The Hybrid Rocket Team
We are the Hybrid Rocket team. Combining solid fuel with fluid oxidizer, a hybrid motor is safer and more controllable than a solid motor.
What we do.
Hybrid members design, test, and build a rocket from the the bottom up. On a given day, team members can find themselves doing anything: from writing computer code and mixing rocket fuel, to working with carbon fiber and making motor hardware. To date, we have successfully launched a hybrid rocket to 5,300 ft AGL. This year we are on track to complete and launch our next rocket, hopefully reaching 30,000+ ft AGL.
Learn by doing.
The Hybrid Rocket team is an all underclassmen team enthusiastically welcoming members from any and all majors, regardless of experience in rocketry. Each year we build on previous years research and experience to further improve the performance and reliability of our rocket.
We invite students to join any of our sub-teams:
Launch and Flight Control
Come find out what you can contribute! Team meetings for 2018-2019 are Wednesdays 6:30pm in Rogers Hall 226.
At this time we would like to thank the following sponsors for their incredible contributions to our project: