• Altimeter Bay

    A closer shot of one of the altimeter bays used in Kip's Workbench 2.0 vehicle.
  • Altimeter Bay 2

    Close up of the other Alt bay from Workbench 2.0
  • Earth Selfie

    Kip Daugirdas sends his 2-stage project up and it returns with amazing video captured from a GoPro installed in the body of the rocket. The rocket was recovered 15 miles from where it was launched after flying to over 27 miles into the sky! 

  • Kip Daugirdas with Workbench 2.0

    Kip explaining some of the design aspects of his rocket (Workbench 2.0) which he reached 145,000ft with at Balls in 2016. This was a the April UROC meeting.
  • Workbench 2.0

    Kip and some club members taking a closer look at Kip's 145K record holder.
  • Workbench 2.0

  • Workbench 2.0 fins

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Member Meeting

Zipper - A condition in which a slot is cut in an airframe by a shock cord. This condition is caused by early or late recovery system deployment, in which the recovery system deploys while the...
07:00 PM

May Launch

This launch will be held as a two-day event. We have permission from the BLM for overnight camping at the launch site. We invite members to camp out Saturday evening and take advantage of the great...
08:00 AM

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About UROC

The Utah Rocket Club is an Not for Profit organization dedicated to the promotion of safe and fun activities for people of all ages through the sport, science, and hobby of rocketry. The Utah Rocket Club supports the community through educational presentations, demonstration launches and displays for youth groups, nonprofit organizations, etc.

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