The San Diego State University (SDSU) Rocket Project was originally founded in May 2003 by five engineering students interested in the field of rocketry. Today SDSU RP has grown into an over fifty member group of dedicated engineering students. We are focused on designing, fabricating, launching, and recovering liquid bi-propellant rockets as well as researching emerging technologies to utilize on future rockets. With five successful launches and counting, we have a proven record of reliability in the dynamic area of collegiate rocketry.
WHERE WE LAUNCH
TAKE A LOOK INTO OUR LAUNCH SITE PARTNER
The launch site that SDSU Rocket Project uses for our testing and launching of most systems is the Friends of Amateur
Rocketry (FAR) launch facility in the Mojave Desert.
This site is a third party facility owned by Friends of Amateur Rocketry Inc. that partners with RP to allow access to a facility with equipment suitable for our scale of rocketry.
More info can be found below.
SDSU Rocket Project has a history of rocket launches leading as far back as 2003. Learning about where this club originated is a fundamental part of understanding the many efforts of the organization. Learn more by visiting out history page!