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Topic: It has wings 2 types of engines it flies like an X-15 into space, then during the coasting phase the reflectors are extended on the main engine
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Bob L Petersen

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It has wings 2 types of engines it flies like an X-15 into space, then during the coasting phase the reflectors are extended on the main engine
Posted: Aug 13, 2003 10:39 AM
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It has wings 2 types of engines it flies like an X-15 into space,
then during the coasting phase the reflectors are extended on the main
engine. It is actual only flying for a few seconds then the acceration
is 3.5G. It is virtually a rocket. It is assembled out of parts and
knowledge from a hundred project. It parts are used for other thing
after there first purpose is done. I has been thought over, reviewed,
doubted and checked.


It is a plane rocket guilder house machine shop. It is a craftsman's
paradise.

<a
href="http://www.angelfire.com/space/where-i-want-to-be/tobenamed.html">
X-hybrid: X-plane And +.7G Environment Shuttle And Space Station In
One Design.


Bob L. Petersen


Space is
where I want to be



<a
href="http://www.angelfire.com/space/where-i-want-to-be/tobenamedn.html">Life
In Space: Entertainment Food Movies Art Education BYO







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