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Old 03-14-2015, 01:22 AM
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Hello All,

Here are photographs from Richard B. Morrow's (e-mail: Rbmrocket@aol.com ) 2000 book, "Small Sounding Rockets" (see: http://www.aeroconsystems.com/liter...ing_rockets.htm and http://traxellabs.com/smallsounding...org/photos.html ). It is out of print, but he intends to re-publish it in some form, perhaps on DVD (he needs to know how the DVDs could be encrypted, first--if anyone here could help him with this, all model rocketeers and space flight historians would benefit). Below is a list of the above-linked online photographs:

SMALL SOUNDING ROCKETS PHOTO ARCHIVE

Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Loki-Dart


Cooper Development Corporation (CDC)

Roksonde-200 CDC Decal
ASP-1
ASP-II
Loki-boosted ASP
4 Loki-boosted ASP
ASCAMP ASCAMP 1


The Marquardt Corporation (CDC/TMC)

ASP-IV
Vista-300


Rocket Power Inc.

Phoenix
Thunderbird
Raven Raven 1
Sidewinder-Raven
Judi-Dart
Hopi-Dart
Kisha-Judi


The Zimney Corporation

Cleansweep III
Cleansweep III-A


Sandia National Laboratory

Deacon-Arrow
Viper-Arrow
Kisha-Arrow


Space Data Corporation

Cajun-Dart 1 Cajun-Dart 2
Sirocco
Super Loki-Dart
Viper III A


Atlantic Research Corporation

Arcon 1 Arcon 2 Arcon 3
Metroc
Boosted Metroc
Arcas 1 Arcas 2 Arcas 3 Baby Bear Decal
Boosted Arcas I
Boosted Arcas II
Sidewinder Arcas
Sidewinder HV-Arcas
Sparrow HV-Arcas 1 Sparrow HV-Arcas 2 Sparrow HV-Arcas 3
Frangible Arcas
Super Arcas


University of Maryland / Republic Aviation

Oriole
Terrapin 1 Terrapin 2


I hope this material will be helpful.
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Old 03-14-2015, 09:25 AM
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Rich was a member of LIARS back in the day. Been an awfully long time since we last met.
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ANY club called LIARS has to be GOOD.
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ANY club called LIARS has to be GOOD.
He's still around (we corresponded in late January). A club name like that *does* suggest an additional event, which would involve judging verbal -accounts- of various model rocketry events (it was a good TV game show, too)... :-)
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Coincidentally, the guy who NAMED the L.I.A.R.S., my cousin George, is snoozing in my guest room. He took the Amtrak out from NYC for a visit.

George isn't a rocketeer, but he came to the first get-together of Long Island high power folks in 1989, and coined the acronym (Long Island Advanced Rocketry Society) on the fly.

We were a pretty active Prefecture for about five years, before the fields on LI started to dry up.

Rich wasn't as active a flyer as others. His friend Mitch Pines, another early-days rocketeer, flew more frequently. He'd bring old Coaster kits to launches!
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