NAR Section #473
Pittsburgh Space Command is a sanctioned section of the National Association of Rocketry (NAR). Since its inception in 1986 the club has brought rocketeers together from all over Western Pennsylvania to enjoy sport, high power and contest rocketry. During that time our club has safely launched over 22,000 rockets of all sizes and shapes.
Our launch site, located east of Grove City, PA is easy to access and with over 800 acres, is an excellent site for all types of rocket flights.
The club's launch equipment can support most types of flights, from 1/4A to K (and L and M with advanced notice), so we've got you covered.
Whether you are new to rocketry, or are an experienced rocketeer looking to join in the fun with our club, please feel free to come to one of our monthly launches and see what we are all about.
Next Launch: May 23rd
Launch Time: 11AM - 4PM
Please note the Date Change
Last Update:18 April, 2021
Pittsburgh Space Command is following the current PA State Health Department Guidelines on public gatherings. For everyone's safety social distancing requirements will be in place. Thank you in advance.
As the PA Guidelines change, updates will be posted here.The Club's Covid Policy and Guidelines are HERE. Please click on the link to review it. It is the responsibility of all flyers and spectators to read the policy and follow it.
Site Capacity/Registration Status
There are no current restrictions on site capacity, no need to register at this time.
May's Launch Date has been changed to the 23rd. The time for the launch stays the same.
Newsletter production is currently on hiatus due to the lack of a Newsletter Editor. Past issues will be posted on this site as time allows.
If you are interested in filling the position of Newsletter Editor and resuming production of Team Pittsburgh, please contact our Section Advisor.
Photos of the Month
John, Chuck and Duane getting ready to have some fun at our April launch. April's launch had great weather and an a big turn out. Thanks to everyone who came out to fly with PSC.
Photos courtesy of John Brohm