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Re: Innospace
« Reply #20 on: 11/10/2023 03:31 am »
https://twitter.com/innospacecorp/status/1722775827883200935

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📍Reusability: At our hot-fire facility in Geumsan, we're developing a reusable rocket powered by a hybrid rocket engine. Our team has designed a sub-scale reusable rocket and is working hard towards successful flight tests. Stay tuned for RLV development updates!

#RLV

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Re: Innospace
« Reply #21 on: 11/10/2023 03:35 am »
https://twitter.com/innospacecorp/status/1722775827883200935

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📍Reusability: At our hot-fire facility in Geumsan, we're developing a reusable rocket powered by a hybrid rocket engine. Our team has designed a sub-scale reusable rocket and is working hard towards successful flight tests. Stay tuned for RLV development updates!

#RLV

How do you make recovery work with a hybrid fuel engine I wonder…?
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Re: Innospace
« Reply #22 on: 11/10/2023 05:05 am »
https://twitter.com/innospacecorp/status/1722775827883200935

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📍Reusability: At our hot-fire facility in Geumsan, we're developing a reusable rocket powered by a hybrid rocket engine. Our team has designed a sub-scale reusable rocket and is working hard towards successful flight tests. Stay tuned for RLV development updates!

#RLV

How do you make recovery work with a hybrid fuel engine I wonder…?

A restartable hybrid?

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Re: Innospace
« Reply #23 on: 12/20/2023 07:07 am »
https://twitter.com/innospacecorp/status/1737259293836030262

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📍Reusability: Our team has started flight tests for a 3.6m tall RLV demonstrator powered by a hybrid rocket engine. In our second attempt, the vehicle showed stable vertical take-off and landing, marking a significant initial milestone.

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The RLV demonstrator achieved stable flight, reaching a maximum altitude of 6.3 m, maintaining control accuracy within 0.3 m, and landing at a speed below 0.5 m/s.

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This test provided validation for the performance of the targeted propulsion system, control system, trajectory optimality, and landing speed.

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As we progress, the flight envelope for the reusable launch vehicle demonstrator will be gradually extended. Stay tuned for updates on this exciting journey!

Thanks to our consortium partners: KAIST, Korea Aerospace University, and Cheongju University.

#RLV #ReusableRocket

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