Cornell Rocketry Team


Successful Subscale Launch

CRT takes to the skies with a successful subscale launch! With the fruits of all the subteams’ efforts finally coming together, things really took off this Halloween weekend. CRT is now working to propel themselves to even greater heights. Happy Halloween! And don’t eat the R-Candy!

Family Science Night at Parker Elementary School

CRT members had a blast helping out the Ithaca Sciencenter host their family science night at Parker Elementary School. From creating stomp rockets from paper and 2L bottles to seeing the stars in a portable planetarium, we had fun during every activity. Huge thanks to all the families and kids who stopped by

Camera Field View Tests

Controlled Landing Mechanism subteam performs camera field of view tests to evaluate mounting options

Project Proposal Submitted

CRT has submitted its project proposal, detailing designs for a rocket with controlled roll and landing capabilities! Check out our proposal here:

Binghamton's Teach to Code

CRT at Binghamton's Teach to Code event this weekend

New 3D Printer

Kicking off the year with the first job on our new 3D printer. We're ready for better prototyping this year!

Chewbacca in Upson

Chewbacca, who flew for us in the 2015 Nasa Student Launch, now stands on display in Upson Hall!

Lower-Power Research Rocket Investigation

We are keeping up the work over the summer! Last weekend we launched a low-power research rocket to investigate a new method of airbraking proposed by Kevin Liu.

3rd place overall in the NASA SL this year!

Congratulations to Vanderbilt University for 1st place and River City Rocketry - University of Louisville for 2nd! It was a pleasure watching all the launches! Check out full results here:

NASA OSPARC certificate of appreciation

This year, we were able to work with NASA OSPARC on reviewing high school engineering designs for their competition. Thank you to the National Institute of Aerospace for the certificate of appreciation!