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The "best" failures two failures I've witnessed was a balsa and tissue V-2 replica hitting a bird about 20 feet in the air. Neither party survived.
:The most heartbreaking was a high-power rocket built by a buddy. The launch went great, but when it came time for the chute to deploy, my buddy slapped his forehead and groaned "I forgot to power up the altimeter circuit". It augered in and left a small crater with parts scattered all over the place. The chute survived.
Bioreactors have been prohibitively expensive. Until now.