Video Caption: A brief update on our initial experimentation with coax swirlers as intended to be used in the BPM100 engine.
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Video Caption: We (All) Need Some Space is a video series depicting stories about Copenhagen Suborbitals volunteers’ – their everyday life and passion for Space.
This is the second episode of the series, telling the story of our Team and Production Coordinator, PAD leader and board member Jacob Larsen.
We highly encourage you to ask Jacob any questions in the comments for an upcoming Q&A session with him.
Music by Everyday Astronaut – http://www.everydayastronaut.com
The rocket launched for the FAR MARS prize and reached ~14,600 ft, the prize goal was to reach 45,000 ft.
Video Caption: MASA is building a liquid rocket capable of reaching space, also known as the Karman Line. We need your help to make this rocket reach 100 km. Check out our crowdfunder at http://bit.ly/masa_cf If you would like to connect with the MASA team, feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are extremely for all of those who have given to our campaign and our sponsors who are continually sponsoring the team.
Thank you to Kulite, Boeing, Rego, Raytheon, Northrop Grumman, Graphite Store (http://www.graphitestore.com/), and XWinder for their support.
Music: Road to Victory by Veigar Margeirsson
The team had told me late last year they will be attempting their space shot again, now it is finally official!
The first launch of their two-stage rocket, unfortunately, suffered a failed ignition of the sustainer, the vehicle performed flawlessly and the sustainer was recovered. By the recent post, it looks like they will have the ignition issues sorted this time round!
Check out the team’s website here for more rocket information!
Video Caption: We take a brief look back at our progress throughout March as we advance towards our cold flow test campaign.
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