Saturday, 15 July 2017 14:15

Sticker Shock 23

stickershock2Stickershock creates vinyl stickesr for rocketeers and hobbyist's creations. Stickershock23.com was founded in late 2007 completely by accident. The Owners, Mark and Marian Hayes, have been rocket addicts since they were very young. Mark started building and flying rockets with his dad when he was about 8 years old, and it stuck with him through his entire life. Marian got interested in rockets after meeting Mark, and it just went crazy from there.

They are both TRA-certified high power rocketeers. Mark got his LIII certification in 2005 flying his scratch-built, 10" diameter Mercury Redstone.  Mark and Marian were married in 2004 at Rockstock, Southern California's biggest launch, right on the flightline with all their friends flying rockets when they said "I do."

A year later, they had a son, Jayden, who is as crazy as his dad is about rockets. Jayden flew his first rocket when he was just weeks old!

Stickershock started on a whim. One day, Mark was doing his thing: building an upscale of an old Estes kit {one of his favorites scaled up 300%), but had no idea where to get decals to finish the job. After trying to make them by hand (and failing miserably), He got together with a neighbor who made "wall quotes" and other artsy decals from home. He asked her if she could upscale the stock decals, and a couple hours later, she did. The second he saw the decals, Mark knew that every rocketeer needed these and stickershock23.com was born.!

Stickershock23.com has made literally thousands of decals for rocketeers all over the world, including USA, Canada, Australia, England and many more. Stickershock decals have been on rockets big and small, for kids, families and even NASA projects, including the Max Launch Abort system. Stickershock decals have been featured on rockets appearing on the TV shows like "LDRS Large dangerous rocket ships" and more.

Today, you can custom order anything from simple lettering to full rocket wraps and more.

 

Stickershock
131 W 1000 S
Hurricane, UT 84737

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Monday, 10 July 2017 10:26

Photos by Nadine

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If you have been to a UROC launch on the Salt Flats, you have no doubt seen Nadine out there. Nadine Kinney started her rocketry photography business on the Salt Flats when we hosted LDRS17.  Back then it was a process of shooting pictures all day long and then running into Salt Lake to have them processed and printed and then have them in an album for people to look at and order the next day. The digital age has made that a little bit easier, but the creative and artful portion never gets easier. Nadine makes it look easy though. Nadine's photographs have been featured in High Power Rocketry, Sport Rocketry, Extreme Rocketry and Popular Science publications.

Often seen scurrying around numerous launch sites including LDRS and Black Rock / Balls, Nadine has truly made rocketry action shots an art form. You can view some of her work on her website. She will be taking a group photo during HellFire. Definitely one to get in on. Nadine also publishes the "Rockets of High Power Calendar" each year with pictures from launches all over the country. Make sure to check that out as well when you see her at HellFire!

 

Website: http://www.photosbynadine.com/

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Thursday, 06 July 2017 10:50

North Coast Rocketry

northcoastMatt Steele, is the owner of Notrh Coast Rocketry (NCR) and a UROC member. When you see a North Coast  Rocketry model fly you will encounter an absolute treat of sight, sound and performance. 

North Coast Rocketry was founded in 1984 in northeast Ohio on the premise that rockets larger than Estes "D" types could be far more fun and interesting to build and fly. Estes acquired the manufacturing rights to North Coast products from 1996-1999.

Now Matt has brought North Coast Rocketry back, from from sales goals, production deadlines or corporate approvals. NCR now is just the models and accessories that Matt likes to build and fly for himself and his closest friends.

Matt is an accomplised designer, having produced models for Estes (Big Daddy), Quest (Planet Probe), HobbyLab (SR-71 Blackbird) as well as most of the older NCR designs.  Matt is also an accomplished model rocketry competitor having won several national and international medals. More than 40 years of experience is in the NCR designs you can build and fly.

 

North Coast Rocketry
63 East, 11400 South #203
Sandy, UT 84070

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Website: www.northcoastrocketry.com

 

 

 

 

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Thursday, 06 July 2017 09:45

Wildman Rocketry

wildmanbannerTim Lehr and the rest of the crew from Wildman hobbies has been a big part of the hobby for years. Wildman has provided support for HellFire in years past and we appreciate his supporting us this year as well.  Wildman Rocketry is a full line shop, they carry all of your rocketry needs, from launch to recovery. Wildman sells AeroTech, Loc Precision, Performance, Public Missiles and Wildman kits as well as all of the building supplies, recovery systems and motors from Aerotech and Cesaroni.  

You may want to consider joining the Wildman Club which is a buying club for additional savings off everyday purchases. Wildman Club members are also eligible for special club member sales. If you have not tried Wildman for your rocketry needs in the past, you owe it to yourself to visit their website and see how they can help you. 
 

Wildman Rocketry
P.O. Box 33
25996 N. 2750 Rd.
Van Orin, IL 61374

Toll Free: 1 (815) 638-3200

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Website: wildmanrocketry.com

 

 

 

 

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Monday, 03 July 2017 13:23

Animal Motor Works

amw1If you have been in the mid/high power world for a while, you are no doubt familiar with Animal Motor Works. Gloria and Robert travel all over the country with their rolling rocketry store, but they also have a great webstore. They carry all of your rocketry building and flying needs. Robert and Gloria can answer your questions about this stuff too, they are great to work with.

They carry the full line Cesaroni motors and casing from 29mm to 150mm diameter. They also carry AeroPac, PerfectFlite, Pico, SkyAngle, AMWZoo, LOC, Estes, Madcow, ProLine, Rocketry Warehouse and many other brands. AMW also has lots of fiberglass kits , tubes & cones in stock, if you don't see what you need, give them a call, they have lots!. For Level 1 and Level 2 Cert flyers, check out AMW's Certification Special offers! 


Robert DeHate
Phone: 978-766-9271
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Gloria Robinson
Phone: 603-566-2904
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Jason Nadeau
Phone: 978-761-9790
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Website: http://www.amwprox.com/

 

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Monday, 03 July 2017 12:37

eRockets

randyboadwayRandy Boadway is the owner and operator of eRockets which is also the proud owners of Semroc. Currently, they have over 126 rockets kits available that are all made in their Dayton, Ohio facility. Randy is dedicated to providing the best selection of hobby Model Rockets Kits possible on this planet. They currently stock over 700 different model rocket kits, all in-stock.  If you do not see what you are looking for please let me know, if I can get it I will get it for you. Their site should provide you a great on-line shopping experience, the items are organized in their menu to the left by manufacturer.  If you wish to drill down further, model rocket kits are organized by Skill Level under Manufacturer. If you are looking for a specific kit, use the search box at the top right of each page.  

If you cannot find what you are looking for, drop Randy a note. If you haven't visited the site yet, please take a minute and browse. Randy has stocked all kinds of great rocketry products for you from brands like Aerotech, Apogee, ARA Press, ASP, Balsa Machining Service, Dr Zooch, Dynastar, Edmonds, Estes, FlisKits, Jolly Logic, Launch Pad, LOC Precision, Mad Cow, Merlin Missile Solutions, North Coast Rocketry, Public Missiles Limited(PML),  Quest, Real Space Rockets, Red River Rocketry, Semroc, Top Flight Recovery, Totally Tubular and many others.

 

eRockets
2790 Thunderhawk Ct.
Dayton, OH 45414

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Phone: 616-460-2678

Website: www.erockets.biz

 

 

 

 

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Thursday, 01 June 2017 11:23

KEMM Contest Results

The Ken Eva Memorial Meet (KEMM) took place on Saturday, April 22 out at Frank Hunt Field. The weather was very cooperative and there was a fairly good turn out for the competition.

We had some scouts set up launch pads to handle their launches to gain their rocketry badges as well. There were 11 contestants in the competition and some great flights. Matt Goode was the meet champion followed closely by Bruce Bell.

Results for individual events are listed below. The next NAR competition event is Pioneer 2017 and it takes place Saturday, June 3 at Frank Hunt Field as well. 

You can view photos from the launch in the UROC Gallery

 

Ken Eva Memorial Meet 2017 Meet Champions

 

PlaceContestantNAR NumberSectionTotal Points
C Division
1 Goode, Matt 100903 523 2016
2 Bell, Bruce 20636 523 1524
3 Bell, Sally 85169 523 672
4 Redd, Randall 6333 523 324
5 Snaufer, Mark 29609 523 120
6 Steele, Carrie 78080 523 60
6 Steele, Cassidy 81474 000 60
6 Steele, Katie 80121 000 60
7 Steele, Cody 46810 000 30
7 Stewart, Pearce 101610 000 30
8 Morstadt, Bob 60107 000 0
T Division
1 Team, Pod Bay Doors T-201 523 2400
2 Team, Pod Babe Doors T-202 523 1224
Sections
1 UROC   523 8340
2 IND   0 180

Ken Eva Memorial Meet 2017 Standings

 

Sport Scale

PlaceContestantNumberSectionPrototypeStaticFlight 1Flight 2TotalPoints
C Division
1 Bell, Bruce 20636 523 D-Region Tomahawk 570.0 98.0   66800 600
2 Goode, Matt 100903 523 Space Shuttle 470.0 140.0   61000 360
3 Bell, Sally 85169 523 IQSY Tomahawk 460.0 100.0   56000 240
-- Redd, Randall 6333 523 Jupiter 535.0 0.0   0 0
T Division
1 Team, Pod Bay Doors T-201 523 Sandhawk 600.0 100.0   70000 600
2 Team, Pod Babe Doors T-202 523 D-Region Tomahawk 530.0 100.0   63000 360

 

C Egg Lofting Altitude

PlaceContestantNumberSectionFlight 1Flight 2TotalPoints
C Division
1 Goode, Matt 100903 523 185   185 540
2 Bell, Bruce 20636 523 182   182 324
T Division
1 Team, Pod Bay Doors T-201 523 381   381 540
2 Team, Pod Babe Doors T-202 523 88   88 324

 

A Helicopter Duration

PlaceContestantNumberSectionFlight 1Flight 2TotalPoints
C Division
1 Goode, Matt 100903 523 62   62 600
2 Bell, Sally 85169 523 31   31 360
3 Bell, Bruce 20636 523 28   28 240
T Division
1 Team, Pod Bay Doors T-201 523 48   48 600
2 Team, Pod Babe Doors T-202 523 20   20 360

 

1/2A Streamer Duration Multiround

PlaceContestantNumberSectionFlight 1Flight 2Flight 3Flight 4TotalPoints
C Division
1 Bell, Bruce 20636 523 36 24 32   92 360
2 Goode, Matt 100903 523 32 33     65 216
3 Redd, Randall 6333 523 50       50 144
4 Bell, Sally 85169 523 28       28 72
T Division
1 Team, Pod Bay Doors T-201 523 52       52 360
-- Team, Pod Babe Doors T-202 523 SEP       0 0

 

Random Duration (90 sec)

PlaceContestantNumberSectionFlight 1Flight 2TotalPoints
C Division
1 Goode, Matt 100903 523 2.2% (88 s)   22 300
2 Redd, Randall 6333 523 12.2% (101 s)   122 180
3 Snaufer, Mark 29609 523 46.7% (48 s)   467 120
4 Steele, Carrie 78080 523 68.9% (28 s)   689 60
4 Steele, Cassidy 81474 000 68.9% (28 s)   689 60
4 Steele, Katie 80121 000 68.9% (28 s)   689 60
5 Steele, Cody 46810 000 77.8% (20 s)   778 30
6 Stewart, Pearce 101610 000 87.8% (11 s)   878 30
-- Bell, Bruce 20636 523 DQ   0 0
-- Morstadt, Bob 60107 000 DQ   0 0
T Division
1 Team, Pod Bay Doors T-201 523 CAT 67.8% (29 s) 678 300
2 Team, Pod Babe Doors T-202 523 CAT 78.9% (19 s) 789 180

 

Published in UROC News
Tuesday, 11 April 2017 15:59

April Contest Launch

The upcoming launch on April 22nd is a non-waivered contest event. No rockets over G power can be flown. Flyers are expected to make their own arrangements for launch equipment as the trailer and UROC launch gear will not be coming out. This launch is held to provide an environment suitable for the UROC members interested in and participating in NAR rocketry contests.   Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any further questions about the launch.

List of the contest events:

There will not be a Porta Potty ordered for this launch. Set up is expected to begin around 8:30 am and we will fly in to the early afternoon or until the wind gets to be too strong. If the weather conditions for the upcoming launch deteriorate or if the fire hazard becomes too high, we will try to notify everyone via our normal modes including the website, facebook, and twitter.

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Tuesday, 21 February 2017 17:27

HellFire 22 Dates Announced

HellFire, sponsored by the Utah Rocket Club (UROC)  takes place this year August 3,4,5,6. Though HellFire is technically an amateur launch, we’re talking serious rocketry here. Participants from around the country launch rockets ranging from foot-tall wonders to towering monsters that weigh in at over one hundred pounds, feature high-tech electronics, use a propellant similar to that used on the space shuttle, and lift off with 750 pounds of pure thrust.

Now in its 22nd year, HellFire continues to grow. Many people attend not to launch, but simply for the thrill of watching. Between launches, visitors enjoy examining rockets and components close-up and speaking with the experts who build and launch them.

Spectator Admission to HellFire is free and the public is welcome. HellFire will be held on the Bonneville Salt Flats near Wendover, Utah. Take Exit 4 on Interstate 80 and follow easy-to-spot signs. The event takes place 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, August 3 through Sunday, August 6.

Discounted registration for flyers is available for UROC members.

Many more details to come over the next weeks.

Tips for visitors:

  • According to UROC insiders, Saturday is the day “where it starts getting crazy” with “lots of flights.”
  • All launch plans are subject to weather. Visitors are encouraged to check www.uroc.org BEFORE driving out to the launch.
  • There are no food or drink vendors at the event, so UROC reminds visitors to bring binoculars, hats, chairs, shade, lots of sunscreen, food and snacks, and plenty of drinking water.
  • UROC strongly encourages spectators to leave their pets at home, this is not a pet friendly environment
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Tuesday, 07 February 2017 14:41

Learning

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