HyImpulse Demo Flight

HyImpulse Demo Flight

SL1 TBD - 2024
HyImpulse plans consecutive launches of the sounding rocket for later this year from the SaxaVord spaceport in Shetland.They build launch services and space tugs that can reach any part of Low-Earth-Orbit without the usual hassles of high cost and long wait times.
Last updated: May 10, 2024

Launch Information

Launch Information

Launch Vehicle Details

Mission NameHyImpulse Demo Flight
Launch SiteSaxaVord Spaceport, Shetland Space Centre, United Kingdom
Launch VehicleSL1
AgencyHyImpulse Technologies
Launch DateTBD - 2024
HyImpulse has received its first flight license from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for its sounding rocket, They build launch services and space tugs that can reach any part of Low-Earth-Orbit without the usual hassles of high cost and long wait times, which is now ready to launch from the Shetland Islands thanks to the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS). Furthermore, the Company plans consecutive launches of the sounding rocket for later this year from the SaxaVord spaceport in Shetland.

Launch Vehicle - SL1

Payload To LEO600 Kg
Diameter2.2 m
PropulsionLOX / Paraffin
Stages3
Rocket Height27.0 m
Total Length33.0 m