World’s largest launched amateur rocket built through Air Force Educational Partnership Agreement

Students from the University of New Mexico’s Rocket Engineering Team built the world’s largest launched amateur rocket through an Educational Partnership Agreement with the Air Force Research Laboratory, Directed Energy and Space Vehicles Directorate. Under the agreement, students utilized Air Force facilities for building a similar version of the PGM-11 Redstone rocket for real world and predicted performance comparisons. (Courtesy Photo)

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