Latest Updates

  • Contest Flyers: The Medal Ceremony will be held on-field for the preceding day’s events, please see revised schedule.
  • The Adrel/North Coast Rocketry DeployMax Altimeter has been approved for NAR Contest use. Approval means the altimeter meets the requirements for altimeters outlined in the US Model Rocket Sporting Code, section 20.2. Per rule 20.2, the DeployMax can be used in NAR Competition 30 days from today or July 14, 2021.
  • Details regarding the CanAm Cup 2021: CanAm_Cup_2021 Bulletin 1.
  • Sport Range Flyers! Remember to volunteer for Sport Range duties when registering for NARAM. If you fail to register for range duty, the Sport Range Director will add you to the range duty roster at his prerogative. The link for choosing your range duty is provided once you have completed the checkout process.
  • Online T-Shirt sales ends Saturday, July 3, 2021.
  • Online registration ends Saturday, July 10, 2021 at midnight. Participants can still register at the field beginning Saturday, July 24, 2021.
  • At MARS launches the range safety officer will designate the rail angles depending on the wind speed and direction. The angles are designed to keep rockets from flying over the flight line and towards the Museum buildings. There may be temporary altitude restrictions if the wind blows towards the Museum to prevent recovery drift into buildings/airplanes.
  • MARS requires all rockets flying on F powered and higher to use rail buttons. With the exception of spools, saucers and mono-copters ALL Rockets, F powered and above, both sport and competition models must be flown off an appropriate size rail OR flown out of an RSO approved tower! Launch rails are superior to round rods in every way and are an integral part of our system to control rocket flights. As stated above saucers, spools and mono-copters are exempt from the rail button requirement.