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Radar and forward detector tubes.
Fuselage skin refrigeration unit.
Oxygen and air recycling units.
Living accomodation with fold-away bunks, etc.
Entry hatch to pod overhead gallery (not shown here).
Two-man lift to floor-level pod door.
Observation windows with mounted TV scanners.
Two forward vtol rockets (port shown).
Armoury' of cutting tools and drills, lasers, thermic lances, etc.
Forward fuel tanks (vtol fuel).
Hydraulic gear in airflow fairing.
Twin-boom fuselage of great strength; when pod is in flying position, the weight increase
is offset by the increased lift given by the aerofoil shape of the fuselage.
Primary heat exchanger; liquid metal from atomic pile superheats rammed air.
Split duct bypassing rear hydraulic housing.
Re-heat secondary heat exchanger.
Booster rocket used in emergency and for angle launch.
Four turbo jets providing power at cruising speed are housed in 'tailplane' together with their auxiliary equipment.
Magnetic bolts, solenoid actuated, engage pod flange to lock on for flying.
Ram-air turbine gives emergency electrical power.
Atomic pile in lightweight shielding; supplies heat to jet exchangers and turbo electric generators.
Two rear vtol rockets (starboard shown).
Hydraulic legs raise main fuselage clear of pod for unloading operations.
Equipment for fuelling, maintenance and electronic checking of rescue gear.
Inner stressed wall gives great strength to light frame and outer skin.
Sliding hatch to inspection pit.
Inspection spot light and oxygen cylinders.
Door giving access to lift when in flying position.
Pod door lowers to form ramp.
Mobile rescue equipment leaving pod.
Technical specifications published originally in British Annual,
later reprinted in Dutch
Albert Heyn Codes
Elevations published originally in Thunderbirds model sheet, later reprinted in Dutch Albert Heyn Codes