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Recommended Motors = E12-4

    Astron Explorer Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Astron Explorer Model Rocket Kit

    Standing more than 42" tall when assembled, this Skill Level 4 kit includes waterslide decals and plastic nose cones.

    Conquest Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Conquest Model Rocket Kit

    The time and experience you put into building the Estes Conquest will be rewarded when you see this futuristic rocket blast form the launch pad on a D or E motor.

    Destination Mars - Mars Longship Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Destination Mars - Mars Longship Model Rocket Kit

    First deployed in 2052 to support the expanding Mars outpost, the Mars Longship is the workhorse of the colonization fleet and a marvel of dynamic engineering. The Longship carries crucial supplies and eager colonists from Earth to Mars orbit, completing a circuit between the planets every eighteen months.

    Estes's flying model kit captures this futuristic vision of Mars colonization. Standing over two-feet tall once assembled, the kit flies on D and E motors and is recovered by parachute.

    Executioner Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Executioner Model Rocket Kit

    The Execution is over 36" tall and flies on powerful D and E motors. The kit includes a slotted body tube and laser-cut wood fins.

    Expedition Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Expedition Model Rocket Kit

    The Estes Expedition takes to the skies on C, D or E motors. Standing just over two-feet tall when assembled, the Expedition features laser-cut fins, water-slide decals and an 18" parachute.

    Shuttle Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Shuttle Model Rocket Kit

    The Estes Shuttle is a nod to the past as well as a look toward the future. The retro-styled orbiter is launched on a next-generation heavy-launch system. At apogee, a parachute deploys to safely recover the booster while the orbiter begins its slow glide back to earth.



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