All amateur rockets built by the NAVRO as a club project and some private projects have received a designation beginning with "N". This page describes all the rockets, which received this designation. By clicking on the image next to the description of the rocket you will be taken to the picture page of that rocket.
After the first club projects N1 and N2, the next type of rockets were of the Midget B design with the Kalinitrox K600 motor. The Midget C was an improved version using a more powerful Kalinitrox K1800/K2000 motor. The second series were the Hercules'. The Hercules A1 is redesigned and improved version of the original Hercules A. It was easier to build, but most of all was reduced a quarter in weight.
The next series of NAVRO rockets is the Titan. This type of rocket has a diamete of 135 mm. Significantly lager than the 90 mm of the Hercules. Purpose of the Titan project is perfecting the NDU parachuting system (nose-down nose-up also see N23) and eventualy reach an altitude of 7000 m with a Kalinidex motor with 15.000 Ns.
Most NAVRO amateur rockets are launched at our own NAVRO Lanceerdagen (NAVRO Launch Days) at ASK 't Harde, but in the earlier nineties we also launched at several French launch campaigns.