Titan II Space Launch Vehicle (SLV) payload separation rocket. These motors were utilized for separation of the Post Boost stage containing the spacecraft from the upper stage of the Titan booster after attaining orbital velocity. Rocket measures 13.25″ tall with a nozzle diameter of 2.5.″ A Thiokol manufacturer’s label is affixed to the engine, and reads, in part: “Part Name: 2.41KS513 Retro…Loading Date: January 1963, Lot and Serial No: B30-263-8,…Shelf Life Expires: January 1966.” In fine condition. Rocket motor propellent was fully expended during previous firing event and, as a result, this artifact is now inert and safe to handle. In compliance with ITAR regulations, this item is limited to purchase by US Citizens. RR Auction COA.
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