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Summer Rain- Operation to return Corporal Gilad Shalit, and to prevent the passage of terrorists to the rocket launching grounds, and so disrupt the repeated attempts to fire projectile rockets at Israel
11 Apr 2007
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Meet Rocket Raja. The Rocket Propelled Postman who goes great lengths to deliver mail fast. Amusing commerical
5 Jun 2007
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Bad Dad Episode 015 - Having fun with our air rockets. Keep in mind these simple rules to keep everyone safe: Find a big empty field. Set up away from other people. Try not to stand over the launcher. Keep your hand off the pull cord until everyone is clear of the launcher. Don't aim the rocket at a person or animal. Have fun!
7 Jul 2007
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Blast off like a F-16 Fighter Jet! These girls in this video wet their pants! "The Rocket" from AuquaWorld Cancun, Mexico
16 Jul 2007
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EVerybody want it..... The Rocketeer (Cliff Secord) is a superhero created by writer/illustrator Dave Stevens that first appeared in a back-up feature of Pacific Comics' Starslayer #2 (1982). The character is a homage to the pulp heroes of the 1930s and 1940s.The Rocketeer was a stunt pilot who discovered a mysterious jet pack that allowed him to fly. The character's adventures were set in 1938 Los Angeles and Stevens gave them a retro, nostalgic feel, influenced by, among other things, Commando Cody movie serials and pinup diva Bettie Page.Rocketeer stories appeared in short installments from 1982 to 1995, published in Pacific, Eclipse Comics, Comico Comics and Dark Horse Comics.
20 Aug 2007
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let see how to create the rocket and crash it. it's really fun. ya don't do this in the city. try it in the open ground --Sent via *******heyspread**** : Upload videos to multiple sites quickly
21 Aug 2007
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PLEASE READ: i used gorrilla tape and taped a rod from LOWE'S, that fits the mini rockets that i got from wal-mart, that uses AT-10 model rocket engines. i taped the rod to a rubber band gun and drilled a hole an inch above dead center of a square sheet of LEXAN and used it as a shield from the hot gases from the rocket, and used a safety fuse in the back and jammed a small piece of paper in the hole to keep the fuse in, you can also just use the launch pad that you should use to launch rocket with, they can be bought in a kit at wal-mart. You can see the launch, but you can't see the rocket very well after it leaves the platform, but it went all the way down that grassy road and to the trees. i will be releasing a lot more rocket related stuff in the future. if you like this, subscribe to me, because i have a lot more where that came from!
4 Sep 2007
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Static test of my homemade solid rocket fuel H-Class motor. I used a potassium nitrate/sugar fuel based on Jimmy Yawn's work. The rocket was fired on a homemade thrust scale. The scale is maxed out by 70lbs, but the motor clearly exceeds that. I'm currently working on an airframe to hold the motor. The motor was constructed of steel gas pipe and is very heavy, but we'll see how she flies someday.....maybe......
8 Sep 2007
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Historic movie taken from rocket as it goes from the ground into space. Original soundtrack. On Oct. 24, 1946, a Nazi designed V-2 rocket launched from White Sands Missile Range, in New Mexico, USA. Its 35mm movie camera recorded its ascent by snapping a new frame every second and a half. The rocket reached an altitude of 64.94 miles (103.67 kilometers). Then, as planned, it fell back to Earth at 500 feet per second and slammed into the ground. The metal cassette which held the film remained intact. The launch was made possible because the US military and intelligence services had smuggled hundreds of Nazi scientists into the country in an project codenamed 'Operation Paperclip.' At the time, the Russians were also grabbing up as many Nazi scientists as they could. It was the beginning of the space race. Some of the German scientist gained recognition and honors in America until their pasts were discovered. See Operation Paperclip at Wikipedia. I believe that the camera on the V-2 was pointing NE, and that the main mountain range you see in the video is the Tularosa Mountains.All the best video at www.sumo.tv Historic movie taken from rocket as it goes from the ground into space. Original soundtrack. On Oct. 24, 1946, a Nazi designed V-2 rocket launched from White Sands Missile Range, in New Mexico, USA. Its 35mm movie camera recorded its ascent by snapping a new frame every second and a half. The rocket reached an altitude of 64.94 miles (103.67 kilometers). Then, as planned, it fell back to Earth at 500 feet per second and slammed into the ground. The metal cassette which held the film remained intact. The launch was made possible because the US military and intelligence services had smuggled hundreds of Nazi scientists into the country in an project codenamed 'Operation Paperclip.' At the time, the Russians were also grabbing up as many Nazi scientists as they could. It was the beginning of the space race. Some of the German scientist gained recognition and honors in America until their pasts were discovered. See Operation Paperclip at Wikipedia. I believe that the camera on the V-2 was pointing NE, and that the main mountain range you see in the video is the Tularosa Mountains.
6 Oct 2007
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Bumbleride is known for unique, fresh style and great function with their collection of strollers. The Indie is a new product that replaces the Rocket. Check it out, you'll love it.
22 Oct 2007
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viewed from the rocket
11 Nov 2007
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I think some female had to do something with the rocket construction ;)
29 Nov 2007
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