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NEAR is an ideal organization established the summer of 1995, gathering people with any interest in rockets. We span the whole area of rocketry, from small models made of paper, balsa and with ready-to-fly black powder motors to large experimental composite, liquid and hybrid rocket motors made of steel, aluminum ...
Oregon Rocketry (OROC)
Oregon Rocketry is a non-profit corporation organized to promote the advancement of model, sport and amateur rocketry; to provide educational services relating to rocketry and aerospace sciences; and to provide a forum for the exchange of information among members, rocketry enthusiasts, and the general public.
Ottawa Rocketry Group (ORG)
A club made up of rocketry enthusiasts from the Ottawa area. We launch rockets in Kanata year round.
Pacific Rocket Society (PRS)
The PRS has been an active amateur rocketry group for many years now. They have some very ambitious project in the works, including launching rockets into space. Their projects range from large solids, hybrids and liquids and membership is open to anyone with an interest in amateur rocketry.
Pan Handle of Texas Rocketry Society (POTROCS)
POTROCS is a Tripoli affiliated prefecture, #92, located in Amarillo, Texas. We currently have a membership of 105, with members holding Tripoli or NAR certificates from Level 1 to Level 3.
The Personal Spaceflight Federation (PSF) is the industry association of leading businesses and organizations working to make commercial human spaceflight a reality.
We were formed in July of 1990 by local NAR members who felt that there was a need in the Delaware Valley to organize, and promote their hobby. PARA members are of all ages and have diverse interests within the hobby. Our members build model rockets that fly on 1/2 ...