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Jabiru was a joint British-Australian unguided three-stage rocket test vehicle used for making studies of aerodynamic phenomena during the 1960's.
The Jabiru Mk II was 125 cm long with a diameter of the first stage of 43 cm. Jabiru carried a 90 kg payload at a speed of 9300 km to an altitude of 290 km.
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