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Re: Copenhagen Suborbitals Updates and Testing
« Reply #400 on: 08/04/2018 11:24 AM »

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Re: Copenhagen Suborbitals Updates and Testing
« Reply #401 on: 08/04/2018 11:27 AM »
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Ready to fly again ❤️
And - how hard can it be to retrieve the top of the rocket

https://twitter.com/copsub/status/1025679764827394048

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Re: Copenhagen Suborbitals Updates and Testing
« Reply #402 on: 08/04/2018 12:45 PM »
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A beautiful launch!

https://twitter.com/copsub/status/1025663744821669888


Just a bit much of the LOX  insulation...   :-X

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Re: Copenhagen Suborbitals Updates and Testing
« Reply #403 on: 08/04/2018 09:33 PM »
Congratulations to Copenhagen Suborbitals! And they finally got one of their rockets back by parachute.

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Re: Copenhagen Suborbitals Updates and Testing
« Reply #404 on: 08/05/2018 04:39 PM »
The Nex° II launch as recorded on all three onboard cameras


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Re: Copenhagen Suborbitals Updates and Testing
« Reply #405 on: 08/22/2018 05:27 AM »
Launch of the Nex° II rocket

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Published on Aug 21, 2018

This is a short preview of the mission video of the Nex° II Launch.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fmdvr3aa7HI?t=001

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Re: Copenhagen Suborbitals Updates and Testing
« Reply #406 on: 08/22/2018 08:07 AM »
Is anyone else concerned that so many people were milling around near the rocket as it was being fueled?

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Re: Copenhagen Suborbitals Updates and Testing
« Reply #407 on: 09/01/2018 08:35 PM »
The full story of the Nex° II mission August 2018

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Published on Sep 1, 2018

On August 4th, 2018 we successfully launched the Nex° II rocket. Nex° II is Copenhagen Suborbitals most advanced rocket to date. In this video, we show you the complete story will all the highlights of the mission. Enjoy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVwTU7FXmGE?t=001

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Re: Copenhagen Suborbitals Updates and Testing
« Reply #408 on: 09/12/2018 02:04 AM »
Nex° II debriefing part 1: Network and telemetry system

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Published on Sep 11, 2018

A few weeks ago we hosted a public debriefing event in Copenhagen. In this first video, our Telemetry experts Peter Scott and Bianca Diana talk about the telemetry and streaming systems used in the Nex° II mission and the lessons learned for the future.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8WUy0yYEXg?t=001



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Re: Copenhagen Suborbitals Updates and Testing
« Reply #409 on: 09/19/2018 12:36 AM »
Nex° II debriefing part 2: Onboard cameras & the video transmitter

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Published on Sep 18, 2018

A few weeks ago we hosted a public debriefing event in Copenhagen. In this second video Alex Csete, OZ9AEC talks about the Nex° II onboard cameras and video transmitter built from COTS components.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uylDBCjJyw?t=001

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Re: Copenhagen Suborbitals Updates and Testing
« Reply #411 on: 10/04/2018 08:17 PM »
Kickoff for the BPM100 Rocket engine


Copenhagen Suborbitals
Published on Oct 4, 2018

After the successful launch of the Nex° II it's time to move on to the SPICA class rockets. In the coming years the SPICA and it's 100KN engine will be our top priority.  And now we have kickoff - we are aiming to build the first BPM100 engine in 100 days!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Og7jI6xx_M?t=001

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Re: Copenhagen Suborbitals Updates and Testing
« Reply #412 on: 10/16/2018 05:12 PM »
Kickoff for the BPM100 Rocket engine
After the successful launch of the Nex° II it's time to move on to the SPICA class rockets. In the coming years the SPICA and it's 100KN engine will be our top priority.  And now we have kickoff - we are aiming to build the first BPM100 engine in 100 days!

Will it have turbo pumps?.

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Re: Copenhagen Suborbitals Updates and Testing
« Reply #413 on: 10/17/2018 08:56 PM »
Will it have turbo pumps?.

Doubt it.
I hear those things are awfully loud. It glides as softly as a cloud. What's it called? Monowhale!

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Re: Copenhagen Suborbitals Updates and Testing
« Reply #414 on: 10/18/2018 01:54 AM »
They dropped that idea years ago I believe, although I never heard why. Would've liked to know which aspects they thought were out of their reach. I imagine it was the prospect of needing to blow up a number of engines to get it right.

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