The other was for a two or three stage rocket using solid fuel.
Aspects of the first single stage rocket were assigned to each student.
This is akin to a three stage rocket and thus enables greater performance.
The mark was unbroken until February 24, 1949, when a two stage rocket more than doubled the height, to 250 miles.
It was a single stage rocket that consisted of 1xFFK.
It was the site where the first single stage rockets with multiple engines were tested.
It was a single stage rocket with a high-performance engine to increase the rocket's specific impulse.
In April 1961, after several failures, a single stage rocket was launched to an altitude of about one kilometer.
It was a four stage rocket with all solid-propellant motors.
Alternatively, a more powerful first stage rocket could be put on the weapon for launching from an aircraft.