Sun Devil Rocketry, Arizona State University's oldest rocketry student organization, helps prepare students to become leaders in aerospace through meaningful projects, interactions, and experiences. Our members have the opportunity to explore and make contributions to solid, liquid, and hybrid rocket propulsion research and development. In addition, our members design, manufacture, and launch high-power rockets for competitive and experimental purposes. Our award-winning outreach program exposes hundreds of K-12 students to rocketry each year. Contact us to learn more about how you can become better prepared for industry and graduate school through applied projects.
Sun Devil Rocketry sponsors a variety of projects suitable to students with a variety of backgrounds and experience levels. From designing experimental rocket engines to educating the next generation, explore how you want to make your mark.
Our members are developing experimental solid, hybrid, and liquid propulsion systems.Learn More
Higher. Better. Faster. Help build advanced launch systems to push farther into the heavens.Learn More
New to rocketry? Build a competition rocket with an experienced mentor to win our challenge.Learn More
Help give back to our community through our award-winning K-12 outreach program.Learn More
Students of Sun Devil Rocketry have access to a few facilities for working on projects and research.
Basic workshop which serves as SDR's general meeting space. You will spend most of your time here.
Static thrust test area for research propulsion projects. Consists of bunker and enough land to handle possible explosions. Test area for solids, liquids, & hybrids subteam.
High power launch article test area. Located at 3580 N Reservation Rd, Marana, AZ 85653.