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Thank you for visiting the University of Connecticut, Storrs AIAA Student Branch. We are a growing branch hosting multiple high-effort, college engineering teams:

Propulsive Landing: This team is shooting to be the first college team to successfully landing a rocket using an automatic retro-propulsion system.

Design, Build, Fly: This is the first year our student branch will be competing in the intercollegiate aircraft competition hosted by our national organization.




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UConn AIAA Rocket Feature Skywalker

AIAA Rocketry Team standing proudly alongside the solid fuel motor casing, which was fired on Crow's Island Airport in Mass. on 2/22/20

This exact motor will propel our Class M rocket at IREC during the competition season in June!

Check out the static fire video!

Static fire of our student developed O-6900 class solid rocket motor from 2019.

An identical motor carried our 14', 175 lb rocket to nearly 24,000' at IREC the following June!