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Boeing X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle (OTV) (2009)

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For years, NASA and the U.S. military have known that the Space Shuttle's days were numbered.  Among the concepts for replacement vehicles proposed is the X-37 Orbital Test Vehicle (OTV), an unmanned reusable spaceplane developed by U.S. Air Force's Rapid Capabilities Office.  More than 29 feet long with a nearly 15-foot wingspan, the X-37B is designed to be boosted into space aboard an Atlas 5 rocket in the 501 configuration.  After its mission, the craft will glide back to earth and land on a conventional airstrip much like the Shuttle.

Although the X-37B's payloads are classified, it's expected that it will carry any number of military payloads, including surveillance and communications satellites.

First tested aboard a Scaled Composite White Knight One air-launch vehicle in 2009, the X-37B is scheduled to make its first spaceflight in spring 2010.

  • Scale: 1:72
  • Material: Resin
  • Number of Pieces:8
  • Master by BLAP! Models
  • Decals by JBOT
  • Casting BLAP! Models
  • This kit is grown using stereolithography based on data from NASA.

X-37B - What You Get


JBOT Decal Sheet (Markings for 3 Test Vehicles)



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