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David

Darling

ROCKETS, MISSILES, AND LAUNCH VEHICLES

"A" series of German rockets
Able
Aerial Target
Aerobee
Agena
Angara
Ares
Ariane
Aries sounding rocket
ASLV (Advanced Satellite Launch Vehicle)
Athena
Atlas

ballistic missile
Bantam-X
Black Arrow
Black Brant
Black Knight
Blue Scout Junior
Blue Streak
Bomarc
Bumper WAC
Buran

Centaur
Chang Zeng (Long March)
Conestoga
Corporal
Cosmos

Delta
Delta IV Heavy
Diamant
Dnepr
Dream Chaser
Dyna-Soar

EELV (Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle)
ELDO
Energia

Falcon 1
Falcon 9

Gemini-Titan II
GSLV (Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle)
guided missile

H series (Japanese rockets)
HARP (High Altitude Research Project)
heavy-lift launch vehicle
HOTOL

Indian launch vehicles
inertial upper stage (IUS)
Iris

J-1 (Japanese rocket)
Japanese launch vehicles
Juno
Jupiter

Kettering Bug

L series (Japanese rockets)
LauncherOne
light-gas gun
Little Joe
Long March

M series (Japanese rockets)
Matador
Mercury-Atlas
Mercury-Redstone
Mercury-Scout
Minotaur
missile
Molniya

N series (Japanese rockets)
N-1
Navaho
Nova

Paris Gun
Payload Assist Module (PAM)
Pegasus
Private
Proton
PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle)

"R" series of Russian missiles
Redstone
Rockot
Russian launch vehicles

Saturn
Scout
Sergeant
Shavit
Shtil
single-stage-to-orbit
Skylark
Skylon
SLV-3
Snark
sounding rocket
Soyuz
Space Shuttle
Space Transportation System
SpaceShipOne
SpaceShipTwo
Sputnik
Start-1
Strategic launch Initiative (SLI)
Strela

Taurus
Thor
Titan
Tsyklon
two-stage-to-orbit

V-1
V-2
V-3
Valier-Oberth Moon gun
Vanguard
Viking
VLS
Volna
Voskhod
Vostok

WAC Corporal

X-15

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