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Manufacturer: Sirius Rocketry
Contributed by Edward Chess
The Sirius Rocketry Interrogator G (Kit Number S-0015) is a Transition Series mid/high power rocket kit. It is described as a Near-Space Fighter, which accurately denotes both its militaristic and futuristic/fantasy detailing. The finished rocket is 44.125" in length. The main body tube is 2.245" in diameter, but the aft intake shroud is 3.0" tubing, cut at a bias on the front end. The large main wings are canted and have perpendicular rudders, and there are two strakes on the forward end of the intake tube, and a Ramjet tube tucked under each wing. The rocket has a 29-mm motor mount and can fly on F, G, and small H motors, and is equipped with a 30" rip-stop nylon parachute for recovery. The kit includes both a 1/4" launch lug and two rail buttons for a 1010-style rail, and four full-color water-slide decal sheets to provide incredible detail to the finished rocket.
The parts list for this rocket is as follows:
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