Copyright Richard M. Hungerford

Rocket Science Model


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I, Mike Hungerford, hold the sole copyright to each of my model designs and any images thereof on this site, but hereby grant permission for their free use for any legitimate non-profit purpose, so long as the copyright and attribution included in each model's file(s) remains intact and unmodified.

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I would appreciate receiving copies of any modifications made to my designs, simply for my own enjoyment.

*** PLEASE READ THE ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE PRINTING ***

Please let me know if you find a problem while building this model, or if you enjoyed building it as much as I enjoyed designing it. A photo of your build would also be welcome. You can send me e-mail here: chthulhu@sbcglobal.net


This is a sad-looking rocket taken from a "Far Side" cartoon, which I have named "Rocket Science." The finished model stands less than six inches tall. This is my first attempt to produce an all-vector-based model in .PDF format. Use the "Auto-rotate and center" option in Adobe's Acrobat Reader when printing, and the model should fit either US Letter or A4 size paper.

Ain't gonna fly, Orville. It's time we face reality, my friends. We're not exactly rocket scientists.

Model (206 Kb) Assembly Instructions (3 Kb)

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