Coming to a Kármán line near you in 2023.
Cambridge University Spaceflight has been bringing together Cambridge’s brightest for 15 years in pursuit of the final frontier. We build high altitude balloons, rockets, engines, avionics, and more in our entirely student-let society. With upcoming launches and rapid development of our in-house liquid motor, there’s never been a better time to get involved!
The final step in our Martlet series of rockets, designed to put our custom-built Pulsar engine to the test, all the way to 20km.
Our biggest project. Ever.
Recent Blog Posts
- Aquila – Griffin 1’s second stageAquila, named after the genus of true eagles for it’s elegant bistable fin system, is the second stage of Griffin …
- Bamboo – CUSF’s cooling simulation packageOur cooling team have recently been working on Bamboo, a set of analysis and modelling tools that predicts the temperatures …
- What have we been up to?Even though our hands-on work has been paused in the past 12 months, that doesn’t mean we haven’t been busy …