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X-24C Hypersonic Research Craft (1977) 1:144 3d printed

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X-24C Hypersonic Research Craft (1977) 1:144 3d printed
X-24C Hypersonic Research Craft (1977) 1:144 3d printed

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X-24C Hypersonic Research Craft (1977) 1:144

Ships as soon as 9 days
3D printed in black nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
Product Description
Following the X-15's retirement in the 1960s, NASA began planning for the "next generation" of hypersonic research air/spacecraft.  One of the joint NASA/USAF proposals was the X-24C, a rocket-powered lifting body based on the top-secret FDL-8 configuration.  To be launched by either a modified B-52 aircraft or a Titan III-C ballistic missile, the X-24C was designed to reach speeds of up to Mach 8 and cruise at Mach 6 for 40 seconds.
Approximately $200 million was appropriated for development of two X-24C prototypes.  However, in 1977, budget overruns caused the project to be cancelled.  Or perhaps it just "went black..."

source : fantastic-plastic
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x24c fix1
10.16 x 4.78 x 2.3 cm
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4 x 1.88 x 0.91 inches
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