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Loki

     Initially designed as an anti-aircraft vehicle but eventually became a research workhorse at White Sands. Until recently, it was fired daily carrying weather instruments to measure atmospheric conditions over the missile range. U.S. Army

  • Length: 103 inches
  • Diameter: 3 inches
  • Weight: 24 pounds
  • Altitude: 53 miles
  • Propellant: Solid
  • First Firing: 1951