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U.S. Water Rockets releases Water Rocket Camera Photo Screensaver using fall foliage images taken from their 2004 world record flights.

U.S. Water Rockets has assembled a spectacular new version of their famous screensaver using images of fall foliage taken from their 1,600 foot high world record water rocket launches

After smashing their recent WRA2 Altitude Record for Water Rockets, Team U.S. Water Rockets has taken more time from their busy launch schedule to produce another in their series of critically acclaimed Windows Screensavers.

The newest screensaver chronicles the U.S. Water Rockets' history, including their most recent world record flights which coincided with the local seasonal peak in autumn foliage color. Included in the latest screensaver are never-before-seen launch images as well as the world famous Water Rocket Camera Aerial Photosgraphs that U.S. Water Rockets has been come to be known for!

Packed with breathtaking views of the local scenery framed by rich blue sky populated with gorgeous white clouds illuminated by the mid afternoon autumn sun, the new screensaver is sure to be a crowd pleaser for viewers of all ages.

The file is being distributed for free from U.S. Water Rockets, and a link is included below to download the file.
The system requirements are:
  • 300MHz Pentium III or higher
  • 32 Megabytes of free RAM
  • 16 Megabytes of free disk space
  • 640x480 16-bit color video card and monitor

If you are interested downloading the screensaver:

Download: •  2004 Screensaver (5,068Kb zip)
2004 Screensaver preview.

U.S. Water Rockets photo screensaver with a cornucopia of spectacular fall foliage images taken from up to 1,613 feet in the air"

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