July's winner is, once again, Bill Beggs of Highland Ranch
Colorado. Here are a few photos of his latest entry in the HyperTEK
photo contest. The photos were taken of his 11.5"
diameter V-2 at LDRS 21 in Amarillo Texas on July 14 2002. The
successful flight was recovered about 100 yards away from the launch
Motor - HyperTEK HT-M3500-98-MS using an M1015 HyEFX fuel grain
Mount - 98 mm with an Aero Pack motor retainer
Diameter - 11.5"
Length - 96"
Recovery - One Spherechute XXL
Electronics - One Adept ALTS25 at 2,072' and one Missile Works RRC2X
Liftoff Weight - 85.3 lbs. fully fueled
Launch Stand - Extreme Rail (10')
Special Features - Rear ejection, tail-section mounted electronics,
Maximum Thrust 4" motor tube, 1/8" aluminum thrust plate
"The flight was absolutely perfect."
TRA 5258 L3 TAP
NAR 70094 L3
Photo Contest Rules
Submit your photos of HyperTEK's in action and you could win!
From time to time, we will select a winner from entries received and
we'll post the picture here on our website. Prizes won't be boring hats and tee-shirts but real
HyperTEK products including reloads kits, motor hardware and more!
At the end of the year, we will give away a complete HyperTEK Ground Support System
to the individual who submits the best picture of the year.
Send us your photo submissions in JPEG, TIFF or GIF formats to:
Send it to us in the highest resolution possible. You can also mail an original photo to us at:
Cesaroni Technology Incorporated
P.O. Box 246
Gormley Ontario CANADA
Please include details about the rocket and the launch so we can include a story with your photo.
By submitting your photos, you agree that the photos become the property of Cesaroni Technology Incorporated and you also agree that Cesaroni Technology Incorporated can use the photos on this or any other Cesaroni Technology Incorporated website, advertisement or product brochure to promote
(Photo credits will be given to the person submitting the photograph.)