|CP Position From Front:||16.13 inches|
|Motor Size:||18 millimeters|
|Nose Cone Material:||Plastic|
|Recommended Motors:||A8-3, B4-4, B6-4, B8-5, C5-3, C6-3|
Brief: This was originally produced by Estes Industries and is currently out of production (OOP). Plans were obtained from Ye Olde Rocket Shoppe . Design was for an 18mm mount with a parachute recovery. Construction: Design has four fins with 2 representing wings and 2 rudders. Two long sections of body tube represent scramjets. Components: 1 BT-55 body tube ...
This is an upscale of the OOP Estes Industries NASA Pegasus. The plans are available from Ye Olde Rocket Shoppe . It's a futuristic spaceplane type model, which happens to be a style that I particularly like. I built a standard sized clone which was reviewed previously. I used the dimensions to make the upscale version. The design has four fins with 2 wings and 2 rudders. Two long body ...
For those of you still following my Goonyness this was Baby Bertha kit bash #11. Again this is not a kit review of the original but another of my many kit bashes. All fin patterns and decals came from http://www.spacemodeling.org/JimZ/est0806.htm . The major difference again being that mine is a Goony version of the USAF Pegasus (Estes Kit #0806). It will also have an 18mm motor mount ...
The 1977 Estes Catalog featureing the Pegasus rocket on page 18.
Original scans of the instructions for the Estes kit (1376) Pegasus
1982 Estes catalog photo showing the NASA Pegasus.