• Question: what was the size of the smallest rocket that has ever been sent in to space

    Asked by liz to Andrea, Charlie 🚀, Col Op, Kirsty, Vinita on 17 Jun 2016.
    • Photo: Andrea Boyd

      Andrea Boyd answered on 17 Jun 2016:

      I believe it was the Russian Shtil – a converted intercontinental ballistic orbital launch vehicle. It wasn’t even 15m tall but it was able to be used after the modifications to put satellites in space.