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Our intern Adrian walks us through his power supply electronics for his RCS thruster test setup.

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1 Comment

Nolan Lautrette · 1st September 2020 at 8:13 pm

Hello! Great work being done here. I’m curious, do electronic systems like this one inside the rocket need to be protected from the cold temperatures of the liquid oxygen to maintain functionality, or is this not a problem? If so, what strategies do you guys employ to ensure electronics are safe from the cold environment surround the LOX tank? Thanks!

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