Mercury "Liberty Bell 7" Spacecraft (1:72), DragonWings 1:72 Scale Diecast Warbirds Item Number DRW50393
Length 2"
Wingspan 1"

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    Mercury Spacecraft "Liberty Bell 7" (1:72) by DragonWings 1:72 Scale Diecast
    Item Number: DRW50393

    NASA's Mercury program was a series of manned spaceflights in the important buildup to putting man on the Moon. Spacecraft "Liberty Bell 7" flew 480km at a maximum altitude of 190km and maximum speed of 1,969m/s. The naming is because of the shape of the craft, as well as an association with the original Liberty Bell. Indeed, a "crack" was painted onto the side of the craft to add to the illusion. Of interest, the 1,286kg Liberty Bell 7 was the first Mercury craft with a centerline trapezoid-shaped window instead of two portholes.

    Another innovation with this spacecraft was an explosive hatch release that allowed a rapid emergency escape. After performing its flight, Liberty Bell 7 splashed down in the ocean, although the craft subsequently sank to the bottom before it could be retrieved by helicopter. As a fitting final note, the Mercury spacecraft was salvaged 38 years later in 1999.

    Model Details for Herpa 1:500 South African Airways B 747-312 - DiMA ID# 347

    Herpa South African Airways B 747-312 1:500 - 503938 - DiMA ID#347
    South African Airways Herpa
    South African Airways Herpa

    Country &
    South Africa
    South Africa

    Aircraft: B 747-312 Scale: 1:500

    Part #: 503938 DiMA ID#: 347

    Release Date: 1999 Disc Date: 1999

    Status: Limited Production Units: 10000

    Remarks: "Ndizani" Colors.
    Registration:  ZS-SAJ Engines: 4 JT9D-7R4G2

    Classification: Commercial

    Last Updated: 05/23/2008

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