Aspirespace is an enabling U.K. rocket engineering society that trains up the next generation of rocket engineers and enthusiasts through hands-on rocketry projects, supervised and safety-monitored by professional rocket engineers.
We have over two decades of experience in the design and construction of small rocket vehicles and associated hardware. Our activities include the design, construction and testing of rocket engines, rocket vehicles, and spaceplane prototypes, designed to explore new ways of cheaply accessing the fringes of Space.
The society is a membership-based organisation. Our members are engineers, scientists and other enthusiasts with an interest in building and operating rockets and space hardware, with the common dream of adding to Britain's own nascent space launcher programmes. Please join us on our quest!
To find out more about this exciting society, take a journey through our web site by selecting the links above. We update our technical papers regularly and there is a wealth of information here for the space enthusiast.
Rick Newlands, Aspirespace Chairman
This website was last updated on: 08/11/2017 23:29:17
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Winter 2017: Flight computer and new rocket vehicles taking shape for launch next year.
Summer 2017: Swift Mk 5 radio-controlled test-model debuts at the International Rocket Week; it flies well.
Summer 2017: Aspirespace mourns the loss of our friend and fellow rocketeer Andy Norrie.