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Old 10-22-2007, 06:16 PM
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i am planning (planning) to have the best of both worlds as i love RC and rocketry. here is my plan i have the plans to build a RC shuttle (no specific name as yet) but need the plans or a detailed drawing of the rockets(booster etc.) to start the physics of what would be needed to get this project off the ground. can anyone direct me or perhaps have info on how to obtain these plans perhaps on .pdf as i have the technology to print and adjust scale with software.
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Old 10-22-2007, 06:19 PM
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George Gassaway has done it. He might be able to help you get started. George Gassaway
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Old 10-22-2007, 06:48 PM
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Old 10-22-2007, 06:59 PM
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Good luck with it. When you get started, let us have a peek every now and then.

George started out boosting the orbiter with a conventional rocket. It gave him plenty of launches to practice with the gliding characteristics of the orbiter. It doesn't have a lot of wing area, so it glides kinda like the real one.....a brick with elevons.

I've never seen his full stack fly, but I've seen the earlier version which flew on a G32.

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Isn't the shuttle that is sold by Sheri's Hot Rockets convertable to fly RC?
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Isn't the shuttle that is sold by Sheri's Hot Rockets convertable to fly RC?


There's rockets in her photos?
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There's rockets in her photos?

Yep, they are kinda hard to see... I've got to get to Arizona
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