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Contributed by Bill Eichelberger
The Maverick was one of the more plain-jane rockets in the FSI universe, lacking the tube-finned cool of the Vikings or the outright bulk of the Hercules. While not quite a minimum diameter rocket, it was still meant to carry payloads to extreme altitudes, so when I decided to clone it, I decided to make it E9 or E12 capable, just to get a fraction of a feel for what it must have been like when the long burning, kick like a mule FSI motors were still available.
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