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Author:  Cascadia [ April 19th, 2019, 9:04 pm ]
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Quite awsome.
Would like to see something similar for the Ariane family.

Author:  BB1987 [ April 19th, 2019, 9:18 pm ]
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Cascadia wrote: *
Quite awsome.
Would like to see something similar for the Ariane family.
Incidentally, if I end up drawing another rocket in the future (don't know when though), that would be just the Ariane.

Author:  Armoured man [ July 15th, 2019, 11:12 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Spacebucket

I decided to take a little bit of a break from all of the current projects I'm doing, and draw something random for fun so enjoy.

Star prancer class high-speed Corvette

statistics:
length: 280 ft
height: 118 ft
beam: 40 tf
propulsion: 1 x ion engine, 2 x traditional propellant based engines
maximum speed: 40 space knots
1 x twin 76mm Mark 89 autocannon
1 x sextuple Mark 7 point defence missile system

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the James H Roberts, was one of the original 45 star prancer class high-speed corvettes built for the United Nations Cosmo Navy in the year 2178. In 2191 James H Roberts was one of the many ships involved in First contact with Garmillas which ultimately helping to spark the Garmillas Earth War, she would also be present at the second Battle of Mars,where she would be one of the few vessels to survive the conflict. with the return of the yamato from its year-long voyageant 2199, she would continue to serve in the newly reformed UNCN until being decommissioned and placed into reserve in 2201. however in 2202 she would be recommissioned for White Comet Empire war, and ultimately survive the entire conflict and being decommissioned for final time in 2206, being the last of her class meant that she was significant enough to warrant preservation as a museum ship thanks to the efforts of Susumu Kodai and the rest of the yamato surviving crew members.

Author:  Tracer96 [ August 9th, 2019, 9:03 pm ]
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Hate to be nitpicking here, but I noticed something with the nozzles on the Titan IVB. They are canted outwards on the Titan sheet, but they should be straight.

Titan IVA: http://www.spacelaunchreport.com/Titan-4A-Card.jpg
Titan IVB: http://www.spacelaunchreport.com/Titan-4B-Card.jpg

BB1897, keep up the good work, and hope to see an Ariane family soon!

Author:  BB1987 [ August 9th, 2019, 10:14 pm ]
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SRMU nozzles on the Titan IVB were canted outwards as well.
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Author:  TimothyC [ January 7th, 2020, 3:51 am ]
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This is the result of reasoned thought on how to get Pete Conrad's Corvette to the moon:

Depriciated

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Author:  eswube [ January 11th, 2020, 10:57 am ]
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Crazy but great work.

Author:  heuhen [ January 12th, 2020, 5:24 am ]
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"if it's crazy, but works... i'll pay!"

these spacecraft... are something, nice

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