The Aft exit cone...
As opposed to the forward one?
Last week NASA finally issued an update on the SpaceX Crew Dragon anomaly while Northrop Grumman enjoyed one all of its very own. Northrop Grumman 'successfully' complete rocket test. Bits fly off the fiery end Northrop Grumman experienced "something strange" with the nozzle of the CASTOR 600 first stage of its upcoming OmegA …
No, but I can't recall how much of the combustion chamber is considered part of the nozzle - or whether the initial flare is a different shape and therefore a different construction to the bottom section which is easily described as bell^Hcone shaped.
I'm having to make some mental gymnastics to justify it though...
A forward exit cone: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13qeX98tAS8&t=2m18s
Explosion icon because... well...
We use a lot of foamcore where I work. There's been a large piece of black foamcore, leaning up against the wall in the main corridor for a while. Some wag has stuck a post-it note with "TMA-1" on it.
(Dimensions of the foamcore are not 1:4:9, though...)
Where's the "obelisk icon?
Copy of The Sentinel in the pocket...
Not quite. Not "from". The instruction was: "Flight, try SCE to Aux."
i.e. Set the Signal Conditioning Electronics (SCE) power supply from normal power (NORM) to use Auxilary Power (AUX) instead.
So it's not "from" SCE to Aux. It's just: SCE to Aux.
But still, full points for including the Apollo 12 reference.
Ref: http://tryscetoaux.com/ for complete details.
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