National Rocketry Championship Winners


It gives us great pleasure to announce the winners of this year’s National Rocketry Championships. It was a close call with two teams only points away from each other but Team Enillwyr from the University of South Wales came out on top as our winners for 2018/19! Congratulations.  Their rocket called The Element reached an […]

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National Rocketry Championship 2018-19 now open!

National Rocketry Championship 2018-19 now open!

We are happy to announce that the 6th National Rocketry Championship is now open for teams to register. Teams are trying to get their rockets to the highest possible apogee using an only a 3 grain 29mm Cesaroni reloable rocket motor. Teams will also be judged on their design and interesting features of their rocket. Check […]

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National Rocketry Championship Winners 2017-18

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Another team has taken glory to become the winners of the UKSEDS National Rocketry Championships 2017-18. Drum roll, please. Our Champions for this year are UWEBAR our branch from the University of the West of England. We loved their 3D printed fin can with removable fins and custom boattail and interesting parachute mounting method. In […]

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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

Keele University Rocket

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 named ‘The Flying Squirrel’ flew on a Pro Cessaroni G250-Vmax and reached an altitude of 227m. They also designed a 3D printed fin can which included three rotating cylinders to […]

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