Introductory guides for getting started in rocketry:
Hobby rocketry portals:
- The Rocketry Forum has a large and active set of forums.
More general information on model and high-power rocketry:
- The R.M.R. FAQ is detailed and well organized.
- The National Association of Rocketry is the organization for Model Rocketry.
- The Tripoli Rocketry Association is the organization for High-power Rocketry.
- Check out ThrustCurve.org for motor info and simulator data.
- And of course, the newsgroup: rec.models.rockets
Sites with information on rocketry in education:
- Apogee Components has an excellent education links page. This is a great place to start looking for more information on rocketry in schools.
- The SciLinks program is a set of web sites for teachers, organized by National Science Teachers Association.
- Science Buddies has science fair project ideas using model rockets.
- The N.A.R. has a list of Educational Resources for teachers.
- ModelRockets.us has a nice list of educational resources.
- There are also STEM resources provided by public libraries.
California rocketry clubs of which I am a member:
- Association of Experimental Rocketry Of the Pacific: AERO-PAC.
- Rocketry Association of California: ROC.
- Livermore Unit of the NAR: LUNAR.