Nice work there Morten and the rest of the team.
Looking at the video the main problem the capsule didn't release on time as a result it rotated too much and ended up much lower and in the wrong postion. As a result the parachutes didn't have time to inflate.
You give me way to much credits. Not a part of CS myself, but I am a member of the support group CSS, so I pay for a little part of the fun
Well as i understand the comments on Arocket, the stack got unstable as the propellant burn it change the CG and move after the CP, and that leads to the loop. Sure other can explain it much better then me.
That is one of the reason that the Apollo LES have a ballast of depleted uranium to move the CG forward.
Been trying to look for information about the Apollo LES, but don't think there is much out there.
Not sure if they separated the LES before the loop it would have gain enough altitude. At that point there 1.5 sec or so left of the burn, that was needed to get the rest of the altitude.
Maybe if they separated just before it it reach the apogee, there would have been altitude enough to get the main parachutes fully unfolded. But that is guessing