This object was made in Tinkercad. https://www.tinkercad.com/things/7wJviKBGNdD
This model was designed for the Tinkercad Dream Factory challenge. I have included two files. The AerospaceAlienPrint.stl configures each component of the design for easy printing.
Here is the story for this challenge!
It was 3:14 PM in Buddyland. The countdown began. In 143 seconds, the bravest alien astronaut, Captain Zippy Duster, would make history by test flying the most innovative spacecraft of 3018 AD. The Galaga X looked plain. However, its powerful engines, streamlined exterior, and unbreakable frame allowed it to fly at nearly Mach 150, 150 times the speed of sound. Most of the attention was on Captain Duster, but behind the scenes, hundreds of others were making the adventure possible. Perhaps the most important team member was Rocky Sky. He had spent countless hours designing, testing, and redesigning prototypes for the Galaga X. Finally, he landed on the perfect design, and, after approval from his colleagues, prepared the rocket for launch day. Now, at 3:14, each second seemed an hour. Rocky held his breath. 5...4...3...2...1...Blast off! The rocket shot into the sky. With a relieved smile, he then waited for the speed readings. Mach 6, Mach 25, Mach 54, Mach 63, Mach 102, Mach 124, Mach 145. Was Mach 150 possible? "Buddyland!" It was Captain Duster on the radio. "We have reached Mach 150!" Cheers erupted. Two weeks later, Rocky was announced the Aerospace Engineer of the Year. He didn't stop his work though. He continued to design bigger, faster, and better space ships for Buddyland. Rocky Sky was a Buddyland hero!