• aviationmegastore.com
  • aviationoutletstore.com
  • aviationshopsupplies.com
  • aviationmegatrade.com
  • 737-simulator.com

Public holidays

Amended or confirmed opening hours of the Luchtvaart Hobby Shop in Aalsmeerderbrug on the following dates:
Mo30-03Open 10-18 hrs
Tu31-03Open 10-18 hrs
We01-04Open 10-18 hrs
Th02-04Open 10-18 hrs
Fr03-04Open 10-18 hrs
Sa04-04Open 10-17 hrs
Aviation Megastore website is available without limitations. Orders are processed during shop operating hours.

Frequent buyers programme

Collect Megapoints for Megavouchers
Read the conditions...

Hold & Store service ©

Aviation Megastore offers unique Hold & Store service © for internet customers that wish to combine several individual orders to one single shipment, reducing the overall shipping cost significantly.
Read more...

EMW A-9/A-10/A-11) (bonusmodels also included: Skoda p14, BV MGRP, Fi166, Natter (Anigrand AA-4034)

EMW A-9/A-10/A-11) (bonusmodels also included: Skoda p14, BV MGRP, Fi166, Natter  AA-4034
EMW A-9/A-10/A-11) (bonusmodels also included: Skoda p14, BV MGRP, Fi166, Natter  AA-4034 image 1
EMW A-9/A-10/A-11) (bonusmodels also included: Skoda p14, BV MGRP, Fi166, Natter (Anigrand AA-4034)
€ 55.33
EU: incl. tax € 66.95
 
Specifications
Category:Aircraft Scale Modelling
Subcategory:Aircraft Scale Modelling
Scale:1 : 144
ISBN/Box:AA-4034
Publisher/Brand:Anigrand
Version:resin
Availability:Temporarily Out of Stock.

Click here to be notified when this product becomes available again

Add this product to my wishlist

This product was added to our database on Thursday 9 july 2009.

Share this product
Product description

Category Aircraft Scale Modelling, Subcategory Aircraft Scale Modelling, Scale 1 : 144, ISBN/Box AA-4034, Publisher/Brand Anigrand, Version resin

n 1939, following successes with the A-4 rocket, the von Braun team began thinking of a much more advanced aggregate series as the range of the A-4 was rather limited. One of the projects was the A-9/A-10 which was designed to carry a one-metric-ton payload from bases in France to New York City. The A-9/A-10 was composed of two stages: the winged/manned A-9 upper stage, and the A-10 boost rocket. The A-9 was partially recessed into the nose of the A-10. The thrust motor would burn for 50 seconds, taking the A-9 to 1200 m/s. Then the A-9 would separate and burn its engine, reaching an apogee of 55 km, followed by a long hypersonic glide in the atmosphere. The pilot was to be guided by radio beacons laid by U-boats in the Atlantic Ocean. After reaching the East-coast of America the pilot would lock in the target in an optical sight, then eject for rescue. In late 1944, work on the A-9/A-10 resumed under the code name "Projekt Amerika". Designs beyond the A-9/A-10 were sketched out as well, adding an A-11 stage would have resulted in a true ICBM launcher. However, only a little data is available on the A-11 after the war.



Shopping cart

Your shopping cart is empty.
 

Shop near Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport. LOOK INSIDE !

When in the Netherlands,
visit our shop near
Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport.

Click on the image below for
extended tour.

 

Fly in the B737NG Simulator

cockpit_180px