STARS

We are looking for other exisiting Rocketry Clubs in Australia??

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03flyer
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STARS

Postby 03flyer » Fri Apr 27, 2018 10:04 pm

I’d like to try and start a rocketry club in Tasmania.
I have the time and money but have no patience for bureaucratic bullshit so I need some gentle guidance.
I have no problem applying for the Launch Control Officer & Range Safety Officer Course, and I plan on attempting my level 1 and 2 certification with QRS in the near future.

I’m currently using AT 24, 29 and 38 CTI engines in clusters and breaking all the rules out of frustration.
I’d like to start doing the right thing.
Any help will be appreciated.

S.T.A.R.S
Southern Tasmania Amateur Rocket Society.
Go big or go home

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SpaceManMat
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Re: STARS

Postby SpaceManMat » Sat Apr 28, 2018 10:48 am

Contact AMRS info@rocketry.org.au

Blake and Dave has extensive experience dealing with bureaucrats and all the intricacies of setting up and running a club.

All the best.
QRS: 124
AMRS: 32 L2 RSO
Highest Altitude: 13,647 feet
Fastest Flight: Mach 1.55
Largest Motor: CTI 1115J530 IM
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Re: STARS

Postby lorstin » Sun Jul 15, 2018 8:43 am

caveat emptor :?


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