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Sebbi Lebga, November 4, 2013
Posted April 18, 2014
Wow! So many episodes.
Posted April 21, 2014
@Zuni: I can't believe it either! Especially, because I've so many ideas for future episodes in mind that I've to write them down in order to schedule them somehow :-)
The flight from Kerbin to Eve is not very long and so is Henler already arriving at Eve to perform some experiments and to prepare his rendezvous with the Moho Probe.
Posted April 23, 2014
The Moho Research Probe is arriving at Eve, too. Now, it's up to Henler to perform a rendezvous maneuver to collect the valuable data gathered during the Moho flyby.
Posted April 25, 2014
The manned Jool Exploration Mission Sirius is finally arriving at Jool and normally a orbit insertion maneuver would be expected. But the arrival aligns with a return window to Kerbin. A decision has to be made!
Posted April 28, 2014
The Duna Constellation crew is happy: their return window to Kerbin has arrived and they can start preparing their long flight back home.
Posted April 30, 2014
The Dres Research Probe is finally arriving at Dres to perform some experiments in the vicinity of Dres.
Posted May 3, 2014
Henler Kerman has a big smile in his face because his return window to Kerbin has arrived.
Posted May 5, 2014
It was a long and very successful mission for the crew of the Duna Constellation. Finally, they're now arriving back home at Kerbin to deliver their research data to the scientists and to take a break from floating in space.
Posted May 7, 2014
Henler Kerman is coming back home from his relative short mission to Eve. Additionally, it's time to land the Duna Constellation Lander back on Kerbin to store this relic in a museum.
Posted May 9, 2014
The Duna Constellation did an amazing job. Unfortunately the technology used in this space craft is already pretty old and needs to be replaced.
Posted May 12, 2014
Sirius, the first Jool mission, is arriving at Kerbin. Unfortunately, the return trajectory has resulted in a very high velocity.
Posted May 14, 2014
In preparation for an upcoming Asteroid Redirect Mission, a mission is launched to capture and deorbit some space debris in LKO. The goal of this mission is to gather useful information about the capture process with the Advanced Grabbing Unit.
Posted May 17, 2014
A new airplane mission is scheduled: Henler Kerman is departing East towards an exciting flight to test out the limits of the newest version of the KSP on wings airplane. Furthermore, a very special launch takes place.
Posted May 19, 2014
Henler's flight goes on. He is still on the go to find out the limits of the newest airplane design. He will suddenly find himself in a very unusual flight configuration.
Posted May 21, 2014
A new use for the well developed Driving Stages has been found: one of them shall be used to capture and asteroid. However, it needs to be refueled before the asteroid arrives in Kerbin's SOI.
Posted May 23, 2014
A second redirect training mission is scheduled: deorbiting space debris around the Mun.
Posted May 26, 2014
The Redirector 1000 is stuck in Mun orbit and needs some fuel to be able to return back to Kerbin. Luckily some fuel is already orbiting around Kerbin and just need to be delivered to the other spacecraft.
Posted May 29, 2014
The targeted asteroid has arrived in the SOI of Kerbin. Unfortunately, it is on a collision course with the planet. This results in a very tight deadline for the space crew.
Posted May 30, 2014
The Redirector 500 crew has attached their spacecraft to the asteroid impacting Kerbin in less than 1 hour. Will they be able to change its trajectory before it is too late?
Posted June 2, 2014
The captured asteroid is currently orbiting around Kerbin. The next task for the crew is now to transfer this giant rock to a Munar orbit.
Posted June 4, 2014
The asteroid is orbiting around the Mun - the Asteroid Redirect Mission was a success. Finally, the crew can return back home to Kerbin.
Posted June 6, 2014
After Space-X has revealed the Dragon 2.0 spacecraft, it's time to test out a propulsive landing in the space program. Additionally, the first Science Station upgrade launches into space.
Posted June 9, 2014
The first hardware upgrade for the Science Station is already in orbit and just needs to be installed.
Posted June 11, 2014
The next step to upgrade the Science Station is to send up a bigger fuel tank to exchange the old refueling station. The only problem: this thing is heavy!
Posted June 13, 2014
Unbelievable, 100 episodes of Kerbal Space Program. In celebration of this event, a small satellite will be launched in a very special way.
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