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Experimental Manned Rocketry Association (EMRA)
118 Tamin Cove
Byhalia, MS 38611
United States


Phone: (601) 893-0240


EMRAA is a attempt to bring science fiction into reality, to make manned rocketry common place. EMRAA is a Internet meeting place where engineers, technicians, aviators, and craftsmen can find each other to start projects, share ideas and information, and make friends with people who have liquid rocket engines, hybrid rocket motors, and manned rocketry as a common interest. This is a association, there are no officers or dues. EMRAA is not a pie in the sky organization.

EMRAA projects will be worked on in spare time by most people. Capital will be generated by individuals, advertising sponsors, and by bartering services. Even though the aerospace giants are working on projects their is no good reason why individuals and small companies cannot get together and accomplish a lot for manned rocketry. Remember what the Germans accomplished before World War Two. If you know someone who is interested tell them about this home page.

If you have a manned rocket project of any kind we would love to hear about it. If you are building a powerful safe rocket motor or engine let us know.


Updated: October 6, 2007