On May 5th we conducted several successful burns of the BPM-5 engine. The goal of the test was to qualify the engine controller software for flight on the Nexø II rocket, but we also managed to sneak in a few tests with TEOS as fuel additive.


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Fauzi · 7th May 2019 at 7:49 am

That’s great! maybe bigger nozzle of the rocket engine is better, and maybe higher thrust

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