October Sky weekend moved to October 21-22|
The weather isn't cooperating for our upcoming launch on October 7 and 8. There will be too much wind and high risk of rain both Saturday and Sunday. We're going to use our backup date and hope for the best on October 21 and 22.
GO for VIPE 2017 July 8 and 9!|
We are GO for VIPE 2017 this weekend! The weather forecast isn't the greatest, but we should have a decent enough Saturday to launch. On Sunday we'll need to keep our fingers crossed: there could be rain.
Most forecasts show little to no wind all weekend.
See you all on the field! The entrance is at the same place as last year, on "rang 3" in St-Prime.
Go for Rocket Fest 2017 this weekend|
The weather starts off nice for the 2017 season as we are looking at a great Saturday to launch with mid-range winds, clear skies and temperatures warm enough to enjoy the day, followed by an even more favorable Sunday, showing conditions of low wind and some slight cloud cover. This means that we are officially "GO" for this weekend's launch.
It won't be our usual scalding hot May weekend, so bring a warm shirt just in case. For the most part it should be an excellent weekend to launch rockets: See you there!
The 2017 schedule is published! Rocket Fest on May 20 and 21|
We've just published the full season schedule for 2017 in the events section, and it starts with Rocket Fest on May 20 and 21! If you're interested in eventually obtaining motor reloads for this event, please consult this link: http://www.clubqf.ca/en/ev-information.html#motorinfo
Stay tuned for updates on the season opener Rocket Fest as we make preparations and eventually issue weather reviews.
October Sky 2016 GO for October 9 and 10!|
We are GO for October Sky 2016 on Sunday and Monday only, with Saturday being too cloudy, windy and rainy to launch! The launch should be set up at our usual primary spot (rang Letendre) in St Pie de Guire, the same place a last May.
We're going to try lauching as early as possible starting around 10am. Setup should start at 8am and if you can make it, we'll appreciate all the help we can get!
Don't forget to bring your radios if you have any, as the tall corn may make searches more complicated. As previously mentioned, a lot of the crops should still be standing.
For those showing up after the safety briefing, please consult the RSO for any precautions or warnings specific to the given day.
|© 2017 Québec Rocketry Club - All Rights Reserved|