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Flight Data
#1
I have never flown at a NAR or any other launch.
I have always just launched in my life long friends farm field.
But I want to start keeping data on my launches.
I would like to know what the "Flight Card" or what ever it's called, includes.
If someone would be so kind as to post pics of all the flight cards they have used at sanctioned launches I would be greatly appreciated.
I can make up my own flight cards in a 6" x 9" printed form and keep them in the many binders I left over from work.
TYK, ya'll
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#2
There is one on the Sunward website:
http://www.sunward1.com/flightdatasheet.pdf

Attached is one I downloaded:


Attached Files
.pdf   Rocket Flight Data Record2.pdf (Size: 183.86 KB / Downloads: 6)
"I wanted it to be as clean as that operating room where they're gonna cut out yer heart!"
Stockdale Will Will Stockdale
"Last name first first name last."
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#3
That's a lot of stuff. I don't think that is what I'm looking for.
Isn't there a flight card you have to do at an NAR launch for each flight?
I was hoping to fit a flight card in a 6x9 binder.
More or less for my own personal knowledge.
And get me use to filling out forms at a sanctioned launch.
Although, Angelo did a nice job on his sheets!
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#4
You want this type of stuff?

http://www.valleyaerospace.com/files/VAS...-Front.pdf

http://www.washingtonaerospace.org/docs/...t_card.pdf

http://www.mtmarocketry.org/main/downloa...t-card.pdf

http://www.rocketreviews.com/print-flight-cards.html

Each club has their own version. The one from rocketreviews is generic.
"I wanted it to be as clean as that operating room where they're gonna cut out yer heart!"
Stockdale Will Will Stockdale
"Last name first first name last."
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#5
Here's our SEVRA flight card
[url=http://www.sevra.org/FlightCards.pdf][/url]
   
Phill Ash
Secretary - SouthEastern Virginia Rocketry Association (SEVRA)
2015 Tot Impulse: 1398.8 Ns (L2, 45 Flights, 57 Motors)
2016 Tot Impulse: 190.3 Ns (L2, 14 Flights, 16 Motors)




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