2023 Latin American Space Challenge
August 24 - 27, 2023
Latin American Space Challenge highly recommend all participantes to read all best practices, including basic information, important recommendations, warnings and prohibitions.
See you at the Cape Canavial!
Basic information for all Spectators, Rocketeers, Satelliteers, Staff and Volunteers:
Cape Canavial, in August, may reach temperatures up to 35°C.
The lowest humidity levels of the year may be achieved on site during LASC.
Wildlife is present, such as mosquitoes, small spiders and scorpions.
If intends to use Walkie Talkies or UAVs, contact LASC Organization during Day 1 of activities.
If you need any help, feel free to ask those who have the “Staff” or “Operatios Control” badges.
Drink lots of water and beverages! There will be an on-site Food Court.
Sunscreen, sunglasses and hats are highly recommended.
Tent(s), chairs and tables are available for renting onsite to work properly under sun cover.
Use long pants, closed shoes and insect repellent.
Read completely all LASC Documents, including the Master Schedule.
Bring your own Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Warnings and Prohibitions
Warnings for all teams participating in the Rocket Challenge:
Electrical supply is not guaranteed at the Rocket Assembly Area (RAA).
Do not assemble motors, ejection charges and igniters before LASC Officials authorization.
Do not transport loaded motors on cars, bus, vans, etc.
Any type of alcohol, smoking, or drugs.
Cooking onsite or any type of food delivery.
Coolers, filled water gallons & bottles with more than 1 (one) liter.
Artificial noisemakers (e.g. JBL).
Armed pyrotechnic/pyrogenic or under high tension/pressure equipment prior launch operations.
Operate a rocket to arm or with armed pyrotechnic/pyrogenic or under high tension/pressure equipment without LASC authorization.