WARR: January Update

The team’s WARR Ex3 rocket is a LOX fueled hybrid rocket producing 10 kN of thrust and is expected to fly to 30 km.

Video Caption: We take a brief look back at our progress throughout January as we advance towards our Cold Flow test campaign in March.

If you would like to see more please checkout out our website or other social media as well:
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Roberts Rocket Project Update – 2017-06-10

Robert has posted a new update on his liquid-fueled rocket project.
Since the last update, he has built and tested a magnetic breakaway connector to provide power and other services while on the pad, as well as the GSE the rocket requires.

Breakaway Connector (Credit: Robert Watzlavick)

A very clean and nifty idea for a breakaway connection.

You can read the full update here.

Current Affairs at CS – GPS & FIDO

Video Caption: This Current Affairs is about the GPS and FIDO system on the Nexø rockets.
Mads Wilson tells about the setup and design.

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

Roberts Rocket Project Update – 24/8/2015

Robert has posted a new update on his liquid fuelled rocket project.
With his 250lbf lox/kero engine complete and tested, Robert has started building the rocket it will power.

In this update, he covers a few more pieces of the plumbing. You can read the full update here.

Roberts Rocket Project Update

Robert Watzlavick has posted a new update on his work of his liquid-fuelled rocket.

The update includes,

– CAD work on the rocket
– Pressurization and burst disks
– Getting rid of NPT fittings

You can read the full update here.