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Welcome to Episode 114 of The Rocketry Show!In this Episode, we'll be talking about The Hot Nozzle Summer 2021 event with Jenna Kay Foertsch!Jenna Kay Foertsch with her HotNozzleSummer staff shirt and Tee.On July 23rd of this year at the FAR launch site in the desert of California, Tim Dodd, AKA The everyday Astronaut, stomped his foot down on an a…
 
Welcome to Season 7, Episode 113!In this episode:Jesse joins us with his interviews & wrap-up reporting of NSL 2021 and LDRS.He managed to get some interviews from NSL as well!Gheem was on vacation during this production, and CG talks about what to expect the next few weeks while The Rocketry Show is in "summertime rocket season" mode. Matt Abbey, …
 
Today we will talk about the importance of straight fins and tips on how to get your fins straight! Thank you for listening! Links: Contact me: https://realmrocketry.wixsite.com/realmrocketry/contact My website: https://realmrocketry.wixsite.com/realmrocketry Listen to my no longer available episodes: https://kit.co/tvhhcf/realm-rocketry-episodes E…
 
While CG, Gheem, and Jesse regroup after a whirlwind production schedule the past few months, Daniel, the rocket N00b has been busy producing new shows for our sister show, The Model Rocket Show.We've posted the latest episode here as well as bonus content for The Rocketry Show listeners.The full show notes can be read at TheModelRocketShow.Com web…
 
Joe Hill joins the crew as we discus our rocketry projects, high power, rocketry music, and more!Joe enjoys makin' music too!Joe Hill: Ready for launch! CG and Joe discus the construction of CG's new avionics bay for Ares. The picture below shows the antenna (on the right), and the kevlar extension that keeps the metal bits away from the telemetry …
 
We start up this workshop talk episode with another member of the next generation of rocketeers, Xyla Foxlin.Xyla has a degree in Engineering, is an aircraft pilot, and loves partaking in any craft that involves building things.Gheem ran across her while looking at Joe Barnard's latest adventures at F.A.R (Friends of Amateur Rocketry) in the desert…
 
The Oklahoma State University rocket team “The Space Cowboys” join us to talk about their first place placement in the Argonia Cup contest. They talk about their rocket, the payload, and some of their greatest challenges in making it all happen.A member of the Space Cowboys prepping the glider for flight...Also Bob Brown joins us to talk about The …
 
The rocketry show gang gather to review their plans for the 2021 rocketry season, and we crack open the mailbag, and take a deep dive into some listener feedback.Loading new motors into Open Rocket tutorial:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsppUGQULJAJesse's unboxing video:https://youtu.be/KSWkG3HlrxUA picture of Gheem's project Some pictures of Jes…
 
Welcome to Episode 105 of The Rocketry Show!This time around, we are joined by Tim Van Milligan of Apogee Components! Tim hangs with us to talk about some new projects from Apogee, including some insights into the direction of RockSim!Tim Van Milligan and his X-15 rocket.We also find time to talk general rocket shop too!…
 
In Episode 104, we are joined by Toby Vanderbeek in our second workshop show in the new format!We talk rockets, and a little about what toby has done with his work on rocketry with his https://www.vander-burn.com Vander Burn-rocketry project.Vanderburn Estes Goblin fin upgrades. Listen to the episode to find out why!The gang talk about their favori…
 
Joe Barnard joins us to fill us in on his continuing adventures in thrust vector rocketry, including his latest twist: Landing under rocket thrust -- not parachutes!Joe Barnard and his "Scout E" RocketYou can dig deeper into his adventures by visiting his site, BPS.space.Also, Jesse talks about his home paint booth, and the gang talk about what the…
 
The University of Akron high power rocket team, The Akronauts traveled to the Friends of Amateur Rocketry (FAR) site for a two staged High Power rocket launch attempt.Unfortunately, they had issues with their second stage, and the flight did not go as planned. They share with us what they learned as of when we recorded this episode.Ryan Dippolito a…
 
The Rocketry Show gang try a slightly new format for the workshop shows. We are now inviting fellow rocketeers to the workshop to teach us some of their tips and tricks, and to just talk rockets.Our first guest is Andrew Kleinhenz, friend to both CG and Gheem, Andrew taught us many of the tricks we have built our rocketry tricks around. He with us,…
 
The entire Rocketry Show team gather for Episode 100 to look back on some of their fond memories, and talk about their projects, and more!Here is a brief "100 Episodes" scrapbook!Daniel, James Barrowman, and CG!Col. Rick SearfossSteve EvesThe n00b sanding fins during the show...Gleda Estes, Gheem, CG, and Vern EstesVirgin Islands TARC TeamGheem and…
 
We are pleased to have Cris Erving, founder of Eggtimer Rocketry with us on this episode!We discus the Eggtimer products, and also give lots of tips and tricks to help you figure out how to solder one together!Some pointers: ) If you're a beginner, use a 20 watt soldering pencil for best results. This one from Weller is a nice one:Weller soldering …
 
Welcome to episode 98 (TRS-6.98) of the rocketry show!John Thompson joins us to talk about the NAR Level 2 certification changes that are in effect as of November 2020The NAR and the Board of Trustees have been working diligently to support the update of the NAR level 2 testing. It has not been updated since 2012 and quite a lot has changed for the…
 
In this episode, CG talks about how his electronics developments have come along Specifically, what he learned from the first test flight of Mr. Bean (DEMO-1 mission), and the successfulCG and Mr. Beansecond launch (DEMO-2) where his code & flight computer successfully controlled a flight event! His journey to his Level 2 certification is underway!…
 
Welcome to episode 6.96!We are joined by the University of Akron's "Akronauts" rocket team!https://youtu.be/GdPte4BRgZUThe following team members met with us for this episode:Team President - Emily ArmbrustChief Engineer - Blake BowserTreasurer - Olivia RenkelFormer Chief Engineer - Mattew ReppaProject Manager - Jon DavisThe Akronauts formed in 201…
 
Welcome to Episode 6.95!Gary Rosenfield joins us to talk about new high power rocket offerings from Aerotech, and to talk to us about high power rocketry as well.Gary RosenfieldHe also talks about Hamster Dance competition that he has been into lately, and if you're looking for more information on that event, you can look here:http://www.rimworld.c…
 
Welcome to episode 94 of The Rocketry ShowWe’ve been on a roll with great guest interviews lately. The team take a quick break from that this episode to focus more on the results of a few rocketry projects they’ve been working on!Jesse has been ‘fiberglassing’ a new kit, and building more rockets, but more importantly, recently launched his LOC Pre…
 
Matt Steele joins the show to kick start the first of at least a couple episodes on staging techniques for Model Rockets.Mr. Steele is a longtime rocketeer, owner of North Coast Rocketry, and is a Professional Rocket Scientist!Our guest, Matt SteelWe first define ground rules you can follow to ensure the best probability for success. Rules adapted …
 
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