ARLISS ( A Rocket Launch for International Student Satellites )

 ARLISS is an international competition of CanSat, held in Nevada, U.S. since 1999. CanSat is a can-sized miniature satellite system. Released from a flying amateur rocket, CanSat use wings or parachutes to land on the ground target.

 There are two types of competition in ARLISS. The comeback competition evaluates the distance from target to the landed point. The challenge competition evaluates the difficulty to accomplish missions.

 The ARLISS is managed by the members of
University Space Engineering Consortium (UNISEC) and Association of Experimental Rocketry of the Pacific (AEROPAC).

ARLISS2010 came to the end.
For all participants, thank you for active participation!
And, for all staffs, thank you so much for your help!

Update the page Results (7th, October)

New Release in Files (14th, September)

 Schlumberger Prize

New Page  Release "Live" (9th, September)
This page shows the live movie and latest information by twitter.

Update the page The Team (2nd, September)

New Release in Files
(27th, May)
 Rover Comeback Competition

The schedule of ARLISS2010 is determined.
 September 12          Preparation
 September 13-16     Launch
 September 17          Result Presentation