FSGC Hybrid Rockets Competition 2016-2017

For general information on this competition, including dates, locations, and requirements, see the NASA FSGC Hybrid Rocket Competition website.

The objective of the competition was to build and launch a hybrid powered rocket. There are two categories of competition to choose from. The first category consists of launching a hybrid rocket to the maximum altitude. The second category challenges the teams to fly their rocket closest to 2,000 feet in altitude. We as an organization have chosen to do both! Building of these rockets will begin as soon as possible. If you are interested in hybrid rockets, which incorporate two separate mediums, an oxidizer and a solid propellant, then contact us today!


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