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Bob Morstadt with this Gemini Titan Bob Morstadt with this Gemini Titan

Bob Morstadt's HellFire project this year is a beautiful, scratch built Gemini-Titan. Bob's Titan is a 5-inch diameter model that uses 2 extra long H-motors (Aerotech H268-M). The highly detailed capsule is made from the Revell plastic model.  Bob is utilizing a Q-Burst relay system.  The forward propellant grains are painted with Quick-Burst pyrogen. The Gemini has clear plastic fins, rail buttons, a ten-foot diameter parachute with piston ejection, and weighs about 10 pounds.

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