Winners of the 9000m SOLID class at EuRoC, and the 30K feet COTS class at SA Cup 2021!

 

Upcoming events

Spaceport America Cup

20 - 26 June 2022

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EuRoC 2021

«Making a rocket is a lot of hard work. Before going to Portugal we had made a large effort to be as ready as possible.

 

Unsurprisingly we were still not ready. Leading up to departure we had performed complete assembly of the rocket something like three times, but we still hadn’t resolved every issue that had popped up during assembly...»

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Propulse NTNU

Propulse NTNU is a rocketry project for students, by students at NTNU. Through Propulse NTNU students gain unique hands-on experiences with advanced engineering projects by designing, developing, and building high powered rockets. Click here to learn more.

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Sponsors

Check out the companies and institutions that makes Propulse NTNU possible, and how your company can benefit.

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The Rocket Project

Each year we design and build a rocket from scratch to compete in a competition. The previous rocket was from team 2021 and competed at EuRoC in October 2021. Team 2022 is currently developing our next rocket, Birkeland, set to compete in SA Cup this summer.

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Research & Development

We currently have two long term research projects going on. The hybrid project, where we are developing our own hybrid rocket engine. And Penumbra, where we are developing a 3d rocket simulator.

Would you like to write your bachelor or master thesis at Propulse? Contact us here:

contact@propulsentnu.no

 

We have already made a list of suggested topics for a thesis. You are free to make own suggestions as well.