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Subject: Re: Shipping giant tubular objects
From: Doug Crice dcrice@............
Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2001 17:15:14 -0700


I wasn't totally clear in my suggestion.  I meant that one pallet could
go to Denver, one to SFO, one to LAX, one to St Louis, etc.  Perhaps
even one to Italy and one to New Zealand (those would cost a little
more).  Sooner or later, they're gonna get shipped, why not spread them


Thomas W Leiper wrote:
> On Mon, 30 Apr 2001 16:17:38 -0700 Doug Crice 
> writes:
> > Gentlemen:
> [edited]
> > Standard air freight probably would be the least destructive and is
> > often much cheaper than truck.
> That depends on what booster you use. With their rugged
> SS construction and built in inertial platform these sound like
> they would be perfect for sub-orbital delivery to anybody
> within a thousand miles. The key is to find some surplus
> JATO units and get down some test firings to determine
> trajectory, winds aloft and maximum range.
> Scotty, give me the coordinates.
> Tom
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