Library Resources related to the hobby of Rocketry

Here is a great source for pre-flight calcution planning:

http://www.rockethead.net/Calculators.htm

http://www.aerorocket.com/index.html

How high did it go:

http://www.latech.edu/ideaplace/nasa_erc/files/resources/rockets/altitude_tracking.pdf

The Pittsburgh Space Command Rocket Club has a great library of reference material.  It is definitely worth checking out:

http://www.psc473.org/Library.htm

The one great thing I enjoy about this hobby is the sharing of ideas.  NARHAMS rocket club has a wonderful library resource that is full of great ideas and techniques.  Please check out their site for some terrific ideas:

http://www.narhams.org/library_tech.html

SEP Program Brochure

SEP program guide

SEP Teachers Resource Kit Information

Sport Rocketry SEP Article August 1994

Flamethrower Volume 2 Number 2 November December 1993

Flamethrower Volume 2 Number 3 January February 1994

Flamethrower Volume 2 Number 5 may June 1994

Flamethrower Volume 2 Number 6 July August 1994

Flamethrower Volume 2 Number 7 September October 1994

Space Sounds:

http://www.spacesounds.com/missions/missions.html

Something to use for big rocket projects:

http://www.multitronix.com/

Every Estes catalog ever produced can be accessed here:

http://www.estesrockets.com/customer-service/full-catalog/

The Titan Missile Museum in Arizona

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=7284003

The Man who helped get us to the moon and then later was stripped of US Citizenship:

http://www.scientistsandfriends.com/files/arthur.pdf

https://collections.ushmm.org/search/catalog/irn48092

This will be a place for resource material in support of the hobby for those who are interested in material that is no longer published and easy to find.

http://www.payloadbay.com/page-Tools.html

Here is something that could be useful for long range tracking for those high altitude rocket projects:

fame-shone-on-nebraska-model-rocket-pioneer

Marshall Radio Telemetry

What is Terminal Velocity:

https://spaceflightsystems.grc.nasa.gov/education/rocket/termvr.html

If you become a member of NAR, you will receive The Sport Rocketry magazine that has a lot of great articles related to space, education and how to guides to help improve your hobby skills.  Below are a few example articles from the magazine:

Model Rocket Engines Data aids Evel Knievel

http://www.canosoarus.com/10X1Skycycle/Skycycle01.htm

rx-250-lpn-indonesias-sounding-rocket

rockets-in-english-class-of-course

modular-design

marblizer-paint

1970 Articles from the Archives of NAR:

fly-a-grumpy-dog

saturn-v-launch-tower

Rocket Hobby Resources:

Rocketry

rocketry-resources

Educational material:

Space debris 1 of 3

Space debris 2 of 3

Space debris 3 of 3

http://www.aerorocket.com/products/products.html#ANCHOR7

Model Rocket Engine Theory and Design

Ammonium Perchlorate Basics

SS67B-2

ssb67b-3-construction-manual

RRS Motor Making Class 2000

"I found the training material. For those interested please check out the material below"

beginning-solid-propellant-rocket-propulsion-course-29-feb-2000-revision-2-part-1 of-3 beginning-solid-propellant-rocket-propulsion-course-29-feb-2000-revision-2-part-2 of-3 beginning-solid-propellant-rocket-propulsion-course-29-feb-2000-revision-2-part-3 of-3

2_5-inch-diameter-hardware-from-training-2000

solid-rocket-motor-design-training-2000

student-recollection-from-previous-classes-1999

Information that may be of interest:

homer-hickam-interview-1999

NRO Declassified link of interesting items:

http://www.nro.gov/foia/declass/AFTRACK.html

http://www.nakka-rocketry.net/index.html#Quick

https://www.rocketreviews.com/my-flight-stats-8999.html

https://archive.org/details/DC-X_Future_is_Now

Celebrate July 20th every year commemorating the first landing on the moon:

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