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Ian Atkinson 16 Oct 17
How many unbooked Delta IIs are left in ULA stock? Asking so I can update the D-II Wikipedia article 🤓
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Tory Bruno
Less than 1. Last 2 complete DIIs are ordered, JPSS is flying next. Most of a 3rd DII’s parts remain in inventory
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Ian Atkinson 17 Oct 17
Replying to @torybruno
Thanks!
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D. Stamos/Helodriver 3 Nov 17
Enough to build out a flyable rocket or put together a museum display? DII is a notable vehicle that deserves recognition.
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Ian Atkinson 3 Nov 17
Replying to @torybruno
Likely not enough to make a flying rocket, but maybe enough for a 'mummified' (just a shell) rocket.
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Michael Baylor 3 Nov 17
They should donate it to the rocket garden.
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D. Stamos/Helodriver 3 Nov 17
Exactly my thoughts if its not going to fly.
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Ian Atkinson 3 Nov 17
Yes, yes, yes!
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Tory Bruno 6 Nov 17
Replying to @IanPineapple
Short a couple parts to fly.
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D. Stamos/Helodriver 14 Nov 17
The last one needs to go to a good home for sure. is a fine looking and venerable rocket.
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Michael Baylor Sep 15
Tory came through! 😄
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Ian Atkinson Sep 15
Honestly that's what I was expecting, either KSCVC or one of the Smithsonians
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Ian Atkinson Sep 15
Maybe we influenced that decision? I demand a cut of all profits! 😄
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D. Stamos/Helodriver Sep 15
This is a great outcome second only to putting them back in production and continuing to fly them.
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Michael Baylor Sep 15
Yep, super excited about this. Cannot wait to see this in person!
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