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MORABA – Preparations at the Launch of a Research Rocket

Launch of the MAPHEUS-5 research rocket in Esrange/Sweden

Source: German Aerospace Center (CC-BY 3.0)

MAPHEUS-5 – Launch of a Research Rocket in Kiruna, Sweden – One Camera

MAPHEUS-5 – Launch of a Research Rocket in Kiruna, Sweden – Two Cameras

The video shows the launch of the MAPHEUS-5 research rocket on 30 June 2015 in Esrange/Sweden. The viewer can assume an unusual perspective as the flight was recorded by integrated cameras. The top version shows the view from one camera, the bottom version includes a split screen of the images from both cameras. This makes the field of vision twice as large – however, there is a small strip in the middle missing, the width of the rocket, which the cameras cannot cover.

Source: German Aerospace Center (CC-BY 3.0)

STERN Student Experimental Rockets

Planning and building your own rocket and having it launched from the Esrange space centre near Kiruna in northern Sweden – the STERN (student experimental rockets) programme provides students at German institutions of higher education specialising in "aerospace engineering" with this unique opportunity.

The students have three years to complete their project. Due to the complexity of the project, this can only be achieved in teams.

STERN: the rocket programme for students (German)

Published on 09.11.2015, source: German Aerospace Center (CC-BY 3.0)

TEXUS 49 – Launch of a Research Rocket in Kiruna, Sweden

The video shows the launch of the Texus 49 research rocket Esrange/Sweden.

Source: German Aerospace Center (CC-BY 3.0)

SHEFEX II – The Re-Entry Research Rocket

Source: German Aerospace Center (CC-BY 3.0)

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