I'm a member of my school's Student Launch Initiative through NASA in which teams from across the country send a proposal to NASA to build a rocket that goes a mile high and contains a scientific payload. My team really wants our payload to have to do with something related to UAVs and drones, but I'm really concerned about how we will fit an RC plane equipped with ARDUpilot or HappyKillmore into a rocket that has a diameter of about 4 or 5 inches. I'm really interested in the ARDUplane, so would it be possible to split the wings, attach a hinge and be ok with wiring and whatnot, or would this be near impossible? Or is there another RC plane we could use that has foldable wings that fit into our rocket? We have 7 months if we are selected for SLI so we have time to do work. Thoughts?