The LDRS (Large, Dangerous Rocket Ships) rocket event is an annual gathering of rocket enthusiasts organized by the Tripoli Rocketry Association (TRA), one of the largest amateur rocketry organizations in the United States. The event is a platform for hobbyists to showcase and launch their custom-built rockets to high altitudes.
The event is typically held over several days. The event's highlight is the rocket launches, where rockets of various sizes ranging from a few inches to over 20 feet are launched to altitudes of several thousand feet.
The LDRS rocket event is held at different locations each year, with the venue being selected by the TRA based on factors such as the availability of launch sites, local regulations, and other logistical considerations. The event has been held in various locations across the United States, including California, Nevada, New Mexico, and Kansas.
Safety is a top priority at the LDRS event. The TRA has strict safety protocols to ensure all launches are conducted safely and responsibly. In addition, participants are required to adhere to the TRA's safety guidelines and comply with Federal Aviation Administration regulations.
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