Little Joe II
SUBORBITAL APOLLO LAUNCH VEHICLE
LITTLE JOE II
The solid propellant rocket used for testing unmanned Apollo spacecraft under actual flying conditions.
As the first test vehicle for the Apollo mission, the contribution of the Little Joe II is significant in the NASA program aimed at landing American astronauts on the moon.
This model will rank high in space history. Great for display for flying. It is designed for great lift-off capability and stable trajectory. The command module, with launch escape structure, has its own 12" recovery 'chute; the booster module is returned safely by a big 24" parachute. Though detailing on the model is intricate, the Little Joe II is easy to build after you've gained experience on less complex models. Kit contains all parts and complete instructions.
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