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National Rocketry Championships 2017-18

National Rocketry Championships 2017-18

UKSEDS are today launching the fifth National Rocketry Championship. This is an exciting competition for student groups from around the UK to compete and show off their rocketry skills. This year teams are challenged with designing, building and launching a mid-power rocket with the primary goal of reaching the greatest apogee possible. Motor selection will […]

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Winner of National Rocketry Championship 2016 – 17

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We are happy to announce the winners of the fourth UKSEDS National Rocketry Championship: Team SPARK from our branch SPARK from Keele University. Their rocket ‘The Flying Squirrel’ flew on a Pro Cessaroni G250-Vmax. Reached an altitude of 227m. They also designed a 3D printed fin can which included three rotating cylinders to produce a […]

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AstRoSoc Project Aether Success!

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Students from our University of Leicester Branch – AstRoSoc, have filmed breathtaking footage of the Earth’s curvature, using a high altitude weather balloon. The unmanned balloon and sensor payload reached an altitude of 23.6km, putting it at 1.7 times the altitude ceiling of a 747 airliner. In conditions close to a vacuum with ambient temperatures around -56oC […]

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Winner of National Rocketry Championship 2015 – 16

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UKSEDS is pleased to announce the 2015 – 2016 winner of the National Rocketry Championship: Cranfield Space Program with their rocket, Rockety McRocketface to a winning apogee of 828 meters. If you are interested in entering the 2016 – 17 National Rocketry Championship, check out the rules. Motor: Cesaroni two-grain G126 White Thunder Length: 62 cm Maximum […]

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National Rocketry Championships 2015-16

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UKSEDS are today launching the third National Rocketry Championship. This is an exciting competition for student groups from around the UK to compete and show off their rocketry skills. This year, it is being supported by the Royal Aeronautical Society Centennial Fund. This year teams are challenged with designing, building and launching a mid-power rocket […]

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UKSEDS National Rocketry Championship 2014-15 Winner!

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Please hold on to your fins… UKSEDS National Rocketry Championship 2014-15 is now over and we are proud to announce that we have a winner. Look on in awe at the team that will be clad in golden light, their heads adorned with centering rings and epoxy stuck to their fingers forever. The Champions for […]

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Surrey EARS High Altitude Balloon flight

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  On the 7th June 2015 EARS travelled to Cambridgeshire to launch a high altitude balloon (HAB). On this occasion our HAB was carrying a payload for a company called Databarracks and for the Surrey Space Center. Databarracks had requested that we fly a Microsoft Server 2003 DVD case to help them commemorate the end of […]

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XRT-C: Time to start building!

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Over the past couple of months, there have been lots of exciting developments in the XRT-C project. We’ve been busy ordering components and planning foundation digging trips, and very nearly have all the pieces we need to put together a radio telescope. The first thing to arrive was the dish, ordered from RF Hamdesign in […]

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Project Dragonfly: Sail to the Stars!

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A team of space engineers are collaborating in an interesting study to find solutions for methods to explore the Centauri star system. The Centauri star system is 4.3 lightyears away from Earth, and the challenge lies in sending a spacecraft which has to travel through the interstellar medium, survive the long journey and then explore […]

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XRT-C: Amplifiers – Temperamental, but Necessary

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by Sam Morrell – XRT-C Science, Outreach and Press & Publicity teams. XRT-C members were given a demonstration of a working radio telescope at the University of Exeter by lecturer and veteran radio astronomer, Dr. Chris Brunt. Throughout the demonstration, Chris stressed the importance of high quality electronics and a low noise environment for your telescope. […]

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UKSEDS Branch Project Grants Available

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Almost all hands-on projects undertaken by UKSEDS members are run by our branches. We therefore offer funding to branches in order to support these activities in the form of a Branch Project Grant. Student Unions are more willing to support existing society activities which have a successful record. The grant aims to provide branches with […]

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