In the summer of 2016, Copenhagen Suborbitals launched one of the most advanced liquid fueled rockets built by a team of volunteer amateurs.
Follow the team close up during final preparations for the launch and during the launch of the Nexø I rocket.

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Published by Rasmus Ragdestein on


schaap · 8th June 2017 at 9:25 pm

Hi there,

I donated 50 euro for the good work but i would like to have my face on the rocket is that still posible??

Rasmus Agdestein · 8th June 2017 at 9:31 pm

Hi Schaap
I just send you an email.

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