Location: drivewayWeather: low 90's, wind 0, clearTotal flights: Today - 2; YTD - 4Total motors: Today - 2; YTD - 2Motors by class YTD: H2O - 2, MMX-2Artemus Astronaut Build Notes:This was made from a little foam astronaut that was handed out by ULA/Boeing at the Apollo 50 Celebration. This was a quick build using hot glue. I sliced out some of the foam and glued in the motor mount (T4 tubing with a motor block made from T3 and a balsa plug). The fins were cut from an Estes motor blister pack. I used an Estes lug so I didn't have to search for my MicroMaxx launch rods.Flight Report:Even though it is foam rubber, the Astronaut is a tad heavy for the MicroMaxx motor. I didn't even hazard a guess at its stability. I figure it was soft and wouldn't go far. I was right, I guess it flew to about 10ft and boinked nicely on landing. I flew it twice.The video is here.