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Gulf Coast Regional 2013

NASA/Houston Rocket Club (NHRC) #365

Houston, United States

Gulf Coast Regional 2013

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Registration Type Price Fee Quantity
TCC NHRC Contest Registration with T-Shirt Option
Registration Fee: $6.27 ($5 + $1.27 handling). You will have the option to pay for event T-shirts, in various sizes, starting at $11.54 each.
$5.00 $1.27
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GCR 2013 - NAR REGIONAL model rocket contest Sanction # 4001-14-R. Contest Factor 3. Weighting Factors 80.

ONLINE PREREGISTRATION ENDS 23 OCT 2013

Johnson Space Center is a secured facility. Gaining access to the field requires security access. The Contest Director will arrange access for contestants who pre-register. Click here for directions and information.

Gulf Coast Regional 2013

2-3 November, 2013

8:30am to 4:00pm each day

Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas

If you are new to NAR competition, click here: NAR Competition 101

Event Tips and Rules Explanations

Altitude will be determined by electronic altimeter

PSL - Parachute Spot Landing wf 4
A RG - A impulse Rocket Glider Duration wf 20
B SD - B impulse Streamer Duration wf 9
B ALT - B impulse Altitude wf 11 Altimeter
B BG - B impulse Boost Glider Duration wf 19
B ELD - B impulse Egg Lofting Duration wf 17

And a FUN EVENT which we will announce soon

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Supporting Vendors

Art Applewhite Rockets Red River Rockery

Click here to learn how to become an Approved Supporting Vendor

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You will be able attempt to set United States Model Rocket Performance Records in Duration or Altitude. See: http://www.nar.org/pinkbook/17_Records.html

You must coordintate with the contest director prior to making your record attempt. You must use an electronic altimeter per USMRSC rules to set an altitude record. You are responsible for knowing and fulfilling the requirements for a qualified flight.

Electronic Altimeters in NAR Competition

Port-a-potty available at venue; public restrooms also available at venue.

The Johnson Space Center front gate is on Saturn Lane. See the map at the right for directions to the front gate.

Click here for directions from the front gate to the launch site.

Fees:

Special Note: $25.00 deposit required before flying altitude event if you want to borrow an altimeter.  Altimeter must be returned intact and undamaged to get refund of deposit.

Registration fee: $10.00 onsite

Registration fee: $5.00 online (plus $1.27 handling charge)

Registration fee: $5.00 if sent by mail to Sam N. Saenz, Contest Director, 5718 Fifth Street, Katy, Texas 77493

Event T-Shirt: $13.54 if you register, $15 on the field (if available) - you will be asked for sizes during registration

Awards:

All NAR Junior members in A/B levels will receive a certificate of participation

All 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th place winners will receive appropriate place ribbons.

Article and photo submission will be sent to Sport Rocketry Magazine for publication in the spring issue if possible.

HPR Support:

An ‘away pad’ will be assigned to accommodate HPR sport rocketry on Saturday November 2, 2013

National Record Attempts:

The Contest Director will allow you to attempt to set or break an NAR national model rocket performance DURATION record or ALTIMETER record. You must coordinate with the Contest Director before making your attempt. Read TCC's Compeition Primer for the event (see below). You must supply your own eggs and/or payloads. You are responsible for arranging for timers. Read this message from the NAR Southwest Regional Contest Board Chaiman:  Setting an Altimeter Record

Competition Primers - a service of The Competition Consortium

TCC Safety Report - Preventing Heat Stress Injury

Current Texas County Burn Ban Information from the Texas Forest Service and County web sites

 

Click for Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas Forecast

Have questions about Gulf Coast Regional 2013? Contact NASA/Houston Rocket Club (NHRC) #365
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NASA/Houston Rocket Club (NRHC) #365 @ Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas
Saturn Lane and 2nd st
Houston, 77058


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NASA/Houston Rocket Club (NHRC) #365

CLICK HERE for the National Association of Rocketry, Southwest Region Contest Calendar

The NASA/Houston Rocket Club is composed of model rocket enthusiasts living throughout the greater Houston area. Members range in age and skill level from novice to very experienced. Club members come from all walks of life to share the same love and excitement for the rocketry hobby.

Safety is insured through a comprehensive range safety program. Experienced rocketeers are always available to assist novice fliers.

NHRC Launches are held on the beautiful Johnson Space Center grounds. Please be aware that this area is SECURITY-RESTRICTED (similar to a military base). If you are new to NHRC launches and JSC, you must have your name added to the NHRC Security Access list prior to arriving.

To do this, Click here to download a copy of the NHRC Membership application. Submit this to the address listed at least a week before our launch date to ensure the paperwork get's completed in time. Last second requests may leave you standing at the gate, scratching your head.

Once your name has been added, simply pull up to the guard gate on Saturn Lane, tell them you are heading to the Rocket club launch and show them some form of official ID (Drivers License). If you are bringing family or friends with you, their names must be on the Security Access list as well. After entering the gate, drive past the mighty Saturn 5 and turn left into the driveway immediately after the first building (this is building 14 and is approximately 1/4 mile from the guard house). Follow the driveway around to the back of the building and continue onto the driveway as it continues out into the field. Two groups fly in the field, R.C. airplanes and rockets. The R.C.ers ask that we drive to the left behind their flight prep area and avoid the concrete part of the road which they use for a runway

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