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Space Shuttle Glider
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National Aeronautics andSpace Administration

Educational Product

Educators& StudentsGrades

5-12EB-2000-08-130-HQ
Educational BriefSpace Shuttle GliderYour Space Shuttle Glider is a scale model of the U.S. Space
Shuttle orbiter. The airplane-like orbiter usually remains in Earth
orbit for up to two weeks at a time. It normally carries a six- to
seven-person crew, which includes the mission commander, pilot,
and several mission and/or payload specialists who have special-
ized training associated with the payloads and experiments being
flown on that mission.
The Space Shuttle system can perform many types of missions.
Some missions may involve deployment, servicing, or retrieval of
payloads such as communication satellites or orbiting observato-
ries. Other missions may carry the pressurized spacelab module
and scientific instruments capable of making astronomical obser-
vations or studying Earth’s changing environment. The Space
Shuttle also transports International Space Station components for
assembly on orbit. At the end of a Shuttle mission, the orbiter ispiloted back to Earth and lands on an airstrip like an airplane. It is
then refurbished so that it can fly another mission.
The orbiter and its engines are just part of the Space Shuttle sys-
tem. The other parts (not modeled here) are the solid rocket
boosters (SRBs) used for launch and the external tank that con-
tains approximately two million items liquid propellant for the three
main Shuttle engines. Almost all of the parts are reusable with the
exception of the external tank that is jettisoned just before the
Shuttle achieves Earth orbit. The ability to reuse equipment sub-
stantially decreases the cost of space operations. During our
Earthbound years we relied on vehicles such as trucks, trains,
boats, and airplanes to provide for all of our transportation needs.
Now that we have expanded our destinations to include Earth
orbit, we can add the Space Shuttle to that list.

Assembly Instructions
Read carefully before assembly.
1.Cut out all parts using scissors.
2.Cut out V-shaped notches on Fuselage to create tabs along
outside edge. Fold tabs out.
3.Glue or tape three Nose Weights to underside of glider
nose. Use the fourth weight provided if needed for extra
trim after assembly.
4.Fold Fuselage along middle line.
5.Starting at the nose, glue or tape fuselage to Deck and Wing
Assembly. Match tabs on Fuselage exactly to those two
halves together using tabs provided.
6.To close the nose, glue or tape the two halves together
using tabs provided.
7.Fold Vertical Stabilizer Assembly. Fold out tabs Aand B.
Except for tabs Aand B, glue or tape Vertical Stabilizer
Assembly to make one solid piece.
8.Attach Vertical Stabilizer to Fuselage, matching tab Awith
point Aand tab B with point B.
Preflight InstructionsFor the best results,launch your glider with agentle level toss. Bend theBody Flap for slightly greaterlift.

Vertical StabilizerAssembly
FuselageDeck and WingAssemblyNose WeightsSpace Shuttle Glider Challenges
Challenge #1—Determine the scale of the glider
Needed:Space Shuttle Glider, metric ruler, and calculator
What To Do: Measure the length of your glider in centimeters. Divide
your answer into the length of the real Space Shuttle orbiter to determi
your glider’s scale. Space Shuttle orbiter length: 3,724 centimeters.

Challenge #2—Glide ratio
Needed: Space Shuttle Glider and tape measure
What To Do: Gently launch the Space Shuttle Glider horizontally from a
measured height above the floor. Measure how far across the floor the
orbiter traveled from the launching point. Determine the glide ratio by)Tj T*[(dividing how far it traveled by the distance it dropped to the floor
.Research the glide ratios of other aircraft such as commercial jets, small
private planes, and sail planes.
Challenge #3—Fishing Line Guidance System
Needed: Space Shuttle Glider, paper clips, nylon fishing line, cellophane

tape, and book
What To Do:
Spread open two paper clips so that they become "S" hooks.
Straighten out the lower end of the S for each hook and attach these
straightened ends to the back of the glider with tape. One clip should be
in the nose and the other in the tail. Tie one end of the fishing line around
the book and set the book on the floor. Stand several meters from the
book and hold the other end of the fishing line about one meter above the
floor. Hook the glider onto the fishing line and let it go. Try to get the
glider to land on the floor without running into the book.
LAUNCHRE-ENTRYAIRSTRIPLANDINGBOOSTER SEPARATIONEXTERNAL TANKSEPARATION ANDORBIT INSERTION
Space ShuttleGliderAssemblyInstructionsON-ORBITOPERATIONS

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VerticalStabilizerAssembly
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Dashed Notches are forReference Only. DO NOT CUT.Vertical StabilizerAssemblyFuselageDeck and WingAssemblyNose WeightsUnited States
Assembly Instructions(Read carefully before assembly.)
1.Cut out all parts using scissors.
2.Cut out V-shaped notches on Fuselage to create tabs along outside edge. Fold tabs out.
3.Glue or tape three Nose Weights to underside of glider nose. Use the fourth weight provided if need-
ed for extra trim after assembly.
4.Fold Fuselage along middle line.
5.Starting at the nose, glue or tape fuselage to Deck and Wing Assembly. Match tabs on Fuselage
exactly to those two halves together using tabs provided.
6.To close the nose, glue or tape the two halves together using tabs provided.
7.Fold Vertical Stabilizer Assembly. Fold out tabs Aand B. Except for tabs Aand B, glue or tape
Vertical Stabilizer Assembly to make one solid piece.
8.Attach Vertical Stabilizer to Fuselage, matching tab Awith point Aand tab B with point B.

Preflight Instructions
For the best results, launch your glider with a gentle level toss. Bend the Body Flap for slightly greater lift.

USA

National Aeronautics and

Space Administration


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