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Anxiously awaited by rocket amateurs throughout the world, Amateur Rocket Motor Construction by David Sleeter is finally in print, and ready to ship! Sizes range from a tiny C-6 to an I what will take a 3-foot rocket to 7, feet. Burn times range from 0. Construction costs for the other motors fall somewhere in between. Nineteen chapters cover everything from safety and buying or making the chemicals to propellant formulation, motor construction, and homemade test equipment.
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View Larger Image. Ask Seller a Question. Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket. Written for people who aren't rocket engineers, "Amateur Rocket Motor Construction" teaches the reader how to make real solid fuel rocket motors with simple tools and easy-to-find materials.