The Project

Project Artemis is a recently revived advanced ERFSEDS competitive project. This rocket, standing two stages tall, aims to hit the 30,000 foot mark in the Spaceport America Cup.

The purpose of this project is to apply advanced skills students will learn in class to give them project expierence they will need upon graduation. Made up of upper classmen, students work together to design, manufacture, and test a working two stage rocket that is capable of reaching the altitude requirement set by the competition and carrying a scientific payload within weight constraints.

This project is made possible by the generous sponsorships and donations made by Blue Origin, Fastenal, TCR Composities, Bally Ribbon Mills, and the ERAU Office of Undergraduate Research.

Artemis Mark IV

1st Stage Airframe Diameter 6 in.
2nd Stage Airframe Diameter 4 in.
Total Length 18 feet
1st Stage Motor N2501
2nd Stage Motor M1540
Altitude 30,000 ft
Speed Mach 1.56
Maximum Acceleration 10.49 G
Liftoff Weight 88.7 lbs