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Falcon 9 Rocket Gimbal

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Falcon 9 Rocket Gimbal by BiranPatel Mar 16, 2013
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This is a part that will fit in the bottom the Falcon 9 model rocket that is based off the real Falcon 9 Rocket. Falcon 9 is a space vessel that was designed by the Space X company.

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  1. Print it out.
  2. Insert in the back of rocket.
  3. Glue piece down.
  4. Place on desk for everyone to see.

note
This is not designed for flying. There are no holes in the bottom of the unit. You can drill out the holes if you like. But I do not recommend

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Dec 16, 2015 - Modified Dec 16, 2015

I believe this is the Grasshopper configuration. Which is exactly what I was looking for. Thank you so much. The falcon 9 has a Octoweb formation. ( http://www.spacex.com/falcon9 ).The grasshopper was basically the the thing thing that led the way for the first part of Falcon 9. Great work!

This doesn't look like the right configuration

When I looked up the rocket on Google Images this was the configuration that I saw. But a few people have told me that they changed their configuration. I'm not sure what their new configuration is.

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