Well after years it finally works.

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Re: Well after years it finally works.
« Reply #90 on: October 09, 2019, 02:43:32 PM »
How about you define exactly the requirements for the chamber and its adjacent parts.
I will when I get feedback from CFC.

I am all for making the experiment as transparent as humanly possible. Listening to everyone's suggestions in doing that and removing any possibility of "trickery", which can of course only be done with full transparency.

This involves cameras, angles, rocket design (the rocket itself as well as it's holder etc) and really anything else.

Though making a clear top for the unit, that would be further than I want to go. This is the only thing so far I am not willing to put the time and money into.
Is the lid about 3 feet in diameter?
Can you not get hold of that size acrylic a few inches thick?
What would the cost be? $300?



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Re: Well after years it finally works.
« Reply #91 on: October 18, 2019, 08:31:32 AM »

Just in case it ends up in your spam, I've send you a PM with some private matters. You may want to read it.

Thank you, send an other one.

What is the strongest vacuum you can and are willing to pull consistently without stressing the chamber too much?

Would love to see more photos and maybe a vid.
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