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'''Outside:'''
 
'''Outside:'''
* aircraft has no 3d model
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* Aircraft's 3D model is under development and in pre-alpha state.<br>See http://gitorious.org/space-shuttle
  
 
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'''General:'''
 
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* no hud available
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* No HUD available
 
* Because the shuttle is a glider without engines after re-entry, the initial starting position should be somewhere at an altitude of over 80000 feet
 
* Because the shuttle is a glider without engines after re-entry, the initial starting position should be somewhere at an altitude of over 80000 feet
  

Revision as of 01:44, 14 November 2009

Space Shuttle
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Author(s) Jon S. Berndt (FDM)
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Status Development

NASA's Space Shuttle, officially called the Space Transportation System (STS), is the spacecraft currently used by the United States government for its human spaceflight missions.

Space Shuttle Enterprise is on display at the National Air and Space Museum.

Development status/Issues/Todo

Outside:

Cockpit:

  • 3d cockpit is not available

General:

  • No HUD available
  • Because the shuttle is a glider without engines after re-entry, the initial starting position should be somewhere at an altitude of over 80000 feet

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