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Discovery : A Space Odyssey
Thursday, 11 February 2010 | 4986 hits | Read more
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International Space Station
Tuesday, 09 February 2010 | 2821 hits | Read more
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Columbia Space Shuttle Memorial
Tuesday, 09 February 2010 | 4735 hits | Read more
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Mars Polar Lander
Tuesday, 09 February 2010 | 2026 hits | Read more
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Pioneer 10
Tuesday, 09 February 2010 | 2223 hits | Read more
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Phobos paper model
Tuesday, 09 February 2010 | 5895 hits | Read more
157. Eva Pod
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Eva Pod
Sunday, 07 February 2010 | 3978 hits | Read more
158. Moonbus
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Moonbus
Thursday, 04 February 2010 | 2415 hits | Read more
159. Ariane 4
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Ariane 4
Monday, 25 January 2010 | 2396 hits | Read more
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Colonial Viper Mk2 Starfighter (Battlestar Galactica)
Sunday, 24 January 2010 | 8141 hits | Read more
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Andromeda Battleship
Monday, 11 January 2010 | 10660 hits | Read more
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Spaceship Yamato
Wednesday, 02 December 2009 | 6791 hits | Read more
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Space Battleship Yamato
Friday, 27 November 2009 | 10776 hits | Read more
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2001: A space oddessy
Saturday, 21 November 2009 | 3073 hits | Read more
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Blue Falcon / F-Zero X
Wednesday, 14 October 2009 | 3811 hits | Read more
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Long March 2F Rocket
Saturday, 10 October 2009 | 2825 hits | Read more
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Apollo Lunar Module
Saturday, 10 October 2009 | 6890 hits | Read more
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Gundam Papercraft - SD Salamis Kai Cruiser
Thursday, 01 October 2009 | 3237 hits | Read more
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Launchpad & Space Shuttle Papercraft
Thursday, 01 October 2009 | 4373 hits | Read more
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The spaceship papercraft based on the Einhander shoot 'em up video game by Square and released for the Sony PlayStation. DOWNLOAD Papercraft
Monday, 28 September 2009 | 5148 hits
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A model from Erick's Models The Minotaur I Rocket is an American solid fuel rocket designed to launch small satellites. It is built by Orbital Sciences Corporation and uses decommissioned Minuteman 2 solid rocket motors in its first and second stages, combined with Pegasus-based third and fourth stages. It is capable of putting up to 1280 lbm (580 kg) into LEO (100 nmi/185 km, 28.5 deg inclination). The fourth launch of Minotaur I in September 2005 was a spectacular sunset launch, delivering a fast-growing cloud of colors, visible across the whole southern west coast of the United States. Local authorities reported being flooded with calls about the phenomenon. The Minotaur I launch of the TacSat-2 spacecraft on 16 December 2006 was the first successful orbital-insertion space launch from Wallops Island, VA in 22 years.[1] It was also the innaugral launch from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (MARS) launch facility. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 2567 hits
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A model from Erick's Models Orbital Sciences Corporation is currently developing the much more powerful Minotaur IV for the U.S. Air Force. The Minotaur IV combines U.S Government-furnished solid rocket motors from decommissioned Peacekeeper ICBMs with technologies from other Orbital-built launch vehicles, including the Minotaur I, Pegasus, and Taurus. The first Minotaur IV is currently scheduled to launch a U.S. Air Force Space Based Space Surveillance (SBSS) satellite in December 2008.[2][3] This flight will also carry two FASTRAC satellites as secondary payloads.[4] A Minotaur V five-stage version has also been conceptualized. It would have an additional upper stage for small GTO, lunar, and interplanetary missions. [wikipedia]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 2622 hits
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A model from Erick's Models The Scout family of rockets were launch vehicles designed to place small satellites into orbit around the Earth. The original Scout (an acronym for Solid Controlled Orbital Utility Test system) was designed in 1957 at the NACA Langley center. Scouts were used from 1961 until 1994. Unlike other satellite launchers, all Scout stages were solid fueled. To enhance reliability the development team opted to use "off the shelf" hardware, originally produced for military programs. According to the NASA fact sheet: ... the first stage motor was a combination of the Jupiter Senior and the Navy Polaris; the second stage came from the Army MGM-29 Sergeant; and the third and fourth stage motors were designed by Langley engineers who adapted a version of the Navy Vanguard.[1] The first successful orbital launch of a Scout, on February 16, 1961, delivered Explorer 9, a 7 kg satellite used for atmospheric density studies, into orbit.[2] The final launch of a Scout, using a Scout G-1, was on May 9, 1994. The payload was a MSTI military spacecraft with a mass of 163 kg, which remained in orbit until 1998.[3] The standard Scout launch vehicle was a solid propellant, four-stage booster system, approximately 75 feet (23 meters) in length with a launch weight of 47,398 pounds (21,500 kilograms.)[4]
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 2635 hits
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A model from Erick's Models The Convair RTV-A-2 Hiroc (High-Altitude Rocket) is the grandfather of the Atlas rocket in use today. In 1945, Convair was given funding to develop a system capable of delivering a payload 6000 miles or greater. Convair decided to go with a ballistic missile design and started development. The missile design would incorporate new technology that would eventually find its way into the Atlas missile. The gimbaled engine exhaust nozzles and separating nose cone were later used in the Atlas missile. The structurally incorporated fuel tanks that are in the Atlas missiles were considered, but not implemented for the test missiles. There were three test launches in the second half of 1948, and all three failed to complete their flight profile. The first and last had premature engine cutoffs, while the second broke up in flight. Nevertheless, the tests provided valuable data that went into Convair's design proposal for the MX-1593 contract. The MX-1593 program produced the Atlas ICBM, and the Atlas family of rockets were derived from there. While this rocket might not be a large or particularly well known, it was an important step in the development of space flight technology.
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 3025 hits
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A model from Erick's Models This was the case for the awesome Mercury-Redston at The Philippus Lansbergen Public Observatory Foundation website. The rocket and capsule are great. Nice details, easy construction, and great instructions. The escape tower was pretty basic, but for good reason. At this scale, the paper would have to be cut into very thin peices which would break easily. To make things easy for the non-experienced modeler, the tower was simplifed to an easy to build design.
Saturday, 16 August 2008 | 4074 hits
 

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