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We are a group of Rocketeers that are dedicated to the quality of the hobby. We build large scale rockets for fun.
Armadillo Aerospace is a small research and development team working on computer-controlled LOX/ethanol rocket vehicles, with an eye towards manned suborbital vehicle development in the coming years. The team currently consists of a bunch of guys, a girl, and an armadillo named Widget. Our fearless leader, John Carmack, ...
The Association of Experimental Rocketry of the Pacific (AERO-PAC) is the Northern California and Northern Nevada prefecture of the Tripoli Rocketry Association. We hold three high-power rocketry launches a year at our launch site in the Black Rock Desert.
Austin Area Rocketry Group (AARG)
Section 585 of the National Association of Rocketry (NAR) and Prefecture #54 of Tripoli Rocketry Association. This group launches small model rockets in the Austin, TX area. AARG was officially formed on August 15th, 1998 and you can be a part of it!. The club is a family oriented organization ...
The Australian Space Research Institute (ASRI) is a non-profit organization run entirely by member volunteers. ASRI is entirely funded through member contributions and the generous support of our corporate sponsors.
This is the website for Big Sky Rocketry Association. We are the first NAR section (#623) and Tripoli Prefecture (#113) in Montana. We have two launch sites. One is in Billings, Montana, toward the eastern end of Montana. The other is south of Butte, Montana, in the southwest of Montana. ...
We are the Rocket Club for the West Midlands and were set up in October 2000 by a group of like minded, local rocketeers. We named ourselves after the UK's "Black Knight Rockets" of the 1950's.