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2018 Alien Experience

Opening Session or the 2018 Alien Experiance

On April 6th Kansas 4-H in conjunction with the Kansas Cosmosphere held an Alien Experience. For those that attended the experience you can access the gallery of pictures from the event at http://kansasspacetech.com/gallery. To access the pictures please use the contact page and in the comments page request an account for the gallery. If you …

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Choosing Your First Rocket

Congratulations on participating in the 4-H Rocketry project. In this blog post I want to provide you with some tips on picking out a rocket for the county fair. These tips apply to most counties in Kansas but possibly not all.  These tips will also help you if you are eligible to take your rocket …

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National Association of Rocketry High Power Rocket Safety Code (Aug 2012)

This is a copy of the NAR High Power Rocket Safety Code and is only listed here for referance. The original document can be found at http://www.nar.org/safety-information/high-power-rocket-safety-code/ Please refer to this link for the most up to date version of the High Power Rocket Safety Code. High Power Rocket Safety Code Effective August 2012 Certification. I …

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National Association of Rocketry Model Rocketry Safety Code (Aug 2012)

This is a copy of the NAR Model Rocket Safety Code and is only listed here for referance. The original document can be found at http://www.nar.org/safety-information/model-rocket-safety-code/ Please refer to this link for the most up to date version of the Model Rocket Safety Code. Model Rocket Safety Code Effective August 2012 Materials. I will use only …

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Rocketry Crib Sheet (Finding height & other math)

This is a quick crib sheet to help you as you build model rockets. There is much more to be found on the Internet. If you find a helpful link please share it in the comments section below. To Convert Inches (in) to Centimeters (cm):       (in) * 2.54 = (cm’s) Example: 5 in * 2.54 …

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