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  Rocketry


Solid and Liquid Launch Vehicle Development

Our Vehicles

Here are some of our more recent and/or notable rockets

Ursa was a solid powered 2 stage rocket launched in 2017. It's target apogee was 30,000ft and it a successful seperation and second stage ignition. However, the sustainer was unable to be recovered due to a tracker failure. 

Spitfire was a vehicle launched in 2016 at the Battle of the Rockets Planetary Rover competition. Its goal was to deploy an autonomous rover at an altitude of 2,000 ft. The rocket placed 2nd. 

Awwwww Thanks is a vehicle designed to carry CanSat payloads or equivalently sized payloads for test flights. It's been launching since 2017, and carried multiple team's test hardware.