List of sounding rockets

Summary

This is a list of sounding rockets used for suborbital research flights.

Argentina

Australia

  • Aeolus[11]
  • Aero High[12]
  • AUSROC series
    • AUSROC I, AUSROC II, AUSROC II-2, AUSROC 2.5, AUSROC III
  • Cockatoo series
    • Cockatoo Mk 1, Cockatoo Mk 2, Cockatoo Mk 3, Cockatoo Mk 4[13]
  • Corella[14]
  • HEAC[15]
  • HAD[16]
  • HARP[17]
  • HAT[18]
  • Long Tom[19]
  • Lorikeet series
  • Kookabura series
    • Kookaburra Mk.1, Kookaburra Mk.2, Kookaburra Mk.3[22]
  • Sighter[23]
  • Zuni[24]

Brazil

Canada

  • Black Brant[37][38]
  • Black Brant 1 (Black Brant I)[39]
  • Black Brant 2, (Black Brant II)[40] Black Brant 2B (Black Brant IIB)[41]
  • Black Brant 3, (Black Brant III)[42] Black Brant 3B (Black Brant IIIB)[43]
  • Black Brant 4[44] Black Brant 4A (Black Brant IVA),[45] Black Brant 4B (Black Brant IVB)[46]
  • Black Brant 5,[47] Black Brant 5A (Black Brant VA),[48] Black Brant 5B (Black Brant VB),[49] Black Brant 5C (Black Brant VC)[50]
  • Black Brant 6 (Black Brant VI)[51]
  • Black Brant 7 (Black Brant VAII)[52]
  • Black Brant 8 (Nike-Black Brant),[53] Black Brant 8B,[54] Black Brant 8C[55]
  • Black Brant 9, (Black Brant IX)[56] Black Brant 9B, (Black Brant IXB)[57] Black Brant 9BM1,[58] Black Brant 9CM1 (Black Brant 9 Mod-1, Starfire-1)[59]
  • Black Brant 10, (Black Brant X)[60] Black Brant 10B, (Black Brant XB)[61] Black Brant 10CM1 (Black Brant Mod-1)[62]
  • Black Brant 11 (Black Brant XI),[63] Black Brant 11-A[64]
  • Black Brant 12 (Black Brant XII),[65] Black Brant 12-A[66]
  • Excalibur, Excalibur 2[67][68]
  • HARP 5-1,[69] HARP 5-3,[70]
  • HARP 7-1,[71] HARP 7-2[72]
  • Martlet,[73] Martlet 1[74]
  • Martlet 2, Martlet 2A, Martlet 2B, Martlet 2C,[75] Martlet 2G[76]
  • Martlet 3,[77] Martlet 3A,[78] Martlet 3B,[79] Martlet 3D,[80] Martlet 3E[81]
  • Martlet 4,[82] Martlet 4A,[83] Martlet 4B,[84] Martlet 4C[85]
  • Scorpius SR-XM-1 (Wild Fire))[86]

China

Democratic Republic of the Congo

  • Troposphere series[100][101]
    • Troposphere 1, Troposphere 2, Troposphere 3, Troposphere 4, Troposphere 5, Troposphere 6

Egypt

France

Germany

The Netherlands

India

Indonesia

International

Iran

Italy

  • Rocksanne series
    • Rocksanne I-X, Rocksanne I-X CT
    • Rocksanne II-X
    • Rocksanne E-X
    • HRE100K (Hybrid Rocket Engine 100K)
  • Sispre series

Japan

New Zealand

North Korea

Norway

Pakistan

Pakistan's sounding rocket program used a variety of sounding rockets which were renamed in 3 series. Some flights were not given a Pakistani designation. Sounding rockets were flown from the Sonmiani Rocket Range.[255][256][257]

Poland

Russia

Spain

South Korea

Switzerland

Taiwan

United Kingdom

United States

Photo of the three sounding rockets in the rocket garden behind the Visitor's Center at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Green Belt, Maryland, USA. At left is a vertical Black Brant VIII Sounding Rocket, with a horizontal Argo D-4 Javelin and horizontal Nike Tomahawk in front.

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