Welcome to the Cambridge University Space Flight Wiki!
Note that this is a new wiki and as such many pages are unfinished. Many of the current pages were imported from a different type of wiki and as such may not be formatted correctly.
- Griffin I
- A two-stage spaceshot vehicle intended to reach 150km in 2023
- The second stage of Griffin 1, powered by a Cesaroni Pro98 and equipped with a custom hypersonic recovery system
- Martlet 4
- A single stage rocket powered by Pulsar, intended to break the UK amateur altitude record when it launches in 2022
- White Dwarf
- The scaled-down version of White Giant, used to gain experience with bipropellant liquid rocket engines.
All of our software is free and open source. Anyone is welcome to contribute: simply open a pull request on GitHub with your suggested changes.
- Cooling system model for liquid rocket engines
- Redundant tracking system for HAB launches
- Whole-rocket flight simulator, with emphasis on nitrous oxide behaviour in run tanks and effect on engine performance
- Software package to model 2-phase compressible flow through an injector orifice and determine fluid exit properties
- Cambridge Python Rocketry Simulator is a Python package which provides fully featured rocket trajectory simulation
- Tāwhirimātea (Tawhiri) is our high altitude balloon landing prediction software.
- Project Rooster
- Avionics system for Griffin I
- Project Strix
- Avionics system for Martlet IV
- M3 Avionics
- Avionics system for Martlet III
- Git and GitHub
- A reference guide of how to use Git and Github, which we use for managing software and CAD
- User's Guide
- User's Guide to using MediaWiki, which this wiki runs on.
- Notes for maintaining this wiki and all other CUSF services