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Old 12-09-2019, 07:33 PM
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Yes, it is raised. it is the standard Patriot conduit.


Some PATRIOT data . . .

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Old 12-10-2019, 07:50 AM
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Thanks Man and Dave. I'm leaning to make my scale Malemute the Improved variety, though I've built payload/nosecone for both the first flight version described by Peter Alway, and a more generic NASA sounding rocket. The Terrier booster uses different size fins for those options, but I'm not building 2 Terriers :-).

Thanks for the dimensional data on the Patriot - it helps. And it also answered my lingering question - is that stripe/conduit on both sides? Yep.
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Thanks Man and Dave. I'm leaning to make my scale Malemute the Improved variety, though I've built payload/nosecone for both the first flight version described by Peter Alway, and a more generic NASA sounding rocket. The Terrier booster uses different size fins for those options, but I'm not building 2 Terriers :-).

Thanks for the dimensional data on the Patriot - it helps. And it also answered my lingering question - is that stripe/conduit on both sides? Yep.


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A few varieties.
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Assorted pics.
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Wonderful! The documentation on the single-stage Malemute sounding rocket test vehicle is also welcome (with its Centuri Starfire-like boat-tail, it would probably make a good scale *and* parachute duration model). There was also, before they ran out of usable surplus Nike motors, a Nike-Malemute, although the Terrier-Malemute lacks nothing in the sleek aesthetics department, and:

When I was the volunteer range historian for PFRR (the Poker Flat Research Range ["Flat" is singular]: https://www.pfrr.alaska.edu/content/welcome-poker-flat ), I had a Malemute upper stage fin and a Nike fin, both from the range's "boneyard." (I have no idea if both came from the same--or *any*--Nike-Malemute round [the Nike fin could have been from any Nike-boosted vehicle], as the artifacts there cover many years of sounding rocket campaigns.)
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More Malemute info.
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Just 2 pics of the single stage.
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If I havenít posted them on YORF, hereís my Terrier Improved Malemute.




Booster closeup


Iím looking for the equivalent Talos data for this spec label. I have a pic of a Talos with this printing- but it isnít clear enough to read.


Improved Malemute / Patriot



For fun, I made a detail based on a Tomahawk despin unit
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Charles,

Beautiful, simply beautiful !

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