Skylark Micro is a two-stage supersonic rocket powered by solid rocket motors. It is an unguided
rocket that is aerodynamically stabilised by its four fins at each rocket stage. The flight altitude and downrange
are determined by the flight path angle.
Skylark Micro allows the electrical systems to be tested under high gravitational force while
allowing the rocket to land safely with the use of a parachute recovery system. The launch vehicle
can be used to test the construction materials or thermal protection coating under the flight loads.
In addition, the rocket can also be used to investigate ambient conditions of dense atmosphere for education purposes.
- first stage102 mm
- second stage75 mm
Lift-off Mass32 kg
Payload Massup to 1kg
- first stage1561 N
- second stage838 N
- first stage172 s
- second stage181 s
Maximum Acceleration16.5 g
If unavailable, Skyrora can provide a mobile telemetry kit that will be deployed on the launch site.
There is also the potential for co-investment in equipment to allow for future use at the location.
The purpose of this kit is to test key components, which will be reused in the company’s
future launch vehicles and includes the following:
Telemetry ground station
Antenna and antenna mount
Control computer (laptop PC), to provide communication with the following onboard system
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