Rocketry Safety Codes

UROC is Section 523 of the National Association of Rocketry and the Tripoli Rocketry Association's Utah Prefecture. Through our affiliation with both of these respected National organizations UROC has a great launch capability. The hobby's excellent safety record is solidly rooted in a successful Safety Code program.
 
The NAR and Tripoli Safety Codes are made up of simple, common-sense rules and guidelines. UROC Launches are held in strict accordance to these codes. Certain launches will be held under certain codes dependant on the event's primary purpose. For example, a Sport launch which usually hosts model rockets, mid-power, and some high power launches would typically be held under the NAR Model and High Power codes. A Research Launch would be held under the Tripoli Research Safety code.
 
Please check with a UROC officer if you are unsure or have any questions regarding this policy:
 
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HellFire 22

August
Thursday
3
Even from a safe distance, when a rocket three times your height roars up from the Salt Flats to 25,000 feet in less than a minute, you feel a blast of heat, you feel the ground shake and you feel...
08:30 AM

Member Meeting

September
Monday
11
We will hold the ever-popular "HellFire Post Review" as well as other presentations to be announced.
07:00 PM

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PO Box 26584, Salt Lake City, UT 84126
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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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