The NOTS-EV-2 Caleb, also known as NOTS-500, Hi-Hoe and SIP was an expendable launch system, which was later used as a sounding rocket and prototype anti-satellite weapon. It was developed by the United States Navy's Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS) as a follow-up to the NOTS-EV-1 Pilot, which had been abandoned following ten consecutive launch failures. Two were launched in July and October 1960, before the cancellation of the project. Following cancellation, two leftover Calebs were used in the Satellite Interceptor Program, or SIP, whilst three more were used as sounding rocktets, under the designation Hi-Hoe. These derivatives flew until July 1962, when the Hi-Hoe made its final flight.

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  • The NOTS-EV-2 Caleb, also known as NOTS-500, Hi-Hoe and SIP was an expendable launch system, which was later used as a sounding rocket and prototype anti-satellite weapon. It was developed by the United States Navy's Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS) as a follow-up to the NOTS-EV-1 Pilot, which had been abandoned following ten consecutive launch failures. Two were launched in July and October 1960, before the cancellation of the project. Following cancellation, two leftover Calebs were used in the Satellite Interceptor Program, or SIP, whilst three more were used as sounding rocktets, under the designation Hi-Hoe. These derivatives flew until July 1962, when the Hi-Hoe made its final flight. (en)
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  • 1960-07-28 (xsd:date)
  • 1961-10-01 (xsd:date)
  • 1961-10-05 (xsd:date)
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  • Caleb launch vehicle on loading trolley
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  • * List of sounding rockets
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  • * NOTS-EV-1 Pilot * ASM-135 ASAT
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  • Four
  • One
  • Two
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http://purl.org/linguistics/gold/hypernym
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  • The NOTS-EV-2 Caleb, also known as NOTS-500, Hi-Hoe and SIP was an expendable launch system, which was later used as a sounding rocket and prototype anti-satellite weapon. It was developed by the United States Navy's Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS) as a follow-up to the NOTS-EV-1 Pilot, which had been abandoned following ten consecutive launch failures. Two were launched in July and October 1960, before the cancellation of the project. Following cancellation, two leftover Calebs were used in the Satellite Interceptor Program, or SIP, whilst three more were used as sounding rocktets, under the designation Hi-Hoe. These derivatives flew until July 1962, when the Hi-Hoe made its final flight. (en)
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  • NOTS-EV-2 Caleb (en)
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