The Nexø I rocket launched

Today we launched the Nexø I rocket. It was a beautiful launch with a not so great landing. The rocket flew to about 1514 meters before a catastrophic failure occurred. Even though it didn’t go completely as planed we still see it as a partially success. A lot of sub systems actually work as they should. […]

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Status report from Sputnik (Updated)

Sputnik is well underway to Spaceport Nexø. Its all smooth sailing at the moment and Bornholm is in sight. 20th 18:00 CEST:  Everything is good on board sputnik. They are south of Bornholm at the moment. Remember you can follow them on Marinetraffic A few photos from the trip below:  

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Nexø I rocket mission update

At 12:58 CET today, MLP Sputnik departed our Copenhagen HQ for the island of Bornholm, under command of our chairman and skipper Kristian Elof Sørensen. At her relatively slow speed, she will reach Spaceport Nexø late afternoon Wednesday. Here’s a photo of her setting out in the harbour of Copenhagen. You can follow the sailing […]

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All systems GO

Dear readers Let’s get the most important news out in the open immediately – The Vostoks diesel tank is repaired and ready to use! Monday evening, we will take a look at the weather forecast and into each other’s eyes and then we’ll make a Go/NoGo decision for the upcoming weekend. Phew it is so […]

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NEXØ 1 Sea Acceptance Test 2016

The 25th of June the NEXØ 1 rocket went through a SAT (Sea Acceptance Test). The purpose of this type of testing is to simulate a launch, down to the smallest detail and get through all systems, all the checklists and procedures so we are sure that everything works with no surprises.

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