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Hypersonix4 weeks ago
In Australian time zones, that’s today! And still, we are excited about space and innovating and exploring .
Can you imagine what it would have been like for the first person to say “I can see the whole Earth?”
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Hypersonix2 months ago
We sadly couldn’t live stream because the coverage was so bad (we were in the middle of nowhere) but here is the video of the launch!
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Hypersonix2 months ago
We couldn’t live feed with the coverage out here! It was astonishing!
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Hypersonix shared Black Sky Aerospace's post.2 months ago
Yesterday’s test launch
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A little taste of tomorrow from Roger Mulckey's FunnyFarm... Brought to you by our major sponsor The Territory - Boundless Possible, go visit the N.T. Special thanks to: Gumatj Aboriginal Corporation, Equatorial Launch Australia, Dekunu, Logan City Council, Goondiwindi Regional Council, Hypersonix Space Connect and Laser Central.
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Hypersonix2 months ago
We made it to the bus! The calibre of people here, all buzzing with excitement, is astounding. MPs, engineers, professors, accelerators, educators, manufacturers and more. This will be one of the finest 5hr bus rides of our lives!
We will be live-tweeting the event on our twitter account www.twitter.com/HypersonixAU
We should hopefully have coverage to live stream here and on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSGaMjit5WYXRUN5V9mvVGg
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Hypersonix2 months ago
The rocket being launched tomorrow is a Sighter190 subscale sounding rocket. Hypersonix will have a panel on the rocket made out of one the materials we need to fly our scramjets.
It is made of Ceramic Matrix Composite (CMC). We will be using this launch to ensure our sensing and data gathering works effectively for our future test launches.

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4 weeks ago
I’m Australian terms, this was today! #Apollo8 An incredible feat paving the way to where we are now https://t.co/gObIppnJ4v HypersonixAU photo
1 month ago
Here is a mock-up of the Insight lander. JPL will make this an exact replica of the Martian terrain to help guide their activities https://t.co/4MU1ROlKH9 HypersonixAU photo
1 month ago
Got visit NASA JPL control room where they are now in contact with the Insight lander on Mars. See the Canberra dish on the screen! https://t.co/hXMOVlk6u0 HypersonixAU photo
2 months ago
Wow, these reusable boosters are seriously big! Great job SpaceX https://t.co/66fGCJJ09n HypersonixAU photo

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