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"Association of Experimental Rocketry of the Pacific" organizes regular high power rocket launches in Northern California and Nevada.
Resources for amateur and experimental rocketeers.
Ben's Chemical Propulsion
Tutorials on amateur experimental rocketry, along with videos, launch reports, and pictures.
Connecticut Tripoli and National Association of Rocketry. Lists launch information, recent launch photos, contact information or member application.
Designing Rocket Motors
Publications, articles, software and discussion groups about chemical rocket motors.
Digital Wireless Firing Systems
Digital electronic firing systems for the model rocket enthusiast.
International Experimental Aerospace Society
A knowledge base containing information on experimental rocketry, regulations of various countries, and information on grant opportunities.
Jetex Engineering Works
Reference resources about Jetex and Jet-X micro rocket motors and propellants, plus gas generator experiments and propellant development projects
National Association of Rocketry
The NAR is the oldest and largest sport rocketry organization in the world.
Pacific Rocket Society
An experimental rocket society, dedicated to liquid propulsion research.
Richard Nakka's Experimental Rocketry
General information on what amateur experimental rocketry involves, and considerable specific information on motor and rocket design.
The Reaction Research Society is the oldest continuously operating amateur experimental rocket group in the United States.
Swiss Propulsion Laboratory
SPL develops propulsion elements for sounding rockets like LOX valves, injectors, regeneratively cooled combustions chambers, igniters, propellant feeding systems and thrust test stands.
Information on how to build the SS67B-1 liquid propellant rocket engine.
Tripoli is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement and operation of non-professional high power rocketry. Tripoli has members in the United States and 20 countries around the world.
Vlaamse Raket Organisatie
The Flemish Rocket Organization aims to promote rocket related sciences, including research into motors and propellants, flight electronics, and the design, constructing, testing and launching of rockets. English and Dutch.
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