The Rocketry Show Podcast

July 2020 Workshop Episode

Welcome to episode 94 of The Rocketry Show We’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 […]

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Matt Steele on Rocket Staging (Part 1)

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 […]

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Scott Binder of SBR Fusion Rocket

Scott Binder joins us to to talk about things at FusionRocket.Biz, and -more importantly- hangs with The Rocketry Show team to talk model rocket stories, and fun memories. 🙂             […]

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Dave Barber and Jason Turicik of LOC Precision

Welcome to Episode 91! Dave Barber and Jason Turicik  join us to talk rockets, and about the latest going on at LOC Precision, a sponsor of the show! Also, CG talks about the latest with […]

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Ken Biba and ARLISS

  Pushing the boundaries for student STEM programs, ARLISS is a unique rocketry program where members of the Level 3 High Power Rocket community team up with scientists worldwide along with several student organizations to […]

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Listener feedback, High Power Rocket safety, and Rocksim 10

In this episode: CG and Tripoli Northern Ohio http://northernohiotra.com Prefect Chris Pearson discus high power rocketry safety tips to use during prepartion phases before launch. This advice encompasses all of the recent Tripoli recommendations as […]

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FlisKits Tres – A Challenging Build Part 3

Click here to go to the beginning of the build.Once I had the motor mount installed in the FlisKits Tres, it looked pretty good and felt nice and solid. But there were small gaps between the motor tubes and the main BT-60 body tube. I suspect this may … […]

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FlisKits Tres – A Challenging Build Part 2

Click here for Part 1.The three-motor cluster mount of the FlisKits Tres is canted, which means that, rather than pointing straight up through the rocket’s body tube, the engine tubes stick out at an angle. Because of this cant, the tubes have to protr… […]