Terran 1’s interstage was successfully removed from the test stand, completing its structural ATP test, which finalizes all full-scale structural testing of Relativity’s first flight vehicle. Achieving this turning point proves that Relativity’s 3D printed rocket structure is ready to face flight loads.
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Recent Terran 1 Milestone Momentum —
Finished internal precision cleaning of S2 and sealed off the tanks,
which means no more internal work to be done on this segment of Terran 1
Built a new dual-bay test stand to our testing facility, the E4B test stand in
Stennis, MS at NASA Stennis Space Center.
December 2021: Completed a “rainbird” test
from our launch pad at LC-16. “Rainbirds” are part of the water system that will be
used to mitigate acoustics at liftoff.
Oct 2021: Conducted fully-integrated Stage 1
testing of Terran 1, including hydro proof testing, cryogenic proof testing and flight