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If you were having a hard time deciding what day to come out to HellFire the decision was just made for you…This is the biggest single motor launch HellFire has had. Blown Fuse will be flying on Thursday, July 31st 2008 during the Tripoli Research Launch portion of HellFire. 

Blown Fuse is built and flown by Ron Weigel, Jerry Hughes and  Jack Blair. The rocket has flown before, the first flight was at Balls 15 where it reached an altitude of 17, 200 feet AGL and again at Balls 16 where it reached an altitude of 15,200 feet AGL.

Blown Fuse is a 10" fiberglass filament wound airframe with 1/2" Baltic birch fins that have a fiberglass overlay. The complete rocket is just about 16’ tall and weighs in at about 90 lbs without a motor. With the motor installed the rocket weighs in at just around 200 lbs.

 

The rocket will fly on an EX motor which was also mixed and cast  by Jerry, Ron, and Jack that equates to a P7000 and utilizes the Wimpy Red propellant formulation.

 

Recovery of the Blown Fuse will be dual deployment configuration. Deployment will be controlled by a pair of Olsen altimeters (Go Olsen or Go Home!)  With a Rocketman 8ft ballistic drogue chute stuffed into a Rocket Rage deployment bag. The Main parachute will be a Rocket Rage RRQS210 also stuffed into a Rocket Rage Deployment bag.

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