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SRB-X (Scale 1:400) 3d printed

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White Natural Versatile Plastic
SRB-X (Scale 1:400) 3d printed
SRB-X (Scale 1:400) 3d printed

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SRB-X (Scale 1:400)

3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.

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Product Description
The SRB-X was once described as "the single worst shuttle-derived launcher ever proposed". In 1984 the USAF issued a request for proposals for a commercial expendable launch vehicle capable of placing 10,000 lb payloads into GEO are discussed. A fixed-price incentive was included for the delivery and launch of 10 rockets. The government would furnish propellants, oxidizers, and pressurants. A single-rocket SRB-X would carry less payload weight than the Shuttle, but would offer the advantage of economy to a user desiring to put less than a full Shuttle load into an orbit that would preclude sharing payload bay space with another user. The three-rocket configuration would carry approximately the same weight as the Shuttle to LEO, however this configuration would have a much greater capability to GEO.
What's in the box:
SRB-X (Scale 1:400)
4.3 x 1.35 x 16.01 cm
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1.69 x 0.53 x 6.3 inches
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