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Yep, I have PE also. The dead spot is what they are checking. Warfan is what Im taking.
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Lots, and lots of doctors. Looking for the big C.
I also built one. I had to put in a 13mm motor mount, and a lot of nose weight to get it to ballance out like the full size kit, and a launch...
Are you going to paper the fins on your new BB? Other wise grain direction =weak fins.
Oh happy day. Contacted Sandra at Estes, they had the part. Since I messed the part up, I had to purchase them, but that is only right. So all...
As I feared. Guess I'll wait for the new Saturn and hope I can use the new "plastic parts". If I can get some from Estes when it comes out.
I do have a set of the moldin olies fairings. The problem with them is their weight. I've my Saturn stock. Single 24/40 mm mount. I don't know...
Please help. Like many I'm trying to build a Saturn V for the anniversery. But when sanding the conformation of the fairings to the body tube,...
When I have epoxy that won't dry, I try a hair drier set to hot. Yes, while still hot the epoxy is soft, but when it cools down many times the...
Thanks, that's it.
Nope, this was a real dog. A border collie that was trained to step on a floor launch controller at "zero".
Does anyone remember the rocket dog from a few years ago? I'm looking for the movies of him launching rockets.
Not canon, but should be "rocketable".[ATTACH]
While very pleased to see the Little Joe 1 coming out. I'd rather see all those extra Mercury capsules going on top an Atlas.
Who knew Chewbacca had to do a Fred Flinstone to get the Falcon going.
Did use some measurements. But nothing exact. Marked four spots around the tubes and then made the struts fit the marks.
:wink: It will be painted. Red fins, silver body/pods, white porthole with atronaught decal
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