High Altitude Launch Sites in Tri-State Area

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JField31

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Hello everyone, first post here :)

Does anyone know of any public launch sites in the Tri-State area that allow liquid fueled/high altitude (>80km) flight?

Thank you!
 

jsdemar

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Closest is Wallops Island, VA. Paperwork, logistics, and range fees are not trivial.
 

mbeels

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Do people NOT in the Tri-State area know what the Tri-State area is? I don't.
About half of the U.S. states are part of a "Tri-State" area, so there is a 50% chance that you live in one (assuming you're from the U.S.). But no, I have no idea either.
 

mbeels

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Hello everyone, first post here
Hello, and welcome to the forum! I think you'll find many folks here interested in helping out, but we'll probably need to know more about your location :).
 

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At least our Tri-State area is named as such to avoid confusion.
Texarkana
But no such launch sites here either.
 

Andrew_ASC

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Give em an I motor and a mile of airspace to play with someday please.
 

Andrew_ASC

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Huntsville has epic corn stalk rocket eating devices. But everyone is totally chill there and I like talking to Nytrunner. I like their grassy bigger field in spring.
 
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