Michael 4, Genesis 8 Male
Sputnik 1 was the first artificial Earth satellite. It was launched into an elliptical low Earth orbit by the Soviet Union on 4 October 1957 as part of the Soviet space program. It sent a radio signal back to Earth for three weeks before its three silver-zinc batteries ran out. Aerodynamic drag caused it to fall back into the atmosphere on 4 January 1958. It was a polished metal sphere 58 cm (23 in) in diameter with four external radio antennas to broadcast radio pulses. Its radio signal was easily detectable by amateur radio operators, and the 65° orbital inclination made its flight path cover virtually the entire inhabited Earth.
But recently the original plans of sputnik were found, according to which it seems clear that sputnik was originally developed as a single-seat space combat aircraft intended for interplanetary combat and emergency flight in the planetary atmosphere. It was armed with a pair of rapid-fire laser cannons and ten small rockets or torpedoes, three-wheeled landing gear and one rocket engine with a steerable nozzle. However, a mistake was made when redrawing the plans, and instead of a three-meter sphere, in which one cosmonaut, a space combat specialist pilot, was supposed to fit safely, a sphere with a size of only half a meter was made, where the pilot could not fit. Since the error was discovered late in the production process, nothing could be done and Sputnik was launched as a whistling message of peace from the Soviet people to the whole world
What is included:
Poser/Daz ERC figures:
PBR and Specular materials for Poser
Iray Materials for Daz Studio
Silver Ball Variant
Old Relic Variant
Cockpit Point Light (Green, Blue and Orange)
Jet Point Light
Up to 4kx4k and textures suitable for closeups, Unpacked Runtime Size: 90+100 MB.
suitable for animations.Original Design.