The motor guide allows you to quickly find motors that will work for a rocket; see the help page for more info.
If you create a rocket, you can run the guide more easily in future as well as have more options.
Here are the 10 most recently created public rockets entered by other people you can try out.
|Name||Body Diam||Weight||MMT Diam||MMT Len||Owner|
|Neutron Star 4" 96in Rail||4.00 in||5,922 g||54 mm||48.00 in||Eric Peltzer|
|Neutron Star 4" 72in Rail||4.00 in||5,922 g||54 mm||48.00 in||Eric Peltzer|
|LOC HiTech Mini||24 mm||68 g||18 mm||80 mm||William Chundak|
|29×29||1.19 in||6.0 oz||29 mm||16.00 in||Garrett|
|Big Nuke 4||5.67 in||15.00 lb||98 mm||24.00 in||John Carey|
|Chase Laser Loc 1.63||1.63 in||362 g||38 mm||12.00 in||John Taylor|
|Arrow 2.5||2.60 in||1,568 g||38 mm||18.00 in||John Taylor|
|Star Orbiter Vanderburn Upgrade||42 mm||232 g||29 mm||205 mm||David S. Kemp|
|Alien Probe||2.60 in||38.0 oz||29 mm||15.00 in||David Tepatti|
|Alien Space Probe||3.00 in||33.0 oz||29 mm||8.00 in||David Tepatti|
Search public rockets for more to try out.