Delta IV Medium (Delta 9040)
Delta IV is an active expendable launch system in the Delta rocket family. Final assembly is completed at the launch site by ULA. The rockets were designed to launch payloads into orbit for the United States Air Force Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) program and commercial satellite business.
Delta IV rockets are available in five versions: Medium, Medium+ (4,2), Medium+ (5,2), Medium+ (5,4), and Heavy, which are tailored to suit specific payload size and weight ranges. Delta IV was primarily designed to satisfy the needs of the U.S. military.
The Aerojet Rocketdyne (formerly Rocketdyne and later Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne) RS-68 (Rocket System 68) is a liquid-fuel rocket engine that uses liquid hydrogen (LH2) and liquid oxygen (LOX) as propellants in a gas-generator power cycle. It is the largest hydrogen-fueled engine in the world.
The models of these motors are moderate to high level of detail, minus the various sensors and tubing to support the sensors, valves, or screws.
This is a high quality model with most of the exterior components and details present. The fuselage of the rocket and common booster cores are separate pieces that can be modified and textured, rearranged, or deleted. All modeling dimensions were built in scale. Some of the basic interior structures are present, fuel tanks, second stage module, and payload area. The actual GOES satellite is not included.
The mapping is very basic, and only applies to the payload fairing of the rocket, thus changing the livery and logo scheme will be easy. This mapping is 4000x4000 pixels on size.