China’s Deep Blue Aerospace Nebula-M test rocket will undergo a 1km VTVL (vertical takeoff and landing) flight test on May 6, 2022 as part of the development of the commercial space company’s milestone Nebula-1 reusable orbiter launcher. Has completed.
Founded in 2017, Deep Blue Aerospace conducted a test using the Nebula M1 test article at a facility in Tongchuan, Shaanxi Province on May 6, and landed within 0.5 meters of the landing pad “Bullseye”.
This test is a milestone in the development of a complete Nebula-1 rocket with a recoverable first phase, demonstrating the progress and efforts of Chinese launch startups to develop a reusable launcher. I am.
The video landing is hidden by dust thrown by thrust, but the company claims the test was successful.
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