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|Attention: Are you ready to fly yet? Things are looking good for a Dec 4th launch day. Weather is not possible to predict this far out, but current Stanislaus county Covid protocols do not require masks outdoors. Note that some rocketeers may not be vaccinated. If the launch happens, plan accordingly. LUNAR will not be policing masks or vaccination status so be prepared with your masking preference. Stay tuned to our announce list and our facebook page for updates. Our host asked us to emphasize that all automobiles must drive through the water puddles, not around the water puddles. Always stay on the roads and the speed limit on the ranch is 7 mph. We have had vehicles drive cross country to look for their rocket. If you are going to fly high, be prepared to walk. Do not go off road. As always we can use volunteers to work the range. If everyone who has attended launch volunteered for 1 hour, there would not be enough launch hours for us all to volunteer once a year. Remember to visit the LUNAR website, join the LUNAR Facebook page and subscribe to the LUNAR announce list to receive all late breaking news from LUNAR.|
|Attention: TARC 2020 postponed to 2021. See the TARC page for more info.|
We continue to conduct launches at Snow Ranch. Launches at Snow Ranch are level 3 with an altitude limit of 15,000 feet and a maximum motor size of M. Prior LUNAR BoD approval needed on all flights above 2560 N.
As always, be sure to check the hotline before coming to be sure there have not been any last minute changes.
If you are planning to do a High Power Level 1 or Level 2, contact David Raimondi before the launch. If you are planning to Cert Level 3, Contact David Raimondi before you start building the rocket.
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