NARAM 58 is currently underway, and there is a wonderful web site, NARAMlive.com, where you can get a flavor of the action. I was perusing this site yesterday, and noticed a spectacular series of images taken at NARAM's opening sport launch on Saturday. They depict a rocket suffering a motor malfunction (CATO), and were so striking that I downloaded the set. After I did so, I noticed that NARAMlive had posted on its YouTube channel a live video of the flight, so let's take a look at that first, in real time:
Pretty cool, eh? Now consider this animation I made of the downloaded images:
This is one of the most awesome CATO sequences I have seen, so good in fact, that it prompted me to get off my rear and do a blog post. That is awesome indeed!
If you have some time, check out the NARAM action at NARAMlive.com. Makes me wish I was there (my last NARAM was NARAM 30, back in 1988)...