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L2106-3/1 [WEB APPROVED] Rocket motor, liquid fuelled combustion chamber, steel / aluminium wrapped tubes with insulation, included in flight of Dec 26 1928, Robert H Goddard, USA, 1928 (Roswell Acc No: 1958-28-12). Click to enlarge.

Rocket motor on loan from Roswell Museum and Art Center, USA

Made 1928

Rocket motor, liquid fuelled combustion chamber, steel / aluminium wrapped tubes with insulation, included in flight of Dec 26 1928, Robert H Goddard, USA, 1928 (Roswell Acc No: 1958-28-12)

Summary

Object No.

L2106-3/1

Object Statement

Rocket motor, liquid fuelled combustion chamber, steel / aluminium wrapped tubes with insulation, included in flight of Dec 26 1928, Robert H Goddard, USA, 1928 (Roswell Acc No: 1958-28-12)

Physical Description

Rocket motor, liquid fuelled combustion chamber, steel / aluminium wrapped tubes with insulation, included in flight of Dec 26 1928, Robert H Goddard, USA, 1928 (Roswell Acc No: 1958-28-12)

Dimensions

Height

990 mm

Width

380 mm

Depth

350 mm

Production

Made

1928

Cite this Object

Harvard

Rocket motor on loan from Roswell Museum and Art Center, USA 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 28 January 2020, <https://ma.as/267220>

Wikipedia

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This object is currently on display in Space at the Powerhouse Museum.

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