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Greetings! Earthlings and Space Travelers!

Looking for a Spaceship?

Each spaceship is in its own Docking Bay.   For a quick link to ships in each of 25 Bays, click on one of the links on the left that says "Docking Bays nn-nn," or  there is a complete list of the dozens of docking bays at the end of this page.

In each Docking Bay is factual inside, historical background and design information on each specific spaceships. For sale at reasonable cost are precision design drawings that will allow you to build an accurate model of that spaceship -- of any size you choose. These drawings will be of special interest to:
  • Modelers, especially those competing in the N.A.R. Future-Fiction Scale competitions.
     (N.A.R.= National Association of Rocketry)
  • Historians and Scientific Researchers,
  • Discerning Science Fiction collectors;
  • Future Space Travelers, who may wish to impress their friends with their vast knowledge of Spaceships, and Space Adventure.
  • Anyone interested in Science Fiction, Space Travel, and the Future
Because Spaceships can be either Fictional or factual, they can be identified as belonging to one of five classifications as follows.
  • Pseudo (Class 0) - Pseudo-Spaceships exist in form and intent only. (Impossible or magic)
  • Inspirational (Class1) - Fantasy, Fantastic, or Far Future Spaceships with little engineering in their design.
  • Visionary (Class 2) - Near future Spaceships with significant purposeful engineering in their design.
  • Real (Class 3) - Fully Engineered Spaceships with some construction and testing but not flown.
  • Spacecraft (Class 4) - Real spaceships that have flown and proven their capability.
There are no Spacecraft (Class 4) spaceships on this site. Please see the links page in Port Authority for websites that have information on real Spacecrafts. Further information regarding spaceship classes and their implications will be added later.

Here is a complete listing of all spaceships presently available.



Docking Bays 1 - 25

Docking Bay 01 : Rocket #2 - The Great Grandfather of all Spaceships

Docking Bay 02 : Modell B - Dr. Oberth’s first design

Docking Bay 03 : Modell E - The Grandfather of all Spaceships

Docking Bay 04 : Silver Bird - The Space Shuttle’s Grandfather

Docking Bay 05 : Moonship - Bonestell’s Visionary Spaceship

Docking Bay 06 : Transcontinental Transport - The future of Earth Travel revisited.

Docking Bay 07 : Ferry Rocket - von Braun’s first visionary Design

Docking Bay 08 : Space Station - von Braun’s first Space Station Proposal

Docking Bay 09 : Round the Moon ship - von Braun’s Moon Explorer

Docking Bay 10 : Moon Passenger Ship - from the Collier’s series

Docking Bay 11 : Moon Cargo Ship - from the Collier’s series

Docking Bay 12 : Baby Satellite launcher - from the Collier’s series

Docking Bay 13 : Mars Passenger Ship Magazine Version - from the Collier’s series

Docking Bay 14 : Mars Passenger Ship Book Version - from The Exploration of Mars

Docking Bay 15 : Mars Landing Boat Magazine Version - from the Collier’s series

Docking Bay 16 : Mars Landing Boat Book Version - from The Exploration of Mars

Docking Bay 17 : Disney Ferry Rocket - from Disney’s Tomorrowland TV Show

Docking Bay 18 : Space Station S-1 - from Disney’s Tomorrowland TV Show

Docking Bay 19 : Bottle Suit - The first space suit from Disney’s Tomorrowland TV Show

Docking Bay 20 : RM-1 - from Disney’s Tomorrowland TV Show

Docking Bay 21 : Mars Umbrella Ship - from Disney’s Tomorrowland TV Show

Docking Bay 22 : Disney Mars Landing Boat - from Disney’s Tomorrowland TV Show

Docking Bay 23 : First Men to the Moon Ship - von Braun’s 2 man Moonship

Docking Bay 24 : H-32 - Oberth’s sounding rocket

Docking Bay 25 : Spaceship Friede - The mother of all Spaceships.



Docking Bays 26 - 50

Docking Bay 26 : Satellite - A scientific Spaceship in Buck Rogers

Docking Bay 27 : Spider Ship - A Fantasy spaceship from Buck Rogers

Docking Bay 28 : RocketShip - Flash Gordon’s Spaceship

Docking Bay 29 : E.S.S. Pioneer - Buck Rogers Spaceships become Streamlined

Docking Bay 30 : Space Battle Cruiser - The Golden Age of Spaceships arrives

Docking Bay 31 : Galaxy II - Captain Video’s famous spaceship

Docking Bay 32 : Terra V Mk-1 - Space Patrol’s Flagship

Docking Bay 33 : Terra V Mk-2 - Space Patrol’s Flagship, Version 2

Docking Bay 34 : Terra V Mk-5 - Space Patrol’s Flagship, Version 5

Docking Bay 35 : Polaris - Tom Corbett’s Spaceship

Docking Bay 36 : Orbit Jet - Rocky Jones’ Spaceship

Docking Bay 37 : Life Magazine's Moonship - An influential design

Docking Bay 38 : R X-M - High Drama in Space

Docking Bay 39 : Bonestell's Luna - This Spaceship became a basic design for many "B" movies

Docking Bay 40 : M.A.R.S. 1 - as seen in “Flight To Mars”

Docking Bay 41 : Rocketship M-1 - The spaceship even fools can fly

Docking Bay 42 : Challenge 142 - The Early Alien carrier.

Docking Bay 43 : Spaceship Luna - First to the Moon - in Hollywood

Docking Bay 44 : Space Ark - To save all Mankind

Docking Bay 45 : The "Wheel" Space Station - from Conquest of Space

Docking Bay 46 : Transport Rocket - from Conquest of Space

Docking Bay 47 : Mars Spaceship - from Conquest of Space

Docking Bay 48 : X-FLR6 - Herge’s sounding rocket design

Docking Bay 49 : Tintin's Moon Rocket - Herge’s Moon ship as seen by millions

Docking Bay 50 : Disneyland Moonliner - The Moon is just an “E” ticket away!



Docking Bays 51 - 75

Docking Bay 51 : Galileo - Read by Millions, it inspired many dreams of space travel

Docking Bay 52 : Athena - The Space Shuttle’s precursor

Docking Bay 53 : Fafnir - A viable interplanetary cargo ship

Docking Bay 54 : Starship Vittoria - The first sensible interstellar spaceship.

Docking Bay 55 : S.S. Absyrtis - The First Space Yacht

Docking Bay 56 : Cosmostrator - A Glorious Spaceship from the Eastern Bloc

Docking Bay 57 : Thunderbird 1 - The supersonic Ramjet of your Dreams.

Docking Bay 58 : Thunderbird 3 - The fabulous way to Space

Docking Bay 59 : Thunderbird 5 - Your own private Space Station

Docking Bay 60 : Orion III - The luxurious way to travel into space in 2001

Docking Bay 61 : Space Station V - The Space Hilton from 2001

Docking Bay 62 : Aires 1b - The First Class Moon Shuttle from 2001

Docking Bay 63 : Moon Bus - Your Transportation on the Moon in 2001

Docking Bay 64 : Discovery 1 - An Atomic Spaceship for Jupiter exploration

Docking Bay 65 : Pod - An all purpose Space suit

Docking Bay 66 : Josie's SpaceShip - Whimsical and fun

Docking Bay 67 : Wallace & Gromit Moonship - A home away from home in the sky.

Docking Bay 68 : Myst Island Rocket - Mysterious is its middle name

Docking Bay 69 : X-20 Dyna Soar/Titan III C - The 1 man Space Shuttle

Docking Bay 70 : Nova (NASA 6 F-1 Version) - Straight to the Moon

Docking Bay 71 : Project Pluto - Doomsday device

Docking Bay 72 : MOL/Titan III M - Our Laboratory in the sky

Docking Bay 73 : Venture Star - The next generation shuttle-almost.

Docking Bay 74 : K-1 - From Kistler Industries

Docking Bay 75 : Astroliner - Kelly Space’s Shuttle



Docking Bays 76 - 100

Docking Bay 76 : Pathfinder - From Pioneer RocketPlane

Docking Bay 77 : Roton - Rotating our way into the heavens.

Docking Bay 78 : Klaatu's Saucer--from the Day the Earth Stood Still

Docking Bay 79 : Terran Standard Class Saucer from TWIN EARTHS

Docking Bay 80 : Terran Space Station from TWIN EARTHS

Docking Bay 81 : The Mighty Terran Space liner from TWIN EARTHS

Docking Bay 82 : A ‘Baby’ Flying Saucer from TWIN EARTHS

Docking Bay 83 : The Martian War Machine comes to conquer Earth.

Docking Bay 84 : Exeter’s Saucer was the largest most powerful saucer ever seen.

Docking Bay 85 : United Planets Cruiser C57-D J.J. Adams Commanding

Docking Bay 86 : Flying Saucers from Earth vs the Flying Saucers!

Docking Bay 87 : Disneyland’s Flying Saucer is back.

Docking Bay 88 : Gemini XII Saucer, 12 inch Model used in Lost in Space

Docking Bay 89 : Jupiter 2 Saucer, 18 inch Model version

Docking Bay 90 : Gemini XII Saucer, 48 inch Hero Version

Docking Bay 91 : Jupiter 2 Saucer, 48 inch Hero Version

Docking Bay 92 : Jupiter 2 Saucer, 40-Foot Full Scale Version

Docking Bay 93 : Gemini XII & Jupiter 2 Saucers Interior-Exterior set

Docking Bay 94 : --- The Millennium Falcon from Star Wars ---

Docking Bay 95 : The Flying Saucer from THE INVADERS

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Spaceship Hall of Fame
Where great Spaceship Models live!
Based on RogersRocketShip Design Drawings, the Greatest Model Makers are honored here and share their stories.

NARAM 51 : NARAM 51 Winners use RogersRocketships Design Drawings

Hall of Fame Spaceship #006 : Transcontinental Transport by Frank Henriquez

Hall of Fame Spaceship #025 : Spaceship Friede By Ryan Coleman

Hall of Fame Spaceship #058 : Thunderbird 3 By Chan Stevens

Hall of Fame Spaceship #071 : Project PLUTO [SLAM] By Mark Chrumka

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