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Manufacturer = Rocketarium

    AA-10 Alamo Air-to-Air Missile Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium AA-10 Alamo Air-to-Air Missile Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium's Alamo is a scale model of the Vympel R-27 air-to-air missile (which is designated the AA-10 Alamo by NATO). Rocketarium's Alamo military scale kit is a large and heavy model rocket which makes it excellent for small launch sites. The model features three sets of fins and a boat tail

    The Alamo military scale rocket kit has three sets of pre-cut fins for a total of twelve fins. The tail cone is created from the card stock template. The kit comes with the twelve pre-cut fins, plywood centering rings, a parachute kit for recovery, and other parts needed to build the rocket.

    Recommended Engines (and estimated altitude):

    • Single Use: D12-3 (480 ft), E20-4 (910 ft), E15-4 (1070 ft)
    • Aerotech RMS 24/40: D15-4 (540 ft), E18-4 (980 ft), F12-5 (1110 ft), F24-4 (1160 ft)
    • CTI Pro24: 24-E22-4 (650 ft), 26-E31-6 (700 ft)
    Aster Military Missile Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Aster Military Missile Model Rocket Kit

    The Aster missile family is generally flown in a two-stage configuration. The Aster 15 and Aster 30 missiles are identical, other than the size of the booster. The booster size determines the missile's range. The highly-agile Aster was designed to intercept next-generation supersonic anti-ship missiles.

    Rocketarium's semi-scale kit is a single-stage model of the sustainer stage of the ground-to-air Aster missile which flies on D to F engines.

    Black Brant III 1/10 Scale Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Black Brant III 1/10 Scale Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium's scale model kit of the Black Brant III Canadian-designed sounding rocket includes vinyl and water-slide decals and features an ejection baffle (no wadding required). The kit comes with laser-cut plywood centering rings and fins and a 12" plastic parachute kit.

    Black Brant IIIB (NASA) Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Black Brant IIIB (NASA) Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium's 1/10th scale model of the Canadian Black Brant sounding rocket features extra-durable tubes, laser-cut rings and fins, and an ejection baffle. Recovery is by parachute. Vinyl and water-slide decals are included to help you finish the rocket in NASA livery.

    Black Brant IV-B Mod 1 Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Black Brant IV-B Mod 1 Model Rocket Kit

    Daedalus Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Daedalus Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium's Daedalus is a two-stage model rocket with self-adhesive decals, pre-cut fins, laser-cut plywood centering rings, translucent nose cone, and a 15" plastic parachute kit. Assembled, the Daedalus stands more than three feet tall.

    Frangible ARCAS Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Frangible ARCAS Model Rocket Kit

    Atlantic Research Corporation developed the ARCAS (All-Purpose Rocket for Collecting Atmospheric Soundings) for the Office of Naval Research (ONR). An ARCAS rocket was first launched in July of 1959. During the 1960s, the Air Force developed a variant of the sounding rocket known as the Frangible ARCAS Meteorological Rocket which was designed to be flown over residential areas. To avoid injury and damage to property on the ground, a sheet of explosive material wrapped around the airframe allowed the rocket to be destroyed in mid-air..

    Rocketarium's scale Frangible ARCAS model separates at motor ejection and descends under a parachute. The kit doesn't get blown to pieces and, unlike the real rocket, can enjoy many flights.

    Gadfly Missile Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Gadfly Missile Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium's Gadfly is a scale model of the Soviet SA-11 radar-guided surface-to-air missile introduced in the 1980s.

    The Gadfly military scale rocket kit flies on a cluster of three 18mm rocket engines. The large forward fins are created by gluing two shorter fin sections together. The fin sections and fins themselves are pre-cut.

    Hydra Sandhawk Two-Stage Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Hydra Sandhawk Two-Stage Model Rocket Kit

    The Hydra Sandhawk water-launched sounding rocket combined a NOTS 401A booster with a Sandhawk sustainer for two-stage flights. Prior to launch, the Hydra Sandhawk was submerged in ocean water, in a floating launcher, off the California coast. The sounding rocket soared to an altitude of 175 miles, carrying its scientific payload to the very edge of space.

    The scale flying model rocket kit includes four plywood centering rings, and other parts to build both booster and sustainer stages. Build your own rocket kit today and relive aerospace history on a smaller scale.

    Maxtermind Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Maxtermind Model Rocket Kit

    The Maxtermind is Rocketarium's signature rocket. This sleek mid-power rocket flies on D to F motors.

    The split-fin design gives the Maxtermind character and makes it fun to build. The kit includes large self-adhesive decals, laser-cut centering rings, balsa fin shock, parachute kit for recovery, and other parts needed to build it.

    PL12 SD10-A Air-to-Air Missile Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium PL12 SD10-A Air-to-Air Missile Model Rocket Kit

    The PL12 Air-to-Air Missile is operated mainly by the Chinese and Pakistani military forces. The missile is often launched from JF-17 Thunder jet fighters.

    Rocketarium's kit includes laser-cut plywood centering rings and fins, a plastic nose and tail-cone, and an 18-inch pre-assembled plastic parachute.

    This scale model of the PL12 can be launched on a variety of rocket engines, ranging from D to F. This lets you easily adjust altitude for launch site dimensions.

    Retro Rebel Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Retro Rebel Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium has utilized a computer-controlled production process to create the intricate pieces that assemble to produce one of the most unique flying model rocket kits you'll ever see. The Rebel Rebel rocket kit includes twenty-two pre-cut plywood pieces. It uses a parachute for recovery and includes a Kevlar and elastic shock cord.

    RM-2 Research Missile 2 Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium RM-2 Research Missile 2 Model Rocket Kit

    The US developed the Research Missile 2 (RM-2) to study supersonic drag. Several vehicles were built to research the effects of fin shape and sweep on drag.

    The unique design of this model rocket will make it stand out at any launch. There are a total of four fins, and two large wings. Don't let those wings fool you, the RM2 flies as straight as can be.

    Rocketarium's Research Missile 2 model rocket kit has a boat tail which is cut from a cardstock template and shaped by the modeler. This makes the RM2 a Skill Level 4 kit. Otherwise it builds more like a Level 2 or 3 kit. The kit comes with enough balsa wood to cut the four fins and two large wings. Also included are three plywood centering rings, body tube, motor mount, nose cone, and parachute kit.

    Roland Surface-to-Air Missile Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Roland Surface-to-Air Missile Model Rocket Kit

    The Roland was part of a mobile S.A.M. system which fired the missilesfrom a tube. As soon as the missiles left the tube, their fins popped into place. Different versions were developed by the U.S. Army and the French/German armed forces. The US version never made it past the development stage and was never used in battle.

    This model rocket kit comes with a lot of nose weight, required for stable flight. As a result, launches are slow and majestic. The weight limits altitude which is great for smaller launch sites.

    S-25 Berkut Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium S-25 Berkut Model Rocket Kit

    In the 1950s, the USSR developed the first operational Surface-To-Air Missile (SAM), the S-25 Berkut. Rocketarium's sport-scale model of the S25-Berkut has an impressive 8.47" fin span and stands nearly 28" tall.

    The kit includes a laser-cut plywood transition ring and cardstock transition template for forming the rocket's tail cone which is larger on the bottom. Quality sheets of balsa are included along with templates for the large rear and smaller canard fins.

    This sport-scale model flies on D and E motors. It is a challenging, but rewarding, kit for skilled builders.

    SA-2 Guideline Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium SA-2 Guideline Model Rocket Kit

    The Soviet SA-2 Guideline was the first surface-to-air missile to actually take down an enemy aircraft in flight. The Soviets deployed the SA-2 near Soviet cities, such as Moscow, to defend against USAF bombers during the cold war. Later, they were also used in East Germany.

    Rocketarium's flying scale model of the SA-2 features three sets of fins and an expanding tail cone. This unique design is fun to build and exciting to launch on a D12-5 or D17-7 motor. The finished rocket stands 26.5" tall and has a fin span of 5.625".

    Sandia Sandhawk Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Sandia Sandhawk Model Rocket Kit

    The Sandia Corporation developed the Sandhawk sounding rocket to conduct research missions for the Atomic Energy Commission.

    Rocketarium's kit models the single-stage configuration of the Sandhawk.  The finished rocket stands 37.8" tall and has a 1.637" body diameter.

    This Skill Level 3 kit includes details such as fin plates and fin brackets which you cut from card stock using the templates included with the kit.

    The kit features a translucent nose cone, BT60 body tubes, tube coupler, balsa sheets, a motor mount, and a parachute kit for recovery.

    SkyFlash Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium SkyFlash Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium's SkyFlash is a semi-scale model of a semi-active radar homing air-to-air missile.The medium-range SkyFlash missile was deployed in a wide variety of configurations.

    Due to the large forward fins, the SkyFlash model rocket is best flown when there's little to no wind.

    SS-520 Cluster Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium SS-520 Cluster Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium's SS-520 Cluster Rocket is a single-staged, sport-scale model of a Japanese sounding rocket. The real SS-520 is a two-stage rocket, the kit is single stage.

    The real SS-520 rockets can reach altitudes of 800 km to conduct scientific experiments and gather data. This flying model rocket doesn't go quite as high. It does, however, fly on a cluster of two 18mm motors for added fun and excitement.

    The kit's self-adhesive decal sheet includes fin wraps, lettering, and body wraps. The nose cone and antennae area (right below the nose cones) need to be painted.

    Tamir Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Tamir Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium's Tamir is a scale model kit of Tamir Interceptor Missile which is used in Israel's Iron Dome air defense system. The Iron Dome system is designed to intercept and destroy short-range rockets and artillery shells.

    This rocket kit comes complete with laser cut rings and fins, high-quality tubes and a plastic nose cone. It includes an ejection baffle and an 18" pre-assembled plastic parachute. This rocket requires 3/16" Launch Rod and compatible launch system.

    Turbo Vortico Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Turbo Vortico Model Rocket Kit

    The Turbo Vortico is a three-blade, upscale version of Rocketarium's Vortico 'copter-style rocket. Like it's smaller cousin, the Turbo Vortico flies straight up while spinning then helicopters down for a smooth landing. The Turbo Vortico flies on 29mm E to G motors.

    This oddroc kit comes with six (6) pieces of laser-cut plywood, a heavy-wall motor tube, and a 1/4" launch lug. Fully illustrated instructions make assembly a breeze.

    Vortico Odd-Roc Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Vortico Odd-Roc Model Rocket Kit

    Looking for something different? Give this oddroc a whirl! The Vortico shoots straight up into the sky and starts spinning. That motion results in helicoptering on the way down for a smooth landing. This oddroc consists of seven pre-cut plywood pieces, motor tube, and launch lug. The clearly illustrationed instructions make the Vortico rocket easy to assemble. The Vortico doesn't land far from where it took off. This is a great rocket for a launch site with a small recovery area.

    This rocket should not be flown on windy days. Use a short (1 foot) launch rod



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