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 be limited to ensure a fair competition between teams. Teams will also be required to submit a technical report detailing their design and build.
We are now accepting teams into the competition. If you would like to take part, please fill in our registration form. This year teams will be assigned a rocketry mentor, who you are required to meet with (see the brief for more details) so the sooner you register the sooner you can start getting help from your mentor.
The above criteria are the primary goals of the competition, however, there are many aspects to the competition. Full details about the competition and criteria can be found in the competition brief and other resources below.
Please direct all enquiries to email@example.com
- UKSEDS National Rocketry Championship 2015-16 brief
- UKSEDS National Rocketry Championship Technical Guidelines
- UKSEDS National Rocketry Championship Flight Verification
- Registration: Monday 28th December 2015
- Design and build report due: Monday 28th March 2016
- Teams must launch by: Monday 4th July 2016
- Launch Report due: Monday 11st July 2016
Please note all reports are to be sent as .pdf to firstname.lastname@example.org clearly stating what team you are from and what items you are sending.
UKSEDS provides funding awards to teams entering the National Rocketry Championship
To be applicable for an award teams will have to register and have had their design reviewed by their mentor. If you would like to apply for an award please fill in the UKSEDS NRC funding application. For more information about eligibility and applying for these awards please e-mail email@example.com
The 2015/16 National Rocketry Championship is generously funded by the Royal Aeronautical Society through a Centennial Award.
2014/15 – UBSEDS, BristolSEDS
2013/14 – Just Testing, StrathSEDS