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9.8 seconds firing. Reached chamber pressure goal - 10 MPa. Two times the pressure of Rocketlab or any competitor in our rocket class (<500kg to LEO). Achieved +90% of theoretic thrust level! Mid-January Asterex hot-fired for the first time. Increasing pressure and
Left the office not knowing how the day would end. We could be up for one of our life's greatest victories. We could also be dead or in jail.“Whatever happens, let’s cherish this day." I held a small speech at the office over pizza just before we left at 1 pm.
Final race for the finish line started somewhere around Thanksgiving. No one thought it but by some miracle, skiing flew open which didn’t do us much. Kay broke his collar bone snowboarding and we were one man short, locked behind garage doors and forgetting when we
A planet of suppliers was available to us when the time came to decide who would manufacture our first rocket engine. The latest technology, materials, and discoveries beckoned on every corner of the globe. Finally, we chose GKN, a multinational aerospace components bus
Asterex arrived at our rocket shop last month. Since then we've spent late nights with Bernoulli, Torricelli, and Venturi - key people of fluid dynamics, or in less fancy terms - the best plumbers in human history. Our mission: Control fluids that dissolve a piece of
We had our eyes on the abandoned structure for a while. A couple of weeks back we got the keys at last.A big black container with skylights, the building is imposing enough. "What are you guys doing?" asked a cashier at the hardware store. "Build rockets," we replied.