Scout V 0.4 Test Launch

The first Scout vehicle to use generally successful thrust vectoring, and deployment of the drag fins, Scout V 0.4 was a milestone in the Scout program. Ascending to roughly 20-30 ft, Scout V 0.4 was able to correct for deviations in its orientation before descending due to lack of vertical thrust. Once descending, the rocket anticipated ignition of the retro-burner on board, and recalibrated the vectoring system, resulting in a loss of stability. Technical report: Single Cam A: Single Cam B:

Duration 78 seconds

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