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Outreach Opportunities / Gorham Library report.
« on: August 02, 2018, 09:01:30 PM »
Gorham Library show and tell

On Tuesday July 17th the Upstate research rocketry group was the host display for the Gorham Library summer program. The display was from 6:00pm 7:45pm. This included a tracker display and about 30 rockets of different shapes and sizes. Riley Keller, DonnaJo Elling and Greg Elling also had a discussion about how to make the perfect epoxy fillet on a fiberglass rocket. Although attendance was low at the library it gave us time to get together and learn from each other.

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This is a Boy Scout of America membership drive. we have been invited to have a display, possibly help with building, a launch if the weather is good, Promote U.R.R.G.   the more people that sign up means the more things we can help them with.  Elmira is only 1 hr and 15 min from our field. talk about getting more family's involved.

please contact Greg Elling if you can help. 607-869-9658.

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Outreach Opportunities / Friday September 23rd. Universety of Buffalo
« on: September 01, 2016, 10:12:00 PM »
We have been invited to come to the University of Buffalo to promote U.R.R.G. and Rocketry. This is the last day of there space week and there will be professors, students and passably 9 - 12 grade students as well.  plans are still in the makings and I would love to commute with s few members and some big rockets and displays as well.  more information to come as plans made.

Contact Greg Elling if you can come.  607-869-9658.

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Low and Mid Power / Astroid hunter build,
« on: February 13, 2016, 09:30:49 PM »
Asteroid Hunter is an Estes level 5 build of a space ship with heavy armament and powerful guns for destroying 'Asteroid's ".

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Photo & Video Gallery / this is the Estes Black Star Voyager Lvl 5.
« on: November 14, 2015, 05:54:31 PM »
Last year my son gave this Estes Black Star Voyager to me for Christmas. getting the angle on the fin clusters is a bit of a trick, and I am glad I had a lot of time to build it over the winter months. The first flight was on April 25th 2015 on a D12-3, I am ready to toss an E or F into this one.
I would love to see some one do an upscale on this one.

Greg

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