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The Portland State Aerospace Society (PSAS) builds, designs, and launches open source amateur rockets. If you haven't heard about PSAS before, watch my five minute Ignite Portland 2 talk and follow along with the sides.
A PSAS member showed up to the meeting today with his own amateur rocket. DISCLAIMER: This is not the PSAS rocket (it's still being rebuilt).
The guy (yes, I can't remember his name, my bad) recently launched his rocket from Brothers, Oregon. It went to 14,000 feet, but the parachutes didn't deploy. Fortunately, it survived the crash with only a couple scratches. Some people have all the luck! Our Airframe team was envious of the robust design.
The guy was a big grateful dead fan, as you can see from the logo and color scheme.
Dan holding the nose cone.
The motor casing.
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