We're a student engineering team at the University of Michigan, and we teach students about the basics of rocketry while providing hands-on exposure to the design, build, and test phases of engineering. In 2017, we won the inaugural Spaceport America Cup, and in 2018, we launched the very first student-built liquid-bipropellant rocket at the competition. Follow our progress as we compete for a $1 million prize and prepare to launch to space.
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Base11 Space Challenge
MASA recently decided to enter the Base11 Space Challenge and compete for a $1M prize. This competition tasks student teams with building a single stage liquid-fueled rocket and launching it to 100km, the edge of space. We're building the Tangerine Space Machine - our largest rocket yet - to fulfill the requirements of this challenge.

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