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  1. Hi guys, my first for 2018 the McDonnell Douglas DC-9 in NASA livery from Fly models in 1/144th scale. Subscribe to my channel here: http://bit.ly/mmscalemodels Thanks for watching Best regards M.
  2. I'm looking for 1/72 scale NASA decals for the F-18. Either the Hobbycraft box, Hasegawa box, Fujimi box or aftermarket will do. Can offer money, trade or undying gratitude :) Thanks!
  3. http://chelmsford.wickedlocal.com/news/20170929/chelmsford-author-writes-book-about-kites-physicsand speaking of NASA and kites ... https://www.grc.nasa.gov/www/k-12/airplane/shortk.html
  4. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-_jR39KD19FM/VvWb4YwYliI/AAAAAAAAF_s/o2iaBhaQ8rYOqXuFzqgJPu-OnXQGC_Csw/w863-h486-no/20160325_113107%255B1%255D.jpgHello guys; A lot ofpeople ask me questions about my LM 11 "Orion" since the Heritagecon x. I willtry to answer it. I was planning to post a review after I finish it because isnot ready. Its missing the figures, the LRV, the ASLEP and some of the trashafter unpacking the MESA. I will upload betterpictures. Here youhave a few pictures in its temporary base. I base myLunar Module in several works produced by excellent Modellers LM 5 byDavid Weeks http://www.ninfinger.org/models/html_pix/lm.html LM 6 John Sims I can't find the link to the pictures LM7 Glenn Johnson http://www.ninfinger.org/models/html_pix/ap13cslm.html LM 10 Glenn Johnson http://www.ninfinger.org/models/html_pix/ap15lm.html LM 12 Karl D. Dodenhoff http://www.ninfinger.org/models/ipms1997/97nats14.html Then came VincentMeens http://spacemodels.n...EM-24/index.htm and Pete Malgete http://www.ninfinger.org/models/html_pix/pmcutawaylm.htmland raise the bar with their work that all of you see in this forum. Once thing thatI learn for Mike Mackowski and David Weeks, is that you must do your work ofresearch when you prepare to make your model. An once that you think that youfinish, you must do more, because always is something missing. And sometimeswhen you finish the missing link will surface https://lh3.googleus...%255B1%255D.jpg https://lh3.googleus...%255B1%255D.jpg But in thisdays everything is more easy. The internet had the power of get the info, if youare willing to look for it. Historicalinformation for Apollo https://www.hq.nasa.gov/alsj/frame.html Eric Jones uncover the Apollo era in thisliving document http://www.retroweb.com/apollo.html Kipp Teague bring the images. ModellingReference http://www.ninfinger.org/models/models.html Sven Knudson place is the Bible for the models, everything and I mean everythingis in this web site. http://www.spaceinminiature.com/ Mike Mackowski hasgreat reference an clear all the obscure points of the real space modeling. SIM7 - Apollo Lunar Module is the one that you would like to use for a projectlike this. http://www.matirvine.com/ if you really wantto know about modeling techniques buy Matt Irvine Space Spacecraft Modeling itwill give you great tips. I will recommend toany real space modeler's to enter in the Yahoo group https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/space-modelers/infoover there you can chat with the most resourceful group of people , if you don'tfind something someone over there will help you. Made your own referencewith pictures drawings etc.
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