Present your rocket and your team’s engineering excellence!
Successful launches are one thing, but can you show your work and explain how you designed your rocket? This year’s expanded Presentation Competition featured teams showing off their hard work, explaining their design, and demonstrating how test flight data drove decision making!
Submissions are due by May 7, 2021 at 11:59 PM Eastern.
The updated Presentation Competition returns in 2021! Modeled after the same rules used at the International Rocketry Challenge, your team will have to create a presentation that succinctly explains how you came to your design, how you conducted and utilized your test flight information, and what lessons your team learned in not just rocketry, but also teamwork.
$3,000 will be awarded to the winning team, as judged by a panel of National Association of Rocketry Experts! There is also a $1,500 for second place, and $500 for the best team who is competing in the American Rocketry Challenge for the first time.
Having trouble remembering all the rocket science you used to make your calculations? Head over to our Resources Page to refresh your memory. There, you’ll find plenty of articles and lessons covering all aspects of rocketry to help make sure you’re referencing the right formulas in your presentation!
Since your presentation requires showing test flight data, only teams that have completed at least three test flights, successful or not, are eligible to enter. These test flights can be from anytime after September 1, 2019.
All entries will be scored based on six equally-weighted categories, listed in the rules. A panel of National Association of Rocketry judges will review each entry.
Need some inspiration as you work on your team’s presentation? Click here to watch the winning 2020 presentation!
Entries must be submitted by May 7, 2021.Download the Rules
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