On sunday June 19th the Nexø I rocket passed the Habour Acceptance Test (HAT).

 

Status after the test:

  • The tests went according to plan.
  • Radio-link to and from the Nexø I rocket works perfectly.
  • WiFi between Vostok and Sputnik works perfectly.
  • Mission Control can manipulate on-board valves.
  • Starsignal-cable is registeret correctly on the monitor.
  • Rocket booting  works flawlessly.
  • Data packets received from The Nexø rocket to FIDO.
  • FIDO itself (the program that provides real-time flight data). There is a minor problem which has been identified and will get fixed.

All in all it was a good test which the Nexø rocket close to launch readiness.

 

The final test (Sea Acceptance Test) will most likely happen next weekend.

 


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