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OV-103 Forward Fuselage & Crew Cabin
overview of forward fuselage and crew compartment for OV-103
About this creation
This page shows the details of OV-103 Space Shuttle Discovery's forward fuselage and crew compartment.



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   The upper flight deck module is removable to allow access to mid-deck



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   This view shows the forward fuselage with the RCC nose cap and Forward RCS modules removed.



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   This view shows an air data probe deployed. There are two units, one on each side. They provide temperature and pressure data during decent.



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   Star Tracker module used to align the orbiter's Inertia Measurement Units



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   Forward fuselage with the Forward RCS module installed.



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   Nose gear



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   Overview of the modules that make up the Forward Fuselage



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   Overhead view of the flight deck



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   Commander and Pilot seats on the flight deck



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   View of mid-deck and stowage lockers



Comments

 I like it 
  June 9, 2012
I love the detail that you have gone into on this model good work! 10/10
  July 22, 2011
Discovery was always the greatest Space Shuttle. Awesome Job!
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  November 6, 2010
This makes my space shuttle (Not uploaded yet) look like a 3 yr. old made it. This is AMAZING!
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  May 7, 2010
Exceptional model. Do you have instructions to make it
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  March 25, 2009
Hey, you in that comment down there, why should it say 'Enterprise' instead of 'Discovery'? There are more then one Space Shuttle you know! Six were built in all. Enterprise was never used in space (to my knowledge), Columbia disintigrated on reentry, and Challenger was the one that exploded 73 seconds after liftoff. The three that remain Spaceworthy are Discovery, Atlantis, and Endeavor. Discovery was well chosen, as it represents many of the Shuttle Program's advances. Discovery carried the first and third Congressmen to visit space aloft, it launched the Hubble telescope, it was the first Space Shuttle to have a Russian passenger, it was the first shuttle to be launched at night, and it was the first shuttle to be launched on the Fourth of July.
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  October 18, 2007
Sorry to the creator but i can only find one tiny thing wrong with it, it should say ENTERPRISE, instead of discovery
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  January 5, 2007
Words cannot describe how detailed and amazing the detail in this cockpit is. Fantastic.
Spencer  R.
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Noah Greifer
  September 30, 2006
Needs to be much smoother.
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  September 29, 2006
As always unbealivable attention to detail, although the shape could have been a bit smoother, but overall definitive worth 5/5.
 
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