OK, I was too tired at the hotel and also lots of stuff to do on Sunday as well, so I will skip the image editing.
They did 4 burns, with some troubles with the igniter before the first burn and some high pressure system troubles in the last two burns, but troubleshooting didn't take too long. Objectives were to test the pressurization system and to characterize the engine parameters, and to compare them to their previous (supposedly identical) unit. All in all, quite interesting day. Very chilly (~2 - 3 C) and very, very foggy, and with a slight breeze. Typical summer day in Finland. A visitor from Germany was getting really cold and left after the 2nd or 3rd burn
We international visitors also got to see the burns in limited groups from a photo bunker or a downrange location. One of us got permission to set up his own camera... which was very (un)lucky as it caught the flying igniter! No damage, as the lens was covered by a $5 chinese filter....
Strangely the sound was quieter in those locations compared to the visitor area - maybe the freight container amplifies the sound in strange way to different direction.
Here's some plots posted on their FB page:https://www.facebook.com/CopenhagenSuborbitals/photos/a.175132789176262.38168.150360881653453/1351957874827075/?type=3&theater