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The Jaguar (also called Jabiru {stork}) was a three-stage British sounding rocket built in several versions. The first stage of the Jabiru Mk.1 was 5.6 m long and had a takeoff weight of 1,170 kilograms, of which about 866 kilograms were fuel. The second stage of the Jabiru Mk.1 weighed 292 kilograms, of which 184 kilograms were allotted to fuel. The third stage contained 26 kilograms of fuel. In all stages solid fuel was used. The complete rocket was 12 meters long. The Jabiru Mk.1 was launched several times between 1960 and 1964 at the aerospace testing area at Woomera, South Australia.

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  • Jaguar (British rocket)
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  • Jaguar (foguete)
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  • Jaguar fue el nombre de una serie de cohetes de prueba resultado de la colaboración entre Reino Unido y Australia a finales de los años 1950 para la investigación del vuelo a régimen hipersónico, como ocurre en las reentradas atmosféricas. La primera etapa elevaba el vehículo de prueba a gran altitud, donde las etapas superiores impulsaban el vehículo hacia abajo para acelerarlo hasta alcanzar grandes velocidades, de hasta 5 km/s. El proyecto finalizó en abril de 1970, aunque se continuaron haciendo pruebas hasta noviembre de 1974.
  • ジャガー(Jaguar)はイギリスの試験用ロケット。 HRV(Hypersonic Research Vehicle)計画の一環としてRAEの超音速部門が開発した。これは高速大気圏再突入試験のためのオーストラリアのWRE(Weapons Research Establishment)との共同プロジェクトだった。いくつかのバージョンが存在する。 1970年4月にHRV計画は終了したが、実験は他の航空熱力学実験と共にジャビル3(Jabiru 3)を使用して1974年11月まで続けられた。最初の発射だけがAberporthで行われ、それ以降はウーメラ試験場で行われた。
  • Jaguar é um foguete de sondagem de origem britânica. O seu desenvolvimento foi o resultado de um acordo firmado em 1958, entre o Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE) britânico e o (WRE) australiano. O acordo previa a colaboração para o desenvolvimento de um foguete para conduzir experimentos aerodinâmicos em hipervelocidade (Mach 5 ou mais).
  • The Jaguar (also called Jabiru {stork}) was a three-stage British sounding rocket built in several versions. The first stage of the Jabiru Mk.1 was 5.6 m long and had a takeoff weight of 1,170 kilograms, of which about 866 kilograms were fuel. The second stage of the Jabiru Mk.1 weighed 292 kilograms, of which 184 kilograms were allotted to fuel. The third stage contained 26 kilograms of fuel. In all stages solid fuel was used. The complete rocket was 12 meters long. The Jabiru Mk.1 was launched several times between 1960 and 1964 at the aerospace testing area at Woomera, South Australia.
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  • Jaguar fue el nombre de una serie de cohetes de prueba resultado de la colaboración entre Reino Unido y Australia a finales de los años 1950 para la investigación del vuelo a régimen hipersónico, como ocurre en las reentradas atmosféricas. La primera etapa elevaba el vehículo de prueba a gran altitud, donde las etapas superiores impulsaban el vehículo hacia abajo para acelerarlo hasta alcanzar grandes velocidades, de hasta 5 km/s. El proyecto finalizó en abril de 1970, aunque se continuaron haciendo pruebas hasta noviembre de 1974.
  • The Jaguar (also called Jabiru {stork}) was a three-stage British sounding rocket built in several versions. The first stage of the Jabiru Mk.1 was 5.6 m long and had a takeoff weight of 1,170 kilograms, of which about 866 kilograms were fuel. The second stage of the Jabiru Mk.1 weighed 292 kilograms, of which 184 kilograms were allotted to fuel. The third stage contained 26 kilograms of fuel. In all stages solid fuel was used. The complete rocket was 12 meters long. The Jabiru Mk.1 was launched several times between 1960 and 1964 at the aerospace testing area at Woomera, South Australia. The follow-up version, the Jabiru Mk.2, contained an improved starting stage and a second stage with 307 kilograms of fuel as well as a third stage with 190 kilograms fuel. The Jabiru Mk.2 was launched ten times at Woomera between 1964 and 1970. This rocket was replaced by the Jabiru Mk.3 which used a modified first stage of the Jabiru Mk.2 as second stage, while the first stage remained unchanged. No third stage was used on the Mk.3. The Jabiru Mk.3 was used for re-entry experiments between 1971 and 1974.
  • ジャガー(Jaguar)はイギリスの試験用ロケット。 HRV(Hypersonic Research Vehicle)計画の一環としてRAEの超音速部門が開発した。これは高速大気圏再突入試験のためのオーストラリアのWRE(Weapons Research Establishment)との共同プロジェクトだった。いくつかのバージョンが存在する。 1970年4月にHRV計画は終了したが、実験は他の航空熱力学実験と共にジャビル3(Jabiru 3)を使用して1974年11月まで続けられた。最初の発射だけがAberporthで行われ、それ以降はウーメラ試験場で行われた。
  • Jaguar é um foguete de sondagem de origem britânica. O seu desenvolvimento foi o resultado de um acordo firmado em 1958, entre o Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE) britânico e o (WRE) australiano. O acordo previa a colaboração para o desenvolvimento de um foguete para conduzir experimentos aerodinâmicos em hipervelocidade (Mach 5 ou mais).
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