We will host a TARC launch on 15 May in Amesbury.

The next scheduled club launch is 22 May in Acton where we won't have to worry about errant high-power rockets.

The 2021 schedule is available in the Events Tab or the hyperlink below. 
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We'll still need to have you read the COVID-19 restrictions
and bring the signed form to the launch.

Check your email for information about our upcoming video meetings.

Watch the calendar and forum for the Bill Spadafora Memorial luncheon. 

Sign up for something on the Launch Duty List.

Check GO/NO GO status call or text our Launch Hotline, 857-24-CMASS (857-242-6277) after 7 AM the day of scheduled launch.

Watch for upcoming opportunities to volunteer and help keep our club launches going.

Please read Launch Etiquette, Launch Schedule. Sign-up for launch duty. Report website issues.

evev the cars are sociel distancing 20200528 1120319997The Gang that Couldn't Launch Straight headed west this past Tuesday in search of cricketeers. Finding none, they launched some rockets instead - 20 flights in all. The weather was sunny, temps in the 70's with slight wind blowing toward School Street. We set up one launch pad for an LPR day, motors ranging from 13 mm A to an Aerotech E20, with one cluster (Tres) and one two stage (Centaur). ibis 20200528 1677129185Ron Q served as LCO, RSO, announcer and all around good guy. Only one maiden flight, a Semroc Andromeda on a Quest C12-4. It was a great flight, but the chute did not open, resulting in popped fin on landing. We also had one core sample when the Centaur separated at ejection. Fortunately there was no damage. Scott was in an adventurous mood trying to push the limits of the field, flying several C6 motors with smaller rockets and indeed punctured the 1000 ft ceiling, with a scratch-built rocket launched on a C6-7 that hit 1173 ft. More impressive, it landed safely on the field. Pictures are in the Gallery appended to the Bandit Launch folder.