Browse posts from all of the rocketry blogs.
Browse a selection of the most interesting posts from the rocketry blogs.
The AKS Rockets Blog documents Alex, Kaelan, and Simon's model, mid, and high-power rocketry projects.
Alex Zoghlin documents his effort to obtain Level 3 Certification from the Tripoli Rocketry Association.
Andrew's Rocketry Shop is the blog of a young man starting his own rocket kit manufacturing company.
The Bayourat Aerospace Blog covers space exploration, hobby rocketry, and amateur rocketry.
Beyond Blue is an aviation and space company.Model rocketry posts often appear in their blog.
Kyle Gossett's rocketry blog.
Edward Mitton's rocketry blog
David McCann's attempt to "to save people from having to see endless FB and TRF posts about my adventures."
Dick Stafford's Rocket Dungeon includes articles on rocket construction, the history of rocketry, and, of course, rocket girls.
The DTH Rocket Endeavors Blog covers low and mid-power rocketry.
A rocketeer in Norway builds hybrid rockets.
GRC is an officially chartered section (#790) of the National Association of Rocketry (NAR) and is operated as a non-profit organization to promote the hobby of rocketry in the Columbia Gorge area of Washington.
Greg Smith is certified Level 3 and is a Level 3 TAP.
Posts about high power and experimental rocketry from James Grover's amateur rocketry site.
Information about the Heart of Virginia Association of Rocketry, NAR section 704.
Articles on high-power rocketry, astronomy, and other topics.
Amateur Rocketry, Model Rocketry, RCandy Rocket full, Nixie clocks, nixie tubes (Nixie Rohren) and dekatrons. Fire calls and homebrew beer. And a bit of electronics just for good measure.
Follow David Cszostak's progress from model rockets to Level 1 certification.
Sales, specials, and new product info from JonRocket.com.
Josh and Jess Tschirhart's blog covers the building and flying of scale models of rocket vehicles for NAR competition. The site includes descriptions and photos of their scale model projects, articles about Research and Development projects and model design, dimensioned scale data, photos of real rocket hardware, and a portfolio of 3D CAD models and related 2D design projects.
Chris Michielssen's Model Rocket Building Blog is an excellent resource for rocketry hobbyists. Chris is an expert modelerer and his blog is full of excellent tips on building and finishing rockets.
The Model Rocketry Club of India is non-profit association which provides a platform for students to participate in Rocket Competitions and encourage participation in international competition.
Experiments in low and mid-power rocketry. Scratch build, kit built and kit bashed rockets all flow to learn and expand my understanding of the rocketry hobby with a goal of moving into high-power flight.
The Odd'l Rockets blog covers the latest odd-rock creations from the mind of Chris Michielssen.
Orlando, Florida, Rocketry News
Roger Smith's personal rocketry blog.
Randy Dorman's blog discusses amateur and experimental rocketry.
Kris Olmstead, alias Rawkit Gurl blogs about her high power rocketry adventures.
A rocketry blog by Rich Holmes, "a human who knits, morris dances, plays melodeon and clarinet and ukulele, but not simultaneously, has a family, likes science and math and Macintoshes and Android, builds and flies model rockets, dabbles in electronic music, makes bad jokes, and generally consumes oxygen."
Daniel J. Petrie's blog presents rocketry topics from a beginner's point of view.
Bill Cooke's rocketry blog.
Rocketry news and information about RocketReviews.com.
Stuart Powley flies with the Dallas Area Rocketry Society.
Sirius Rocketry's blog.
Kirk Groeneveld's rocketry blog.
Value Rockets blog covers new product announcements and other information from Aerotech.
The Waterloo Rocketry Team is a student design team composed primarily of undergraduate students at the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Ontario.
Wayne Hill's blog features "Rocketry History, Paper Rockets, Space, and the tales of a Rocketeer."
The XPRS 2011 Blog documents the XPRS 2011 launch at Black Rock, Nevada, of September 12-18, 2011.