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Launch Vehicles - Aero High
Aero High was a sounding rocket used to study the upper atmosphere.
Its main purpose was to investigate chemiluminescent reactions. Twenty One (21)
launches were made from 1964 to 1972. The program was concluded in
1972. The Aero High was superceeded by the Corella.
|Period of Use:||1964 - 1972|
|Payload Mass:||120 lb|
|Stage 1||T+0||Gosling 4||100000 lb.sec||4.5 s|
|Stage 2||T+14||VELA||30000 lb.sec||5.0 s|