Copenhagen Suborbitals is a non-profit space organistaion. Kristian von Bengtson and Peter Madson have founded Copenhagen suborbitals in May 2008. Since then this project is supported by private donors, sponsors, or part-time specialist. Their mission? To launch a human into space, and to prove that human space flight is possible without heavy government funding.
Finally, the hard work has paid off, and the first rocket engine test for Heat2X will be held on March 1st, 2014. It is the largest amateur rocket that has been build and tested until now. Join this amazing event and secure your ticket here the entry fee is DKR 100.
During the test, the 16 meters tall engine Heat2X will be set in motion and burn 1,200 kg of propellant. However, the rocket is secured to the ground through a thick slab of concrete in order for the Copenhagen Suborbitals team to make their measurements. But visitors will not be disappointed as they can witness smoke, and fire, and loud noises.
This will be an extraordinary event. You will have the opportunity after the test launch to take a close look at the rocket stage, as well as, you can buy special rocket sausages, soft and hot drinks, and chat with other supporters.