This quote comes off of the aerotech website.
"AeroTech started producing rocket motors for the motion picture special
effects industry in the early 1980's. AeroTech rocket motors have been featured
in numerous motion pictures since then, and you can look for them in the
upcoming films "Starship Troopers" and "Tomorrow Never Dies". AeroTech also
supplies rocket motors to educational institutions and rocket parts to other
hobby rocket kit manufacturers. AeroTech kits and motors were recently featured
in a National Geographic article and PBS television show on thunderstorm
So, there we g, the answer to my (our)question.
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