Video articles: V2 rocket history, technology, and  rocket science stuff 

Here is a selection of our video articles. They cover a range of subjects from V2 rocket history to onboard hardware, and we even throw in some rocket science for good measure.

How a gyroscope guides a rocket
How a gyroscope guides a rocket
3D CAD modelling the V2 rocket turbo-pump
Analysing and transcribing the original 75-year old V2 rocket turbo-pump technical drawings for modern 3D modelling systems. Computer Aided Design Read more.
This month’s question
In our exploration of the historical sites around Peenemünde we often encounter relics that are a mystery to us. If Read more.
Anatomy of the V2 missile
The eighteen pot injector head. This is the first image blog from Alexsander Savochkin in what we hope will become Read more.
V2 rocket brass fuel injection inserts
Testing V2 rocket fuel injectors
About ten years ago now I was shown a relic, found in the sandy soil of the  Peenemünde woods, that Read more.
A close-up look at the V2 rocket engine’s fuel injector inserts
With a few notes on the development history of this critically important technology The time boundaries for the development of Read more.
This month’s question for you
In our exploration of the historical sites around Peenemünde we often encounter relics that are a mystery to us. If you Read more.
Aerodynamic fin parts with bearing and top-of-fin counterbalance weight visible on the right
Peenemünde: F1 the giant V2 missile factory at Werk Süd
Some images from our field trips exploring the ruins of the Peenemünde Army research complex on Usedom island. This album Read more.
unknown mechanism
This month’s question for you
In our exploration of the historical sites around Peenemünde we often encounter relics that are a mystery to us. If you Read more.
V2 missile launch at Cuxhaven
Rocket science: What makes a rocket fly?
Childhood photo of Nazi armourer and space age pioneer Wernher von Braun
The telescope that launched the space age
... and changed the world. This odd snippet of V2 rocket history spotlights a haunting connection between an old 3" Read more.