[NRVR-Members] MEMBERS/STUDENTS Fall Afternoon/Night Launch THIS WEEKEND

Biggame338 biggame338 at aol.com
Mon Nov 16 15:54:16 CST 2020

Hey Tom,

I have a question. I was planning on flying my LOC cool spool with glow sticks on a G75M at the night launch. I just saw that I have to fly it in the same configuration during the day first. I only have one motor. So my question is, can I not fly it at the night launch since I won't be able to fly it twice?


On Monday, November 16, 2020 Thomas Tweeks Weeks <nrvr-members at server2.nrvr.org> wrote:

Hey Fellow Flyers!


So Bob and I have been working with VT and the board to get this launch "off the ground", and we have approval.. however  this is NOT a public launch (please don't forward this to or bring friends/room mates, etc).  


We are advertising this to members & students only.


In a nut shell.. the day launch is from 11am - 5pm.. and the night launch is from 6pm-9pm.


The day launch is commercial (no-research) high power. Pre-flight data capture form be sent to us (before Saturday) for any L/M flights, flights >6k ft, or any complex/exotic, new-flyer or student flights.


The night launch is low/medium power only (up through medium G motors and <3.3lbs loaded rockets). All night launch flights must be RSO'd and safely flown (in an identical config) during the day launch.. and each night rocket must have an on board light source. See all specific night flight reqs here: http://server2.nrvr.org/files/NRVR_Night_Launch_Operations.pdf 


As always, the launches are fully detailed on the NRVR calendar: http://nrvr.org/calendar/


Any questions?



Are you ready to fly?!



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