Estes UP Aerospace SpaceLoft EX2 Rocket

SKU: M402848 1793

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E2X® Series - Easy-to-Assemble: No paint or special tools needed. E2X® kits contain parts that are colored, easy to assemble, plastic fin units and plastic nose cones. Glue the parts together as instructed, apply the self-stick decals and attach the recovery system.

Estes  Build and launch a REAL rocket with your students! The SpaceLoft is the first private rocket to launch at New Mexico's Spaceport America. For an extra bonus, each bulk pack includes an Estes Rocket Lab Lesson Guide.

Launch excitement! What can be more motivating and exciting than learning about a REAL rocket, then building and launching your own Estes version of it! That's what your students will do with this scale model of the UP Aerospace SpaceLoft rocket.

UP Aerospace is the world's only operational, private space launch company. The company's SpaceLoft rocket provides low-cost space access that is available to businesses and the educational sector. This sub-orbital rocket connects learning to the real world!

The one piece fin unit and precolored body tube make this rocket easy to build. It is a mini engine rocket that launches with a standard Estes Porta-Pad II Launch Pad and Electron Beam Controller, sold separately. No paint or special tools needed.

  • All parts are colored & easy to put together.
  • Glue parts together, apply decals, attach the recovery system & you are ready to blast off!
  • Assembly takes 1 hour or less.

Estes Educator™ Rocket Bulk Pack of 12.
Length: 12.5" (31.75 cm)
Diameter: 0.54" (13.8 mm)
Weight: 0.47 oz. (13.2 g)
Plastic Fin Unit, Self-stick Decals, Streamer Recovery
Recommended Engines: 1/2A3-2T, 1/2A3-4T, A3-4T, A10-3T
Max Altitude: 800' (244 m)

Requires glue, launch system, engines, igniters & recovery wadding, sold separately.

Recommended for ages 10 years and up. Adult supervision is recommended for those under 12 years of age.

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