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moderated Re: IMPORTANT CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT

Tom Augustyn
 

Then in my opinion it is a definite step up from Harmon Field. Excellent choice!!


-----Original Message-----
From: Jeff Kodysz <jeffk813@...>
To: main <main@mtma.groups.io>
Sent: Wed, Oct 16, 2019 2:27 pm
Subject: Re: [MTMA] IMPORTANT CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT

Yes, Union Ave. is route 225. :)

Jeff

On Wed, Oct 16, 2019 at 2:25 PM Tom Augustyn via Groups.Io <taugy=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
I believe I drove past it on Monday. Is Union Ave also the same as state route 225? If so, that site will be the cats meow and worth a $5 out of pocket each launch day.


-----Original Message-----
From: Casey Anderson <bigwake182@...>
To: main <main@mtma.groups.io>
Sent: Wed, Oct 16, 2019 10:56 am
Subject: Re: [MTMA] IMPORTANT CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT

Woot woot!! Can’t wait to check it out.


On Oct 16, 2019, at 9:46 AM, Tom Augustyn via Groups.Io <taugy@...> wrote:

Jeff,

Could you please send the attachment of the parking? I did not see it in an earlier email.

Thanks!


-----Original Message-----
From: Bill Berger via Groups.Io <wjberger11@...>
To: main <main@MTMA.groups.io>
Cc: MTMA <MTMA@groups.io>
Sent: Wed, Oct 16, 2019 8:29 am
Subject: Re: [MTMA] IMPORTANT CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT

Jeff,

That is great news! Congratulations to you and all of the officers on the fruits of your hard work. I can't wait to be able to fly the new field. 

That being said, there are not many things that would keep me away from this launch, but at this point I will probably list myself as doubtful as I am overseeing a large fundraiser on Sunday and I will be setting up and taking care of any last minute issues before the event on Saturday. 

Wishing the rest of the group many straight smoke trails!

-Bill Berger

On Oct 15, 2019 4:15 PM, Jeff Kodysz <jeffk813@...> wrote:
Greetings,

Many of you are aware that the MTMA is constantly on the lookout for new fields which would enable us to launch high-power rockets. Well, to put it simply, we're still looking.

However, we have recently been presented with the opportunity to have a secondary launch field at our disposal. Due to the NAR safety regulations this field is just slightly too small to allow full-on high-power flights, but it IS much more able to handle model and mid-power flights than our existing field in Aurora (Harmon Field).

The field in question is Barber Airport, located near Alliance, Ohio. It's about 28 miles Southeast of our current field. Being a privately owned and working airport, it is MUCH more open and accessible and it is constantly well-mowed with no high weeds to trudge through on our way to recover our rockets. It's currently also the home of the Alliance Balsa Bees R/C Airplane Club.

The MTMA has secured permission from the owners to conduct club launches there. We will begin with our next launch, on Saturday, October 26th. This launch was originally scheduled to be a bring-your-own gear launch, but we will be conducting it as a regular club launch instead. The other club officers and I went out in-between our club launches and had an informal launch there to get a better idea of how well the field would suit the club's needs and we believe it will benefit us.

We want to let you know that WE ARE NOT ABANDONING HARMON FIELD. We simply will be making use of Barber Airport as an alternate. We will be working dates into next year's schedule so that we have a number of our club launches there.

One caveat of the new field is that the owners assess a $5 per member per launch day fee to cover the upkeep of the field and keep the grass cut. This fee will be applicable to any person who comes out to fly. We believe that this is a reasonable fee and that for the ease of recovery the well-cut grass provides, that it should not be prohibitive to any member.

So, we would like to invite you out to the launch on October 26th at Barber Airport, 13754 Union Ave NE, Alliance, OH 44601. See the attached image for info on parking etc.

Please email me directly with any questions you may have and I will do my best to answer them for you.

Thanks,

Jeff

--
Jeff Kodysz
President
Mantua Township Missile Agency
NAR Section #606





--
Jeff Kodysz
President
Mantua Township Missile Agency
NAR Section #606



moderated Re: IMPORTANT CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT

Jeff Kodysz
 

Yes, Union Ave. is route 225. :)

Jeff

On Wed, Oct 16, 2019 at 2:25 PM Tom Augustyn via Groups.Io <taugy=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
I believe I drove past it on Monday. Is Union Ave also the same as state route 225? If so, that site will be the cats meow and worth a $5 out of pocket each launch day.


-----Original Message-----
From: Casey Anderson <bigwake182@...>
To: main <main@mtma.groups.io>
Sent: Wed, Oct 16, 2019 10:56 am
Subject: Re: [MTMA] IMPORTANT CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT

Woot woot!! Can’t wait to check it out.


On Oct 16, 2019, at 9:46 AM, Tom Augustyn via Groups.Io <taugy@...> wrote:

Jeff,

Could you please send the attachment of the parking? I did not see it in an earlier email.

Thanks!


-----Original Message-----
From: Bill Berger via Groups.Io <wjberger11@...>
To: main <main@MTMA.groups.io>
Cc: MTMA <MTMA@groups.io>
Sent: Wed, Oct 16, 2019 8:29 am
Subject: Re: [MTMA] IMPORTANT CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT

Jeff,

That is great news! Congratulations to you and all of the officers on the fruits of your hard work. I can't wait to be able to fly the new field. 

That being said, there are not many things that would keep me away from this launch, but at this point I will probably list myself as doubtful as I am overseeing a large fundraiser on Sunday and I will be setting up and taking care of any last minute issues before the event on Saturday. 

Wishing the rest of the group many straight smoke trails!

-Bill Berger

On Oct 15, 2019 4:15 PM, Jeff Kodysz <jeffk813@...> wrote:
Greetings,

Many of you are aware that the MTMA is constantly on the lookout for new fields which would enable us to launch high-power rockets. Well, to put it simply, we're still looking.

However, we have recently been presented with the opportunity to have a secondary launch field at our disposal. Due to the NAR safety regulations this field is just slightly too small to allow full-on high-power flights, but it IS much more able to handle model and mid-power flights than our existing field in Aurora (Harmon Field).

The field in question is Barber Airport, located near Alliance, Ohio. It's about 28 miles Southeast of our current field. Being a privately owned and working airport, it is MUCH more open and accessible and it is constantly well-mowed with no high weeds to trudge through on our way to recover our rockets. It's currently also the home of the Alliance Balsa Bees R/C Airplane Club.

The MTMA has secured permission from the owners to conduct club launches there. We will begin with our next launch, on Saturday, October 26th. This launch was originally scheduled to be a bring-your-own gear launch, but we will be conducting it as a regular club launch instead. The other club officers and I went out in-between our club launches and had an informal launch there to get a better idea of how well the field would suit the club's needs and we believe it will benefit us.

We want to let you know that WE ARE NOT ABANDONING HARMON FIELD. We simply will be making use of Barber Airport as an alternate. We will be working dates into next year's schedule so that we have a number of our club launches there.

One caveat of the new field is that the owners assess a $5 per member per launch day fee to cover the upkeep of the field and keep the grass cut. This fee will be applicable to any person who comes out to fly. We believe that this is a reasonable fee and that for the ease of recovery the well-cut grass provides, that it should not be prohibitive to any member.

So, we would like to invite you out to the launch on October 26th at Barber Airport, 13754 Union Ave NE, Alliance, OH 44601. See the attached image for info on parking etc.

Please email me directly with any questions you may have and I will do my best to answer them for you.

Thanks,

Jeff

--
Jeff Kodysz
President
Mantua Township Missile Agency
NAR Section #606





--
Jeff Kodysz
President
Mantua Township Missile Agency
NAR Section #606



moderated Re: IMPORTANT CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT

Tom Augustyn
 

I believe I drove past it on Monday. Is Union Ave also the same as state route 225? If so, that site will be the cats meow and worth a $5 out of pocket each launch day.


-----Original Message-----
From: Casey Anderson <bigwake182@...>
To: main <main@mtma.groups.io>
Sent: Wed, Oct 16, 2019 10:56 am
Subject: Re: [MTMA] IMPORTANT CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT

Woot woot!! Can’t wait to check it out.


On Oct 16, 2019, at 9:46 AM, Tom Augustyn via Groups.Io <taugy@...> wrote:

Jeff,

Could you please send the attachment of the parking? I did not see it in an earlier email.

Thanks!


-----Original Message-----
From: Bill Berger via Groups.Io <wjberger11@...>
To: main <main@MTMA.groups.io>
Cc: MTMA <MTMA@groups.io>
Sent: Wed, Oct 16, 2019 8:29 am
Subject: Re: [MTMA] IMPORTANT CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT

Jeff,

That is great news! Congratulations to you and all of the officers on the fruits of your hard work. I can't wait to be able to fly the new field. 

That being said, there are not many things that would keep me away from this launch, but at this point I will probably list myself as doubtful as I am overseeing a large fundraiser on Sunday and I will be setting up and taking care of any last minute issues before the event on Saturday. 

Wishing the rest of the group many straight smoke trails!

-Bill Berger

On Oct 15, 2019 4:15 PM, Jeff Kodysz <jeffk813@...> wrote:
Greetings,

Many of you are aware that the MTMA is constantly on the lookout for new fields which would enable us to launch high-power rockets. Well, to put it simply, we're still looking.

However, we have recently been presented with the opportunity to have a secondary launch field at our disposal. Due to the NAR safety regulations this field is just slightly too small to allow full-on high-power flights, but it IS much more able to handle model and mid-power flights than our existing field in Aurora (Harmon Field).

The field in question is Barber Airport, located near Alliance, Ohio. It's about 28 miles Southeast of our current field. Being a privately owned and working airport, it is MUCH more open and accessible and it is constantly well-mowed with no high weeds to trudge through on our way to recover our rockets. It's currently also the home of the Alliance Balsa Bees R/C Airplane Club.

The MTMA has secured permission from the owners to conduct club launches there. We will begin with our next launch, on Saturday, October 26th. This launch was originally scheduled to be a bring-your-own gear launch, but we will be conducting it as a regular club launch instead. The other club officers and I went out in-between our club launches and had an informal launch there to get a better idea of how well the field would suit the club's needs and we believe it will benefit us.

We want to let you know that WE ARE NOT ABANDONING HARMON FIELD. We simply will be making use of Barber Airport as an alternate. We will be working dates into next year's schedule so that we have a number of our club launches there.

One caveat of the new field is that the owners assess a $5 per member per launch day fee to cover the upkeep of the field and keep the grass cut. This fee will be applicable to any person who comes out to fly. We believe that this is a reasonable fee and that for the ease of recovery the well-cut grass provides, that it should not be prohibitive to any member.

So, we would like to invite you out to the launch on October 26th at Barber Airport, 13754 Union Ave NE, Alliance, OH 44601. See the attached image for info on parking etc.

Please email me directly with any questions you may have and I will do my best to answer them for you.

Thanks,

Jeff

--
Jeff Kodysz
President
Mantua Township Missile Agency
NAR Section #606




moderated Re: IMPORTANT CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT

Casey Anderson
 

Woot woot!! Can’t wait to check it out.


On Oct 16, 2019, at 9:46 AM, Tom Augustyn via Groups.Io <taugy@...> wrote:

Jeff,

Could you please send the attachment of the parking? I did not see it in an earlier email.

Thanks!


-----Original Message-----
From: Bill Berger via Groups.Io <wjberger11@...>
To: main <main@MTMA.groups.io>
Cc: MTMA <MTMA@groups.io>
Sent: Wed, Oct 16, 2019 8:29 am
Subject: Re: [MTMA] IMPORTANT CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT

Jeff,

That is great news! Congratulations to you and all of the officers on the fruits of your hard work. I can't wait to be able to fly the new field. 

That being said, there are not many things that would keep me away from this launch, but at this point I will probably list myself as doubtful as I am overseeing a large fundraiser on Sunday and I will be setting up and taking care of any last minute issues before the event on Saturday. 

Wishing the rest of the group many straight smoke trails!

-Bill Berger

On Oct 15, 2019 4:15 PM, Jeff Kodysz <jeffk813@...> wrote:
Greetings,

Many of you are aware that the MTMA is constantly on the lookout for new fields which would enable us to launch high-power rockets. Well, to put it simply, we're still looking.

However, we have recently been presented with the opportunity to have a secondary launch field at our disposal. Due to the NAR safety regulations this field is just slightly too small to allow full-on high-power flights, but it IS much more able to handle model and mid-power flights than our existing field in Aurora (Harmon Field).

The field in question is Barber Airport, located near Alliance, Ohio. It's about 28 miles Southeast of our current field. Being a privately owned and working airport, it is MUCH more open and accessible and it is constantly well-mowed with no high weeds to trudge through on our way to recover our rockets. It's currently also the home of the Alliance Balsa Bees R/C Airplane Club.

The MTMA has secured permission from the owners to conduct club launches there. We will begin with our next launch, on Saturday, October 26th. This launch was originally scheduled to be a bring-your-own gear launch, but we will be conducting it as a regular club launch instead. The other club officers and I went out in-between our club launches and had an informal launch there to get a better idea of how well the field would suit the club's needs and we believe it will benefit us.

We want to let you know that WE ARE NOT ABANDONING HARMON FIELD. We simply will be making use of Barber Airport as an alternate. We will be working dates into next year's schedule so that we have a number of our club launches there.

One caveat of the new field is that the owners assess a $5 per member per launch day fee to cover the upkeep of the field and keep the grass cut. This fee will be applicable to any person who comes out to fly. We believe that this is a reasonable fee and that for the ease of recovery the well-cut grass provides, that it should not be prohibitive to any member.

So, we would like to invite you out to the launch on October 26th at Barber Airport, 13754 Union Ave NE, Alliance, OH 44601. See the attached image for info on parking etc.

Please email me directly with any questions you may have and I will do my best to answer them for you.

Thanks,

Jeff

--
Jeff Kodysz
President
Mantua Township Missile Agency
NAR Section #606




moderated Re: IMPORTANT CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT

Tom Augustyn
 

Jeff,

Could you please send the attachment of the parking? I did not see it in an earlier email.

Thanks!


-----Original Message-----
From: Bill Berger via Groups.Io <wjberger11@...>
To: main <main@MTMA.groups.io>
Cc: MTMA <MTMA@groups.io>
Sent: Wed, Oct 16, 2019 8:29 am
Subject: Re: [MTMA] IMPORTANT CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT

Jeff,

That is great news! Congratulations to you and all of the officers on the fruits of your hard work. I can't wait to be able to fly the new field. 

That being said, there are not many things that would keep me away from this launch, but at this point I will probably list myself as doubtful as I am overseeing a large fundraiser on Sunday and I will be setting up and taking care of any last minute issues before the event on Saturday. 

Wishing the rest of the group many straight smoke trails!

-Bill Berger

On Oct 15, 2019 4:15 PM, Jeff Kodysz <jeffk813@...> wrote:
Greetings,

Many of you are aware that the MTMA is constantly on the lookout for new fields which would enable us to launch high-power rockets. Well, to put it simply, we're still looking.

However, we have recently been presented with the opportunity to have a secondary launch field at our disposal. Due to the NAR safety regulations this field is just slightly too small to allow full-on high-power flights, but it IS much more able to handle model and mid-power flights than our existing field in Aurora (Harmon Field).

The field in question is Barber Airport, located near Alliance, Ohio. It's about 28 miles Southeast of our current field. Being a privately owned and working airport, it is MUCH more open and accessible and it is constantly well-mowed with no high weeds to trudge through on our way to recover our rockets. It's currently also the home of the Alliance Balsa Bees R/C Airplane Club.

The MTMA has secured permission from the owners to conduct club launches there. We will begin with our next launch, on Saturday, October 26th. This launch was originally scheduled to be a bring-your-own gear launch, but we will be conducting it as a regular club launch instead. The other club officers and I went out in-between our club launches and had an informal launch there to get a better idea of how well the field would suit the club's needs and we believe it will benefit us.

We want to let you know that WE ARE NOT ABANDONING HARMON FIELD. We simply will be making use of Barber Airport as an alternate. We will be working dates into next year's schedule so that we have a number of our club launches there.

One caveat of the new field is that the owners assess a $5 per member per launch day fee to cover the upkeep of the field and keep the grass cut. This fee will be applicable to any person who comes out to fly. We believe that this is a reasonable fee and that for the ease of recovery the well-cut grass provides, that it should not be prohibitive to any member.

So, we would like to invite you out to the launch on October 26th at Barber Airport, 13754 Union Ave NE, Alliance, OH 44601. See the attached image for info on parking etc.

Please email me directly with any questions you may have and I will do my best to answer them for you.

Thanks,

Jeff

--
Jeff Kodysz
President
Mantua Township Missile Agency
NAR Section #606




moderated Re: IMPORTANT CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT

CG
 

w00t!

I will try to make it there with my mid power stuff!

-Cornelius


moderated Re: IMPORTANT CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT

Bill Berger
 

Jeff,

That is great news! Congratulations to you and all of the officers on the fruits of your hard work. I can't wait to be able to fly the new field. 

That being said, there are not many things that would keep me away from this launch, but at this point I will probably list myself as doubtful as I am overseeing a large fundraiser on Sunday and I will be setting up and taking care of any last minute issues before the event on Saturday. 

Wishing the rest of the group many straight smoke trails!

-Bill Berger

On Oct 15, 2019 4:15 PM, Jeff Kodysz <jeffk813@...> wrote:
Greetings,

Many of you are aware that the MTMA is constantly on the lookout for new fields which would enable us to launch high-power rockets. Well, to put it simply, we're still looking.

However, we have recently been presented with the opportunity to have a secondary launch field at our disposal. Due to the NAR safety regulations this field is just slightly too small to allow full-on high-power flights, but it IS much more able to handle model and mid-power flights than our existing field in Aurora (Harmon Field).

The field in question is Barber Airport, located near Alliance, Ohio. It's about 28 miles Southeast of our current field. Being a privately owned and working airport, it is MUCH more open and accessible and it is constantly well-mowed with no high weeds to trudge through on our way to recover our rockets. It's currently also the home of the Alliance Balsa Bees R/C Airplane Club.

The MTMA has secured permission from the owners to conduct club launches there. We will begin with our next launch, on Saturday, October 26th. This launch was originally scheduled to be a bring-your-own gear launch, but we will be conducting it as a regular club launch instead. The other club officers and I went out in-between our club launches and had an informal launch there to get a better idea of how well the field would suit the club's needs and we believe it will benefit us.

We want to let you know that WE ARE NOT ABANDONING HARMON FIELD. We simply will be making use of Barber Airport as an alternate. We will be working dates into next year's schedule so that we have a number of our club launches there.

One caveat of the new field is that the owners assess a $5 per member per launch day fee to cover the upkeep of the field and keep the grass cut. This fee will be applicable to any person who comes out to fly. We believe that this is a reasonable fee and that for the ease of recovery the well-cut grass provides, that it should not be prohibitive to any member.

So, we would like to invite you out to the launch on October 26th at Barber Airport, 13754 Union Ave NE, Alliance, OH 44601. See the attached image for info on parking etc.

Please email me directly with any questions you may have and I will do my best to answer them for you.

Thanks,

Jeff

--
Jeff Kodysz
President
Mantua Township Missile Agency
NAR Section #606




moderated IMPORTANT CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT

Jeff Kodysz
 

Greetings,

Many of you are aware that the MTMA is constantly on the lookout for new fields which would enable us to launch high-power rockets. Well, to put it simply, we're still looking.

However, we have recently been presented with the opportunity to have a secondary launch field at our disposal. Due to the NAR safety regulations this field is just slightly too small to allow full-on high-power flights, but it IS much more able to handle model and mid-power flights than our existing field in Aurora (Harmon Field).

The field in question is Barber Airport, located near Alliance, Ohio. It's about 28 miles Southeast of our current field. Being a privately owned and working airport, it is MUCH more open and accessible and it is constantly well-mowed with no high weeds to trudge through on our way to recover our rockets. It's currently also the home of the Alliance Balsa Bees R/C Airplane Club.

The MTMA has secured permission from the owners to conduct club launches there. We will begin with our next launch, on Saturday, October 26th. This launch was originally scheduled to be a bring-your-own gear launch, but we will be conducting it as a regular club launch instead. The other club officers and I went out in-between our club launches and had an informal launch there to get a better idea of how well the field would suit the club's needs and we believe it will benefit us.

We want to let you know that WE ARE NOT ABANDONING HARMON FIELD. We simply will be making use of Barber Airport as an alternate. We will be working dates into next year's schedule so that we have a number of our club launches there.

One caveat of the new field is that the owners assess a $5 per member per launch day fee to cover the upkeep of the field and keep the grass cut. This fee will be applicable to any person who comes out to fly. We believe that this is a reasonable fee and that for the ease of recovery the well-cut grass provides, that it should not be prohibitive to any member.

So, we would like to invite you out to the launch on October 26th at Barber Airport, 13754 Union Ave NE, Alliance, OH 44601. See the attached image for info on parking etc.

Please email me directly with any questions you may have and I will do my best to answer them for you.

Thanks,

Jeff

--
Jeff Kodysz
President
Mantua Township Missile Agency
NAR Section #606



moderated MTMA Model Rocket launch and NRC is NO GO #nogo

Wolfram v.Kiparski
 

The Saturday, October 12, 2019 launch at Harmon Field has been canceled due to threat of rain. 


moderated Upcoming Event: MTMA NRC Launch - Sat, 10/12/2019 10:00am-7:00pm #cal-reminder

main@MTMA.groups.io Calendar <main@...>
 

Reminder: MTMA NRC Launch

When: Saturday, 12 October 2019, 10:00am to 7:00pm, (GMT-04:00) America/New York

Where:http://maps.google.com/?q=Harmon%20Flying%20Field%2c%20619%20Bartlett%20Rd%2c%20Aurora%2c%20OH%2044202

View Event

Organizer: MTMA

Description: The MTMA NRC launch is to be run concurrently with our scheduled model rocket launch and has no separate schedule.  This launch is an officially sanctioned event of the National Association of Rocketry.  Anyone may participate, but only NAR members will have their flight performance entered on the National Score Board.

The events are:
1/2 Parachute Duration
1/2A Streamer Duration
1/2A Helicopter Duration
1/2A Boost Glider Duration
1/2A Altitude
B Payload Altitude

The event rules are found in the U.S. Model Rocket Sporting Code

Altimeter Useage
Fliers must either check to see if MTMA supports downloading data from your altimeter, or bring the equipment necessary to do so.
Payloads
Fliers must supply their own NAR Standard Payloads, but they must be inspected and approved by the Contest Director prior to launch.


moderated Upcoming Event: MTMA Model Rocket Launch - Sat, 10/12/2019 10:00am-6:00pm #cal-reminder

main@MTMA.groups.io Calendar <main@...>
 

Reminder: MTMA Model Rocket Launch

When: Saturday, 12 October 2019, 10:00am to 6:00pm, (GMT-04:00) America/New York

Where:http://maps.google.com/?q=Harmon%20Flying%20Field%2c%20619%20Bartlett%20Rd%2c%20Aurora%2c%20OH%2044202

View Event

Organizer: MTMA

Description: This is a regular model rocket launch to be conducted in accordance with the NAR Model Rocket Safety Code ( http://www.nar.org/safety-information/model-rocket-safety-code/ ) and MTMA launch procedures. G-impulse max.  No high power.  The public is invited to attend.

In the event of poor flying conditions, the following Sunday will be the backup flying date. Stay tuned for last minute updates.

We typically set up 15-30 minutes before the launch. Please arrive on time. We fly until 7:00 pm, or until everyone has had enough and goes home. If you arrive late, you may find that we have already flown and packed up.

Please park in the main parking lot.  Do not drive out into the field.


moderated Re: Tomorrow 9/28/2019 Launch is GO! #go

Wolfram v.Kiparski
 

Weather is great!  We're still on for night launch!


moderated Re: Tomorrow 9/28/2019 Launch is GO! #go

Bill Berger
 

Brakes went out on the car yesterday. I'll have to catch up with you next time.

-Bill

Sent from my Verizon Motorola Smartphone

On Sep 28, 2019 12:01 PM, Casey Anderson <bigwake182@...> wrote:
Get some good night launch photos to share. I’m out of town for work.

Casey


On Sep 28, 2019, at 10:29 AM, Mandy Walden <mwalden@...> wrote:

Hi all!
Sorry we haven’t been able to make the last few launches. We’re on a little hiatus as we are in the process of moving to a new house, and the kids are getting used to their new school. Hopefully we’ll be able to join you again before the weather changes. Have a great time tonight!
Best,
Mandy, Jeff, and Nico

On Sep 28, 2019, at 6:45 AM, Wolfram v.Kiparski via Groups.Io <astronwolf@...> wrote:

Yes I will bring the Red Max.

On Fri, Sep 27, 2019, 6:55 PM Jon Goldsby <jongoldsby@...> wrote:
Will you be able to bring my red max rocket?



Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone

-------- Original message --------
From: "Wolfram v.Kiparski" <astronwolf@...>
Date: 9/27/19 3:43 PM (GMT-05:00)
Subject: [MTMA] Tomorrow 9/28/2019 Launch is GO! #go

Tomorrow's launch is on, starting a 3:00 PM. Reminder - bring some food to pass for the pot luck dinner.

The forecast is about a 50% chance for rain at 5:00 pm, but those odds go down after that time. We're deciding to go for it and just see what happens. Winds are predicted to be light.

The schedule is:

3:00 - 6:00 General flying and NRC
6:00 break for dinner on the field
6:45 Mandatory night fliers' meeting - if you miss this safety meeting, you will not be allowed to fly at night.
~ 7:15 pm Sundown - Night Launch!

I know that the original announcement stated that the rain date is Sunday, September 29. But I don't do Sunday morning launches, and since I have the gear, there is no rain date if we get rained out.


moderated Re: Tomorrow 9/28/2019 Launch is GO! #go

Casey Anderson
 

Get some good night launch photos to share. I’m out of town for work.

Casey


On Sep 28, 2019, at 10:29 AM, Mandy Walden <mwalden@...> wrote:

Hi all!
Sorry we haven’t been able to make the last few launches. We’re on a little hiatus as we are in the process of moving to a new house, and the kids are getting used to their new school. Hopefully we’ll be able to join you again before the weather changes. Have a great time tonight! 
Best,
Mandy, Jeff, and Nico

On Sep 28, 2019, at 6:45 AM, Wolfram v.Kiparski via Groups.Io <astronwolf@...> wrote:

Yes I will bring the Red Max.

On Fri, Sep 27, 2019, 6:55 PM Jon Goldsby <jongoldsby@...> wrote:
Will you be able to bring my red max rocket?



Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone

-------- Original message --------
From: "Wolfram v.Kiparski" <astronwolf@...>
Date: 9/27/19 3:43 PM (GMT-05:00)
Subject: [MTMA] Tomorrow 9/28/2019 Launch is GO! #go

Tomorrow's launch is on, starting a 3:00 PM.  Reminder - bring some food to pass for the pot luck dinner.

The forecast is about a 50% chance for rain at 5:00 pm, but those odds go down after that time.  We're deciding to go for it and just see what happens.  Winds are predicted to be light.

The schedule is:

3:00 - 6:00  General flying and NRC
6:00  break for dinner on the field
6:45  Mandatory night fliers' meeting - if you miss this safety meeting, you will not be allowed to fly at night.
~ 7:15 pm Sundown - Night Launch!

I know that the original announcement stated that the rain date is Sunday, September 29.  But I don't do Sunday morning launches, and since I have the gear, there is no rain date if we get rained out.


moderated Re: Tomorrow 9/28/2019 Launch is GO! #go

Mandy Walden
 

Hi all!
Sorry we haven’t been able to make the last few launches. We’re on a little hiatus as we are in the process of moving to a new house, and the kids are getting used to their new school. Hopefully we’ll be able to join you again before the weather changes. Have a great time tonight! 
Best,
Mandy, Jeff, and Nico

On Sep 28, 2019, at 6:45 AM, Wolfram v.Kiparski via Groups.Io <astronwolf@...> wrote:

Yes I will bring the Red Max.

On Fri, Sep 27, 2019, 6:55 PM Jon Goldsby <jongoldsby@...> wrote:
Will you be able to bring my red max rocket?



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-------- Original message --------
From: "Wolfram v.Kiparski" <astronwolf@...>
Date: 9/27/19 3:43 PM (GMT-05:00)
Subject: [MTMA] Tomorrow 9/28/2019 Launch is GO! #go

Tomorrow's launch is on, starting a 3:00 PM.  Reminder - bring some food to pass for the pot luck dinner.

The forecast is about a 50% chance for rain at 5:00 pm, but those odds go down after that time.  We're deciding to go for it and just see what happens.  Winds are predicted to be light.

The schedule is:

3:00 - 6:00  General flying and NRC
6:00  break for dinner on the field
6:45  Mandatory night fliers' meeting - if you miss this safety meeting, you will not be allowed to fly at night.
~ 7:15 pm Sundown - Night Launch!

I know that the original announcement stated that the rain date is Sunday, September 29.  But I don't do Sunday morning launches, and since I have the gear, there is no rain date if we get rained out.


moderated Re: Tomorrow 9/28/2019 Launch is GO! #go

Wolfram v.Kiparski
 

Yes I will bring the Red Max.


On Fri, Sep 27, 2019, 6:55 PM Jon Goldsby <jongoldsby@...> wrote:
Will you be able to bring my red max rocket?



Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone

-------- Original message --------
From: "Wolfram v.Kiparski" <astronwolf@...>
Date: 9/27/19 3:43 PM (GMT-05:00)
Subject: [MTMA] Tomorrow 9/28/2019 Launch is GO! #go

Tomorrow's launch is on, starting a 3:00 PM.  Reminder - bring some food to pass for the pot luck dinner.

The forecast is about a 50% chance for rain at 5:00 pm, but those odds go down after that time.  We're deciding to go for it and just see what happens.  Winds are predicted to be light.

The schedule is:

3:00 - 6:00  General flying and NRC
6:00  break for dinner on the field
6:45  Mandatory night fliers' meeting - if you miss this safety meeting, you will not be allowed to fly at night.
~ 7:15 pm Sundown - Night Launch!

I know that the original announcement stated that the rain date is Sunday, September 29.  But I don't do Sunday morning launches, and since I have the gear, there is no rain date if we get rained out.


moderated Re: Tomorrow 9/28/2019 Launch is GO! #go

Jon Goldsby
 

Will you be able to bring my red max rocket?



Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone

-------- Original message --------
From: "Wolfram v.Kiparski" <astronwolf@...>
Date: 9/27/19 3:43 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: main@MTMA.groups.io
Subject: [MTMA] Tomorrow 9/28/2019 Launch is GO! #go

Tomorrow's launch is on, starting a 3:00 PM.  Reminder - bring some food to pass for the pot luck dinner.

The forecast is about a 50% chance for rain at 5:00 pm, but those odds go down after that time.  We're deciding to go for it and just see what happens.  Winds are predicted to be light.

The schedule is:

3:00 - 6:00  General flying and NRC
6:00  break for dinner on the field
6:45  Mandatory night fliers' meeting - if you miss this safety meeting, you will not be allowed to fly at night.
~ 7:15 pm Sundown - Night Launch!

I know that the original announcement stated that the rain date is Sunday, September 29.  But I don't do Sunday morning launches, and since I have the gear, there is no rain date if we get rained out.


moderated Tomorrow 9/28/2019 Launch is GO! #go

Wolfram v.Kiparski
 

Tomorrow's launch is on, starting a 3:00 PM.  Reminder - bring some food to pass for the pot luck dinner.

The forecast is about a 50% chance for rain at 5:00 pm, but those odds go down after that time.  We're deciding to go for it and just see what happens.  Winds are predicted to be light.

The schedule is:

3:00 - 6:00  General flying and NRC
6:00  break for dinner on the field
6:45  Mandatory night fliers' meeting - if you miss this safety meeting, you will not be allowed to fly at night.
~ 7:15 pm Sundown - Night Launch!

I know that the original announcement stated that the rain date is Sunday, September 29.  But I don't do Sunday morning launches, and since I have the gear, there is no rain date if we get rained out.


locked Upcoming Event: MTMA Model Rocket Night Launch - Sat, 09/28/2019 3:00pm-10:00pm #cal-reminder

main@MTMA.groups.io Calendar <main@...>
 

Reminder: MTMA Model Rocket Night Launch

When: Saturday, 28 September 2019, 3:00pm to 10:00pm, (GMT-04:00) America/New York

Where:Ray Harmon Flying Field, 619 Bartlett Road, Aurora, OH

View Event

Description:

MANDATORY Night Launch Safety Meeting at 6:45 pm 
 
Important information: 
Night Launch Requirements ( https://groups.io/g/MTMA/wiki/nlreqa
 
This model rocket launch will be conducted in accordance with the NAR Model Rocket Safety Code ( http://www.nar.org/safety-information/model-rocket-safety-code/ ). 
 
To offset additional costs, a $1 "Night Launch Range Fee" will be charged for the Night Lunch. 
 
If you miss the Night Launch Safety Meeting at 6:45 pm, you will not be permitted to launch. 
 
We will hold a normal model rocket sport launch from 3 pm until 6 pm. This is the time for verification flights of any unproven night launch rockets. We will then break for an on-the-field barbecue and resume with the Night Launch Safety Meeting at 6:45 pm. 
 
Rain Date is Sunday, September 29, 2019 (daytime launch only, 10 am to 4 pm). Stay tuned for last minute updates.


locked Upcoming Event: MTMA NRC Launch - Sat, 09/28/2019 3:00pm-7:00pm #cal-reminder

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Reminder: MTMA NRC Launch

When: Saturday, 28 September 2019, 3:00pm to 7:00pm, (GMT-04:00) America/New York

Where:http://maps.google.com/?q=Harmon%20Flying%20Field%2c%20619%20Bartlett%20Rd%2c%20Aurora%2c%20OH%2044202

View Event

Organizer: MTMA

Description: The MTMA NRC launch is to be run concurrently with the daytime portion of our scheduled model rocket night launch and has no separate schedule.  This launch is an officially sanctioned event of the National Association of Rocketry.  Anyone may participate, but only NAR members will have their flight performance entered on the National Score Board.

The events are:
1/2 Parachute Duration
1/2A Streamer Duration
1/2A Helicopter Duration
1/2A Boost Glider Duration
1/2A Altitude
B Payload Altitude

The event rules are found in the U.S. Model Rocket Sporting Code

Altimeter Useage
Fliers must either check to see if MTMA supports downloading data from your altimeter, or bring the equipment necessary to do so.
Payloads
Fliers must supply their own NAR Standard Payloads, but they must be inspected and approved by the Contest Director prior to launch.