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    D-Region Tomahawk (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products D-Region Tomahawk (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The D-Region Tomahawk was flown early in 1968. The rocket flew into the "D" layer of the ionosphere, thus the name "D-Region." Tomahawk rockets are used to this day as the upper stage of many sounding rocket flights.

    The D-Region Tomahawk has long been a favorite of scale modelers. ASP's "peanut scale" kit flies on 13mm mini-engines and features basswood fins, balsa nose cone, decals, and streamer recovery.

    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.

    Kappa-9M (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Kappa-9M (18mm) 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.

    ASP's single-stage scale model features basswood fins, balsa nose cone, balsa transition, and decals. This is a neat looking model that's also fairly easy to build.

    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.

    Sandia Sandhawk (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Sandia Sandhawk (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The Sandia Sandhawk was developed as an upper stage for sounding rocket systems. The Sandhawk flew three times as a single stage rocket between 1966 and 1974.

    ASP's "Peanut Scale" model features basswood fins, balsa nose cone, wire antennas, and decals. This great looking model flies on mini A motors.

    Super Loki Dart (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Super Loki Dart (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The Super Loki-Dart is one of NASA's workhorses for lofting small payloads. Radar chaff, inflatable spheres, and radiosondes for meteorological data are some of the payloads sent aloft by this vehicle.

    ASP's scale model is both fun and challenging to build. It includes a full decal set. At 3 1/2 feet tall, this is an impressive model that always attracts attention. Rockets built from this kit have placed in both regional and national competitions.

    V-2 (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products V-2 (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The V-2 ("Vengeance Weapon 2") is perhaps the most famous, and certainly the most infamous, rocket ever built. Designed by Werner von Braun for the Nazi war effort during WWII, the V-2 was the world's first large liquid-fueled rocket.

    After the war, many captured V-2s were flown by the U.S. as well as the Soviet Union. Despite its horrific inception as a weapon of destruction, the V-2 was the forerunner of all the large liquid-fuel rockets which were to follow.

    At just 7 3/4" tall, ASP's model is true to scale and features a balsa boattail, balsa nose cone and laser-cut basswood fins.

    V-2 (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products V-2 (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The V-2 ("Vengeance Weapon 2") is perhaps the most famous, and certainly the most infamous, rocket ever built. Designed by Werner von Braun for the Nazi war effort during WWII, the V-2 was the world's first large liquid-fueled rocket. After the war, many captured V-2s were flown by the U.S. as well as the Soviet Union. Despite its horrific inception as a weapon of destruction, the V-2 was the forerunner of all the large liquid-fuel rockets which were to follow.

    Featuring a balsa boattail, balsa nose cone, and laser-cut basswood fins, ASP's 11 1/4" tall model is true to scale and flies on standard A thru C motors.

    V-2 (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products V-2 (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    ASP's 24mm V-2 is their most popular kit. The kit includes a pre-drilled balsa boattail, a balsa nose cone, and laser-cut basswood fins. Designed primarily to fly on D12 motors, the V2 also flies great on 18mm Bs and Cs with an adapter (not included).



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