A spanner in the works

Translated by Bo Braendstrup Dear readers, On Saturday before last we performed a SAT (Sea Acceptance Test) of the Nexø I rocket and associated systems. The aim of the test was to simulate a launch in Read more…

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CS Flotilla 2016

Vostok & Sputnik preparing for this years rocket launch season. Vostok and Blue RIB goes for a test and training trip in Øresund, during which Vostok suffers an electrical failure that require a tow back Read more…

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Hot air above Nexø!

Translated by Bo Braendstrup With only a few weeks until launch, it’s about time to have a look at what we actually plan to do above the waters of the Baltic Sea, and especially what kind Read more…

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Nexø I passed – almost …

Translated by Bo Braendstrup Dear readers, Yesterday (June 11th) we ran another coldflow test on Nexø I, as it flunked last weekends test. Yesterday went much better, even if we had a few problems. Video Read more…

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To Make Fire!

Translated by Daen de Leon and Jørgen Skyt. (Blog 1 of 2, how to start a bi-propellant rocket engine, by Jørgen Skyt) I believe every healthy child, at one time or another, has been fascinated Read more…

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CS at Maker Faire

Maker Faire in Newcastle UK This weekend Maker Faire takes place in Newcastle, UK. Copenhagen Suborbitals has been invited to exhibit as one of their “Headline Makers”. Maker Faire is a major event for people Read more…

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Electronics Status of Nexø I

Dear readers We completed integration testing of on-board electronics for the Nexø I rocket a couple of weeks ago. Everything worked apart from our GPS Units. It turned out that they are sensitive to the Read more…

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