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GoFast Rocket Launch Black Rock Desert Nevada 2014

Let us never forget what happened in Nevada… Go Fast CSXT & JPI launched the highest and fastest rocket with GoPro cameras (FISHEYE LENS) mounted on the sides to achieve some amazing footage. Feel free to leave your thoughts and comments below. Thanks for watching.

Watch at 7 min 32 seconds when the rocket suddenly, at 73 miles, smashes into the dome – the “waters above”. It sounds like a toilet flush –  an obvious water sound.

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so i’m the i’m the team leader of the
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group
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and designer of the rocket really kind
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of managed the whole event
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and then i was also the launch conductor
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um you know did all the countdown
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the gopro cameras actually all three of
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them did shut down on temperature
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and the cameras were all mounted to the
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outer skin
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of the rocket which does get really hot
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from the aerodynamic heating
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uh during the the boost portion of
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flight in fact some of those areas can
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get upwards of
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you know three or four hundred degrees
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and the photographs from space or the
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first that’s ever been captured
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from uh amateur rocket that’s actually
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reached space
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and on top of that um you could actually
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see the moon
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in in those um off you know off from the
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horizon which makes those photographs
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even more spectacular
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um that white object that goes
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fluttering by
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um could have been an alien for all we
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know it’s uh
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i have no idea what it is it might have
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been something that was in the
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booster when it separated and yeah we
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saw that too it’s a curious object
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we weren’t too far from where we had
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actually tracked it was on the other
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side of those mountains in that uh
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in that on that desert floor um and we
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were probably
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on the helicopter we were probably still
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maybe maybe three or four miles from
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where it was but
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you know unless you know where it’s at
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or have a good idea it’s really hard to
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see it we first got down on the ground
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in the area where the where the rocket
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was we couldn’t see it we could not find
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it and
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we actually found these drag marks we
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followed that drag mark
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about three quarters of a mile and then
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and then
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came right up to uh where the payload
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was
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in the course of the month that it was
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sitting out there the winds had picked
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up that parachute and dragged that
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payload section
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uh at least three quarters of a mile to
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its final resting spot where we found it
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i was talking to kai michaelson a couple
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of nights ago and we were
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just reminiscing about this flight and
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all the things that we experienced
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and uh both of us felt like the you know
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10 years is just way too long to wait
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for another one so hopefully it won’t be
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too many more years and we’ll be out
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there again to defeat our record

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