DARE is structured in several projects, each focusing on different aspects of research and development of rockets.
Parachute Research Group
Designing, producing and testing new parachute designs and configurations for DARE launch vehicles.
Also known as The Solid Six, they research and develop large solid propellant engines.
Supersonic parachute project, flying a small experimental capsule payload on board of the Rexus rocket in March 2020.
Capsule and Recovery
They designed recovery systems and structures for many DARE rockets, including Stratos II/II+. Discontinued after splitting up into the Parachute Research Group and Structures Team in 2018.
The second hybrid propulsion team in DARE. The founding fathers of the DHX-400 ‘Nimbus’ engine used on Stratos III. Discontinued in 2017.
The first liquid propulsion team in DARE, mainly working with nitrous oxide bipropellant engines. Discontinued after merging with the Cryogenic Propulsion Team in 2017.
Infinity and Beyond
They were dedicated to exploring and experimenting with alternative rocket designs.