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Hello and welcome to meh little space programme! Here I will be weekly uploading about my space program. Maybe I should tell you about my status as a space program. Ok, I'm not a real space program owner but hey, maybe one day I will be! Ok, back to the topic, I live on a farm with a airspace that VERY rarely planes pass across.this kinda means that for my rocket launches, I will not need to have airspace cleared or anything. so that means I won't really have a time restraint, meaning I won't have to finish a rocket on time. Also, because I live on a farm, many chemicals are available (b
I suggested in a post to my blog that solid rocket motors available to amateurs working in high power rocketry can be used as the basis for constructing orbital rockets that are within the capabilities of most universities to build: Orbital rockets are now easy, page 2: solid-rockets for cube-sats. http://exoscientist.blogspot.com/2017/08/orbital-rockets-are-now-easy-page-2.html Comments on its feasibility are welcome, especially simulations using Kerbal, i.e., via Realism Overhaul. Bob Clark