June 2, 2011
We’re still not sure whether to take the folks at Copenhagen Suborbitals seriously in their quest (eventually) to launch people into space. But they plan to test-launch their HEAT-1X rocket from the Baltic Sea tomorrow.
The last attempt, in September, was ruined by a liquid oxygen valve failure. Now they’ve regrouped for another try, with odds of launching Friday currently set at 70 percent.
June 3 update: Launch!
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