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VentureStar X-33 RLV. Thanks to Donald E Edgecomb for his work on this great model.

instructions and orginal version here. (thanks to Jake for pointing it out that they were missing.)

And now a third revision, with even better graphics!! Thanks John D. for the next leapfrog.

3/10
1/100 scale Shuttle stack.

The external tank and Solid rocket boosters.

The shuttle to match is here. These are really hard!!!!
9/10
X-20.

the X-20 Dyna-Soar. Experimental prototype. Thanks to Lars Folmann for his superior design and generosity in making this model available. Plus a lot more.
7/10



1/96 model of the Lockheed L1011 configured as the Stargazer Launch Vehicle and the Pegasus Satellite Launcher. (Click here)





And now a 1/48 version again by Ton. (And Click here!!!)

7/10

1/48 scale Pegasus rocket in Hyper X formation with an X43.

4/10
Mars rovers, opportunity and spirt 1:20 scale.

With different color configurations depending on Earth/Mars lighting! Thanks Ton!

This model is based on the original model design by Erik Te Groen. Erik has a great collection of models at: http://www.lansbergen.net/ under the section: Modelbouw

And now for its 1year birthday, an updated weathered version complete with mars dust. (click here!!!)

6/10
The avro arrow as designed by Bill. Thanks bill!!
Bills website is here:

http://aa.domaindlx.com/
ModelPaperEngine/AVRO%20ARROW.html


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Bill K. has a wonderfull version of the Mars rocket envisioned by Wernher Von Braun, Willy Ley, and Chesley Bonestell in the 1950's
Model here.

4/10
Ton's version of the Ariane V european rocket.
Model here.


4/10
Nick has designed this 1:200 Delta IV heavy lifter rocket. Looks great!!!
Model here.


4/10
Nick has now designed this 1:200 Delta IV Medium rocket. Another great one Nick!!!
Model here.


4/10
A beta version of what we think the SDLV (see the designers corner for definition) CEV launcher might look at. This is fresh off the presses, Ton worked at a fever pace to get it out.
Model here.
And I believe, the final version, of the CEV:
Model here.
And the heavy lifter for the Lunar lander/Fuel:
Model here.


4/10
I've finally gotten back to designing a model. this is a 1:53 scale model of the new LSAM design. I hope you like it. Its fun to build, albiet a bit free-form.
Model here.


8/10
Ton's latest update to the Heavy lifter based on the change specifications that have just come from nasa.
Model here.

4/10
Roland has sent in his version of the CEV-Launcher complete with a launch tower. This model looks beautiful, but it is a beta. Thanks Roland!!! scale 1:288.
Model here.

4/10
Ton's lastest update (2008/05) to the Ares V rocket.
Model here.

4/10
Ton's semi-official Ares I and Ares V formallly the SDLVs
Model here.

4/10
Lancer has put his heart and soul into these two, the Jupiter 120 and Jupiter 232 from Direct in 1:144 scale.
Model here.

5/10
Alfonso is no stranger to paper modeling. He has gladly donated his 1:144 version of the Shuttle Derived Heavy Launcher for your enjoyment.

Alfonso also has an amazing set of Shuttle mission, ISS, and Apollo models at his website: http://www.axmpaperspacescalemodels.com/

Model here.

4/10
Troy has send in this model of the Black Brant II Looks great and not too difficult. Thanks Troy.
Model here.


3/10
Ton's wonderfull version of a Titan III rocket, 1/48 scale. 9/23/05 - corrected engines now available.
Model here.


5/10
Ton has also created a model of the DC-X the experimental VTVL rocket. Nice beginner build.
Model here.


3/10
New to designing models, Mike B has made an incredible LUT Tower. At 1:480 scale, he has accomplished what many before him have not. Thanks Mike!!
Model here.


3/10
Ton redid this Hubble model, and I added some color to it. hope its better than the Nasa orginal:
Model here.


4/10
New to designing rockets is Ferdinando with his Sprint anti-balistic missile. 0 to Mach 10 in 5 seconds pulling 100Gs. Not Human rated ;) Wonderful first model.
Model here.


2/10
Ferdinando has now released his second ICBM, the Hibex.
Model here.


2/10
John D. has submitted a great beginners model of the X-34. Enjoy!!!

Model here.


3/10
Justin M, has graciously supplied us with a brilliant model of the X-37B spacecraft. Thanks again Justin. Enjoy!!!

Model here.


4/10
the first operational part of the new moon effort will be the orion spacecraft. here is the lastest concept drawing model from Ton.

Model here


3/10
Ton now has updated the Orion spacecraft incorporating the latest in updates to the design. Thanks again Ton!!!!
Model here


3/10
ok, I just love this one as I always like models geared to the beginners. This is the ARES proposed rocket as envisioned by John J. geared for the less experienced builder. Enjoy!
Model here


3/10
this is the ares stomp rocket, the directions for the launcher are also included. Thanks again John J.!!!
Model here


3/10, 7/10


John J. and Mike B. have collaborated to bring you more in the stomp rocket series. Keep up the good work gentlemen.
Models here


3/10, 7/10

Mike B. has now released his second set of tutorial rockets
Models here


3/10

John J. has added a falcon X stomp rocket from Space x
Models here


3/10
Test rockets for the manned space programs begin with Little Joe Rockets. The new moon mission is no different. Thanks Ton...
And also with the Orion rocket!!!
Model here


3/10
Ton's now challenges the advanced model maker with the Voyager probes from the 1970's.

Model here


7/10
John J. has now made his own version of the Voyager Outer-galactic spacecraft at 1:48. This one is a bit easier than Ton's version yet still well detailed.

Model here


5/10
Ton's has now released an early design of his, the Pioneer 10 and 11 spacecraft, in scale 1:24 and 1:48.

Model here


5/10
Eric has joined our little cast of players and is proud to release a lifting body based on the Estes glider series. I have also included an alternate paint scheme for the larger version. this is a great beginner model.

Model here


3/10
John J. felt that the Soho spacecraft needed a little tweaking, and has presented for your enjoyment and education this great model and writeup of this spacecraft that is currently studying the Sun.

Model here


4/10
John J. would also like to share his version of the Magellan space probe (and stack) in 1:48 with the modelling community here at LHVCC-egiftshop.
Thanks again John!!

Model here


4/10
John J. is not sitting idle. Here is his version of the mars reconnaissance orbiter in 1:48. Thanks John!
Thanks again John!!

Model here


5/10
Newcomer to the center, but not to the Modelling world Christoph has started a papercraft site of his own, and among the first two models is the Douglas F5D Skylancer, a prototype delta-wing fighter, flown by Neil Armstrong, which was used by NASA as a test and Chase Aircraft in many Projects, including the DynaSoar- , the lifting body- and the supersonic transport program.

Please check out Christoph's website at:
http://www.hoxity.de/papercraft

Model here


4/10
The James Web Space telescope by John J. Another fine addition to our space collection here at LHVCC.

Model here


4/10
There is no keeping a good man down. John J now has made available a wonderfull model from the early Moon Space race, the Ranger lunar Probe.

Model here


4/10
John J also models more contemporary craft as well. Here is the Lunar Prospector Probe to the moon from 1998.

Model here


4/10
John J now presents his model version of the Lunar Orbiter in both 1:48 and 1:24

Model here


4/10
John J's LRO-LCROSS stack in 1:48 Thanks John!

Model here


4/10
John J's Clementine satellite in 1:48 Thanks again John!

Model here


4/10
And not to be forgotten John J's Hilten in 1:48 and 1:24

Model here


4/10
Ok this is big I mean real big. Its a model of the ISS in 1:40 scale. That means you need an area 8' x 6' x 5' to display it. John J has made this incredible model available now. There is also a 1:80 version for those of you who only want the 2nd biggest model of the LHVCC's collection.

Model here


9+/10
Here is John J's version of the Mariner 10 Probe to Mercury in 1:24 scale.

Model here


4/10
John J's has also made availbe his model of the Solar Probe. Thanks John!

Model here


4/10
And John is on a roll. Here is SPaceX F9 rocket as well.

Model here


4/10
The Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer is designed to cover broad areas of the sky to both cue the planet-finders like Kepler and the James Webb Space Telescope as well as to spot asteroids. It's part of the first line of planetary defense, finding the earth-crossing asteroids that are potential planet killers. John J has proudly modeled this in 1:24 scale.

Model here


5/10
The Cassini-Huygens spacecraft was launched from Earth on October 15, 1997. Huygens separated from the Cassini orbiter on December 25, 2004, and landed on Titan on January 14, 2005. John J has put together a wonderful model of this Lander that actually returned photographs of the surface of the moon Titan orbitting Saturn.

Model here


5/10
Before Spirit and Opportunity, there was another mars rover that was very successful. It was Sojourner. This little rover (about the size of a suitcase) This little proved the ability to have a mobile vehicle on mars. Thanks goes out to John J for making this model available.

Model here


5/10
The Sojourner rover could not communicate directly with the Earth. It relied on the Sagan Station to transmit and recieve information. Here is the station to go with the Soujourner rover. Thanks John J!!!

Model here


6/10
John J brings the COBE satelite to life in this paper model.

Model here


5/10
John J also is releasing the WMAP probe. Thanks John!

Model here


5/10
John J Now has created the IBEX solar telescope satellite. Good work John!

Model here


4/10
Thorsten B. has made this excellent rendition of an Shuttle Astronaut in 1:48 scale to go with the big rockets. This is a brillant model to demonstrate the scale of rockets. good luck to all that will print it at 50% to go with there 1:96 scale collection...

Model here


8/10
John J. would like to present his mars sciencel lab for your enjoyment. Thanks JJ!

Model here


5/10
Here's an unusual addition to the shuttle collection. the Pathfinder shuttle was a wood and steel full size mock-up of the shuttle used to test doorways and roads that the real shuttle would have to travel. Joe P. has done a wonderful job of realizing this piece of Nasa Harware as a paper model.

Model here


3/10
And without any further delay, I now present to you John J's Juno Spacecraft in 1:24 scale. For those of you who want 1:48 scale, print with the option "4 pages to a sheet". Now for the question, why 4 to a sheet and not 2???

Model here

Special update!!!

Jasper has updated this model with more detail Thanks Jasper! (I love when people make a great model even better...)
Model here

5/10
John J now has released the Taurus II rocket from private rocket company Orbital. The next generation of USA Rockets might very well be from private companies and not NASA.

Model here


4/10
Brian G, new to papermodeling in general, has gotten very creative with our models here at the egiftshop and kitbashed a few of our kits into the new NASA SLS launch vehicle. I submit for your review, (and possible updates,) the instructions on how to kitbash parts of several models that are available here to make the new launcher. Thanks Brian!

Model here


7/10
John J by special reqest has put together the Mars Science Laboratory in its cruise configuration. Thanks John.

Model here


4/10
John J is sharing his design for the the solar dynamics Observatory satellite. Thanks again John.

Model here


5/10
John J's third installment for the mars science lab. The skycrane. Who is going to be the first to make a kick-a** diorama??? Thanks John.

Model here


5/10
John J's has redone the curiosity rover in two scales, 1:12 as well as 1:24. Alternate undercarriage assemblies, extra detailing, and some simplification for younger builders. Once again John, we find ourselves in debt to your generosity.

Model here


4-6/10
John J's has created the new falcon 9 privately funded rocket. This model is brought to you in living color in 1:100 scale!!!!

Model here


5/10
John J's shows no sign of slowing his creative elements and we proudly host his latest model the cubesat nano spacecraft. This is also a model done for the first time, in full 1:1 scale. This is an actual spacecraft design to be sent on interstellar missions.

Model here


4/10
John J's really stepped up his textures on this model of the GAIA ESA billion star telescope. At 1:50 scale.

Model here


4/10
John J's model of the comet chaser and lander rosetta and philae At 1:40 scale. Brilliant mission, beautiful model.

Model here


6/10
Paul N. sent in this wonderful beginners model of the AmSat OSCAR 40 amateur radio satellite. thank you Paul!

Model here


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