He was very interested in the MLAS project and will be keeping tabs on us. I for one am thrilled at the amount of exposure the project is getting. He expressed his support and said there were some people that might be of service to us. He is going to ask around and get back to me sometime next week.
There has been other company's interested in the project, for teaching purposes, which is one of the reasons we are working so hard on the details.
As I explained to Chris, the plan is to duplicate all the events as they happened on the flight. From the boost skirt drag separation to the re-orientation chutes and the CM separation. Although I think the timing on the Shroud- CM separation will be shorter than the original.
As many of you know Team ARC flew the 8" model this past Saturday with success.
We are working on the boost and coast skirts this weekend and are trying to get the 2ft model ready for NSL in a few weeks?? We will keep pictures and postings coming regulary, along with as much information as possible.
I will be posting notes from this week’s round table. Also I will be adding pictures of the construction of the shroud. We are starting that tomorrow.
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Rick "Scratch" McKee
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