goes up must come downGravity
Making something go down is quite easy, you just let it go from some height and it will swiftly hit the ground
Making something go down slowly however is quite a challenge
To … Read More
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