Congrats on realising how awesome this game is! Here's one of my mission profiles: I wanted to go to the Mun. Why? Just cause! It's so easy for me at this point and I wanted to get some screenshots. Also, my cousin was at my place at the day and I figured the Mun mission would be a quick and painless one. I was wrong. I make the lander, transfer stage and all that jazz and put a bloody great asparagus staging launch stage. I take off. When the outermost tanks ran out of fuel I ditched them, of course. Everything going to plan. But wait! This is KSP! It's not a successful mission if your outer fuel tanks don't crash into your middle one! So I'm 20 km above Kerbin, with two wobbly engines and a full middle tank of fuel. What do I do? Press Esc and revert to launch? Nope.jpg. I turn 45 degrees East and start burning and picking up horizontal velocity. But tutrakan4e, wasn't the central fuel tank full of fuel? I hear you ask. Yes, it was. What did I do? I started pumping fuel around the tanks while burning with super wobbly engines aiming for orbit. And I got in orbit with tons of fuel left. I pressed M. [Genericcousinname], you know how I told you we were going for the Moon? Well, change of plans. I set up a maneuver node and burned, timewarped, landed on the red planet and got in orbit. A bit too optimistic there. I can't get back. If only I had a transfer stage in orbit around Duna... Oh wait, I did. I launched an unmanned probe which consisted of RCS tanks and thrusters, a probe core and power. Also, it had 2 ARMs on the sides. I used it as a makeshift docking port. Why didn't I just pump the fuel to the lander and used the landing engine to go back to Kerbin? Who knows? What I did was use the transfer stage to burn me towards home, of course, wobbling like a... something wobbly, I don't know! This game is awesome.