cal poly pomona liquid rocket lab
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Cal Poly Pomona's Liquid Rocket Lab aims to provide current and future generations of engineering students consistent and evolving access to a means of designing and testing liquid propellant rockets. Check out a render of our Bronco Launch Vehicle!
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The Mobile Rocket Engine Test Stand M.R.E.T.S facilitates the advancement of design and educational practices in both liquid rocket propulsion and structural design for current and future generations of engineering students. M.R.E.T.S also provides both engineering students and components of the aerospace industry a means of testing liquid rocket engines.
The Bronco 1 Launch Vehicle is the first liquid propellant rocket designed and engineered by Cal Poly Pomona students. Powered by the Cygnus Engine, Bronco 1 is capable of reaching speeds of up to Mach 1.7 and an apogee of 45,000ft above sea level. Bronco 1 is designed to compete in the FAR/Mars Competition on May 5th, 2017.
The Cal Poly Pomona Liquid Rocket Lab is supported by a talented and highly experienced team of advisors and faculty.