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Old 05-25-2008, 01:14 PM   #1
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Announcement Welcome to Backyard Rocketry :: SAFETY FIRST!

Greetings Orbinauts!

I recommend getting very familiar with the National Association of Rocketry's Safety Guidelines before attempting any form of rocketry! Check here for links to it all: http://www.nar.org/safety.html

There are plenty of other rocketry organizations out there. It wouldn't kill you to read as much safety information as you can, though it CAN kill you if you do not!



Any information shared on this forum is shared only for educational or personal use.

In the U.S., Rocketry is governed by the National Fire Protection Association. Other countries have similar laws. Check with your local fire officials if you cannot locate your local laws online.

I'm not sure how many of us are out there, but we thought it would be nice to have a forum for those orbiter users that want to boldy go one step outside the simulator.

This forum is for any discussion related to home-made rockets, big or small, with commercial motors, or ones you've made yourself. There are lots of different facets of this kind of rocketry. Whether you're into Model Rocketry, High-Power Rocketry, or Amatuer and Experimental rocketry, you've found the right place.

Just like building an actual spacecraft, Discussion can cover a wide array of topics from planning, purchasing, fabrication and construction, testing and evaluation, and of course; we want to see pictures and videos!

This is also a place to discuss other amatuer rocketry projects such as the Google Lunar X-Prize, the N-Prize, as well as other amatuer record attempts, such as SS2S (Sugar Shot To Space).

To Infinity, and Beyond!

NEXT -> http://www.nar.org/safety.html
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