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Help Cowboy Rocketworks Reach New Heights

$8,255
103%
Raised toward our $8,000 Goal
100 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on December 01, at 10:00 PM CST
Project Owners

Lucas Utley

In Honor of Rocket Daddy coming in #clutch to get that 100th donor slot

$15

Dec 01, 2017

Patricia Miles

In Honor of Lucas Utley

$25

Dec 01, 2017

Jeffrey

Drebes

Dec 01, 2017

Claudia Utley

In Honor of D. and E. de Greiff, Lucas Utley

$100

Dec 01, 2017

Shea

Fehrenbach

$50

Dec 01, 2017

Louisa

Utley

$10

Dec 01, 2017

donna

Johnson-Trillo

$500

Dec 01, 2017

GLENN

EDWARDS

$100

Dec 01, 2017

Mary

Fostet

$100

Dec 01, 2017

Jason

Stretcher

$50

Dec 01, 2017

Jamey

Jacob

$250

Dec 01, 2017

William

Eng

$25

Dec 01, 2017

John

Lingo

Dec 01, 2017

Alex Cooper

In Honor of seeing a return on my investment.

Dec 01, 2017

Julie

Blatt

Nov 30, 2017

Anonymous

$25

Nov 30, 2017

Anonymous

Nov 30, 2017

Ellane Nelson

In Honor of Shawn Ray

$50

Nov 30, 2017

Bill

Madden

$10

Nov 30, 2017

Andrew

Bellcock

$50

Nov 30, 2017

Matt Durkee

In Honor of Grad Students are poor

$10

Nov 30, 2017

Delmore

Capers

$100

Nov 30, 2017

Cheryl Stutsman

In Honor of My niece, Samantha Huckabay

$50

Nov 30, 2017

Zachary

Travers

$10

Nov 30, 2017

Katresa

Riffel

$100

Nov 30, 2017
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Levels
Choose a giving level

$10

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.

$25

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.

$50

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!

$80

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.

$100

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.

$150

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.

$250

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.

$500

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.

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