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Old 04-21-2021, 02:45 PM
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My 2021 version of the Coaster Dynasoar Centauri is now complete and ready to launch, which will likely happen in the next week or so.

I decided that the original nose cone was just a little too basic and had one 3D printed instead.

Flight report when it happens.



That Coaster bird turne our really sweet. Those other are wicked as well. Clear skies, and now wind when you fly.
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Old 05-02-2021, 10:22 AM
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Just remember that the 30lb Coaster engine was actually an F67 in today's terms.....It was called an F15 back then as it's average thrust was 15 lb/sec . The max or peak thrust was 35 lb/s so that's 156 N/s!!!!!! Also Coaster only made -0 an -4 for their F15 and F25 (F67/F111 in Netwons). They made -0 and -3 for their F11 (F49)
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