Definition of rocketry
: the study of, experimentation with, or use of rockets
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But NASA has so far largely resisted reusable rocketry.
Topics such as engineering, robotics, rocketry, and more are scheduled.
The Marshall Space Flight Center, the government's civilian rocketry and spacecraft propulsion research center, is on the base and also was in lockdown.
Fourth of July celebration Gates open Saturday at 4 p.m. Activities include rock walls, moon bounces, cake walks, a rain machine, a helicopter air performance, polo exhibitions, rocketry demonstrations and fireworks.
Pastor Susan Suarez Webster, who speaks Spanish, explained to Victor’s parents, Victorino Guevara and Maria Villatoro, how their son would benefit from a chance to learn rocketry, biomechanics and other skills.
Jeffrey Lewis, an expert in North Korean rocketry at the Middlebury Institute, noted last year that Washington had given two kinds of submarine missiles — one fueled by liquids, and a newer one by solids — the same identifier code.
Now, Y officials hope to take that winning concept to the streets by launching the Dawson Mobile Garage — a truck that will bring engineering, robotics and rocketry projects to kids in area schools and beyond.
Hey, there’s no organization on campus that’s focused on rocketry.
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