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Superstition Spacemodeling Society / Tripoli Phoenix
c/o Bob Heninger
17632 N. 58th Lane
Glendale, AZ 85038-3828
United States


Bob Heninger, President and Prefect: (623) 505-3964
Bob Heninger, President and Prefect: azheninger@cox.net
Darrel Burris, Vice President: vp@sssrocketry.org


The Superstition Spacemodeling Society (Tripoli prefecture #47) was formed in 1989 to bring together the rocket enthusiasts in the Phoenix metropolitan area. Through the combined efforts of many members since the formation of SSS, a launch area which meets the approval of state, local, and federal (FAA) authorities, is currently being used.

The Current SSS site Which we share with AHPRA is located on Chandler Heights Road east of Rainbow Valley Road, southwest of the Estrella Mountains, and allows rockets through O motors, and clustered and complex high power rockets. The waiver for this site is 7500 ft, with windows to much higher altitudes.


Updated: October 20, 2007