Estes Rockets Space Corps Centurion Launch Set

(8 customer reviews)


Last updated on February 25, 2024 12:59 pm Details


  • There’s no thrill quite like launching a model rocket, watching it streak skyward, reach peak altitude, and then return gently to earth. When you build them, the thrill is even better than ever. Thanks to Estes model rocketry, kids can explore the wondrous world of science while experimenting with different combinations of rockets, engines and accessories to better understand how rockets reach outer space.
  • SKILL LEVEL: The Space Corps Centurion is an easy-to-assemble, Beginner level rocket with pre-colored parts.
  • RECOMMENDED ENGINES: A8-3, B4-4, B6-4, C6-5 (sold separately)
  • PROJECTED ALTITUDE: 700 ft. (213 m) on a C6-5

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Additional information







Item Dimensions LxWxH

11.1 x 7.5 x 11.1 inches



Included Components

Rocket Kit

Item Weight

1.28 ounces

Model Name

Space Corps Centurion Launch Set

Product Dimensions

11.1 x 7.5 x 11.1 inches

Country of Origin


Item model number


Release date

January 21, 2021



8 reviews for Estes Rockets Space Corps Centurion Launch Set

  1. Tim Gottleber

    This is a very easy-to-build rocket and a great-looking rocket. Basically you just add an engine and launch. Do be careful however, the launching lug is molded into the rocket. Be careful setting it on the launch rod.

  2. Curtis Nabors

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     As you can see from the video, it launched fine but didn’t glide at all. That’s the whole reason we bought it, instead of the traditional rocket. Perhaps it’s because we started off with the lowest altitude engine (A size) to see what would happen. Who knows! Bottom line, as you could hear in the video, my son still loved it!

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  4. Olga I Rivera

    Porque es lo que El esperaba gracias,por El procuto

  5. Robert carlisle

    I have experience building complex rockets but sometimes you just want something different that is ready to go. This fit the bill. My son really enjoyed launching it and after a couple of flights it was still in excellent condition ready to be sent again.

  6. Maricarmen A.

    Doesn’t bring the fuse.

  7. KTMrider58

    Very easy to assemble…consists of attaching the parachute to the nose cone and you’re ready to fly. Sturdy construction from styrofoam and a very futuristic look.

  8. With two daughters in tow

    We weren’t sure what to expect, but it did a gentle glide on one of the launches, during the delay before deploying the parachute, that was beautiful. I think it was launched maybe a half dozen times. The broken tail fin — still hanging on — can be glued back down. The jet is mostly styrofoam with a solid-feeling resin “cone” and a cardboard tube core. It is basically prebuilt and the stickers are a nice touch. It is a good option for cloudy and damp launch days.

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