Notes on scratch-builts: 1. Black Satin is powered by 3 mini-engines in the pods, with the ejection gas ducted into the center body tube. 2. GAM-63 is a sport rocket powered by a cluster of anywhere from 3 to 7 mini-engines. There is a video of this rocket in LUNAR's Video Gallery. 3. The RAM-B3 is a scale model, including the unusual spin motors attached amidships by the red band. (Non-functional on the model, of course.) See Alway's Rockets of the World for details. 4. Jim's Nike-Tomahawk is described in detail on its own page. 5. The Duelin' MiGs rocket has since been replaced with a new improved version featuring three parasitic gliders. Jim has managed to set these up so that they perform a surprisingly good imitation of a dogfight as they spiral down together. Jim wrote a really nice article with complete plans for this rocket, which appears in the December 1996 issue of the NAR magazine Sport Rocketry.
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