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Aerojet solid rocket engine family. This rocket started as a Polaris test motor with a 40 inch diameter, which at the time was the largest solid motor ever tested. First flight 1960.



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Algol 1 Aerojet solid rocket engine. This rocket started as a Polaris test motor with a 40 inch diameter, which at the time was the largest solid motor ever tested. First flight 1960. Solid propellant rocket stage. This rocket started as a Polaris test motor with a 40 inch diameter, which at the time was the largest solid motor ever tested. It had a nominal performance rating of 45 seconds duration and 45,000 kgf thrust. Variations included Algol I, I-D, II, II-A, II-B and possibly others. Another popular rating was 40KS-115,000 (52,000 kgf for 40 seconds), also known as Senior.

Algol 2 CSD solid rocket engine. Used on Scout A, Scout B, Scout X-3, Scout X-4; proposed as strap-on for Titan 3BAS2. First flight 1962.

Algol 1D CSD solid rocket engine.

Algol 2B CSD solid rocket engine.

Algol 3 CSD solid rocket engine. Used on Advanced Scout, Scout D, Scout F, Scout G. First flight 1972.

Algol 3A CSD solid rocket engine. In Production.

Algol 2C CSD solid rocket engine.



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