With Queensland Rocketry Society's last public open day for the year on tomorrow, it is a great opportunity to see what this fantastic hobby is all about leading up to the largest rocket launch in the Southern Hemisphere, Australian Rocketry's Thunda Down Under 2015.
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Ari Piirainen talks rockets on Channel 10's Scope
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Pip Russell visits Ari Piirainen to continue her journey with rocketry. Hasn't Ari's collection grown 😉
Who doesn't love a rocket - the bigger the better - and there are no bigger homemade rockets than those at the Queensland Rocketry Society Launch day.
Next Sunday (July 14), they will launch between 50 and 60 rockets at their launch site at Cedar Grove. Some of the rockets are up to three (3) metres tall!
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Ari Piirainen on Extra with Doug Murray
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Adam Cox from Totally Wild visits QRS at Cedar Grove to watch Ari's Intimidator 4 take to the skies. Unfortunately Pip Russell couldn't make it out this time, but Adam sure had a 'blast'
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Adam Cox from Totally Wild visited QRS' Cedar Grove launch site to see how awesome rocketry is