Uh Maybe that's the best option for you but I think that a parachute in the nose cone is best, you just have to wieght the nose cone correctly so it falls off and pulls out the parachute.the key to parachute deployment is not putting the parachute in the nose cone itself and instead placing it on top of the pressurized bottle/ wherever your rocket separates. so that when the separation occurs the parachute isn't stuck up in the nose cone and is able to catch the air and deploy.
I mean like put clay at the tip of the nose cone and connect the bottle, or where ever the egg is, to the nose cone with string then put the parachute on that string.what do you mean by weigh the nose cone? Sorry for asking so many questions, but we've tried so many things, but the parachute doesn't come out. do you make the nose cone heavier? would you advise for a smaller opening (like the opening of a coke bottle) for the parachute to come out of or a larger one (like a cross section of a coke bottle)?
I don't know. It was like five or six seconds. Maybe longer. Our launches were kinda off because the launcher was freezing up and it wasn't coming off right.Can you estimate what time you got?
sorry my bro didn't log out of his accountwill this event be in any type of weather? like windy,rainy...etc?
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