After the third (back up) CanSat rocket was recovered, DARE had planned a timeslot for a solid engine test for project Aether. The engine was prepared around 13:30, but sadly after the countdown, the engine did not fire. After this misfire, every participant of the launch day left the military base except of 20 DARE members. We got an extension on our launch window, which normally closes around 14:00. The engine was prepared once more. After the countdown, the engine was fired. Sadly, due to a yet to be determined failure, the engine propellant got in touch with the dry grass of ‘t Harde. The drought, combined with the wind, caused a fire to be spread quickly. Since the wind was away from us, the fire never got close to any members and nobody got hurt. Also, due to close collaboration with the military personel and the corresponding firemen at ASK ‘t Harde, the firemen where on site quickly since they were on stand-by. We would like to give once more a special thanks to them for their continued support! This once more showed how important it is for us to properly test our engines at ASK in a safe manner.