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U.S. Water Rockets, World Reknowned from their Appearance on Discovery Channel's "Mythbusters", has created a new Windows Compatible Screensaver Program containing hundreds of dazzling images from their 2005 Water Rocket Flights.

After repeatedly smashing their current WRA2 Altitude Record for Water Rockets, and garnering national attention for their numerous Television appearances, the people at U.S. Water Rockets have taken time away from their busy design and launch schedules and have one again repeated their yearly tradition of creating a Free Microsoft Windows Compatible Screensaver for their fanbase. This photo montage chronicles their previous year of Water Rocket launches.

This year, their screensaver includes record flights from all three of their remarkable World Record Water Rockets. Images taken by the X-10, X-12, and X-14 Water Rocketsare all featured, including some spectacular reverse angle view photos and plenty of aerial footage of their new remote launch area. Not only that, but the Screensaver also includes including the U.S. Water Rockets' world famous Fall Foliage aerial tour.

The new Screeensaver is simply loaded with breathtaking views from high altitudes, and ground camera footage from dozens of launches that kids young, old and young at heart will enjoy

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: •  2005 Screensaver (11,042Kb zip)
2005 Screensaver preview.

USWaterRockets 2005 aerial photographs screensaver.

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