Copenhagen Suborbital is doing it again! Another test launch of the biggest amateur rocket ever built is scheduled for Saturday, May 31.
Come and witness the test of the 16 meter tall and 1,200 kg propellant heavy Heat 2X engine in the new 160 ton VTC-3 test stand. The danish space pioneers want to verify the performance of the TM65LE engine. The rocket is strongly secured to the ground of the former shipyard B&W dock area.
Even though visitors will not witness the rocket flying off, they will not be disappointed because smoke, loud noises and special rocket sausages will take care of the entertainment. After the ignition of a 90 second full burn test, visitors have the chance to get a close look of the rocket stage.
The second test launch will be an extraordinary experience, so do not miss it! Stay updated on CopSub’s web side , in case of any changes or delays due to weather or technical conditions.
When? Saturday May 31st: 11:00 CEST – Live webcast begins; 12:00 CEST – The audience area opens; 14:00 CEST – We ignite the HEAT2X engine
Where? Refshalevej 189, 1432 København K
More info and eventual last minute changes? check out Copenhagen Suborbitals’ webside or their blog
Tickets? check them out here