This was our first high pressure fiberglass rocket. It was also our first rocket to reach 1000 feet. This rocket uses a custom 16mm nozzle with parachute deployment being controlled by a Servo Timer II.
Shadow II is a rebuild of The Shadow after it crashed. It is slightly longer and has a higher capacity than The Shadow.
The Inverter was an experimental rocket and was designed to have the central core full of water with the outer cores only full of air. It uses a single 16mm nozzle.
This is a large rocket made up of fiberglass reinforced 2L bottles. It has been developed in several different variants with the largest having 3 x 10L drop-away boosters. At launch this rocket weighs close to 20Kg.
This was our first serious attempt at building a high performance water rocket. It utilizes carbon fiber for reinforcing the pressure chamber. It exists in 2 variants with version II currently holding our altitude record at 1941 feet. It uses a custom 15.5mm nozzle.
L1ght Shadow was designed to be a rocket that can fly on both 38mm solid propellant motors ( H and I impulse) as well as compressed air and water. The rocket was designed to achieve an L1 certification.