List of sounding rockets

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


Argentina[edit]

Australia[edit]

Brazil[edit]

Canada[edit]

  • Black Brant[36][37]
  • Black Brant 1 (Black Brant I)[38]
  • Black Brant 2, (Black Brant II)[39] Black Brant 2B (Black Brant IIB)[40]
  • Black Brant 3, (Black Brant III)[41] Black Brant 3B (Black Brant IIIB)[42]
  • Black Brant 4[43] Black Brant 4A (Black Brant IVA),[44] Black Brant 4B (Black Brant IVB)[45]
  • Black Brant 5,[46] Black Brant 5A (Black Brant VA),[47] Black Brant 5B (Black Brant VB),[48] Black Brant 5C (Black Brant VC)[49]
  • Black Brant 6 (Black Brant VI)[50]
  • Black Brant 7 (Black Brant VAII)[51]
  • Black Brant 8 (Nike-Black Brant),[52] Black Brant 8B,[53] Black Brant 8C[54]
  • Black Brant 9, (Black Brant IX)[55] Black Brant 9B, (Black Brant IXB)[56] Black Brant 9BM1,[57] Black Brant 9CM1[58]
  • Black Brant 10, (Black Brant X)[59] Black Brant 10B, (Black Brant XB)[60] Black Brant 10CM1[61]
  • Black Brant 11 (Black Brant XI),[62] Black Brant 11-A[63]
  • Black Brant 12 (Black Brant XII),[64] Black Brant 12-A[65]
  • Excalibur[66]
  • Industrial Sounding System[67]
  • HARP 5-1,[68] HARP 5-3,[69]
  • HARP 7-1,[70] HARP 7-2[71]
  • Martlet,[72] Martlet 1[73]
  • Martlet 2, Martlet 2A, Martlet 2B, Martlet 2C,[74] Martlet 2G[75]
  • Martlet 3,[76] Martlet 3A,[77] Martlet 3B,[78] Martlet 3D,[79] Martlet 3E[80]
  • Martlet 4,[81] Martlet 4A,[82] Martlet 4B,[83] Martlet 4C[84]
  • Scorpius SR-XM-1 (Wild Fire))[85]

China[edit]

Democratic Republic of the Congo[edit]

France[edit]

Germany[edit]

Holland[edit]

India[edit]

Indonesia[edit]

International[edit]

Iran[edit]

Italy[edit]

Japan[edit]

Lebanon[edit]

[233][234][235]

New Zealand[edit]

North Korea[edit]

Norway[edit]

Pakistan[edit]

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.[241] Sounding rockets were flown from the Sonmiani Rocket Range.[242][243][244]

Poland[edit]

Russia[edit]

Spain[edit]

South Korea[edit]

Switzerland[edit]

Taiwan[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

United States[edit]

Panoramic 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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