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Old 09-19-2018, 09:29 PM
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Originally Posted by MarkB.
That last one looks like the fin units from a Space Shuttle or a Titan III glued to a center tube. The centering rings at the top give them away.

A good collection. The Patriot has potential. Are they going to be painted and fixed up or flown as-is?

A final question; is there film in Astrocam?

Never thought about the possibility of those being Shuttle or Titan fins. Makes sense.
Since most of them are in decent shape I've just been regluing fins and calling them good. The Pathfinder went back together pretty well and two of the scratch builds are also back together and ready to go. I was thinking that I might sneak up to B6-4 Field for an eBay refugee launch if the weather holds out for me this weekend. Last week would have been perfect, but I had too many irons in the fire.
I haven't opened the AstroCam yet, but it doesn't appear to have film. That would be interesting.
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