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    Black Brant IV-B Model Rocket Kit

    Advanced Rocketry Group Black Brant IV-B Model Rocket Kit

    The original Black Brant IV was a two-stage rocket consisting of a Black Brant V first stage with the Black Brant III second stage and was used by Canadian Space Agency and NASA. This kit is a single-stage model of the Black Brant IV.

    • Uses D, E, F Estes and Aerotech Motors
    • 22 Laser Cut Parts
    • Plastic nose cone and transition
    • Ejection Baffle (no wadding required)
    • 18" Nylon Parachute
    • Over 43" Tall
    • Requires 3/16" Launch Rod
    • Intermediate Assembly Skills Required
    Kappa-9M (24mm or 3x18mm Cluster) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Kappa-9M (24mm or 3x18mm Cluster) Model Rocket Kit

    The Kappa 9M is a two-stage Japanese sounding rocket. The first Kappa 9M (K-9M-1) was flown on November 12, 1962.

    Impressive on display as well as in the air, this kit features basswood fins, a balsa nose cone, and balsa transition, and decal. This big (over 3 1/2 feet tall) model is a can be built to fly on a cluster of three 18mm motors or a single 24mm motor.

    AMRAAM AIM 120A Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium AMRAAM AIM 120A Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium's sport-scale version of the AIM-120 Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile includes a parachute kit for recovery, balsa stock for fins, and three laser-cut plywood centering rings. The included decals add detail to this flying model rocket kit.

    Arcturus Sounding Rocket Scale Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Arcturus Sounding Rocket Scale Model Rocket Kit

    The Arcturus sounding rocket was designed and used for scientific data gathering, mainly meteorological. Itas intended to serve as a replacement, or upgrade, to the popular Arcas sounding rockets. It's main selling point was that it could be launched from the existing Arcas launch platforms, avoiding new infrastructure expenses. The Arcturus rocket never gained a wide user base as new two-stage Arcas configurations served the same purpose more efficiently.

    The finished scale model stands an impressive 38.5" tall. This is a big model rocket kit!

    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.

    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.

    Icarus 3 Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Icarus 3 Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium's Icarus 3 flies on a D to F impulse class model rocket motor. Almost two and a half feet tall, the Icarus features three distinctive rings around the airframe. Six rings are actually cut from from a single body tube section, but only three are visible on the rocket as they overlap. The Icarus III kit includes pre-cut balsa fins, plywood centering rings, a translucent plastic nose cone, and a 15" plastic parachute kit.

    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.

    Sandia Tomahawk Scale Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Sandia Tomahawk Scale Model Rocket Kit

    Thiokol developed the Tomahawk for the Sandia National Laboratory in the early 1960s. While the Tomahawk was most often flown as the sustainer in a two-stage configuration, Rocketarium's kit flies as a single-stage model on D to F motors.



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