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05.02.2012

Toy Fair: Klima Presents New Engines And Midpower Kits

At the international 2012 Nuremberg Toy Fair, Raketenmodellbau Klima GmbH from Germany presented a new line of composite rocketry engines along with midpower model rocket kits from Quest Aerospace. Company-owner Robert Klima introduced his new motor line first at the Nuremberg Toy Fair 2011. Due to some delays with his suppliers, the self-constructed production machine is still not ready. Klima...[more]

Category: Market

27.01.2012

Rocketarium Announces New Line Of Oddroc Kits

The oddroc product line includes two traditional saucer-style designs: Hexagon and Octagon. These include pre-cut plywood pieces for the base, top, and internal support structure. The side panels are formed from card stock templates. Quite unique are the Vortico and Mega Vortico. These rockets shoot straight up, while rotating. Once they reach apogee, they helicopter down for a soft landing. ...[more]

Category: Market

29.09.2011

Rocket Electronics Announces Release Of RockeTiltometer 2

Rocket Electronics is pleased to announce the release of the next generation of its flagship product. The RockeTiltometerTM 2 is an enhanced, yet lower cost version of its award winning attitude-based ignition control system. Successfully utilized in several complex high powered rocketry projects, including the latest mega-project by Steve Eves (see story in the June 2011 issue of Rockets...[more]

Category: Market

31.08.2011

Altus Metrum Releases TeleMini And AltOS 1.0

Altus Metrum is pleased to announce the immediate availability of TeleMini along with version 1.0 of our AltOS software. TeleMini is a miniature dual-deploy flight computer with data logging and radio telemetry. Small enough to fit comfortably in an 18mm tube, this powerful package does everything you need on a single board: - 5kB on-board data logging memory. - 70cm ham-band digital...[more]

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26.06.2011

Giant Leap Rocketry Releases the MARIAH-54

The MARIAH-54 is a minimum diameter 54 mm kit from Giant Leap Rocketry. Like its smaller cousin (the Mariah-38)  the MARIAH-54 features Giant Leap'snew SHOTGUN RECOVERY SYSTEMę. This means that the MARIAH-54 is dual-deployment but has only one separation point to reduce drag and increase performance. The SHOTGUN configuration makes this a unique and high-performance rocket. The MARIAH-54...[more]

Category: Market

13.05.2011

Giant Leap Rocketry Releases 54mm Bell Retainer

Giant Leap Rocketry introduces a 54mm version of the Slimline Bell-Shaped Nozzle Retainer. Like its 38mm cousin, the 54mm Bell Retainer is available in silver and black. The Bell Retainer not only holds reloadable motors in place, just like other Slimline retainers, but it adds a nozzle shape to the aft end of a rocket. It's internally threaded, so it works exactly like the other threaded...[more]

Category: Market

06.04.2011

Rebel Space Rocketry News

Here some rocketry news from REBEL Space: - CTI We have been able to lower all ProX prices between 10 to 15% depending on the type of product. Together with CTI we are still working on the CE-classification for the Pro24/29 and the new ProX propellant types. We have run into some unforeseen delays however, as soon as this is in place we will tackle the BAM and HSE classification. From CTI...[more]

Category: Market

04.04.2011

Art Applewhite Introduces Forte' Launch Controller

Art Applewhite Rockets is proud to introduce the latest product, a simple, safe, reliable and compact device called the Forte' Launch Controller. The Forte' is a self-contained, four-pad launch controller constructed with a high-impact, water-resistant, polypropylene case and comes in three versions: the Deluxe, Standard, and Economy models.The control panel has a water-resistant, snap-down cover...[more]

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