This 5th annual competition was supported by Aero Pac (Amateur Rocket Group).
ARLISS dates back in 1999, when Prof. Twiggs (Stanford Univ) proposed this 350ml can-sized Satellite control competition. The rockets can bring the small satellites up to 4km and allows 15-20 minute experiments during parachute/parafoil descent.
This year six university teams took part in the competition over Black Desert, Nevada.
|–||Tokyo Inst. of Tech(TITECH)||3160m, 420m (no control)|
|–||Kyushu Univ||850m(no control)|
|–||Georgia Institute of Technology||1350m(no control)|
|–||University of Nevada||1657m(no control)|
|–||Tohoku Univ||2010m(no control)|
|–||Tokyo Univ||3930m(no control)|