If you've heard of SHC, you might have heard about our general introductory project OneMonth. Since 2016, L1 Month has served as the Space Hardware Club's introductory rocketry project. Participants learn basic manufacturing and design techniques and construct their own high-power rocket. At the end of the project, participants will fly these rockets to attempt a Level 1 Certification with the Tripoli Rocketry Association.
HILT is developing a custom formulation of solid propellant to support the SABER balloon project. Their goal is to formulate, send for manufacture, and test a variety of solid rocket motors to optimize SABER's performance. This project began in 2018.
In 2017, a team of club members was formed to develop a liquid-powered rocket and accompanying payload to compete in the 2019 Intercollegiate Rocket Engineering Competition at the Spaceport America Cup. The team will be competing in the most prestigious of the competition's six categories with a nitrous oxide and ethane powered rocket with a target altitude of 30,000 feet. This project marks a significant milestone in the history of the club as this is the first time the club has designed and manufactured a liquid rocket engine.
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