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Melissa was a small supersonic rocket which was designed as a cost effective method of obtaining supersonic dynamics data and potentially performing supersonic control actuations.


Melissa was designed predominantly by Lachlan Matchett and David Wright and was Launched a total of three times, the last of which was an attempt to get a New Zealand Altitude Record (see Melissa went supersonic on all of these occasions, giving the project it's first supersonic dynamics data.

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