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Welcome to RocketReviews.com (formerly Essence's Model Rocket Reviews or EMRR). 

RocketReviews.com is the home of almost 5000 reviews of rocketry kits and products. Written by visitors to RocketReviews.com like you, the reviews cover everything from low-power model rocket kits to high-power rocket motors.

The site's Flight Log allows you to record and share your rockets and their flights.  The Builds feature helps you document your rocketry projects. 

At RocketReviews.com, you'll also find a large collection of rocketry resources such as a list of rocketry clubs, a calendar of rocketry events, and large libraries of OpenRocket design files and Rocksim design files. A number of rocketry tools and calculators are available to help you design, build, and fly your rockets.

As you explore RocketReviews.com, you'll also find a number of fun things such as a huge library of rocketry videos and a collection of photo albums.

RocketReviews.com Community

Note: The Community.RocketReviews.com web site is down right now as the software is being updated.

The RocketReviews.com Community adds a new layer of social interaction to RocketReviews.com. Log in with your registered RocketReviews.com email address and password to join the Community.

You can now manage your Flight Log at Community.RocketReviews.com. While you can continue to manage your Flight Log here (and the information is shared between the two sites), I encourage you to try using the new site.

The forms at Community.RocketReviews.com for entering and editing flights are much better than the ones here and they will continue to be enhanced as time goes by.

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The mobile site allows you to view and enter flights in your Flight Log and to view and add rockets to your Rocket Gallery using simple controls designed for smartphones and tablets. You must have an existing RocketReviews.com account which the mobile site will ask you to log into.

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Today's Featured Review

Centuri - Scram-Jet (5174, KF-4) [1973-1981]

Manufacturer:Centuri
Style:Scale-Like

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Contributed by Bill Eichelberger

Brief:
The Scram Jet along with the Nomad (and the Jayhawk in a lesser sense,) were Centuri Corporation's versions of pseudo-scale missiles. Produced from 1973-80, the original Scram Jet was powered by an 18mm engine. Switching to 13mm power was one of several mods I made in an attempt to clean up the looks of the rocket while sacrificing as little performance as possible.

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Today's Featured Flyer

Scott Broderick

AKA: Scott Evil

Location: Wisconsin-USA

Certification Level: 2

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Too Rollin' (Red)Stoned


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Photo by Dick Stafford

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RocketReviews.com Blog: Presidio, Texas, Rocketry Teacher Gets Green Card
Two years ago, Shella Condino, a Texas teacher known for using rocketry to inspire and educate, received a letter from the US Immigrations Service saying, “You are not authorized to remain in the United States and to depart as soon as possible.” A Texas congressman investigated and learned that the letter had been sent by mistake. Shella Condino now has a “Green Card” and continues to inspire her students in Presidio, Texas. Earlier this year, she once again, lead a team of kids to the Team America Rocketry Challenge finals. The team finished fourth over all in the ...
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Model Rocket Building: Fliskits MACME Shrew Build, Part 1, Parts
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Model Rocket Building: Quest Aurora Build, Part 1, Parts
This catalog page is from the 1992 Quest Catalog. The Aurora was Quest kit #3002, a parasite boost glider. The model is 15" tall built around a sturdy 25mm Quest body tube. The face card description says: "The boost glider is modeled after the new, top-secret successor to the SR-71 spy plane. Glider jettisons booster at 500 feet and glides back to earth while booster returns via 12 inch parachute." I bought this one a few months back at the Orlando Hobby Spot store. They have a very limited rocketry selection but occasionally you can find an interesting older kit. The kit was marked ...
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