ARIS’ first supersonic rocket
Flying to 30’000ft and enduring supersonic speeds for the first time, ARIS’s third rocket EULER paves the way for flying a self-developed hybrid rocket engine and sets another milestone towards flying student-built hardware in orbit.
The sounding rocket EULER
Spaceport America Cup 2020
In June 2020, ARIS will send a student team to New Mexico, USA, to compete at the Spaceport America Cup for the third time. Building on the successes of Project Tell and Project HEIDI, Project EULER will develop and build a sounding rocket to reach an apogee of 30’000ft with a commercial off-the-shelf motor and bring the whole system safely back to ground. To fly to new heights, they will need to reach for the strongest solid rocket motors that are commercially available and design a system that withstands supersonic speeds.
The team consists of over 37 highly motivated students from ETH Zürich, ZHAW, HSLU, FHNW, EPFL and the HSR. Over the duration of approximately one year, they will apply classroom knowledge, and acquire new skills to design creative solutions for the demanding challenges ahead of them.
Reach 30’000 ft.
ARIS strives to improve and progress every year. Therefore, EULER wants to reach 30’000 ft. this year, something no project at ARIS has done before. A giant but doable leap!
First Place in 30k Category.
Only reaching 30’000 ft. has never won someone an award. Therefore, apart from reaching the desired altitude we want to win the 30k category of the Spaceport America Cup.
Win Payload Challenge.
An ARIS Alumni will construct a special payload as part of his Master Theses. Having that payload on board we aim to win that category!
– The enablers of project EULER –