If the designation is FT-#### then it is a product of
"Future Tech Aerospace" rocketry, likely to be a rocket
built or designated in the "new era" when I would occasionally
come back and build a rocket in more recent times.
If the designation is ML-## then it is a product of
"Matt Lipsman" rocketry. Matt is a friend of mine,
but we launch together sometimes. These designations
are virtial, as the actual models are not labeled.
all fins detatched and
copter nose lost
|ED-0003||Nova Payloader (I)||Fully operational|
|ED-0004||Nova Payloader (II)||Near end of operational life;
lost parachute in last launch
due to wadding mistake in prep.
|ED-0005||Nova Payloader (III)||Decommisioned;
was run over by a minivan after
a launch and sustained irreprable
|ED-0007||Saturn V||Was indefinately decommisioned;
has just been rebuilt and is awaiting
a future launch.
|Real world rocket|
|FT-0008||Space Shuttle||Missing fin inserts
|FT-0009||Mercury Atlas||Fully operational||Real world rocket|
|ML-02||Little Joe II||Fully operational||Real world rocket|
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