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Danstar Liquid Engine Test

The student team from Denmark built and tested a 3D printed liquid rocket engine to compete at the Spaceport America Cup. Running on Nitrous oxide and fuel, the latest round of testing saw the engine produce 2500 N of thrust at a chamber pressure of 15 Bar and O/F of 2.5.


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We are looking forward to test this electric turbopump from Orbital Machines on Spica's BPM100 rocket engine later this year! Check them out and follow them for development updates, if your as excited about this as we are! 🚀 #Repost @orbitalmachines Hello world👋! @orbitalmachines is building electric turbopumps 🌀 for small to mediumsize rocketmotors. They will help build better, cheaper, and safer launchvehicles for the newspace industry. 🚀👩‍🚀👨🏾‍🚀🤖. We are a 100% crowdfunded spin-off of the amazing @copsub project which is going to shoot 1 space enthusiast into space soon! If everything goes according to plan our pumps will undergo the first test on the #bpm100 engine this summer. stay tuned! 👩🏻‍💻👨‍💻👩🏻‍🔬👨🏻‍🏭🐶 #electric #turbopumps #newspace #rockets #launchvehicles #space

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DARE: Stratos IV Engine Test 22

Video Caption: Watch our latest DHX-400 ‘Nimbus’ hybrid engine test which will power Stratos IV to space in summer 2020!

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CSULB Beach Launch Team Chamberless Flight!

The LOX/Jet-A fueled rocket built by students at CSULB launched this past weekend, unfortunately, suffering a chamber failure, leaving it behind on the pad. Some impressive flying on a pintle injector only!

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