Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Why people visited this page today

High power rocketry - 88
Milky way time lapse - 19
High power rocket - 13
Explosion - 12
Q motor - 11
Elektro-l - 10
Project 463 - 8
Vladimir petrovich demikhov - 8
Notsnik - 7
Sr-71 - 7

Right on readers! It is early in the morning, but already things are rolling with some great searches here. I can only tell what the readers want to see from these stats, because no one ever comments. If you are brave enough, leave a comment if you like something and want to see more of the same.

Just going to google and typing in "Explosion" is a pretty fun thing to do. Explosions are almost always good, as we know. It is nice to see that so many people are interested in Project 463 (now more than a decade old.) Obviously there are only a few hits once you search for this giant but fairly obscure rocket from Balls 005. (Boy if I could have been at Black Rock for those early Balls launches...) Here are two images of this incredible two-stage rocket. In a time of great weakness (and poverty) I sold all of my VHS rocketry videos. Part of the reason was that I no longer had a VCR, but also I expected all of these videos to wind up online. Anyway the construction behind this rocket was very interesting to see. At the time, it was by far the largest hobby rocket ever flown.


Arjan said...

Greetings from 'no-one' ;)

R2K said...

You are very much someone!