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.


Published by Rasmus Agdestein on

2 Comments

ADEMOLA AJANI · 20th July 2016 at 1:19 am

Well-done and perfect work of rocketry. Gud Vilsigned.

Leave a Reply

Your e-mail address will not be published.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

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.

Videos

Nexø II debriefing part 2: Onboard cameras & the video transmitter

A few weeks ago we hosted a public debriefing event in Copenhagen. In this second video Alex Csete, OZ9AEC talks about the Nexø II onboard cameras and video transmitter built from COTS components.

Videos

Nexø II debriefing part 1: Network and telemetry system

A few weeks ago we hosted a public debriefing event in Copenhagen. In this first video our Telemetry experts Peter Scott and Bianca Diana talks about the telemetry and streaming systems used in the Nexø Read more…