Two stage rocket with a large, clear plastic payload section.
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Availability date: 0000-00-00
|Motor mount||18 mm|
|Recovery||45 cm plastic parachute|
|Launch pad||3 mm launch rod|
|Recommended Engines||Single stage: Estes B4-4 (First Launch), B6-4, C6-5 - Klima B4-4, C6-5 Two stage booster: Estes B6-0 (first launch), C6-0 - Klima B4-0, C6-0, D9-0 Two stage upper stage: Estes A8-5 (First launch), B6-4, B6-6, C6-7 - Klima B4-4, C6-7, D9-7|
The Loadstar II is a very interesting rocket for the experimenter. You can put any sort of experiments into its large payload section, 40 mm diameter and 10 centimeter of useful space. As a two-stager, the Loadstar II will bring your devices to an incredibly high altitude. You can also use this rocket as your first multi-stage model and enjoy the thrill these kind of rockets are able to give.
Construction is traditional, fins are laser cut from balsa and must be glued to the body tube, and you will have to paint the rocket with spray cans.
This rocket requires a launching pad with 3 mm launch rod like the Estes Porta Pad II, the Estes Astron Launch Pad or the Klima Launch Pad, and an electric launch controller as the Estes Electron Beam, the Estes Astron Launch Controller or the Klima Launch Controller.
The kit includes:
To assemble the rocket you need (not included):
Hobby knife, scissors, tweezers, ruler, pencil, aliphatic glue, masking tape, transparent adhesive tape, fine sandpaper, spray paints
To launch your rocket you need (not included):