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CARWeb is the online voice and information repository for the Canadian Association of Rocketry. You can find documents and information related to Rocketry in Canada on this site. CAR uses a web Forum to provide rapid communications between members of CAR. The CAR Forum contains both public and private areas. To access the private CAR Members area, you must a CAR Member in good standing. For details on accessing the CAR Forum, refer to these instructions.


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Welcome to the New CARWeb
Posted by Shane Weatherill on March 05, 2006

CARWeb has undergone a major overhaul. For the most part, the changes should be transparent to CAR Members as the changes are in the underlying code. Please look around. If you encounter any problems, please contact the CARWeb Manager at www@canadianrocketry.org. Additional information about the changes will be posted to the CAR Mailing List.

CAR Shirts
Posted by Shane Weatherill on February 28, 2006

Images for the new 2006 CAR Shirts are now available.<p> <p> CAR 2006 T-Shirt<br> CAR 2006 Golf Shirt<br>

CAR Promotional Posters Online
Posted by Shane Weatherill on February 23, 2006

Two new CAR Promotional Posters are now available for download. Poster 1 is an action shot. The rocket is about 6 feet tall and is liftinig off on a CTI Smokey Sam K. Poster 2 is a of a group photo from LDRS.

Please go out and distribute these to your various hobby shops. Please drop vicechairman@canadianrocketry.org a note to advise him when a poster has been distributed.

For PDF versions, go to:

Poster 1 - PDF
Poster 2 - PDF

For higher resolution Microsoft Publisher versions, go to:

Poster 1 - Microsoft Publisher
Poster 2 - Microsoft Publisher

RSO Bulletin: Launch Equipment
Posted by Max Baines on February 20, 2006

The following CAR RSO bulletin seeks to clarify and address the concerns of those flying rockets requiring an alternate launch apparatus, including Odd Rocks such as: pyramids, saucers, wings, and cones.

The use of rails or towers for rockets with an installed total impulse of over 160Ns is mandated where practicable. In situations where an alternate launch apparatus has been demonstrated to be necessary to the satisfaction of the RSO, the apparatus is required to provide functional performance equivalent to a rail or tower. The precise conditions under which the rocket may be flown will be determined by the RSO upon presentation of the rocket for safety inspection.

Range Job Descriptions Updated
Posted by Shane Weatherill on November 28, 2005

The CAR Range Job Descriptions have been updated.

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