Spaceport Rocketry Association

Premier rocketry organization serving the Florida Space Coast since 1973


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Spaceport Rocketry Association, Inc. (SRA) is the premier rocketry organization serving the Florida Space Coast since 1973. Highlights include demonstrations at the Kennedy Space Center & Patrick AFB, a Commemoration Launch with Astronaut Alan Shepard and a space tribute launch at EPCOT. SRA continues community involvement by providing demonstrations and supporting educational programs. Combined low and high power launches are conducted (up to 13.5K') on the 3rd Saturday in Palm Bay from 11am to 4pm.

SRA is a Florida Not For Profit Corporation and is tax exempt under IRS Code, Section 501 (c) 3.


What's New at Spaceport Rocketry Association


Date

Recent News or Updates

03/16/2018 Updated Clup Records
Alex Pavlik set a new L motor altitude record of 11467'
03/16/2018 Posted the March Newsletter. The club newsletters provide a recap of the monthly launch activities, upcoming events and other items of interest. SRA members have access to the newsletter archive in the Members Only area.
03/09/2018

Brian Urban (brian the motorman) will also be on site tomorrow, March 10, 2018 selling Aerotech motors

03/08/2018

SRA Launch Update

OK. Here we go. This months launch has been moved again. Due to NEFAR not being able to use their launch field this weekend and the Power Parachute Fly-in at the Compound on our normal launch day.

We are moving our launch to Saturday March 10th , which is this Saturday. So now we will be able to use the New Launch Field (WOO .. . HOO)! Though March is a dry month for the area we will be watching out for Red Flag Warnings so watch the clubs web sight for further launch dates.

Sorry NO SPARKY MOTORS!

So far this months launch is a GO

for This Saturday March 10th

At the New Launch Field


Get Launch Field Directions at the Contact Us/Request Directions

02/21/18

Photo gallery has been updated. Uploaded photos from January & February launches. All current SRA members can also upload their photos once logged into gallery using SRA username & password. Once photos have been uploaded, they must be approved by administrator so it may be a day or so before they are available for viewing in gallery.

01/29/18

Posted the Febuary Newsletter. The club newsletters provide a recap of the monthly launch activities, upcoming events and other items of interest. SRA members have access to the newsletter archive in the Members Only area.

01/29/18

Bernie Lalime (Good Luck Rocketry) has supported SRA for many years, however he has announced that he will no longer be providing on-site support. Bernie will continue to be a supplier for SRA and he will fulfill orders via e-mail. No shipping or Haz-Mat fees will be incurred. Bernie will transfer ordered items to one of the SRA members who see him on a regular basis at the NEFAR launch (second Saturday) and they will deliver the items at the SRA launch the following week. Payment arrangements will be worked out between Bernie and the purchaser.

 

SRA is on Facebook and Facebook users that participate in SRA launches are encouraged to join the group. SRA will be posting photos and events, and it will be a great place for SRA members and guests to share and inquire about our hobby/sport.

Visit https://www.facebook.com/groups/srapalmbay/ and click the Join button. Or if in Facebook, search for "Spaceport Rocketry Association" and select the Public Group.

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2018 Special Events

Jan 2018

Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) NASA Student Launch.

The NASA Student Launch is a research-based, competitive and experiential exploration project that provides relevant and cost-effective research and development to support the Space Launch System, or SLS.  Research topics are conceived by the SLS Program Office in collaboration with SLS industry partners. Payloads developed by teams address research needs of different subsystems on the SLS. The teams will share the research results, which will be used in future design and development of SLS and other projects.

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