"The flight was perfect. It went 131 feet high, and landed less than one foot from the launch point," Carmack reported on his web site. "It can easily do flights three times as long, which may show up some problems before we hit them with the big vehicle."Link to space.com article with images and video, Link to Armadillo Aerospace home (thanks, Steve)
Armadillo's rocket concept makes use of a hydrogen peroxide monopropellant.
Carmack said the vehicle's auto-land system worked perfectly, softly settling down on its tail section. "I had tried several algorithms on the simulator before settling on this one, and it behaved exactly the same in reality, which is always a pleasant surprise."