Explorer Aquarius Master Level Kit
Explorer Aquarius
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Explorer Aquarius™


Get ready to explore the final frontier with the Explorer Aquarius Model Rocket. Whether you're a NASA enthusiast or a die-hard Roddenberry fan, this Master level kit is sure to impress. Featuring a custom jig for perfect alignment assembly, the Explorer Aquarius is a challenge for even the most skilled modelers.

With the ability to launch higher than 700 feet using an Estes D12-5 engine (sold separately), this rocket is sure to impress. And when it's not soaring through the sky, you can proudly display it with the included removable plastic display engine nozzle for the complete effect.

The Explorer Aquarius is a showpiece that will look great on any shelf or in any collection. Don't miss your chance to sharpen your modeling skill with this uniquely designed craft. Order now and boldly go where no model rocket has gone before!

  • SKILL LEVEL: Extreme construction in the Master level, the Explorer Aquarius is for the experienced modelers with detail-oriented finishing.
  • RECOMMENDED ENGINES: D12-3, D12-5, E12-4, E12-6
  • PROJECTED ALTITUDE: 750 ft. (229 m) on a E12-6


The Explorer Aquarius Model Rocket is an excellent choice for space enthusiasts, be it someone who follows NASA closely or a Star Trek fan.

It is a Master level kit, meaning that it is more challenging to build, but the end result is a visually stunning model rocket that will be the envy of any collection. One of the standout features of the Explorer Aquarius is its custom jig that ensures perfect alignment assembly.

The Explorer Aquarius model rocket is capable of soaring higher than 700 feet when launched with an Estes D12-5 engine (sold separately). This offers a thrilling flight experience for rocket enthusiasts. Once the rocket is back on the ground, you'll want to show it off. That's where the removable plastic display engine nozzle comes in.

It's the perfect finishing touch that will make your Explorer Aquarius stand out even more. Don't miss the opportunity to challenge your modeling skills with this uniquely designed craft.

Key features:

  • The Explorer Aquarius Model Rocket is a Master level kit that provides a visually stunning model rocket for space enthusiasts.
  • The custom jig of the Explorer Aquarius ensures perfect alignment assembly.
  • With an Estes D12-5 engine (sold separately), this model rocket can soar over 700 feet for a exciting flight experience.
  • The removable plastic display engine nozzle allows you to proudly display your model rocket.
  • The Explorer Aquarius is a great way to challenge your modeling skills with its unique design.



What You Need to Fly

Porta-Pad E Launch Pad and Pro Series II Launch Controller, 3/16 inch "Maxi" Launch Rod. Estes model rocket engines, starters and recovery wadding.
Six C 1.5V high quality AA alkaline batteries (sold separately)

Technical Specifications

Technical Specifications

  • Recommended Engines

D12-3, D12-5, E12-4, E12-6
  • Launch System

Porta-Pad E
  • Projected Max Altitude

750 ft. (229 m)
  • Recovery System

18 in. (45.7 cm) Parachute
  • Length

21.8 in. (55.4 cm)
  • Diameter

2.75 in. (70 mm)
  • Weight

4.2 oz. (119.1 g)
  • Fin Material

Laser Cut Balsa Wood

Needed to Build (sold separately)

Scissors, pencil, ruler, fine sandpaper, carpenter's glue, plastic cement, hobby knife, masking tape, primer (white), paint (flat black, gloss white, silver) and clear coat (optional).

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This product recommended for children ages 10+ with adult supervision for those under 12, and rocketeers of all ages.