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  1. Advancing Through Hardships I know that right now, there are multiple folks working on alternate NASA timelines so mine isn't very special. I love writing though and this will be my first post in the mission reports section. Also, if you do follow this post, expect frequent blackouts because of school and Ksp burn-out, which I have been recently trying to fix. This post will be completely stock and will try to make as interesting as possible with non-rocketry chapters thrown into the mix. Also, please comment on this and tell me what you would like to see and also if I wrote something wrong. If I recieve no comments, then I will assume that this post is not meeting its expectations. There will be pictures of the rockets, though I don't know how many pictures, so assume that this not picture orientated. Thank you for your time for reading this post, Plan of Attack. EDIT: I have installed a load of mods, but only because I am playing with a new save that comes in with the later chapters. The early chapters are completely mod free
  2. HI, welcome to the post where you post silly, everyday stuff Enjoy freedom You still want someone to elaborate on this Exactly what the tile says
  3. I know it MAY sound weird, but they are a perfect match. They are the only two badass kerbals, they are both pilots, and are both courageous. it just makes sense to me...
  4. Jô- Today, we are going to talk with Jebediah Kerman, the first kerbal to walk in Laythe and see Jool with his own eyes. So Jebediah how was your trip ? Tell a little for us. Jeb- There it had an amazing view, I really enjoyed the mission, theres just one problem... Jô- What problem ? Jeb- That spent a lot of time, its very difficult to wait, mainly because I was alone Jô- How much time do you expent ? Jeb- 2 years and 73 days, was a lot of time Jô- I agree, in my case, I cant wait too much time, probably I would become crazy. Jeb-Yes, you have to be patient, and have self control Jô- How much money have you earned ? Jeb- I have not earned any money, I did the mission just by the pleasure and fun. Jô- Wow ! Thats amazing, you are very brave and committed, congratulations. Jeb- Thank you Jô- Now, tell for us about the view, how was it ? Jeb- That was amazing, like anything you have never seen. Jô- You never saw anything so green ? Haha Jeb- Yes, Jool is the greenest thing you will ever see. Jô- What abou Laythe, there was like kerbin ? Jeb- Its very similar, except the water, it smells like pee (Laughs) Jô- Someday do you want to return to Laythe Jeb- Yes, and in the next time with more persons, and maybe build a base there, I can talk with Von Kerman to design one. Jô- Ok folks, that was Jebediah Kerman, thank you, and see you next time ! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Jô- Hoje vamos conversar com Jebediah Kerman, o primeiro kerbal a andar em Laythe e ver Jool com os próprios olhos. Então, Jebediah, como foi a sua viagem? Conte um pouco para nós. Jeb-Lá tinha uma vista fantástica, eu realmente gostei da missão, há apenas um problema ... Jô- Que problema? Jeb- Que passou muito tempo, é muito difícil esperar, principalmente porque eu estava sozinho Jô- Quanto tempo você gastou? Jeb- Demorou 2 anos e 73 dias, foi muito tempo Jô- Concordo, no meu caso, não consigo esperar muito tempo, provavelmente me tornaria louco. Jeb-Sim, você tem que ser paciente, e ter auto-controle Jô- Quanto dinheiro você ganhou? Jeb- Eu não ganhei nenhum dinheiro, eu fiz a missão apenas pelo prazer e diversão. Jô- Uau! Isso é incrível, você é muito corajoso e comprometido, parabéns. Jeb- Obrigado Jô- Agora, diga para nós sobre a vista, como foi? Jeb- foi incrível, é uma coisa como você nunca verá Jô- Você nunca viu nada tão verde? Haha Jeb- Sim, Jool é a coisa mais verde que você jamais verá. Jô- Quanto a Laythe, lá é como kerbin? Jeb- É muito semelhante, exceto a água, ela tem cheiro de xixi (Risos) Jô- Algum dia você quer voltar para Laythe ? Jeb- Sim, e na próxima vez com mais pessoas, e talvez construir uma base lá, eu posso conversar com Von Kerman para projetar uma. Jô- Ok gente, esse foi Jebediah Kerman, obrigado, e te vejo na próxima vez !
  5. Does anyone know if there is a MJ release available, or in the works for 1.2?
  6. Let's forget about bugs and have fun for a while. 1) You forgot to check 'crossfeed' somewhere. 2) Your rocket comes with instructions on which way to lean on the controls to balance each stage. 3) Your rocket comes with instructions on which way the pilot must lean to balance each stage. 4) The last stage fires first. 5) SRB's are used as decouplers
  7. KerSpace KerSpace was founded in 1964 to conquer space as a company. After trying to build their own parts, the troubled Kerbals decided to outsource their parts. In 1971 they were able to launch their first rockets with crew on. First was the A-1. Before making their first manned launches KerSpace was not well known. Only a few suppliers gave them parts. The A-1 rocket in the VAB before launch. (Lansley Kerman) The launch of the rocket was observed on March 21, 1971 from a newly built facility. Jebediah Kerman was in the rocket's lone capsule. "It was astonishing. I could see the facilities from my window and from the two camera feeds." A new view of the Mun from the A-1. (Jebediah Kerman) This flight made huge publicity for the company and now many sponsors were offering parts. They took many and were able to create a multi stage rocket. That's coming soon. For now this is all we have. As the Kerbals say, Söídà!
  8. Hello Kerbonauts! Today I am starting an expedition to Eve! I first sent up the Original Four up, each on a separate rocket (because reasons). I really want to post pics, but I can't get image uploading to work :(. Could someone tell me how they do it? Anyhow, they're transfer burns are complete, and they're heading for Eve!