Skyrora rocket to take off from Iceland
Skyrora continues with its de-risking programme by preparing to launch the Skylark Micro rocket from Iceland later this month. With the first launch window scheduled for 12 August, the two-stage, four-metre tall sub-orbital rocket, is set for take-off from Langanes Penisula, Iceland.
Skyrora's launch crew have successfully arrived at the launch site in the Langanes Peninsula in Iceland, where we will be launching the suborbital Skylark Micro rocket for the first time. T-minus 5 days until our first launch window arrives! #Readytolaunch #Liftoff #Rocketlaunch https://t.co/sW0I7AHhpO
@Astro_Jonny Congratulations from all the team at Skyrora!
We are delighted to announce that we are launching Skylark Micro in Iceland! The launch will be part of our de-risking programme, with the first launch window scheduled for a week’s time! Stay tuned!🚀 Full Article: https://t.co/O5wpRCAZsi #IcelandLaunch #Research #Educate https://t.co/GApxaTZYro
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