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Home of Victorian Rocketry

MARS members, proudly part of the World Record V2 Rocket team

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MARS Educational Programs

Members of the MARS Team presenting to students about the wonders of rocketry and space

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Sparkies... Everybody loves sparkies

MARS first ever launch, proudly flown by President, Marty Lynch and filled with titanium

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Much closer than the planet

Not to be confused with the planet MARS, we are much closer and have less rovers!

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Welcome to the Melbourne Amateur Rocket Society Inc.

Based in the Greater Melbourne Area, the Melbourne Amateur Rocket Society Inc. (MARS) is the fastest growing rocketry club in
Victoria. MARS was established in 2016 with the aim of providing a safe environment for the development and launching of rockets
and promoting the educational and recreational benefits of involvement in rocketry.

Whether you are into fast or slow, big or small rockets, MARS welcomes participation from all enthusiasts no matter their age or
capability. Joining MARS is simple and can be done by clicking on 'Join MARS' above, or at any launch day.

Please feel free to browse the MARS website by clicking on the links above. The next MARS launch date is listed on right side of
this page. For future launch dates and launch site locations, please check under 'Launch Info'.

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Australian Model Rocket Society Inc.

The Australian Model Rocket Society Inc., is the representative body for hobby rocketry in Australia. MARS is proud member of the AMRS.

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Australian Youth Rocketry Challenge

MARS is a proud supporter and sponsor of the Australian Youth Rocketry Challenge. Start a team today and test your skills whilst flying a raw egg to great heights.

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Australian Rocketry's Thunda Down Under 2019

The Thunda is coming… Are you ready? “Australian Rocketry’s Thunda Down Under, 18-21 April 2019”

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Australian Rocketry Forum

Join in on technical, educational and fun discussions with the largest rocketry community in the Southern Hemisphere