The 2015 Student Rocket Launch is scheduled for Saturday, July 18. Come enjoy a day of rocketry as three ULA intern-built, high-power sport rockets – including the largest to launch from the state of Colorado – blast off from a launch site just outside Pueblo, Colo., and travel thousands of feet into the air.
This year, three ULA intern rockets will launch 17 payloads built by Ball Aerospace and elementary, middle and high school students from across the country. Visit the Payloads page
to learn more.
Download the 2015 Rocket/Payload Lineup
to see the three rockets that will blast off at this year’s event.
The largest rocket, the Future, is more than 25 feet tall and will launch approximately 9,000 feet above the ground!
Attending the Event
The Student Rocket Launch is free and open to the public, but RSVP is required. After you RSVP, look for an email with schedule, map/directions and further event information.Click here to RSVP
Spectators can get a close-up view of the rockets from 8:30-9:30 a.m., and the launches are slated to begin at 10 a.m., with the final ULA launch taking place at noon. (Please note times are approximate.) Dozens of other sport rockets also will launch throughout the day.
To keep up to speed with updates to the launch schedule, click here or call the ULA Student Rocket Launch hotline at 303-269-5741. You can also join the conversation at www.facebook.com/ulalaunch
; hashtag #StudentsRockIt.
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Getting Involved in 2016
Elementary, middle and high school student teams can apply to build payloads for the 2016 launch. Visit the Payload Information Page
for more details.