During the first static fire test hot powder flew up the body tube of Dash. This resulted in heavily damaging Arch, requiring a reorder for the electrical components of Arch. This in turn delayed some milestones but most of them are the same, such as the launch dates. This problem was not thought of as the rocket motor was never suppose to fire anything out the other end, and could have very well been a faulty motor. Moving forward measures will be put in place to prevent this. So far, an aluminum foil disc designed to be a barrier between Arch and the TVC mount seems to be the best option as it is very light. The new timeline is listed below.