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    Corporal (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Corporal (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The Corporal was the first guided missile put into use by the U. S. Army. Originally designed as a test vehicle to study the problems associated with long range rockets, the Corporal was later turned into a tactical battlefield missile capable of carrying either a conventional or nuclear warhead. The first test vehicle was flown in 1947. Full production vehicles made their appearance in the summer of 1952. The basic design saw some modifications until the Corporal was retired in 1964.

    ASP's model features a balsa nose cone and balsa conduits, basswood fins, and decals.

    Kappa-7-1 (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Kappa-7-1 (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The Kappa-7 was designed as a booster for Japan's later Kappa-8 and Kappa-9 rockets as well as being used as a single-stage sounding rocket. It was determined, however, that the vehicle was unsuitable as a single-stage rocket. The lone Kappa-7 flight was made on November 18, 1959 to confirm the motor's suitability as a booster. 

    ASP's model of one of Japan's early sounding rockets makes a great beginner's kit. Capable of flying on a wide range of engines, this great looking and great flying model can be flown on practically any size field.

    "Young Astronauts Club" Cadet Model Rocket Kit (OOP, 1987)

    Estes "Young Astronauts Club" Cadet Model Rocket Kit (OOP, 1987)

    Estes released the Cadet kit in 1987 to support the "Young Astronauts Club." This kit is no longer in production. It is in good condition and is still-sealed in the original packaging.

    Based on the Blazer kit, this kit features die-cut fiber fins and streamer recovery.

    Established in 1984 by the White House, the Young Astronauts Council uses space to promote interest in science, math, and technology among young people. The Council supports local Young Astronauts Chapters around the world as well as the "Young Astronauts Club" for individual memberships. The Council is a non-profit organizationand receives no government funding. It is funded by membership fees paid by its official chapters. Chapters and Club (individual) members receive official Young Astronaut membership cards and certificates containing a seal that was flown in space aboard the space shuttle.



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