Copenhagen Suborbitals is a non-profit, amateur based space endeavour,
funded entirely by private sponsors and donors. We build suborbital
space vehicles – designed to pave the way for manned space flight on a
micro size spacecraft, and on a micro size budget.
The main goal is to launch a manned space vehicle into a suborbital
trajectory, reaching a peak altitude beyond the Kármán line 100 km above
the surface of Earth, and subsequently landing the spacecraft safely.
To fulfil this mission, we design and construct a series of launch
vehicles and spacecrafts, as well as the necessary infrastructure to
launch, operate and recover the equipment.
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2013 Project Overview:
Posters note: With companies like Space X, ULA and Blue Origin making headlines on a weekly basis, it’s sometimes easy to forget about the up and coming people in the new space race. So I wanted to take some time to post about these guys and girls who are really working hard at an incredible goal.