|CP Position From Front:||13.03 inches|
|Fin Span:||3.20 inches|
|Nose Cone Material:||Balsa|
|Recommended Motors:||A8-5, B6-6, C6-7|
The Aerobee-Hi was the first production model offered my Model Missiles Inc. (MMI), and was introduced just about 50 years ago from the time this review is likely to be posted. The original version featured a maple nose cone, parallel-wound tubes, and sold for $7.95. 50 years later, Semroc has gone with balsa nose cone, upgraded to laser-cut fins and Kevlar shock cord, while keeping the price ...
Brief: As my first attempt at constructing a real scale rocket, I chose the Aerobee Hi for my entry in the 2008 EMRR Challenge. The Aerobee Hi rocket is of a simple design and so looked like a mountable challenge. Being the first mass produced rocket kit, it also has some history behind it and would be easy to fly on a small motor. The Aerobee Hi consists of a simple single stage ...