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Topic: New video gives first-person view of what it's like to be SpinLaunched (Read 96 times) previous topic - next topic
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New video gives first-person view of what it's like to be SpinLaunched

SpinLaunch has released on-board footage from its eighth suborbital flight test, giving us a unique opportunity to imagine what it'd be like to be hurled skyward out of a centrifugal accelerator at more than a thousand miles per hour.

Rockets are big, dangerously explosive, and environmentally hazardous – and there are other ways to get stuff up into orbit. Green Launch, for example, is planning to get satellites into orbit within just 10 minutes, by replacing the first-stage rocket booster with a hydrogen-powered hypersonic impulse launch cannon that can fire a launch vehicle upwards at more than 17 times the speed of sound.

https://newatlas.com/space/spinlaunch-onboard-video/

https://youtu.be/qEVD9k2GLXk
https://youtu.be/TGO4LtCctTk

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