We are trying out a new format – A short vlog about the progression of the current projects at Copenhagen Suborbitals. We will try making them as often as possible 🙂


Published by Rasmus Agdestein on

4 Comments

Lars Bjerregaard · 9th April 2017 at 12:32 pm

Excellent video guys, well done!

Rasmus Agdestein · 9th April 2017 at 8:51 pm

Thank you Lars. We do our best.

Arend BOER · 25th June 2017 at 9:57 am

By adding so much weight to the rocket, you change the centre of gravity, I suppose. Do you have to change the surface of the stabilisation finns or the size of the graphite vanes?

Arend BOER · 25th June 2017 at 9:59 am

Why is your rocketengine cylindrical and not conical as the Saturn engines?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Related Posts

Blog

BPM100 DPR?

Dear readers, Designing the world’s largest amateur rocket is not an easy task. It’s an iterative process with a lot of dependencies. One of the very important dependencies relates to the rocket’s “propellant delivery system”, Read more…

Blog

BPM-100 Patch in 100 days

In Copenhagen Suborbitals something very, very big is brewing. Our Flight Director, Thomas Pedersen, has launched a very ambitious mission: To design and build the first BPM-100 rocket engine in 100 days! This engine class Read more…

Videos

Nexø II debriefing part 3: Flight Dynamics and data analysis

Some weeks ago we hosted a public debriefing event in Copenhagen. In this third video Flight Director talks about the Nexø II flight profile and lessons learned from the flight.