Elastic Launched Glider

(section: 3 / paragraph: b / line: 3)

2015-11-12 16:04 The rules state that "The functional components MAY be attached to each other using tape, thread or glue. However could the wing or horizontal stabilizer be attached to the fuselage stick by way of a rubber band?

No, rubber bands are specifically not allowed to attach the wing or stabilizer to the fuselage for safety. The wing or stabilizer could become separated from the fuselage during launch.

(section: 4 / paragraph: c / line: 1, 2)

2016-03-02 12:27 If the students are registering 2 gliders or planes, does each glider or plane need its own flight log?

No, each glider or plane does not require its own flight log. The purpose of a flight log is to keep a continuous record of all flights of the gliders or planes you have built and tested.

(section: 4 / paragraph: l / line: 3-5)

2016-01-15 21:28 Does the flight time stop when the glider touches a light or AC fixture or brushes against a wall since, it technically stops for a brief moment and then continues flight, or is it just if it perches on a fixture?

No, the flight time only stops when the glider is no longer supporting its own weight. This can include landing on the floor or getting hung up on any sort of obstacle. Simply touching something does not stop flight time.

(section: 5 / paragraph: d / line: 1)

2016-02-09 20:47 Is not having flight logs 30% deduction in score only or 30% deduction and tier/ranking issue?

Not having a flight log is only a 30% deduction in score, it does not effect the tier.