Model Rocketry

Model Rocketry is a bimonthly magazine that focuses on the hobby and sport of model rocketry. The magazine was first published in 1971 and is published by the National Association of Rocketry (NAR).Image:model-rocketry-sample-cover

Model Rocketry provides its readers with news, reviews, and features on the latest developments in the field of model rocketry. The magazine covers topics such as rocket design, construction, and launch techniques, as well as model rocket safety and regulations. It also includes articles on the latest rocketry events and competitions.

The magazine is aimed at both beginners and experienced model rocket enthusiasts. Model Rocketry's articles are written by experts in the field, including hobbyists, engineers, and scientists.

In addition to its print publication, Model Rocketry also operates a website, which includes digital versions of the magazine's articles, an online store for rocketry supplies and tools, and a community forum for rocket enthusiasts.

The National Association of Rocketry, which publishes Model Rocketry, is a non-profit organization that promotes the safe and educational use of model rockets. The NAR also organizes rocketry events and competitions, provides educational resources for hobbyists and educators, and advocates for the hobby on a national level.{{Categories}}

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