Model Rocketry Links:
General Information Websites:
PO Box 177 Altoona, WI 54720
The NAR is the first place anyone should look for answers to questions and information of any kind. The website is very user-friendly and great graphics.
This site allows the viewer to enter keywords and jump to various other sites and pages. From vendors to organizations, this site provides a solid overview of model rocketry.
This is the National Association of Rocketry's comprehensive safety code.
This site, although very long and bland, presents a comprehensive list of almost every rocketry record ever set.
Rocketry Chat Rooms:
Rocketry Online's chat room very good and usually has a decent volume of people.
Geendee's chat room, although visually pleasing and easy to use, lacks the volume of people other chats have.
The AIAA's website is very easy to use and allows the viewer to search the entire site for key words. There is also a very large amount of information to found.
The NASA webpage has a special section for questions that receive a very thorough and detailed response. The pictures are also the most impressive on the net.
The National Air and Space Museum's web page has a good appearance and great information.
This page is full of amazing experiments for the young and old alike.
This page provides the educator, or the student, with various experiments and tests to perform with rockets.
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