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MetMan

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I got this part in a Designer's Special off of ebay and I'm not sure what I'd be able to do with this part. Appear to be some kind of satellite payload. The transition section is BT55-60.

I suppose I could super detail the satellite and use a clear payload tube over it. Maybe even add some lighting.

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gothique_97

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It may be that its two separate parts that are molded together at the factory, like they do with the Estes Black Brant II parts. Is there a way to tie a shock cord and parachute to the satellite?
 

MetMan

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Originally posted by Aerobee300
The nose cone is for an Estes SDI Satellite rocket kit circa 1992
Originally posted by sandman
It is also the payload/transition for The Estes Geo Sat LV.
Wow! I had a feeling when I saw the picture of it in the box it might be something good. This is better than I had expected. Thanks, guys!

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It looks like marvin's Illudium Q36 explosive space modulator
 

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Nah its a block of gold pressed lattinum :D
 

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Yeh , the Estes BullPup & BLU-97b & Python 4 boat tales come like this , molded into 1 big peice:(
 

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Originally posted by Chr$
It looks like marvin's Illudium Q36 explosive space modulator
the ability to destroy a planet is insignificant when compared to the Power of the Force.
 
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