Copenhagen Suborbitals Trailer 2019

Video Caption: Copenhagen Suborbitals Trailer anno 2019. Copenhagen Suborbitals is the world’s only manned, amateur space program, 100% crowdfunded and nonprofit. In the future, one of us will fly to space on a home built rocket.

If you like the video please go to http://www.copsub.com and support our project. Your donations is our rocket fuel
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CS: Coaxial Swirl Injector

Video Caption: A brief update on our initial experimentation with coax swirlers as intended to be used in the BPM100 engine.

Copenhagen Suborbitals is the world’s only manned, amateur space program, 100% crowdfunded and nonprofit. In the future, one of us will fly to space on a home built rocket.

If you like the video please go to http://www.copsub.com and support our project. Twitter : https://twitter.com/CopSub
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Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/copsub/
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We All Need Some Space: Jacob Larsen

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

CS: We All Need Some Space

This is a great new video series showcasing members of Copenhagen Suborbitals, first up, Mads Stenfatt, parachute lead.

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 first episode telling a story about our parachute lead and astronaut candidate Mads Stenfatt.

We highly encourage you to drop any of your questions for Mads in the comments for an upcoming Q&A session with him.

Music by Everyday Astronaut – http://www.everydayastronaut.com

CS: BPM 100 Rocket Engine Update

I was wondering what was happening with this project…

Video Caption: This is an update on our next generation of rocket engines, the BMP100, which will propel our manned Spica rocket above the edge of space. Here we discuss our current progress on the engine design after our initial design project called BPM100 in 100 days.

Copenhagen Suborbitals is the world’s only manned, amateur space program, 100% crowdfunded and nonprofit. In the future, one of us will fly to space on a home built rocket.

If you like the video please go to http://www.copsub.com and support our project. Twitter : https://twitter.com/CopSub
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/CopenhagenSu
Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/copsub/
LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/company/cope
Pinterest : https://www.pinterest.com/copsub/

BPM100 in 100 days

Copenhagen Suborbitals are planning to design and build a testable prototype of their new BPM100 (100kN) engine for their Spica rocket in the next 100 days.

Video Caption: After the successful launch of the Nexø II it’s time to move on to the SPICA class rockets. In the coming years the SPICA and it’s 100KN engine will be our top priority. And now we have kickoff – we are aiming to build the first BPM100 engine in 100 days!

If you like our project please go to: http://www.copsub.com/support and sign up as a Copenhagen Suborbitals supporter. I

t’s the support from people like you all over the world that makes this project possible!

The full story of the Nexø II mission August 2018

Some great shots from the team!!

Video Caption: On August 4th 2018 we successfully launched the Nexø II rocket. Nexø II is Copenhagen Suborbitals most advanced rocket to date. In this video we show you the complete story will all the highlights of the mission. Enjoy!

If you like our project please go to: http://www.copsub.com/support and sign up as a Copenhagen Suborbitals supporter.

It’s the support from people like you all over the world that makes this project possible!