Our Mission:

To maintain a sustainable team dedicated to the gaining of knowledge through the designing, building, and launching of reusable rockets with innovative payloads in accordance with the NASA University Student Launch Initiative guidelines.

Rocket

The 2012-2013 rocket utilizes a rib and stringer structure  and unique fin design. 

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Payload

The Ramblin' Rocketeers will design, build, test, and fly an electromagnetically levitated plate within their rocket. This plate will be stabilized against the motion of the rocket providing a vibration-free environment for the payload in an experiment known as A.P.E.S., or Active Platform Electromagnetic Stabilization.

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Flight Systems

The Ramblin' Rocketeers will pursue a comprehensive Internal rocket system to include all experimental components, required electrical components, and necessary avionics. Together, these elements comprise the core areas of expertise within the Flight Systems team.

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Outreach

The Ramblin' Rocketeers’ goal is to engage and inspire children through hands-on activities and memorable learning experiences in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math. 

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2012-2013 Sponsors

 

          

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

GPS

Once the launch vehcile has landed the ground station will transmit the location data to the GPS Pendant. The GPS Pendant will then be able to direct the recovery team to the launch vehicle. 

 

FIRST Lego League Regional

 

FIRST, For Inspiration and Recognition in Science and Technology, is a series of international robotics competitions for students from 3rd -12th grades.  FIRST Lego League is an engineering competition designed for middle school children in which they build and compete with an autonomous MINDSTORMS robot. Every year there is a new competition centered on a theme exploring a real-world problem. 

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