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JVL products go into the sky.

 

MAC095 controlling valves in a hybrid rocket engine.

 
Copenhagen Suborbitals is an amateur space group.
They are making experiments with different kind of rockets and rocket engines on nonprofit basis. This should lead to a manned rocket - Spica which should go up to a height of 100km and brought back to the earth.
 
JVL and MAC095 was introduced to Copenhagen Suborbital in 2014 for a test equipment on the ground to see if the rocket engine was able to perform as needed.
 
Next step was to implement the motors in a rocket and to make tests.
The rocket was launched in July 2016.
But unfortunately some problems occured and it "only" reached 1533 m above the sea.  
 
 
Greeting from space:
 
 
HEAT-1X rocket
Test of launch escape system
Flow controlled by MAC095 + B4
MAC095 and gear controlling valves for rocket fuel.
The goal - Spica above 100km from earth.

You can see more about the project in Copenhagen Suborbital´s pages below.
 
HEAT-1X rocket
Test of launch escape system
Flow controlled by MAC095 + B4
MAC095 and gear controlling valves for rocket fuel.
Photos: Copenhagen Suborbitals
 
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