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We are part of the national organization of advanced non-professional rocketry called the "Tripoli Rocketry Association". We are also known as Tripoli Long Island, Prefecture #29, the first and oldest group or "Prefecture" in New York State. We are also part of the "National Association of Rocketry (NAR)", and are ...
MARS are an enthusiastic and committed group of young individuals who are working "to put Britain back in space" through the development of rockets and rocket related technologies. MARS are not a government agency, MARS are not a company, MARS are an amateur group funded through private donations and corporate ...
Tripoli prefect #68 in Maryland. They also fly HPR and model rockets. Visit the web site for more information and membership details.
Masten Space Systems is developing a line of Vertical Takeoff and Vertical Landing (VTVL) launch vehicles that provide reduced costs and a larger range of mission options by focusing on development and operational processes that ensure speed to market, extremely fast turn around times, and an almost retail purchasing experience.
Tripoli prefecture #94 in New Jersey.
Team-1 is Michigan's oldest, largest and most experienced High Power Rocketry club. Founded in 1988, we now have over 100 members, and it's those members that make Team-1 Michigan's premier rocketry group. Team-1 flies everything from the largest N powered rockets to the smallest Estes rockets and everything in between. ...
The Minnesota Amateur Spacemodeler Association, MASA, is a rocket club with members throughout the Minneapolis / St. Paul (Twin Cities) metropolitan area and surrounding regions. MASA was officially formed in January 1998, and it became section #576 of the National Association of Rocketry (NAR) shortly thereafter.