1 ¼ aluminum tubing, soldered washer on end, woodened bullet shape nose cone, had black powder/ stamp glue mix, raised 6ft and made a "poot" sound and fell into a cloud of gray smoke. first to fly!!!
Steel body with welded steel bar stock, sat spewing sparks for a minute, took off 10ft and bounced off a tree, then went up 20ft and "dropped like a dead bird"
built like Auk II and twirled up, twanged off a maple tree, and thudded into side of the mountain
"whoosh" down the mountain, barely missed the mine, landed in coal dust beside the railroad track and took a chunk out of a brick building
Nozzle was more shaped, shot three weeks after Ike died hot flame spurted from bottom as it leapt off the base leaving a white trail, went 4100ft
zinc-sulfer mix, detonated on launch pad, sending shards of steel everywhere. Made Greenish White smoke
Auk XXII - B
while trying to determine thrust, zipped down the tube, jerked the plank off the sawhorses, divided into the slack, bounced once whizzing over blockhouse and hit a hornet's nest
Zincoshine feul, 4ft in length, streaked out of sight with thundering sound echoeing through mountains, was up forty two sec and went 7,056ft! was eroded out
a stretched out version of Auk XXIII, filled six inches with zincoshine (mixed 2/3 sulfer and 1/3 zinc) curved throat on rocket, wouldn't start cause cork fell off so the used firecracker fuse and it zipped out of sight, 48sec and went 8500ft!
Peaked at the predicted 15,000 ft and fell down range. The hit bent the metal casement and shattered the wooden nose cone
1.25 inch wide and 3.5 feet long, the zincoshine was not all the way cured. It reached 9,000 ft with a silver column of smoke.
At first, it bent slightly toward the crowd, but straightened up flying past Rocket Mountain and hitting a yellow jackets nest.
designed for 20,000 ft and was six feet long and two inches wide. Also, it almost reached 4 miles into the atmosphere.
designed for 20,000 ft and was 5 foot 10.5 inches tall and 2.25 inches wide. It reached a total height of 23,000 ft. Quentin was excited, jumping up and down.