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February 2nd (Happy Groundhog’s Day!) at the ATLAS SITE. The current weather forecast, subject to change, predicts comfortable winter temps and favorable, light wind conditions for flying. Range and waiver are expected to be ready for operation starting at 9 AM and lasting until 3 PM or until we run out of motors, lose interest or the weather chases us away, whichever happens first. All flights for this launch must remain under the 12,000
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Thanks to everyone who turned out to help with the club's equipment cleanup day! ...
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Ah, what an awesome day! 27 different flyers put up a total of 69 flights (31 Class One 38 Class Two) including L2 Cert for Scott Dukes and L1 re-cert for Warren Musselman, Michael Huber’s 20,000′ long burn L, Steve Clapp 100′ rainbow streamer and Bob Steinke’s Vmax Moment of Inertia Mach shot and recovery. Green prairie for August – looks positive for Ofest ...
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Rough calculations have been made, and MAYHEM really did happen. Over the three clear and sun drenched days, a total of somewhere over 60 different fliers put up something like 241 flights (145 Class One, 96 Class Two), including a few L1 Certifications, a Jr. L1 Certification, 6 M powered flights and 2 N powered flights. Huge thanks to Colin Apke , William Bussell and David Pinter for excellent service as LCO’s and Pad Managers and to everyone that helped with set up and the end of an epic weekend cleanup. I can provide a better break down for each ...
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Launch Photos from Saturday, May 5, 2018 ...
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Dubious start Saturday morning. A good three to four inches of moisture on the ground, heavy cloud cover and only about 20 degrees. But incredibly, a fair number of folks believing conditions would improve. Lots of time standing around, reviewing options and discussing a little bit of everything before we started to unload the trailer and get the range set up. By 11:30, we we’re flying high into clear skies and with slightly warmer temps. 20 different flyers launched a total of 40 flights ( 16 Class One, 24 Class Two), including the Team from CSU testing air brakes for ...
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In case you were wondering - Despite the normal amount of un-certainty regarding the weather and vegetation conditions on the Pawnee National Grassland, Mile High Mayhem was another epic weekend for rocketry hobbyists.   A slow start, 8 to 10 mile an hour winds  and a short afternoon rain shower Friday afternoon didn’t  hinder the efforts of 24 different flyers from launching 57 flights – 44 Class One and 13 Class Two.  Much of the day was spent making final preparations for Saturday and Sunday’s flights. Waiver opened on Saturday at 8 AM and our safety briefing was held around 10 ...
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Upcoming Events

Saturday September 7, 2019
  • NCR Club Launch

    Saturday September 7, 2019 - Sunday September 8, 2019 @ 

    North Site
    40.885835,-104.638787

    •Take I25 to exit 269A, Colorado Highway 14 EAST.
    •Go east on Highway 14 to the intersection with US Highway 85.
    •turn North on Highway 85 and continue thru Pierce and past Nunn approximately 11.5 miles.
    •Make a right on County Road 122 (Grover Road)
    •Follow Rd 122 8.25 miles to the intersection with County Road 45.
    •Make left onto County Road 45,opening and then closing gate as necessary*
    •Follow Rd 45 north approximately 1 mile to launch site on right side of road.

     

Sunday September 8, 2019
  • NCR Club Launch

    Saturday September 7, 2019 - Sunday September 8, 2019 @ 

    North Site
    40.885835,-104.638787

    •Take I25 to exit 269A, Colorado Highway 14 EAST.
    •Go east on Highway 14 to the intersection with US Highway 85.
    •turn North on Highway 85 and continue thru Pierce and past Nunn approximately 11.5 miles.
    •Make a right on County Road 122 (Grover Road)
    •Follow Rd 122 8.25 miles to the intersection with County Road 45.
    •Make left onto County Road 45,opening and then closing gate as necessary*
    •Follow Rd 45 north approximately 1 mile to launch site on right side of road.

     

Friday October 4, 2019
  • Oktoberfest - North Site

    Friday October 4, 2019 - Sunday October 6, 2019 @ 


    North Site [ map ]

    •Take I25 to exit 269A, Colorado Highway 14 EAST.
    •Go east on Highway 14 to the intersection with US Highway 85.
    •turn North on Highway 85 and continue thru Pierce and past Nunn approximately 11.5 miles.
    •Make a right on County Road 122 (Grover Road)
    •Follow Rd 122 8.25 miles to the intersection with County Road 45.
    •Make left onto County Road 45,opening and then closing gate as necessary*
    •Follow Rd 45 north approximately 1 mile to launch site on right side of road.

    GPS: 40.885835,-104.638787

     

Saturday October 5, 2019
  • Oktoberfest - North Site

    Friday October 4, 2019 - Sunday October 6, 2019 @ 


    North Site [ map ]

    •Take I25 to exit 269A, Colorado Highway 14 EAST.
    •Go east on Highway 14 to the intersection with US Highway 85.
    •turn North on Highway 85 and continue thru Pierce and past Nunn approximately 11.5 miles.
    •Make a right on County Road 122 (Grover Road)
    •Follow Rd 122 8.25 miles to the intersection with County Road 45.
    •Make left onto County Road 45,opening and then closing gate as necessary*
    •Follow Rd 45 north approximately 1 mile to launch site on right side of road.

    GPS: 40.885835,-104.638787

     

Sunday October 6, 2019
  • Oktoberfest - North Site

    Friday October 4, 2019 - Sunday October 6, 2019 @ 


    North Site [ map ]

    •Take I25 to exit 269A, Colorado Highway 14 EAST.
    •Go east on Highway 14 to the intersection with US Highway 85.
    •turn North on Highway 85 and continue thru Pierce and past Nunn approximately 11.5 miles.
    •Make a right on County Road 122 (Grover Road)
    •Follow Rd 122 8.25 miles to the intersection with County Road 45.
    •Make left onto County Road 45,opening and then closing gate as necessary*
    •Follow Rd 45 north approximately 1 mile to launch site on right side of road.

    GPS: 40.885835,-104.638787