Spaceception

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About Spaceception

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  • Location Setting course for Rocheworld
  • Interests Gloria in astra caput
    Lets head to the stars

    Writing, KSP (Duh), Spaceflight (Manned and Unmanned), Astrobiology, Habitable Exoplanets, Interplanetary colonization, Interstellar travel, Stranger things, and Gravity falls.

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  1. The Shadowmasters (May get renamed)

    Really? thanks!
  2. The Shadowmasters (May get renamed)

    Dunno, motivation maybe what do you think?
  3. The Shadowmasters (May get renamed)

    Hey guys! I recently posted a status that I finished the first chapter of a superhero novel (Why do I take on so many projects), for NaNoWriMo next month. Bear in mind, at least the first half of the chapter needs work, but considering that this was written yesterday and finished today, I think it's pretty good. Anyway, tell me what you think In the early 2020s, a biotech company seeks out 4 people to test their new technology on. Yuuto, a teenaged vigilante, Reese, a gifted athlete, Tyrone, a hard working student, and Nolan, a science major. The 4 of them are brought to the company, and given unique abilities, with Yuuto leading them. But after a failed mission which ended with civilians getting killed, Yuuto must get the team properly trained after he finds out about a plot that could kill hundreds. (Will be subject to getting altered in the future) Superhero's are cool
  4. Hey guys it's that time once again for a I'm not dead post.

    I've finished the loose outline and character bios for my superhero novel that I'll be doing in November.

    It's called The Shadowmasters, and as a start, I also finished the 1st chapter, would you guys like to see it? Very early version though, some of it needs to be expanded.

    Blurb: 

    In the early 2020s, a biotech company seeks out 4 people to test their new technology on. Yuuto, a teenaged vigilante, Reese, a gifted athlete, Tyrone, a hard working student, and Nolan, a science major.

    The 4 of them are brought to the company, and given unique abilities, with Yuuto leading them. But after a failed mission which ended with civilians getting killed, Yuuto must get the team properly trained after he finds out about a plot that could kill hundreds.

    (Will be subject to getting altered in the future)

  5. Hey

    @Spaceception, want to do an RO space race thread? I have been racking up expierence over the summer, and my save needs a

    motivation for going to the moon instead of just chilling in LEO.

    1. Spaceception

      Spaceception

      I don't have RO unfortunately. I think @NSEP does though.

    2. NSEP

      NSEP

      Hmmm, maybe i could. 1v1 me in RO man.

    3. LordOfMinecraft99

      LordOfMinecraft99

      Sure, that sounds good @NSEP. What kind of rules, and how will we sync the saves?

  6. SpaceX Discussion Thread

    Ahh, I made a mistake, meant overall. But still awesome!
  7. SpaceX Discussion Thread

    I hope the delays for SpaceX were from increased prioritization on BFR, and not a problem with the capsule.
  8. SpaceX Discussion Thread

    Free return mission? It'd be one hell of a stunt.
  9. Mars Colonization Discussion Thread

    I voted yes, it will have a positive outcome. The technology developed can be reused here. If people are worried about jobs, colonizing a freaking planet should do more than suffice. We'd need more educated people, but I think it would have a positive feedback loop, and science/math would be focused on more, just like during the Apollo era. It could force us to look back on ourselves, and fully realize how small and fragile we really are. Many space missions did that, but the sheer scale of planetary colonization could help even more people care about other people, and Earth more. We have a lot to work on and develop. On top of that, this has never been attempted before, and I will honestly be surprised if there aren't any accidents or deaths in the early days. It won't be easy, there will be slipbacks, possibly many. But we will do it. Hopefully in the next decade or so, it'll begin. Let the era of space go forth
  10. SpaceX Discussion Thread

    It'd be cool PR too. And could give investors more faith in them so they get mo' You know, now that I think about it, since the BFR is supposed to be lighter than their regular rockets, and the Rapter is more powerful/efficient, could the payload mass of the Falcon 9 (maybe heavy) increase at all?
  11. SpaceX Discussion Thread

    I think it has something to do with Nate Ninja'd by @tater
  12. SpaceX Discussion Thread

    I think that would be a great idea, and it'd allow them to test new systems, including using a Raptor in vacuum which could give them a bunch of data for Mars missions as they build the full scaled version.
  13. SpaceX Discussion Thread

    Aww drat.