Amateur Rocket Reaches 121,000 ft (37 000 m)
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The 'Qu8q' amateur rocket reaches an altitude of 121,000 ft (37 000 m) - three times above the typical cruising altitude of an airliner (39,000 feet).

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Tech Specs: 8 inches diameter (20 cm) - 167 inches long (4.2 meter) - 320 lbs liftoff weight - 3,200 ft/s Max velocity (2,181 mph = 3511 km/h) - 92 seconds to 121,000 ft - full recovery 3 miles from launch site.   The density of the air at 121,000 ft is 1/2 percent of the air at sea level.  You can see Northern Nevada and Northern California in the video. The geometric horizon is 428 miles (685 km). You can spot Mt. Lassen and the Pacific.
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