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A full listing of all of Air Command flight day reports, including photos, videos and experiment results.
A set of articles that describe in detail how various principles or rocket mechanisms work. Includes things like drop away boosters, staging mechanism designs and parachute deployment.
A set of articles containing various rocket related electronic designs. This includes parachute deployment electronic timers and flight computers.
A list of all the major rocket project build logs from Air Command. Each build log contains detailed information and photos about how each rocket was built, tested and flown.
A detailed specification list of all Air Command water rockets built over the years. Includes dimensions, weights, pressures used and all the variants built of each rocket.
Includes latest launch schedule
24th January 2019 - Released Part 9 of the Horizon Project. - Launcher Electronics.
19th December 2018 - Day 201 update that includes the Shock Cord Release Mechanism.
1st December 2018 - Day 201 update - We explain how flour rockets work.
22nd June 2018 - Horizon Part #4 video has been uploaded.
19th June 2018 - Updating website to make it more mobile friendly. We will update the majority of pages to the new format over the coming months. Please let us know if you have any issues with this format.
14th May 2018 - New personal altitude record of 2,016 feet was set at Mullaley NSW.
5th September 2017 -
Polaron G3 rocket and drone mods. On day 190 we attach a GoPro to the Phantom 3 for slow motion aerial video,
16th August 2017 -
Skittles in Microgravity, We fly a bunch of skittles in a rocket and see what happens when they are left to
20th April 2017 -
Light Shadow Level 1 HPR Certification Attempt. We fly Light Shadow a couple of times on H motors for our Level
1 HPR certification.
11th April 2017 -
Liquids in near-Zero G. We look at what happens to liquids during flight, and what we can learn from that.
28th March 2017 - Highlights from day 184 flying the Axion G6 rocket. Also we have a close look at a rocket made by Francois Herzig.