Length 10' 4 3/4"
Dry weight 37 #
Motor M-1315 (75/6400)
|Motor diameter||75 mm|
|Total impulse||6686 Ns, 1503.073 #-sec|
|Calculated burn time||5.3 seconds|
|Maximum thrust||2666 N, 599.341 #|
|Average thrust||1260 N, 283.259 #|
|TMT designation||M1260-0 (30% M)|
|Motor length||31.52 inches, 801 mm|
|Total weight||12.6 pounds, 5.720 Kg|
|Propellant weight||7.700 pounds, 3.496 Kg|
|Specific impulse||195 #-sec/#|
48" Spherachute in the Video (escape) Tower
60" Spherachute in the Mercury Capsule with a 20" drogue chute
12' SpectraChute in the booster with a 20" drogue chute
1 gram BP main decoupling charge in a 1/2" x 19" pvc pipe. This charge holds two Davey Fire e-matches (2001 A/N 28b), one from the main flight computer and one from the back-up flight computer.
1 gram BP Tower recovery charge with Davey Fire ematch (2001 A/N 28b), fired from the 2 second Perfect flight timer
1 gram BP Capsule recovery charge with Davey Fire e-match (2001 A/N 28b), fired from the Capsule flight computer (G-Wiz MC)
Booster - GWiz LC used as the primary flight computer for the booster and will fire the decoupling charge at apogee
Capsule - Gwiz MC used as a back-up to the primary flight computer for the decoupling charge but will also deploy the Capsule's parachute using its low altitude deployment channel.
Tower - Perfect Flite Timer with a 2 second delay is used to deploy the tower parachute. Note: The delay allows the capsule time to pull away from the booster.
2.4 GHz transmitter and camera in the escape tower looking down supplying a live downlink feed of the flight to the ground crew.
Aiptek DVII system (seriously stripped down) records the view within the capsule
Aiptek DV4500 will record the classic view looking down from the booster.
Single central 75mm x 31.25" motor mount with steel retaining clamps
Four 38mm x 13" motor mounts with steel retaining clamps. Note these are for optional use (aka room to grow)
Three 13mm "retro pack" motor mounts. Note these are for optional use