Author Topic: Russian Space Shuttle class Siberian SiR-80G Desperado test  (Read 2107 times)

Offline Desperado_Daddy

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Russian Space Shuttle class Siberian http://www.spacecreator.ru/index.html SiR-80G Desperado - NATO class Black Dragon - under trek Flight of Valkirie and Goog-bye Slavianka on YouTube
tested a ASS (Artificial Stability System) of aircraft control and fly very good with multyfunctional third head stage type Thunder. 8)
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Exactly what am I looking at and how is this directly relevant to Russian Space Launch? That looks like a 1980's CGI of a Tomcat.

Edit: Perhaps http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?board=59.0 this section of the forum is what you are looking for?
« Last Edit: 06/13/2015 04:31 PM by The Amazing Catstronaut »
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 As far as I can gather from google translate and the linked pages, this is a concept for an SSTO spacecraft by a Mr. Victor Grebentchikov. This is apparently for 'Aerospace Research Keeping LLC', but as far as I can tell that company consists solely of Mr. Grebentchikov and that website.

 That's as far as I got before the horrible background colour genuinely gave me a headache. 'Desperado_Daddy'; if you are Mr. Grebentchikov, and I assume you are, please change it.

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It is a derivative of new russian shuttle class Siberian http://www.spacecreator.ru/index.html - and really it looks as Aircraft MiG-31 but first stage of that Shuttle only Wing and pair Engine! ;D
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