Epoxy impregnated flax fiber nose cone. Unlike the carbon fiber body, radio waves can penetrate this composite material, making it a great choice for housing the payload.
The nosecone has been manufactured with Conova.
From the ground, we receive heaps of data from the rocket’s on-board computer. Functionalities of the station include discrete event identification, flight prediction visualisation and altitude check.
In-house developed controllers for parachutes and airbrakes.
The Antennas are placed around the rocket because the carbon fiber body doesn’t let the radio waves penetrate it.
As the antennas can not support the strengths, an internal structure made of beams in carbon fiber has been developed.
Modular Structure & Fins Module
Made out of epoxy impregnated carbon fiber, the multiple launcher tubes are assembled thanks to a SRAD coupling system capable of lifting a small car! An easily disassembled fin modulus allows us to quickly swap 3mm thick full carbon fins in case of damage.