AXM's SHUTTLE M.L.P Build 1/96

Discussion in 'Space & Aeronautics' started by londonbluemisty, Feb 21, 2008.

  1. atamjeet

    atamjeet Member

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    Oh My God..... I am speachless... I am spellvound to see the amount of details and the amount of effort you have put into your model. I am just stunned to see the pictures and i have just shared this pics with my close friends.... Cannot wait to see it completely built buddy... Keep going... Best of luck...
  2. ovation

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    What are the red covers on the rear of the SRB holes for ?
    some pics show them others don't,Ive seen tv pics of the Ice team around them during the final stages of countdown,so I don't think they are "removed" for launch,
    were they replaced or not needed ?

    Ive been having a good look around this awsome site for a while .. http://www.shuttlelaunchcomplex.com/index.htm

    JJ..:thumb:
  3. gpw

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    Wayne,

    did you ever finish your STS 117 roll out version? :confused:

    Gerd
  4. dantdbv

    dantdbv New Member

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    JJ,

    Do a search for "Red Water Sausages" on google.

    Wayne,

    Great, wonderfull, superp job, i am looking forward to the next installment.

    Greetings
    DanTDBV
  5. ovation

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    Thanks,
    I have wondered and this is the first explanation Ive seen :thumb:

    Thanks,

    JJ-UK
  6. poppasmurf

    poppasmurf New Member

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    Great build. Alfonso certainly does great work with his designs.
  7. crowe-t

    crowe-t New Member

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    Wayne,

    I recently came across this forum and this thread.

    You did a great job on re-sizing the AXM MLP to 1/96! :thumb: