Imperial students set to send reusable rocket into space


Students at Imperial College London hope to be the world’s first university team to launch a reusable rocket into space.

The Karman Space Programme at Imperial plans to design, build and launch a rocket to pass the Karman Line – the internationally recognised boundary to space, roughly 100km above sea level – and then successfully return it to Earth to be used again.  

If successful, the Imperial team will be the first student group to achieve the remarkable feat with a reusable rocket. 

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