Congratulations to the 2015 CanSat Teams!
Team GroundPounder won 2nd Place in the world (1st Place in the United States) while team SunStreaker placed 10th overall (6th in U.S.) and Team SkyHammer placed 11th overall (7th in U.S.) out of 67 teams at the 2015 CanSat competition!

The Space Hardware Club is a University of Alabama in Huntsville student organization. The Club is student-run and strictly volunteer. We conceptualize, design, build, test, and fly flight hardware for high altitude balloons, satellites in space (ChargerSat Program), the CanSat competition, and high powered rocketry. The Space Hardware Club is also the home of amateur radio station K4UAH.

Recent News:
Space Hardware Club Members Win the Von Braun Symposium Poster Contest!
Nathaniel Stepp won first place with his poster on "Dynamic Modelling & Altitude Control of a High Altitude Balloon Payload" and Adam Bower, Evan Unruh, and Justin Smith won second place with their poster on "Project Low Horizon - Horizon Detection through the use of Infrared Sensors".