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  1. In the early days of the space agency, the key to the success of the program was the early rocket and satellite development, that showed the program was capable of building and launching rockets and satellites from the space centers. In this modded career mode playthrough of KSP, I follow a set of rules. Listed below. 1. All uncrewed flights must use kOS. 2. All crewed flights of any vehicle must be livestreamed. (Will be livestreamed on my discord server, link below.) 3. All crewed flights, unless under specific conditions, cannot use time warp in any way. 4. All crewed flights must be IVA on
  2. In this episode, I go into a deep analysis of the potential ways that the Minmus Flats formed.
  3. The Culvers Minmus Program was a Space Program set up to establish the origins of the Minmus flats. (Although conspiracy theorists believe that it was a ploy by big icecream to discover if Minmus is made of Icecream, and then when they discovered it wasn't, they sent the probe and declared the crewed missions unsuccessful). It involved a single flight of a crewed mission, which hoped to gather surface samples to see if they could possibly peel back the curtain to the orgins of the incredible feature of Minmus, but with the astronauts strong desires to eat, instead of examine and study the samp
  4. Have you ever looked at the massive craters on the Mun, and thought, "I wonder how they formed?" Have you ever wondered how you would even answer that question? Well wonder no longer, I have taken the liberty of answering the question that nobody wanted the answer too, and gone out to explore the surface of the Mun in order to discover the origins of it's 7 large craters.
  5. I appreciate the offer, but I am going to be doing the narration myself. I know my voicework isn't the best, but I can't afford to hire a voice actor at the moment, and I feel my channel is too small for that right now.
  6. I have started to become curious about the geology of the solar system in KSP. Wondering how the most striking formations, such as the large craters on Mun, or the Valleys on Minmus, have formed. So in an effort to find these answers, I am starting a YouTube series where I am going to be exploring the solar system with the express purpose of finding these answers. Come join me, as I send my Kerbals out to find the origins of some of the most incredible features on some of your favorite planets in the Kerbin System.
  7. I wanted to share my complete series for KSP Made Easy. I want to help new playere start a science mode playthrough and teach them the techniques and skills ive gained after years of ksp. This series teaches new players how to build their first rockets, their first aircraft. Their first flight to mun, and minmus orbit, their first space station and their first mun and minmus landing. I wanted to make sure that there was a fresh tutorial for ksp, as I know the steep learning curve required. In this series, I do my best to not use complicated terms, explain everything the best I can, and show yo
  8. Landing on the Mun is one of the first big steps for a KSP player. Being able to do so will often require you to use all the skills you acquired while starting out your game, and requires for you to use some new skills as well. Join me, as I simplify the process, and show you the easiest way to land on Mun safely, and return safely to Kerbin. Let me know in the comments of the video that you came from the KSP forums, and if this helped you out at all.
  9. In preparation of launching the final episode of KSP Made Easy on my YouTube channel, and to continue to spread the word about my tutorial series, I wanted to share the complete playlists for new players. In this series, I assist you in starting a brand new science mode game, and show you how to design and build some of your first rockets, aircraft, space stations, and deep space exploration vessels. While not perfect, it is a great starting point for new players to help them learn the basics of KSP, and show them the easiest way to send their brave Astronauts out into the Solar System, a
  10. In this episode of KSP made easy, I have made a simple tutorial on how to build, launch, and deliver crew to an orbiting laboratory. Show me your designs for orbital taxis, and launch vehicles in the comments below.
  11. In this third episode of my series KSP made easy, I teach new players how to use the maneuver planning tools, and how to fly to the Mun, and Minmus and back safely, and gather as much science as possible while doing it.
  12. In a continuation of my KSP tutorial series, I have made the second episode about the lower level aircraft. How I build them, and how to fly them. I hope this helps everyone out with where they where having trouble.
  13. I have taken it upon myself to try and produce a new fresh tutorial, starting from the beginning of the game for KSP, in order to help new players get started in the game, I plan on continuing this series, to help new players get the hang of the game. If any experienced players and video makers want to help me get better at making these videos, please let me know, and I encourage you to share it with any new players who might be needing help to get started. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sv1uyPJyM5g
  14. The LKO CTV (Low Kerbin Orbit Crew Transport Vehicle) was the workhorse for my space program for the longest time. It was a 3 crew spaceplane designed, launched atop a Mainsail powered launch vehicle. The small vessel was limited in it's orbital capabilities, but limitless in it's utility. While not used to it's full potential, the LKO CTV was used to transport crews to and from the Exploration, where the crew would perform experiments on themselves and for scientists down on Kerbin, that advanced the space program to the place where it is today. While the work on the station is not complete,
  15. So I wanted to share the YouTube video which has some segments that I remembered to record from the stream, including the descent and landing, and the docking of the Ascent Stage to the CMSM. It's a bit of a long video, so i understand if you don't watch the whole thing. But in the comments I will have put a time stamp of the actual bits from the live stream. Another announcement. I have decided to carry on the momentum of this stream, and attempt another one. At the current moment I do not know when I will be able to actually do it, but I plan doing a mission to a smal
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