V7 Aerospace

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  1. I'd imagine the main problem with using existing missiles to launch payloads on the moon is that being designed to work in atmosphere, the lack of air for control surfaces means that they'd be unable to stay on course. Unless the missile chosen already has some sort of thrust vectoring or such.
  2. So all that rocky debris from the burn poses no threat to any delicate components on the exterior of the spacecraft?
  3. Yeah, I agree. I just hate when I go to a theme park and see people screaming and enjoying themselves on rollercoasters, don't they know we've been operating rollercoasters for over 100 years? /s
  4. Calculate where it'll land, and if it's at sea, send out SpaceX's Mr. Steven to play catch...
  5. As well as the fact that all aircraft apparently have Jericho Trumpets when they do any sort of dive.
  6. It all depends. Obviously the 2950 metric ton Saturn V will not stand on 5 F1 Engines, but model rockets that only weigh a few kg will happily sit on their bells. Gravity as well is a large factor, if you built a strong enough engine bell on a descent stage for a light lunar landing craft, it may well be a suitable alternative to a separate landing gear system.
  7. From the looks of it, there's been some extensive fixes to some memory issues
  8. Well, yes. But I meant what company, group manufacturer etc? Do we know of them yet, or are they already known? but then again in probably giving it too much thought
  9. Fast travel? Accelerates time (equal to time taken to get there) and spawns the Kerbal at the destination.
  10. Who built the stock craft in KSP lore-wise? The space station core's description mentions that it is in the Kerlington craft catalog, but are there other contractors who built other craft? This space station core, assembled by Kerlington contains parts from various other manufacturers. How does this whole system work? I always thought the manufacturers only existed to supply parts for the space program, who would then do the job of constructing craft. But it seems they also provide their own craft, using parts from companies that they haven't collaborated with (at least not confirmed, unlike C7-Rockomax RAPIER). Who built the Learstar? the Kerbal X? The Bug-E-Buggy?
  11. I'm all for wacky dances... as long as we can toggle them off.
  12. I mean even if they were, ground based observers wouldn't really be able to give much warning as it's very hard to spot them and they move so quickly. That's the job of radar, which in the 1940s was still being improved upon.