Northrop MX-324

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Technical data (MX-324)

Wingspan: 10.90 m (35.7 ft), length: 4.34 m (14.2 ft), height: 2.13 m (7 ft), wing area: 23.41 sq.m (260 sq.ft), max weight: 1,656 kg (3,656 lbs), estimated max speed: 480 kph (298 mph), ceiling: 5,200 m (17,056 ft), range: 480 km (298 mls).

Airframe: wood/plywood/steel tubing.
 

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Are the rectangular outlets in the trailing edge jet exhausts? Seem like very tiny engines in that case. Does anybody have an idea what thrust these engines would have?
 

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The MX-324 had rocket propulsion - one Aerojet XCALR-200, 900 N / 200 lbf thrust. Small motor, small exhaust. That would be the round one. Don't know about the other two rectangular ones.
 

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