This section of our site will provide you with a wealth of
information from other sites of interest with regard to model rocketry.
National Association of Rocketry Educational Pages: (NAR) is the
oldest and largest sport rocketry organization in the world. Since 1957, over 80,000
serious modelers have joined the NAR to take advantage of the fun and excitement of
organized rocketry! This section of their web site has been custom tailored for
visiting educators like you!
The IGNITE Foundation: The IGNITE
Forum: Fully moderated, family friendly rocketry related
web-forums that allow you to enjoy the stories, experience, and excitement of a large and
growing model rocketry community.
Model Rocketry Reviews: a wonderful source for information about
FlisKits model rocket kits as well as kits from model rocket companies around the country!
EMRR's web site provides reviews and articles, contests, motor and flight logs, CP and
RockSIM libraries and a whole host of other items of note.
on-line: ROL has a wealth of information about model and high power
rocketry. Information on their site includes updates on new products, auctions, forums,
launch calendars, reviews and so much more.
America Rocketry Challenge: (TARC) is an aerospace design and
engineering event for teams of US secondary school students (7th through 12th grades) run
by the NAR and the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA). Teams can be sponsored by
schools or by non-profit youth organizations such as Scouts, 4-H, or Civil Air Patrol (but
not the NAR or other rocketry organizations). The goal of TARC is to motivate students to
pursue aerospace as an exciting career field, and it is co-sponsored by the American
Association of Physics Teachers and NASA.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA):
The home of the American space program. This is where it all begins. Where the
science happens, the challenge, the discovery.
Aerospace Industries Association: AIA and the
National Association of Rocketry (NAR) are proud to sponsor the 4th annual Team America
Rocketry Challenge, the largest model rocket showcase on the planet. This year's Challenge
is to design, build, and fly a model rocket carrying a raw egg and return it safely to the
ground while staying aloft for exactly 45 seconds and reaching an altitude of 800 feet.
Other useful links on the FlisKits web site:
Free downloads: Including
real flying model rockets, plans and more!
Photo albums: Photo
albums of many club launches, classes and national events!