PHOTOS OF THE MONTH
Just a few of the members of the East
Anglian Rocket Society (EARS) flying in the U.K..
Barrett is the 2nd man on the left wearing the white ball cap. He is the one responsible for so many of the photos we share
with you every month.
Ian Lewis’ clustered Pringle rocket on 3
Love the blue flame!
Orange fire roasting the deflector!
was a slight rod whip...
... but it stuck a perfect 1 point landing!
Cluster! Ian Lewis' Janus Wide Body
on 2 x KLima D9-7 and 2 x Klima D9-P.
One of the D9-7 in the central tube blew out the tube, but it still flew on the remaining engines.
In this shot you can see one of the motors doesn't seem to be firing properly.
Ian's rocket kind
of reminds me of Randy's, Spaceman Spiff's, Rocket of Death!
Andy Mell's beautiful white rocket lifts off nicely just before tragedy strikes...
Looks like a warp core breach and they've ejected
Yea! It appears the capsule with crew intact
safely ejected and the chute is about to deploy, carrying them all to safety!
As bad as it all looks, if you study the
photos, I'd estimate 90% of the rocket can be salvaged and flown again, and I'd be willing to bet Andy is just the man to
When everything was said and done, Andy only had
2 words following the incident: "Bloody Estes!"
Once again, our thanks to Pete Barrett for all of the great photos!
Go to full screen, turn your speakers
up and take a look!
Trailer by Rachel Bostwick
for the perfect
Rocket Babe-Dust Storm
Rocket Babe-Fallen Angel
Rocket Babe-Ant Men
Go To Fire & Smoke!