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Offline tul

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New Taiwanese Rocket (TASA)
« on: 09/14/2023 10:20 am »
TASA showed off their new rocket. However with 200 kilo to LEO it is too weak for Formosat-8 and i guess to weak for the Beyond 5G constellation.

https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/4998748

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Re: New Taiwanese Rocket (TASA)
« Reply #1 on: 09/14/2023 08:04 pm »
So they showed a mock-up of the "Siraya" rocket concept, which was announced in October 2022 for a launch NET 2026, presuming the government will fund it?

https://www.taipeitimes.com/News/front/archives/2022/10/03/2003786331

Has the project meanwhile been funded and started? If so, it will realistically launch in the 2030s, not 2026.
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Re: New Taiwanese Rocket (TASA)
« Reply #2 on: 09/15/2023 01:15 am »
So they showed a mock-up of the "Siraya" rocket concept, which was announced in October 2022 for a launch NET 2026, presuming the government will fund it?

https://www.taipeitimes.com/News/front/archives/2022/10/03/2003786331

Has the project meanwhile been funded and started? If so, it will realistically launch in the 2030s, not 2026.
The Taiwanese legislature hasn't funded development of the Siraya rocket just yet.

Re: New Taiwanese Rocket (TASA)
« Reply #3 on: 12/03/2023 12:44 am »
Taiwanese new rocket system of the first model in 2023 TATED.


Re: New Taiwanese Rocket (TASA)
« Reply #4 on: 12/03/2023 12:51 am »
1/2 size model of TASAís new launch vehicle.

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Re: New Taiwanese Rocket (TASA)
« Reply #5 on: 12/03/2023 04:41 am »
The last slide seems to indicate first launch in 2028.
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Re: New Taiwanese Rocket (TASA)
« Reply #6 on: 12/03/2023 04:48 am »
The last slide seems to indicate first launch in 2028.

They kinda copied Elon's line "Keep on Exploring" vs "Keep on Thrusting"
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Re: New Taiwanese Rocket (TASA)
« Reply #7 on: 12/19/2023 12:23 pm »
The video shows the hot-fire test of the 1800kgf hybrid rocket engine which is primarily intended for the second and third stages of the satellite launch vehicle.

Itís the very 1st rocket engine hot-fire test designed and performed by TASA.

https://x.com/TASA_Taiwan/status/1737074231547228310?s=20



Re: New Taiwanese Rocket (TASA)
« Reply #8 on: 12/23/2023 05:09 am »
Prototype TASA hybrid rocket engine, one of the Siraya rocket project.

Re: New Taiwanese Rocket (TASA)
« Reply #9 on: 01/02/2024 07:58 am »
Taiwan new rocket hybrid rocket engine "Suann Niu" for test.

The system technique from ARRC.


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