Sarah Mark II
Sarah MkII was the successor of the Sarha rocket and was built to facilitate the project moving into supersonic rocket control research. This rocket had a fully composite airframe and would be able to be controlled using either canards or thrust vectoring.
David Wright was the main designer behind this rocket, starting it as his final year engineering project in 2013 and then completed it in 2014. The rocket also featured an instrumentation system to measure the forces acting on the rocket during flight.