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Sugar Shot to Space - Synopsis

Rocket Science is all of art, computer science, engineering, mathematics, physics and soothsaying. Of some 50 Sugar Shot to Space participants, about 3/4ths of us are Americans. One might aptly call us a western amateur volunteer space project, with Australia in the “far-west”.

In June of 2005, none of us had any idea of that next month the topic would change from our usual experimental low-energy rocket motor discussions. On July 11th, 2005, our member from Slovenia asked; “I'm wondering if it would be possible to build a rocket capable of reaching space (100km), which would be powered by sugar propellant and how should this rocket look like.”

After a few calculations, a few days, and the thought of it, most of us had stepped forward as volunteers and our project had a name: Sugar Shot to Space.

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Synopsis in english format/units (100 kb PDF)
Synopsis in metric format/units (100 kb PDF)

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Name Size Quality/Resolution Format
Rocket high resolution 496 Kb 300 dpi (4581x1589 pixels) JPG
Rocket low resolution 29 kb 72 dpi (600x208 pixels) JPG
SS2S Logo EPS 428 kb High Quality EPS
SS2S Logo PDF 32 kb High Quality PDF

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