Just as long as we beat the University of Utah. Oh sorry I was thinking of my
dream of winning in football again.Well done. It is always great to
hear success stories of events I did not know about. What is even better is to
know that innovation in little things leads to innovation in bigger things. (But next time maybe the landing can be a little smoother - BYU's
rocket parachute failed to function driving there rocket two feet into the
ground.)Note: The University of Minnesota came in second this year
with a launch of only 204 feet. So the 883 feet was a monster win.
To infinity and beyond.
I thought these were serious students and engineers, until I saw the Nemo
fish......now I KNOW they are legit!Way to go, fellas!
Not a huge surprise...ate a Wilkinson Center taco once whose effervescence
nearly put me in orbit.
Even an engineering adjudicator shouldn’t do public math...
Thats quite a feat....Double the height of the previous record holder. Great
Way to go, fellahs! What a great way to fund your interests. BTW, the
adjudicator in the video said that BYU "almost doubled" the record set
last year of 429.7 feet. However, 883 is more than double the old record.