Booster Frame

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The Booster Frame is the piece mounted to the face of the Booster Tube, often referred to as the "ladder".

The original part was constructed from sections of a rubber floor mat, Dixon Ticonderoga pencils, and likely a piece of masonite for the main frame.

The three "steps" in the middle feature a brick pattern on the surface.

The Booster Frame was held in place on the Booster Tube with a pair of 10-32 socket head cap screws, one of which also anchors the clamp for the Ribbon Cable.