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 Revell 04736 Space Shuttle Discovery Booster 1:144
 [REV04736]
 352,00 DKK
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Revell 04736 Space Shuttle Discovery Booster 1:144
Revell 04736 Space Shuttle Discovery Booster 1:144

Skala 1:144

The development of a reusable in the main components transport system for NASA began in 1972 at North American Rockwell and a number of other companies. The total weight of the ready-to-go Space Shuttle is 2,055 t. It can carry a payload of 30 t in an orbit up to 965 km above the earth. The orbiter prototype, the Enterprise, was completed in 1976. The Enterprise was used to study the flight and landing properties in the atmosphere and in the development of the space-suitable ferry. The first launch of a space shuttle into space then took place on April 12, 1981 with the space shuttle Columbia. With the completion of more orbiter from 1983, NASA intensified its scientific-experimental and military-strategic activities together with the US Air Force considerably. Communication and research satellites were transported into space, on-site repairs carried out, and the American Space Station set up and supplied. The Challenger was on 4 April 1983 for the first time in space. The Discovery lifted on 30 August 1984 for the first time. Since October 3, 1985, the fourth space shuttle Atlantis was on 26 missions in use. The Endeavor completed its first launch on May 7, 1992. This ferry was equipped with numerous new equipment and computers and thus more powerful overall. The orbiters can remain in space for a maximum of 28 days. The enormous structural and thermal loads during take-off and landing constantly require controls and the maintenance of all components as well as the improvement of the equipment. The heat shield at the front and bottom of the space shuttle is particularly affected and must be constantly monitored and repaired. Due to two tragic accidents in which the entire crew was killed, in 1986 the Challenger and 2003 Columbia were lost. After a two-year break and extensive changes to the orbiter and main tank, flights continued. With your landing at Edwards Air Force Base in California on August 9, 2005, the Discovery's 31st flight, NASA's 114th Space Shuttle mission, was successfully completed. With the resumption of shuttle flights, the expansion of the International Space Station ISS will continue in the next few years. This should include the European laboratory Columbus. Due to two tragic accidents in which the entire crew was killed, in 1986 the Challenger and 2003 Columbia were lost. After a two-year break and extensive changes to the orbiter and main tank, flights continued. With your landing at Edwards Air Force Base in California on August 9, 2005, the Discovery's 31st flight, NASA's 114th Space Shuttle mission, was successfully completed. With the resumption of shuttle flights, the expansion of the International Space Station ISS will continue in the next few years. This should include the European laboratory Columbus. Due to two tragic accidents in which the entire crew was killed, in 1986 the Challenger and 2003 Columbia were lost. After a two-year break and extensive changes to the orbiter and main tank, flights continued. With your landing at Edwards Air Force Base in California on August 9, 2005, the Discovery's 31st flight, NASA's 114th Space Shuttle mission, was successfully completed. With the resumption of shuttle flights, the expansion of the International Space Station ISS will continue in the next few years. This should include the European laboratory Columbus. After a two-year break and extensive changes to the orbiter and main tank, flights continued. With your landing at Edwards Air Force Base in California on August 9, 2005, the Discovery's 31st flight, NASA's 114th Space Shuttle mission, was successfully completed. With the resumption of shuttle flights, the expansion of the International Space Station ISS will continue in the next few years. This should include the European laboratory Columbus. After a two-year break and extensive changes to the orbiter and main tank, flights continued. With your landing at Edwards Air Force Base in California on August 9, 2005, the Discovery's 31st flight, NASA's 114th Space Shuttle mission, was successfully completed. With the resumption of shuttle flights, the expansion of the International Space Station ISS will continue in the next few years. This should include the European laboratory Columbus. With the resumption of shuttle flights, the expansion of the International Space Station ISS will continue in the next few years. This should include the European laboratory Columbus. With the resumption of shuttle flights, the expansion of the International Space Station ISS will continue in the next few years. This should include the European laboratory Columbus.

- Cargo compartment doors to open 
- Mobile transport arm 
- Two solid rocket outdoor fuel tank 
- Mobile launch pad 
- Three detailed rocket engine power stages 

Super Decals: 

- Orbiter Enterprise, Discovery, Atlantis, Endeavor before 1998 
- Orbiter Enterprise, Discovery, Atlantis, Endeavor after 1998

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