New Addition: Electron

Flying Models published its first article about an RC model in December 1950.  The article, written by Norman Rosenstock, featured Norm’s Electron, a model designed and built by Norm in 1949 specifically to meet the needs and abilities of radio control modeling.  Originally controlled via a ground-based transmitter, Norm later designed a hand-held transmitter unit.

The Electron features a streamlined fuselage done in cream and red.
The Electron and hand-held transmitter on exhibit in the Radio Control Technology display. Donated by Norman Rosenstock, 2017.17.



















Norm recently donated both the Electron and the transmitter to the museum.  Thank you, Norm, for helping to grow the museum’s collection!

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