Shastas Rocket Site

Category: Estes

Jupiter-C/Explorer-1

Model # Description A 1/35 semi-scale model of the rocket used to launch America’s first satellite. This is the same scale as the Estes Mercury Redstone and Mercury Atlas. Additional Information Instructions Photo Gallery Build History Flights Date Location # Motor Comments 02/17/2013 Sod Farm BS63 C6-3 Another great Estes [ … ]

Ascender

Model #9706 Description Estes has added new E2X kits to the Pro Series II to make it even easier to get started flying larger mid-power rockets! The Ascender is the tallest rocket in this new series and sure to be a crowd pleaser. Standing 42.1 inches tall, this rocket can [ … ]

V-2 (K-22)

Model #K-22 Description Skill Level 3. This is a scale model of the rocket that opened the door to the space age. It was the first to solve the problems of propulsion and guidance. Additional Information Length: 11.2″ Diameter: 1.325″ Weight: 7 oz. Recommended Motors: 1/2A6-2, A8-3, B6-4, B14-5, C6-5 [ … ]

Goblin

Model #7237 Description Powerful and fast, this spooky little kit really gets up and moves. You’ll need a good recovery team to retrieve her as she’ll reach 1,550 feet and more flight after flight with “D” engines. Dramatic recovery with big, 2″ wide bright orange tracking streamers. Additional Information Length: [ … ]

X-Ray

Model #1218 Description Perfect for your first payloader or second kit. Features large see-through payload/cargo section. Perfect for research work of all kinds. The recommended single stage payload vehicle for small biological projects. Additional Information Length: 16.75″ Diameter: 0.736″ Payload Diameter: 0.976″ Weight: 0.7 oz. Recovery: 12″ Parachute Recommended Motors: [ … ]

V-2

Model #3228 Description this scale model is a replica of the ground-to-ground ballistic missile developed at Peenemunde before and during World War II. This scale features “D” engine power, detailed plastic nose cone, and pre-shaped fins. This historic reporduction will be the attention-getter at your launch site and a handsome [ … ]

Trident

Additional Information Instructions Photo Gallery Build History Flights 06/15/1971 Don Dangler Waterloo, IN Motor – C6-0 Landed in corn field and not recovered. Lost Participants Joe Magginnis Ira Magginnis Kevin Dangler Scott Dangler

Mars Snooper

Additional Information Instructions Photo Gallery Build History Flights 06/15/1971 Location Don Dangler Waterloo, IN 82 Degrees Wind: 0mph Motor – C6-0 Parachute Failed. Nose Cone destroyed. Participants Joe Magginnis Kevin Dangler Scott Dangler Ira Magginnis

Tomahawk

Additional Information Instructions Photo Gallery Build History Flights 12/25/1970 Back Yard Location – Walnut Street Waterloo, IN Maiden Flight Streamer Landed in clothes line across road