Thursday, November 17, 2011

Star Trek`s Galileo II Shuttlecraft - by Joerg Stammen


PhotobucketA shuttlecraft, in the Star Trek fictional universe, is a smaller type of ship, usually capable of atmospheric transport, detachable from a larger starship's shuttlebay. Its role on starships is analogous to the use of naval helicopters on modern warships of the present day, as shuttlecraft often possess their own weapons and intelligence capabilities, and undertake a variety of missions—such as scouting/reconnaissance, search & rescue operations, and on a few rare occasions to fly ahead of the mother ship to provide forward navigational sensory data, map a safe flight path, and to provide course corrections to the mother ship. Most starships have shuttle bays for the launching and docking of shuttles as well as to serve as vehicle hangars, similar to the way large naval ships are often equipped with helicopter pads and aircraft hangars. - Wikipedia


Link: Star.Trek`

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Star Trek - USS Grissom NCC-638 - by Paper Aviation

Star Wars - X-Wing Starfighter - by J. Leslie

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  1. I built this a couple of years ago and it was great fun. Once you know how to do it, it is easy to do it again even better. That is what I'm gonna do during Thanksgiving after the family leaves.....just me, all-you-can-watch-Star Trek on Hulu, a pair of scissors, an exacto, glue and a little patience!

    1. Hello, Scott,

      Thanks for the visit and the nice words. If you want to share your work sending some photos, will be a pleasure make a post about it.

      If yes, just send the photos to:

      with some words you want to publish, ok?

      Greetings from Brazil!


  2. Thanks for the excellent modelo.