Introduction to the International Rocket Week/Weekend
Travel Details to the IRW
Accomodation at the IRW
Food and Meals at the IRW
Weather at the IRW
Participation in the IRW
High Power Rocketry at the IRW
Flight Programme
Competitions at the IRW
Flight Rules at the IRW
Rocket Glider and Rocket Boost Glider Competitions at the IRW
Lander Competitions at the IRW
Rocket Boosted Helicopter Recovery Competitions at the IRW
Rocket Payload Competitions at the IRW
Aquajet Competitions at the IRW
1996 International/Scottish Rocket Weekend Report
1997 International/Scottish Rocket Weekend Report
Safety at the IRW
Entry, Participation and Accomodation Costs for the IRW
Insurance at the IRW
International Rocket Week (IRW)
incorporating the International Rocket Weekend
Organised by: STAAR Research

The only fixed rules here are that ALL rockets (apart from Aquajets) must have a recovery system - parachute, streamer or other drag devices, or must employ a featherweight, tumble or glide recovery, and be properly constructed of suitable materials. (No metal body tubes and nose cones). Aquajets generally use tumble recovery.

All types of model and high power rockets in the power range from 1/2 A power up to K power may be flown at the Rocket Weekend, subject to the sanction of the Range Safety Officer (RSO), who will rule on all launches at the Rocket Weekend.