Motor, Model Rocket, Model Products Corporation

Motor, Model Rocket, Model Products Corporation

     

This an unflown Model Products Corporation "Miniroc" B3-4 model rocket motor. It is made of pasteboard and contains non-explosive propellant. The "B3-4" signifies that the power of the motor is in the second lowest class (out of seven) established by the National Association of Rocketry. A motor is used only once to power a model rocket. G. Harry Stine, a pioneer in the field of flying rocket models, donated it to NASM in 1973.

Gift of G. Harry Stine

Country of Origin
United States of America

Manufacturer
Model Products Corporation

Type
MODELS-Missiles & Rockets

Materials
Engine: Paper, Adhesive, Ceramic
Packaging: Cardboard, Plastic, Steel
Dimensions
Packaging: 1.27 x 11.11 x 12.7cm (1/2in. x 4 3/8in. x 5in.)
Before 10/7/2011: Other: 1/2 x 2 1/4in. (1.3 x 5.7cm)

This an unflown Model Products Corporation "Miniroc" B3-4 model rocket motor. It is made of pasteboard and contains non-explosive propellant. The "B3-4" signifies that the power of the motor is in the second lowest class (out of seven) established by the National Association of Rocketry. A motor is used only once to power a model rocket. G. Harry Stine, a pioneer in the field of flying rocket models, donated it to NASM in 1973.

Gift of G. Harry Stine

Country of Origin
United States of America

Manufacturer
Model Products Corporation

Type
MODELS-Missiles & Rockets

Materials
Engine: Paper, Adhesive, Ceramic
Packaging: Cardboard, Plastic, Steel
Dimensions
Packaging: 1.27 x 11.11 x 12.7cm (1/2in. x 4 3/8in. x 5in.)
Before 10/7/2011: Other: 1/2 x 2 1/4in. (1.3 x 5.7cm)

ID: A19930525000