A few days ago we signed an important agreement with a very special partner, the CFAA, or ‘Centro de Fabricación Avanzada Aeronaútica‘ in Spanish. This is an essential boost to the development of our hybrid motors, M1 and M2, as well as our future family of rockets, COSMOX. The Aeronautics Advanced Manufacturing Center (CFAA) was created
A few days ago we did our first Preliminary Design Review of our hybrid rocket engine test stand, M1. A technical overview of the engine was imparted to Added Value Solutions, finding no issues with the current design. This is a very important milestone, making it possible for us to meet our deadline of having
The first day. The first day was the reception day. Our friends at Aula Espazio and Sener introduced us to representatives of companies such as Satlantis and ESTEC-ESA. They showed us their current projects and also talked about space, science and the current state of the industry. Later, there was a talk given by
Friday night. Friday was a frenetic day. We had to finish testing ALPHA’s avionics, we had to run one last simulation and we had to drive to Huesca, where the launch site was located. Everything ran smoothly and in the afternoon we packed our tools and rode our cars, carefully placing ALPHA in the back of one vehicle.