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3D Printed Rocket Payload for the McGill Rocket Team

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We 3D printed this payload for the McGill Rocket Team's new rocket for their upcoming competition.  

McGill Rocket Team is an engineering team that includes more than 70 students representing four faculties at McGill: engineering, science, arts and management. The team enables students to study, design and build rockets while being truly dedicated to fostering an empowered, well-connected community that promotes interest in astronautics through competition and emphasizes a positive dynamic, strong work ethic and a passion for advancing the future of humanity.

Their project this year is to design and build a 10 ft. rocket to reach an altitude of 10,000 ft. above ground level, carrying a scientific payload. The payload is a solar powered glider that will be deployed from the rocket at apogee and start collecting data on its descent.

Although the McGill Rocket Team has been together for just one year, they have already completed the designs and are now in the construction phase of the rocket. The goal is to complete the rocket in time in order to represent McGill at the Experimental Sounding Rockets Association’ annual Intercollegiate Rocket Engineering Competition this June in Utah. This prestigious competition features university teams from around the world including the U.S., Canada, Brazil, India, and Turkey; and the McGill Rocket Team plans to soar above the competition with their entry.

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