Location: Tuckahoe Turf Farm/ 305 Hubbard Road/ Berwick, Maine
Setup: 09:00 We will be flying till 16:00
MMMSC’s next launch is a joint launch with CMASS on 21 May 2016. We will have both Jim Flis owner of Flis Kits and Jason of AMW on site for this Sat. Remember your yearly passes for CMASS will be good for this launch.
We will have; Burgers, Dogs, Veg Burgers, Crisps, Soda, Water.
We launch at the Tuckahoe Turf Farm in Berwick Maine. Tuckahoe Turf Farm is located at 305 Hubbard Road, Berwick Maine. Our launch day starts with setup at 09:30 and we will start launching as soon as we are set up. Normal launch day is 10:00 to 16:00.
We will have burgers, vegi bergers, dogs on the grill, and soda and water for sale too. We also have a Port A Potty on the field for comfort. The launch is open to the public and it is free to come and spectate.
Jason will be on-field for AMW/ProX so if you need something specific contact him or Gloria to check availability. Until CTI starts shipping again, some motors may not be in stock.
Come early and help set up (about 9:30). If you need the 1515 rail, be sure add some extra time to help set it up.Let us know what you’ll be flying. Level 2 tests will be available for those who want to take that next step.
Dress warmly this weekend, MMMSC will be holding a launch on Saturday 26 March. We will be welcoming AMW back from their far flung travels to other clubs around the country. Robert and Gloria will have their new trailer full of rocketry goodies. Gloria will be providing the catering with hot and yummy food to keep us going through a cold launch. We will also have TARC and SLI teams joining us for this launch, as the run up to TARC and SLI are almost at an end.
We look forward to seeing you this weekend. As always this is open to the public and free to come watch the launches. This will be at our home field at;
Tuckahoe Turf Farm / 305 Hubard Road / Berwick Maine.
Set up: 09:00 Launch: RTF till 15:00.
Please look at the schedule and start your planning. Some things are not yet listed on the calender, as the dates are not yet confirmed.
The next MMMSC launch is the 26 March 2016, at Tuckahoe Turf Farm. Setup is at 09:00 and we will start launching as soon as we are all set up.
We have several TARC teams in the Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts that are looking for flight time for practice launches and qualifying flights. I am not going to officialaly schedule launches for “X” day as the weather is to big a player in the equation. But would rather go weekend by weekend if you need flight time.
There are some scheduled launches at NAR clubs available.
Rhoad Island, www.rimra.org RIMRA’s next launch February 13, 2016.
Coneticut, www.catorockets.org CATO’s next launch February 20, 2016.
CMASS, www.cmass.org March 19,2016.
Contact MMMSC via email or Facebook and we will work on setting up a launch at the Tuckahoe Turf Farm, Berwick, Maine.
MMMSC will schedule a launch for 9 January 2016. We have members who are looking to attempt their L-3 qualification. Obviously we make no promises about the weather or field access by 9 January 2016. But Sparkies will be a GO.
R & G of AMW will be with us with the trailer and some hot food! If you have a transportable fire container\pit and some wood bring it along! There is the large pile of dead pallets available if we can get to them.
Maine Missile Math & Science Club will be holding it’s annual Winter Solstice launch on 19 December 2015. All the usual rules apply except sparky motors will be allowed. Please remember, all sparky motors are considered high power and you need to be certified to fly them. All of the F- and G-impulse motors on this list that have (HP) as part of their listing require L1 certification. As always, bring your NAR, CAR or TRA card showing your cert level if you’re planning on flying any high power motor.
AMW/ProX will not be in attendance but you can contact them early in the week, place and pay for your order and your motor will be available at the field.
Keep an eye on the weather conditions and don’t fly too much rocket for the field. If your rocket may not land on the field, you may not make it past safety check.
On Saturday, 5 December 2015 there will be a college student launch from 10:00 to 14:00. This is for college teams, and team members, to do testing of flight vehicles and payloads. Some students will also be attempting L-1 and L-2 certifications. MMMSC members are welcome, but this a HPR launch, 10/10 15/15 rails only. But there will be room for others to launch in between college team, and team member launches. NAR Safety Protocols will be followed, BUT this is a bare bones set up. So far we will have, North Eastern, MIT, BU.
Jason (L-2) will be on site with CTI Motors from AMW so let AMW or Jason know what you or your team need for motors!
REMEMBER TO DRESS WARMLY! PLAN TO WORK IN A VEHICLE! WINDCHILL!
We have decided to slide to Sunday the 15th as it will be warmer and less windy! AMW will be on the field with their trailer full of rocket goodies! Gloria has a special TURKEY SANDWICH, as well as hamburgers, hotdogs, hot chocolate.
It’s hunting season so wear some bright orange or lime-green.
DRESS WARM & SAFELY AND ENJOY!
You’ve likely seen some postings or links to the NH Scout Jamboree or heard some talk of it at a CMASS or MMMSC launch. Well, the event is upon us and we need to count up our volunteers. The event is this Saturday, 10 October, at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, NH. We plan to drop off the club trailers on Friday but with the predicted weather, we won’t be able to set up until Saturday morning.
We plan on using several sawhorses with launch rods installed and the launch equipment from the two clubs. We would like to start setting up at 7 AM on Saturday with the activity running from 9 AM to 4 PM per the event schedule. We would like to have as many people on-hand as possible because we have no idea how many scouts will be participating.
Scouts have had the opportunity to purchase and build Fliskits rockets throughout the summer. Any rocket that’s brought up to safety check needs to be reviewed with a cautious eye. It would be great if we could man some stations to “fix” any problems in the builds so the scouts could fly their rocket. We hope to have some ready-to-fly rockets available for scouts to buy or borrow if they decide to fly at the last minute.
Please send an email to the email@example.com if you can be available for the whole or any part of the day. Instructions for parking and on-site transport will be sent out before the event. This will be our biggest off-site event of the year and we need to provide a good experience for the scouts. Please do what you can to help out.