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Interorbital to fly Neutrino sounding rocket in Sept

Posted by: The Legionnaire - Sun Jul 27, 2003 4:15 pm
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Interorbital to fly Neutrino sounding rocket in Sept 

How do you think the Neutrino launch will go?
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Interorbital to fly Neutrino sounding rocket in Sept 
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Post Interorbital to fly Neutrino sounding rocket in Sept   Posted on: Sun Jul 27, 2003 4:15 pm
Interorbital Systems is planning to launch its Neutrino sounding rocket off the Californian coast this September 15.

The Neutrino rocket is intended to test "guidance hardware, the ocean recovery hardware, and the telemetry hardware" for the follow-on X PRIZE vehicle, the Solaris X.

According to Interorbital's website, this launch "could be the first privately-funded, commercial sector rocket to reach space!"

I don't think Interorbital will win the X PRIZE, but I wish them the best of luck nontheless.


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Post    Posted on: Thu Nov 06, 2003 3:54 am
Any news from Interorbital since the last attempt was scrubbed?


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