1/144 scale NPO Energia rocket 11K25 -Heavy lift booster of Energia-Buran

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#AA-5001   1/144 scale  NPO Energia 11K25  Heavy lift booster of Energia-Buran


Model Kit Contents (click the image for larger photo)

Model Features

68 resin parts




Width 114 mm


Height 408 mm


Unit price: US$98

Shipping charge: US$16

Each model kit contents 1 set of decal. Extra decals can also be ordered.

Extra decal



Spacecraft History and Specification

In 1974, after failure of the N-1 Lunar rocket, the Soviet military preferred a new family of modular following the loss of space race to America. In 1976, the Ministers of the USSR launched the program of the reusable spacecraft system. The former OKB-1 bureau was restructured to NPO Energia enterprise that in charge of the program development. The U.S. shuttle design was studied by Russian rocket scientists but they had no experience in production of large solid rocket motors. The final configuration was resulted in four liquid propellant boosters surrounding the core stage. The launch booster rocket layout was approved by military and was designated 11K25. The first flight schedule was planned in 1983 but development problems led to serious delay. In 1986, with the first launch schedule was confirmed, the 11K25 launch booster was named Engeria. In 1987, The Energia first launched from site-250 carrying a Polyus military payload. The rocket performed flawlessly. In 1988, the Energia carried Buran orbiter and completed first and only flight of the Energia-Buran program. The Engeria production was ended with the fall of Soviet Union and Buran cancellation.





Core dia.:




Operational intercontinental ballistic missile

To build as contingency planning in case the Altas ran into development problems




1x OKB-456 RD-170 rocket engine (Second stage)

4x KBKhA RD-0120 (11D122) rocket engine (First stage)



Model References

The Energia rocket is suitable to group with the following collection series.

International rocket

Ariane -Europe

Atlas -USA

Black Arrow -UK

Black Brant -Canada

Delta -USA

Energia -USSR/Russia

Europa -Europe

Long March -China


Proton -USSR

Redstone -USA

Saturn -USA

Soyuz -USSR

Thor -USA

Titan -USA

Voskhod -USSR

Vostok -USSR

Zenit -Ukrain

Soviet/Russian rocket

Energia -USSR/Russia


Proton -USSR

Soyuz -USSR

Voskhod -USSR

Vostok -USSR