- Apr 30, 2021
- Reaction score
- Northern NJ
Looks like an 18×70 mm engine in a 24×95 MMT.
(mumble mumble. CG looks about midway between MMT and tip of nose. mumble. E12 weights 35 g more than C6. mumble. bit over an ounce. mumble mumble.)
So, balanced to take an E12 if might need a little over three ounces of nose weight, maybe 3½. I guess that's still a few grams short of a piano.
Yeah, I wondered about that too. A fire broke out. Our crew took too long to put it out and/or our ship design let it reach the explosives too easily, so it blew up. And that's so much less humiliating than being hit by a Ukrainian missile or two.
Are you listening, President Putin? The world is laughing at you.
Yes, built for a 24x70mm mount (D12-5) but will take a 18x70mm motor (I design my motor mounts in a way that lets me use an adapter to downsize to 18mm in the same length space). I already risking losing this with a D12-0 booster and C6-3 sustainer so not likely to go larger.
I just posted a request for a feature in Open Rocket. It would be great if you could override CG and mass but check some elements to be excluded from the override -- In this case, it would be great to be able to change engines and then modify the nose weight to see how heavy it would need to be for a D or E engine.