AURC Progress Report #1 Submission & Details

The Australian Universities Rocket Competition’s first Progress Report is now live! The report is due on 17th September, 23:59 AEST.

This report will be the first opportunity for teams to earn points for the inaugural AURC competition. In order to score points, all teams will need to download the given template progress report (find at the bottom of this page, updated 01/08/2018) and then complete a short report on your rocket.

For this report, we are looking for teams to give an overview of their preliminary rocket design with a key focus on its trajectory, stability and motor selection. There is also a small focus on your team’s intended payload and avionics set-up as this will form a major aspect of your project in the coming months. Finally, we are also interested in how your team plans to meet the tight schedule of the AURC. These reports will be graded and feedback will be provided to help ensure every AURC team is on track to compete in April next year.

A marking rubric will be made available on August 17th on this Website post. Be sure to check back here, or follow the AYAA Facebook Page, to be notified of when the scoring rubric is live.
Once your report is finished, please complete the following form and upload your documents.

Note: Team Numbers will be made available to you with the Welcome E-mail which will be sent out soon.

Applicant Information Pack: 
Progress Report Submission
Please note that only PDFs using the provided Progress Report Template are accepted. Please include your Rocket Name and University when naming your PDF.
Please include your Rocket Name and University when naming your file.
Please provide a single contact email. A receipt of your submission will be sent to you.