Barbarella was the designation of the first German hybrid rocket. It was developed under the management of R. Schmucker and W. Schauer at the beginning of the 1970s by students of the Munich technical university and launched on March 12, 1974 from the jack-up drilling platform "Barbara" in the Baltic Sea. The Barbarella had a thrust of 370 N and used as fuel a toluidin aminophenol mixture and nitric acid. The Barbarella is today displayed in the Deutsches Museum in Munich.
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