Work of Rudolf Nebel and Hermann Oberth to achieve controlled burning of Liquid fuel for rockets
Germany Date:1931 Duration:3 min 44 sec Sound:NO SOUND
July 7, 1930, Oberth and Nebel jointly achieved conrtolled burn with their cone nozzle for a rocket. Diagram of their cone nozzle and view of it being placed in a test frame outdoors. A burn diagram showing steady output. Diagram of the small (mini-rocket) named "Mirak." Views of the test stand set up in Bernstadt, Germany, with instrumentation. Rudolf Nebel standing on a small ladder looking at the rocket. The Mirak in flight. A Mirak explosion. Several buildings comprising Nebel's rocket facilities. Diagram of liquid-fueled rocket motor. Rudolf Nebel and Hermann Oberth at the test stand with their apparatus and views of it in snowy field. Test stand for the burner test in Berlin, 1931 and an explosion that occurred. View of the device with hole blown in it
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