|On this page, you'll find links to sites that have information about predicting the altitude of a model rocket.|
|Altitude Prediction (Information Links)|
RockSim A altitude prediction program from Apogee Components. Considered one of the easiest to use, and yet one of the most advanced rocketry programs available.
http://www9.50megs.com/rocketguy101/ Centuri "TIR-100" Altitude prediction charts. File size is pretty huge, but it will give you some idea of what programs like RockSim accomplish.
How to Track Your Rocket's Altitude? Click Here
For articles on this subject check out the Peak of Flight index. This is a list, by topic, of all of the great articles the Peak of Flight put out over the years.
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