[Planet News] R104: NAR S&T NEW MOTOR CERTIFICATION

The following motor has been certified by NAR Standards & Testing for general use as a Model Rocket Motor effective August 1, 2006.
Aerotech: G77R 29mm X 146mm G77R-4,7,10 102.9 Newton-seconds total impulse* 100.5 Newtons Peak Thrust* 59.1 grams propellant mass
*-Sea level corrected value     
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Planet News wrote:

Looks cool ...
Obvious dumb question ... do you have to be certified level 1 to fly this motor ?
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John wrote:

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It's a model rocket motor, as the average thrust is 80N.
John
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Johnly wrote:

kool !!!
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Johnly wrote:

Check the total impulse with your orgs limit.
Some G's are considered High Power.
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AZ Woody wrote:

Join the IAR. They don't need no stinking limits.
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this is not one of them.
no need to create extra confusion.
IF a G is under 80ns AVERAGE and under 160ns TOTAL, and has a propellent weight of <b.5grams,
then it is a model rocket motor.
if anyone of those is over, then it is a HPR motor.
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Planet News wrote:

*But* best of all, it comes with a Firstfire ignitor... :-)
Great motor BTW...

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