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Stratos II Launch Succesful

Last week a group of students of the Delft University in the Netherlands successfully launched a rocket from the southern coast of Spain and reached an altitude of 21.5 km, a world student record. The aim is 100 km, the so-called Kármán line. Work on the Stratos III is already underway.

[] – Delft Aerospace Rocket Engineering

[] – Amateur rocketry
[] – Civilian Space eXploration Team
World record:

On May 17, 2004, Civilian Space eXploration Team (CSXT, US) successfully achieved the first officially verified flight of an amateur high-power rocket into space, achieving an altitude of 72 miles (115 km).

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