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What constitutes a 'Kit'?
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All will be revealed in due course. It's actually almost finished (I started it yesterday). It needs a stand and that is proving more of an issue than the object itself.

Clue - it IS space related.


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Eric Mc wrote:
Clue - it IS space related.


"Open the pod bay door HAL" ?

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Forrest Gump playing ping-pong
He was a real spacer wasn't he?

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Clashcityrocker wrote:
Eric Mc wrote:
Clue - it IS space related.


"Open the pod bay door HAL" ?

Nigel


Not a 2001 pod,. However, that sounds like it could be an interesting project. The pack of ping pong balls contained six - so I have five spares. Any other suggestions?


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Sputnik?

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You win.

The 60th Anniversary of the first artificial earth satellite is coming up in a few week's time so I'd like to have it finished by then.


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You win.

The 60th Anniversary of the first artificial earth satellite is coming up in a few week's time so I'd like to have it finished by then.


Yayyyy :party

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Completed Sputnik pictures now in the "Real Space etc" sub-forum if anybody wants to have a look.

http://www.uamf.org.uk/viewforum.php?f=20


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Eric Mc wrote:
Clashcityrocker wrote:
Eric Mc wrote:
Clue - it IS space related.


"Open the pod bay door HAL" ?

Nigel


Not a 2001 pod,. However, that sounds like it could be an interesting project. The pack of ping pong balls contained six - so I have five spares. Any other suggestions?


Number 6 trying to escape and getting caught by the ball :shock:

or Sgt Pinback feeding the alien (Dark Star)

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