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Re: Delft Aerospace Rocket Engineeing (DARE)
« Reply #40 on: 09/10/2018 07:30 PM »
Apperently the video posted by catdlr shouldn't have been made public. It showed a small KNDX rocket motor test.
Also the Stratos advanture continues with Stratos IV, planned for launch in 2019.

Yep, post deleted.
That video isn't available any more. But a new one is on twitter.

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Re: Delft Aerospace Rocket Engineeing (DARE)
« Reply #41 on: 10/28/2018 07:45 PM »
Spark Torch Rocket Igniter Test

Delft Aerospace Rocket Engineering
Published on Oct 28, 2018

Test of the spark torch igniter performed by the Cryogenic Propulsion Team on October 16, 2018. The igniter uses gaseous hydrogen and oxygen to produce a hot flame to igniter the ethanol-liquid engine. Note that due to the extremely high temperature of the hydrogen-oxygen reactants, (almost) no flame is visible.

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