Purdue Space Program High Altitude is dedicated to becoming the first collegiate group to design, build, and launch a two-stage rocket that will reach the internationally recognized boundary of space. With our next test launch scheduled for May, we are asking for your support.
Will you help our team of young Boilermakers take Purdue Space Programs back into space?
PSP-HA members posing with rocket named Tempting Fate (2021).
WHO ARE WE?
Founded in 2021, the Purdue Space Program High Altitude (PSP-HA) is a student team focused on the research of experimental high-altitude rockets. We are housed under the Purdue Space Program, the largest Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) chapter in the world. Made up of over 100 young Boilermakers, our team encourages students to push collegiate innovation to the next level.
WHY DO WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT?
Although we are relatively new to campus, our team is rapidly expanding. This has forced us to look for opportunities beyond formal Purdue student organization grants. We have already had three successful launches, but the costs of supplies and transportation to launch sites are adding up. With our final launch scheduled for next academic year, we are running out of time.
We want to establish ourselves as a permanent force in collegiate rocketry, but we can't do it without you. By giving today, you can support student innovation and aerospace achievement at Purdue. Your gift, no matter the size, can help us make history.
The individual who donates the largest gift amount will have the opportunity to name and receive a vinyl engraving of their own name on our next rocket!