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Weight (oz) in range 13.95...14.05

    D-Region Tomahawk (29mm) Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products D-Region Tomahawk (29mm) Rocket Kit (14.0000)

    The D-Region Tomahawk was flown early in 1968. This vehicle was intended to fly to 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. This new kit from ASP is over three feet tall and features through-the-wall laser-cut plywood fins, a balsa nose cone, a steel cable shock cord mount, and self-adhesive decals.

    This kit makes a great intro to mid-power rocketry and flies fantastic on 29mm F and G engines. ASP's kit provides an accurate scale outline, but is fairly easy to build leaving room for the modeler to add additional details if desired.

    A parachute is not included with this kit. A 24" nylon 'chute is recommeded.

    That Tube Rocket (29mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products That Tube Rocket (29mm) Model Rocket Kit (14.0000)

    This larger version of ASP's That Tube Rocket flies on 29mm F and G motors.

    ASP's That Tube Rocket flies without the use of standard fins. Very easy to build, That Tube Rocket includes a quick-change engine hook that makes it easy to fly over and over. Features ASP's usual top-quality components and outstanding instructions.

    Recommended Parachute (not included): 24" to 36" Nylon (regular or thin mil, 30" or 36" is best for most flights)

    Orbital Transport Model Rocket Kit

    Semroc Orbital Transport Model Rocket Kit (14.0000)

    The Estes Orbital Transport first appeared in the 1968 Estes catalog. Inspired by a painting on the cover of the November, 1959, issue of Popular Mechanics magazine, the Estes Orbital Transport kit featured a futuristic design with a gliding orbiter. The rocket's booster is 23 inches long and .976 inches in diameter. The orbiter is 8.6 inches long and .736 inches in diameter.

    Semroc's reproduction of the Classic Estes kit features balsa nose cones, laser-cut balsa fins, elastic shock cord, and improved shock cord mounting.


    Popular Mechanics, November, 1959



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