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Help Cowboy Rocketworks Reach New Heights

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Project ended on December 01, at 10:00 PM CST
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1,000 Feet

Most Level 1 certification attempts reach an altitude of 1,000ft! Your gift will help cover the cost of epoxy, mixing cups, sandpaper, and other materials for the construction of our rockets.


2,500 Feet

A typical Level 2 certification will reach an altitude of 2,500ft! Your gift will contribute to the purchase of composite airframe materials.


5,000 Feet

5,000ft is the typical altitude for a test flight leading up to the Spaceport America Cup. For every $50, we can pay for one more registration fee to send a team member to the Spaceport America Cup competition!


8,000 Feet

The Argonia Cup requires a minimum altitude of 8,000ft. Your gift of $80 will cover the cost of a typical altimeter, allowing pre-programmed chute deployment. The altimeters serve as our official altitude reading for the Argonia Cup, as well as any other flight.


10,000 Feet

For the Spaceport America Cup, we aim to reach an altitude of 10,000ft! Your gift of $100 covers the cost of one night in a hotel for our members throughout the competition.


15,000 Feet

$150 is the average cost of a new member certification kit. This gift will be used towards fuel and travel costs for the Spaceport America Cup.


25,000 Feet

Cowboy Rocketworks is developing a 2-stage flight that were are designing to reach 25,000ft! $250 is the cost associated with a full-scale test flights. Your contribution will assist us in our ability to test our rockets prior to the competition.


50,000 Feet

50,000ft is the airspace Cowboy Rocketworks will be flying into on high altitude, maximum performance fights in the coming years! $500 is the cost of the most powerful rocket motors we would be using and is also the single rocket registration fee at the Spaceport America Cup.