• Stratos III
  • Stratos II+
  • The V7S

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DARE is organised into several smaller projects which helps to focus and deepen knowledge.

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We offer projects for you to participate whether you're a first-year bachelor student or last year master student.

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As one of Europe’s most successful university student rocket societies, Delft Aerospace Rocket Engineering performs spaceflight research and development on all fronts- from liquids, solid and hybrid engines to electronics and actively stabilised rockets.

DARE is pursuing the goal of becoming the first amateur rocketry society in space by reaching the Karman line at 100 kilometers altitude. We previously held the European amateur altitude record which was set by the Stratos II+ rocket that reached 21.5 kilometers in 2015. Currently, Stratos III is in production, aiming to launch in Spring 2018 and regaining the altitude record. Simultaneously, new technologies are being developed for future missions within the Aether project and the Liquid Propulsion project.

We are a group run within Delft University of Technology consisting entirely of Bachelor and Master students. The majority of our members study at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, but we have representatives from almost all faculties within the University.