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Boomer Rocket Team 2017

$2,700
90%
Raised toward our $3,000 Goal
27 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on December 08, at 11:55 PM CST
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1 OK 8
2 TX 6
3 NV 4

Anonymous

Undisclosed Amount

Dec 07, 2017

Anonymous

In Honor of making sure the pointy end stays up

$30

Dec 07, 2017

John

Adelman

$250

Dec 06, 2017

Frank

Tesser

$50

Dec 06, 2017

Nicholas Pequeno

In Memory of A Grassy Field Full of Lost Rockets in Kansas

$20.16

Dec 05, 2017

Anonymous

In Honor of the fact that I dislike things that end in odd numbers

$15

Dec 05, 2017

Rita

Moore

$75

Dec 01, 2017

Theodore

Batchman

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 27, 2017

Tracey Wolff

In Honor of Happy early birthday Alex! You are an amazing young man and I am so proud of you!

$50

Nov 26, 2017

Tracey Wolff

In Honor of Dr. Ted Batchman

$100

Nov 26, 2017

Grant

McLoughlin

$20

Nov 22, 2017

Judith Warling

In Honor of Amy Warling’s 20th Birthday

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 21, 2017

Steven Warling

In Honor of Amy Warling

$25

Nov 21, 2017

Lorna Warling

In Honor of Happy Birthday Amy from Grandma Boger and Mom and Dad

$70

Nov 19, 2017

Anonymous

In Honor of Amy Warling

$20

Nov 19, 2017

Teddie

Federici

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 19, 2017

Curtis Boger

In Honor of Amy Warling's Birthday!

$20

Nov 18, 2017

BARBARA BROWN

In Honor of AMY WARLING

$50

Nov 17, 2017

Thomas

Landers

$100

Nov 13, 2017

Tim

Batchman

$100

Nov 13, 2017

Mark

Spaeth

$200

Nov 12, 2017

Scott

Tesser

$5

Nov 11, 2017

Chris

Dalton

$50

Nov 08, 2017

David

Miller

$100

Nov 08, 2017

Nate Johnson

In Honor of G'Sped

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 07, 2017

Reagan

Shirk

$10

Nov 07, 2017

Frank

Tesser

$100

Nov 06, 2017
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$5

Basic Materials

Epoxy, screws, nuts, bolts; if it attaches, the BRT probably uses a lot of it. Individually, these items are cheap, but over the year they add up fast! Your donation could buy epoxy or screws for our competition rocket.

$10

Body Tube

The body of the rocket must be strong enough to support the force of launch and lightweight enough so as not to drag us down. Your contribution could help us buy a strong enough body tube for the task.

$20

Fins

Some would say the flashiest part of a rocket, fins keep the rocket stable in flight and allow us to soar. Your donation could buy one of our fins to help keep us on track.

$50

Travel

Although unexciting, travel costs will be one of the most expensive parts of the competition. The launch takes place over 3 days in New Mexico; travel donations will help pay for gas, food, and hotel rooms so we can be our best during competition.

$100

Payload Supplies

Part of the competition is to fly with a ten pound scientific payload. Your generous donation will help us design and build an experiment to fit in our rocket and fly to 10,000 feet collecting scientific data.

$500

Rocket Motor

Rocket fuel is without a doubt the most expensive part of rocketry. Your generous donation could buy a rocket motor, which will allow us an additional test flight before competition.

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