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Offline trimeta

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Re: HyImpulse
« Reply #20 on: 03/17/2022 02:43 am »
Is that second infographic also recent? Because it's still saying 2023 for their orbital vehicle. Which seems a bit optimistic following a Q3 2022 suborbital launch. Especially when that suborbital launch has slipped a full year since last February (and the orbital launch was also scheduled for 2023 last February).

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Re: HyImpulse
« Reply #21 on: 03/17/2022 03:28 am »
Is that second infographic also recent? Because it's still saying 2023 for their orbital vehicle. Which seems a bit optimistic following a Q3 2022 suborbital launch. Especially when that suborbital launch has slipped a full year since last February (and the orbital launch was also scheduled for 2023 last February).

It was posted 6 days ago..  I would read "planned debut - 2023" as kinda similar to NET, but a full-scale mock-up reveal party would also meet the definition should they fall ever further behind.
With sufficient thrust, pigs fly just fine - however, this is not necessarily a good idea. It is hard to be sure where they are
going to land, and it could be dangerous sitting under them as they fly overhead.

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Re: HyImpulse
« Reply #22 on: 12/17/2022 03:05 am »
The first launch of HyImpulse's SL1 rocket is now scheduled for 2024, with two customers signed:

HyImpulse signs launch services agreement with In Orbit Aerospace Inc. [dated Jul. 27]

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In March 2022, the German launch services provider HYIMPULSE TECHNOLOGIES GMBH signed a launch services contract with the US company IN ORBIT AEROSPACE INC., for the launch of their full-scale earth return vehicle on SL1, as well as for additional launch options.

The re-entry capsule is scheduled to fly as part of the maiden flight on HyImpulse’s orbital vehicle, Small Launcher SL1 in 2024.

HyImpulse signs launch services agreement with DCUBED [dated Oct. 5]

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The German launch services provider HYIMPULSE TECHNOLOGIES GMBH signed a launch services contract with the Munich based new space company DEPLOYABLES CUBED GMBH (DCUBED), for the launch of an In-Space Manufacturing Technology Demonstration Experiment on SL1, as well as for additional launch options.

The payload is scheduled to fly as part of the maiden flight on HyImpulse’s orbital vehicle, Small Launcher SL1 in 2024.

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Re: HyImpulse
« Reply #23 on: 12/17/2022 07:24 am »
HyImpulse signs launch services agreement with DCUBED [dated Oct. 5]

This press release contains also info about the launch of their SR75 suborbital rocket, which is now scheduled for Q2 2023.

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Re: HyImpulse
« Reply #24 on: 03/07/2023 12:41 pm »
SR75 launch slips to Q3 2023 and  SL1 to NET Q4 2025.

https://docsend.com/view/2753beunkaxci52t
« Last Edit: 03/07/2023 02:32 pm by PM3 »
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Re: HyImpulse
« Reply #25 on: 06/24/2023 11:36 am »
1st suborbital flight from Saxavord in October 2023.

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The first lift-off will be a sub-orbital rocket made by German company HyImpulse, currently expected around October this year.

Source : https://www.express.co.uk/news/science/1783992/Shetland-SaxaVord-spaceport-launching-satellites

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Re: HyImpulse
« Reply #26 on: 11/13/2023 03:23 pm »
https://twitter.com/hyimpulsetech/status/1724064064429535553

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HyImpulse is excited to announce the successful completion of the assembly and integration of our suborbital rocket SR75. This unique single stage rocket has a payload capacity of up to 250 kg to 200 km. SR75 is powered by our advanced hybrid propulsion system.

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Re: HyImpulse
« Reply #27 on: 11/14/2023 03:28 pm »
https://hyimpulse.de/Press_Release/PRESS%20RELEASE%20_%20HYIMPULSE%20_NOV2023_SL.pdf

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Suborbital Rocket Launch Site and Launch Window confirmed


Tuesday, 14th of November 2023
At Space Tech Expo in Bremen, Southern Launch CEO Lloyd Damp and HyImpulse
Technologies co-CEO Christian Schmierer confirmed the launch window of the SR75.
This signals the greenlight for the German-based company HyImpulse to launch their
suborbital rocket SR75 from Southern Launch’s Koonibba Test Range in March 2024.
The transportation of the launch hardware will commence shortly and preparations for
the launch campaign are ramping up in the final phase.

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Re: HyImpulse
« Reply #28 on: 11/14/2023 10:33 pm »
So instead of launching from Saxavord (UK, Shetland Islands) or launching from one of the other >5 european locations.
They are going to Australia, Southern Launch Koonibba Test Range. This remains odd to me.
This shows how supportive Southern launch is towards new suborbital launchers.
I'll keep my fingers crossed for a successful suborbital launch.

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Re: HyImpulse
« Reply #29 on: 11/16/2023 06:04 am »
https://www.southernlaunch.space/news-feed/german-rocket-manufacturer-hyimpulse-to-launch-from-koonibba-test-range-at-the-start-of-2024

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The Southern Launch team with HyImpulse at the Bremen Space Expo in Germany

Space launch provider Southern Launch will welcome innovative German rocket manufacturer HyImpulse to launch into space from the Koonibba Test Range near Ceduna in South Australia in 2024.

HyImpulse is bringing their SR75 sounding rocket to Australia for a sub-orbital launch. The SR75 is powered by HyImpulse’s unique, green hybrid propulsion technology.

Southern Launch CEO Lloyd Damp says, ‘HyImpulse are leading the way in the development of hybrid rocket technology. We are proud that our Koonibba Test Range provides this leading company with the opportunity to test their launch vehicle and recover it from our overland range.’

The ability to recover the rocket and understand what happened after launch is a key reason for HyImpulse travelling to Australia to launch. The Koonibba Test Range is one of the largest commercial overland rocket testing ranges in the world and provides rocket companies with a unique opportunity to recover their rocket - something not possible with an overwater launch.

HyImpulse CEO Mario Kobald says, ‘Our mission is to develop a launch vehicle that uses our unique hybrid propulsion technology. Launching our first suborbital rocket from the Koonibba Test Range is a huge milestone for our company and we are looking forward to the learnings that this launch will provide our team.’

Co-CEO Christian Schmierer adds, ‘Launching HyImpulse’s first rocket from the other side of the globe, shows Southern Launch’s and HyImpulse’s capability of serving a global market in a rapid, efficient and responsive cooperation from anywhere around the world.’

Southern Launch is managing most aspects of the launch campaign preparation on behalf of HyImpulse including regulatory approvals and the import of the launch vehicle to Australia. HyImpulse CTO Ulrich Fischer says, ‘Having Southern Launch manage the launch for us means we can focus on the vehicle and use our expertise in the best way possible.’

Lloyd says, ‘Southern Launch exists to provide launch services so our industry can keep moving forward at pace. HyImpulse are leaders in their field and we are incredibly excited to play a role in helping them develop their unique launch vehicle that will help our industry continue to evolve and improve.’

The Koonibba Test Range is jointly operated by the Koonibba Community Aboriginal Corporation and Southern Launch. 

The suborbital SR75 mission is set to lift off from the Koonibba Test Range in Q1 of 2024 subject to regulatory approval.

L-R: Lloyd Damp Southern Launch CEO, Hon. David Ridgway Agent General for South Australia for the United Kingdom and Europe, Paola Breda HyImpulse Project Manager, Scott Schneider Southern Launch General Manager Regulation, Altynay Demeubayeva HyImpulse Business Development, Christian Schmierer HyImpulse Co-CEO.
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