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All launches conducted by Teeniemunde/Tripoli Mo-Kan Inc. are done with prior permission from the landowners. Any persons found launching rockets on these properties at any other time are trespassing, and will be dealt with as such. Please wait until a scheduled launch date to launch at our location.

Teeniemünde Rocketry Club


Tripoli Prefecture #101 (Tripoli Mo-Kan Inc.)
High Power Rocketry for Southeast Kansas & Southwest Missouri.



Dimming stars, erupting plasma, and beautiful nebulae

Boasting intricate patterns and translucent colors, planetary nebulae are among the most beautiful sights in the universe. How they got their shapes is complicated, but astronomers think they've solved part of the mystery—with giant blobs of plasma shooting through space at half a million miles per hour. Planetary nebulae are shells of gas and dust blown off from a dying, giant star. Most nebulae aren't spherical, but can have multiple lobes extending from opposite sides—possibly generated by powerful jets erupting from the star. Using the Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers discovered blobs of plasma that could form some of these lobes. Click here to read article.

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December 17 at Walnut Grove
Rain Date
December 18
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