The TE-416 Tomahawk is a rocket developed by the American company Thiokol at the beginning of the 1960s for Sandia National Laboratories. Although the TE-416 Tomahawk can be launched alone, it was started predominantly as upper stage in connection with other rockets, for example with a Nike rocket as first stage (Nike Tomahawk). The TE-416 Tomahawk has a thrust of 43 kN and a fuel time of 9.5 seconds. The diameter of the TE-416 tomahawk is 23 centimeters and the fin span is 93 centimeters.
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