Copenhagen Suborbitals: Year in Review 2019

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Copenhagen Suborbitals: 1/10th Scale Capsule Testing

Video Caption: Our rockets are 100% crowdfunded. Visit http://www.copsub.com/support-us to become one of our supporters!
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Copenhagen Suborbitals is the world’s only manned, crowdfunded space program. In the future, a volunteer astronaut will fly to space on our home-built rocket. We do this on our spare time, so all your donations go to paying our workshop rent and buying materials. You are the biggest part of this project and we are forever thankful to each of our supporters!

In this video we take you with us on some small preparations for our upcoming 1:10th scale Spica space capsule splashdown tests which will give us some real world data to compare with our landing simulations. This will put us on track for a safe landing of our homemade space capsule and volunteer astronaut when coming back from space.

CS: Ballute Testing

I must say the CS parachute department seems to be on the ball, good to see so much work going into recovery!

Video Caption: In an attempt to mitigate the spin we saw with our last manned Ballute jump, we made and tested a small-scale design, which is sown from two sections – top and bottom, rather than single continuous gores. This, we hope, allows better alignment of air intake pockets, which we expect caused the spin on the previous design.

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

If you like the video and what we do in general, please go to http://www.copsub.com/support-us and support our project. Donations start from as little as a coffee a month.