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    The Spacefleet Association: The EARL Project

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     Ready to launch EARL-D4 and Dart

    The EARL ProjectThe EARL-D4 sub-scale rocket-powered UAV/boost glide vehicle is ready to launch, and our sub-scale space dart vehicle is nearly ready. We now have a permit from the Romanian Ministry of Defence, to test-fly these vehicles at a military range in Romania. the first flights could occur later, this month (October), if our paperwork is deemed to be all in order and the weather is kind to us..


    Note: Source: Spacefleet Ltd

    Posted by Admin on Saturday, August 05 @ 19:51:10 BST (49 reads)
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     Waiting for progress

    The EARL ProjectThe EARL-D4 has been ready to fly on its first test flight since February. We are waiting for a permit from the Romanian Civil Aviation Authority, which we hope to receive in a few weeks' time. We should then be able to do the series of four test flights next Spring.


    Note: Spacefleet Ltd: The EARL Project


    Posted by Admin on Tuesday, November 01 @ 08:49:17 GMT (194 reads)
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     Nearly There

    The EARL ProjectThe launch date for the EARL-D4 is drawing close. The hull is under construction and testing of the solid-propellant rocket motor is under way.


    Note: Spacefleet Ltd
    The EARL Project

    Posted by Admin on Sunday, September 06 @ 14:51:58 BST (633 reads)
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     First step completed

    The EARL ProjectThe EARL-D3 test vehicle has now worked as planned. On 31st March, there was a successful flight, in which the vehicle took off vertically, rose to around 400m altitude, and then under autopilot control flew a curved glide path back to a landing within 50m of the take-off point.

    Posted by Admin on Monday, June 01 @ 09:00:13 BST (1379 reads)
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     First Step

    The EARL ProjectA sub-scale test vehicle has flown for the first time. While it gave some very useful data, some systems did not work, despite being tested on the ground before the flight.


    Note: Spacefleet Ltd, Reev River Aerospace

    Posted by Admin on Tuesday, February 03 @ 14:52:46 GMT (1922 reads)
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