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BOMI civil version

Justo Miranda

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Here some pictures from "Science et Vie" Mars 1955
 

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Thank you, just what I like to see - I think there are some photos of a BOMI model in Apogee's Dynasoar similar to this one but probably the military version.

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Barry
 

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Really interesting Justo, I've never heard about a civil version of BOMI, I thought that there were only a military spaceplane.

I enclose a photo of the BOMI desktop model that fits with the description of civil version.
 

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Re: Exotic rocket fuels

http://io9.com/fly-coast-to-coast-in-40-minutes-via-rocket-plane-453663129/@mattnovak
 

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here a link to Tsien Hsue-shen 'transport rocket.'
http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,8273.msg93127.html#msg93127
 

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Jemiba said:
Topics merged


...And on *that* note, I could honestly see an initial design change before this finally got off the ground: The passenger windows would never be -that- large, much less round as BOAC's experiences would foretell.
 

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