The series of photos that you have been seeing here on Team Phoenicia's blog are NOT the making of a shower head. We will not be launching a test article for a lunar astronaut shower on or GLXP lander, Storming the High Heavens. Rather this is an injector plate for a small rocket engine. We will be using these in tests and we will be providing them to our team's clients. The first delivery of the above is in June.
Last week, Barcelona Moon Team was again in Madrid, to discuss cooperation with several aerospace companies in the region. The team also visited the National Institute for Aerospace Technology INTA, a public research organization attached to the Spanish Ministry of Defense. INTA carries out experimentation, research, certification and testing activities in materials, components, equipment, subsystems and systems, acting as laboratory, technological center and technical service for organizations and companies.
This weekend, programmers from all over Europe will be gearing up to compete in the 5'th Catalysts Coding Coding Contest (CCC'11). This year, the theme is Astronautics. The contest will be held on May 27'th at the Castle of Linz in Linz, Austria and at Babes Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. The competition is also open to online participants.