Here's a name that will take you back, the Brighthawk was a 2.6 inch kit offered by North Coast Rocketry. It featured a core 29mm motor mount and 2 outboard 29mm mounts. This was my first rocket that flew a recording altimeter, and my first rocket that used dual deployment. It flew for the first time on a cold, cloudy day at Bird's Nest Airport February 13, 1993. That first flight was powered by an Aerotech H97 and no outboards, and made the staggering altitude of 1,260 feet. Of course, this design is just begging to be clustered, so flight 4 was powered by a core H180 and two outboard F25s, ignited simultaneously. The flight photo (and thumbnail) show this flight. Though simultaneous ignition is cool, higher and safer flights are produced by airstarting the outboards. The rocket has 21 logged (and at least 3 unlogged, pre-altimeter) flights. The highest was 3,201 feet, powered by a core H220 airstarting two outboard G40s at Skye Dance. It also produced a cool flight at Valley Mills with a core H180 airstarting two outboard G25s. That flight made 3,008 feet.