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    Aerobee 100 Junior Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Aerobee 100 Junior Model Rocket Kit

    The Aerobee 100, or Aerobee Junior, was first flown early in 1958. This vehicle was designed by Aerojet General to be an inexpensive rocket to fly payloads of 50 - 100 pounds up to 90 miles. Most of the 20 produced used a solid-fuel booster, but two were actually sea-launched as a single-stage rocket (which makes this model eligible for NAR Scale competition).

    Aerobee rockets have long been a favorite of scale modelers. ASP's kit is 1.89" in diameter and about 2 1/2 feet tall and features through-the-wall laser-cut plywood fins (with optional balsa laminations), big balsa nose cone, pre-rounded basswood conduits, steel cable shock cord mount and water slide decal. Makes a great intro to mid-power rocketry and flies fantastic (and high!) on 29mm F and G engines!

    A parachute is not included with this kit. We recommend an 18" or 24" nylon parachute.

    This kit has an accurate scale outline, but is also a fairly easy build.

    Aerobee 300 Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Aerobee 300 Model Rocket Kit

    The Aerobee 300, or "Spaerobee", was first flown in 1958. Eleven were flown by the Air Force and Navy with the last taking flight in 1965. The Aerobee series of rockets was designed by Aerojet General and is considered a descendant of the WAC Corporal.

    Aerobee rockets have long been a favorite of scale modelers, and the Aerobee 300 has been an especially popular prototype. ASP's kit is 1.89" in diameter and over three feet tall! The kit features through-the-wall laser-cut plywood fins (with optional balsa laminations), balsa nose cone and transition, pre-rounded basswood conduits, steel cable shock cord mount and water slide and self-adhesive decals.

    Makes a great intro to mid-power rocketry and flies fantastic (and high!) on 29mm F and G engines! This model can reach some impressive altitudes, especially with G engines. The kit has an accurate scale outline but is also a fairly easy build that leaves room for the modeler to add additional details if desired.

    A parachute is not included with this kit. We recommend a 24" nylon parachute.

    Black Brant IV Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Black Brant IV Model Rocket Kit

    The Black Brant IV is a Canadian sounding rocket designed to launch payloads to over 500 miles high. First flown in 1964, the two-stage rocket was used into the 1980's. Over fifty flew from launch sites all over the world, including Peru, Spain, Norway, Greenland, and the U.S. among others.

    ASP's single-stage scale kit is nearly three feet tall and features a balsa transition and hard balsa nose cone, laser-cut basswood fins, water-slide and self-adhesive decals, and a quick-change engine hook. You can fly this model on a wide range of engines, with fairly low altitudes on a C, but practically out-of-sight flights on an E! Designed primarily for 24mm C, D & E engines, it can also be flown on selected 18mm engines with an adapter (not included). A bright metallic parachute returns it to the ground for flight after flight.

    Thunderstorm Model Rocket Kit

    Semroc Thunderstorm Model Rocket Kit

    Over six-foot tall, Semroc's ThunderStorm is sure to attract attention. The kit features through-the-wall fins and comes with a nylon parachute.



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