The first two days of the campaign were very busy. The team SERA 3 was able... Read more »

The anemometer sensor is installed at the top of the launchpad so as to be... Lire la suite »

Today, a meeting is organized with SSC to speak about the procedure of... Lire la suite »

At 8.15 am, the first meeting with the SSC team (Swedish Space Corporation)... Lire la suite »

The flycases, the electronic units, tools, PC and every elements necessary... Lire la suite »

It’s on this Easter Monday, April 17th 2017, after we have flown over the... Lire la suite »

The acoustic module is an electronic device that allows us to record the sound atmosphere under the rocket’s fairing during the flight, which means measuring the most relevant acoustic frequencies. The noise under the nose is the consequence of the rocket’s progression through the air and is influenced by the shape of the fairing and the rocket’s speed. Our goal is to determine the acoustic atmosphere so we know if we can have a freight in the nose without having it damaged by the acoustic vibrations.

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This year looks very fructuous for the Perseus project, especially the SERAs demonstrators. With the successful launch of SERA-2 last year, the student demonstrator SERA-3 should be launched this spring from the ESA base of Esrange, in Sweden.

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The participation to the 12thPERSEUS seminar was very active over the two days. The students’ interest in presenting their work to an expert panel and to the PERSEUS community is very keen. This seminar gives them the opportunity to show how their work, carried out within the framework of their respective teaching, is a source of innovation and contributes to the various demonstrators of the PERSEUS project.

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The first realisations in 250 mm for SERA3 have been achieved. The novelty on SERA3 compared to the old SERA is the new diameter of the structure which extends from 160 to 250 mm.

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