SLAMOVNIK989

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About SLAMOVNIK989

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  • Location K.S.S. Kerbitz - Aircraft Carrier near North Pole
  • Interests Kerbal N.A.V.Y - General Admiral

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  1. Kerbal Long-Range SSTO Championship.

    Well, there may be multiple people able to do this, if that will happen, Number of experiments done will determine winner. Which means, no, you do not automaticly winning when you land on every body in KSP, it also depents on number of crew reports, science experiments, cargo transfers and surface samples you take/perform/send.
  2. Kerbal Long-Range SSTO Championship.

    Albums of Spaceplanes at multiple phases of flight, including Takeoff, orbits, landings, science experiments performing is also an option to prove long-range abilities of your spaceplanes, Answer is yes, it is acceptable.
  3. Hello Kerbonauts, My name is SLAMOVNIK989 and I am declaring Long-Range SSTO Championship, where best of the best SSTOs will compete, which can fly the biggest distance possible. Rules: Only Stock parts allowed, to be fair. No Cheats or Mods (Delta-V calculation and flight status mods allowed only) are allowed. Video of entire flight of vessel must be published on YouTube with public access to viewers. There are 3 categories: NRF (No Refuel), OPRF (Outpost Refuel), MRF (Mining Refuel). Spaceplane must takeoff horizontally, cannot use engines larger than 2.5 meters in diameter and must return back to Kerbin. Interplanetary transfers allowed. Rating System: Transfer to Mun/Minmus from Kerbin: 80 points; Transfer to Eve/Moho and/or their satellites from Kerbin: 150 points; Transfer to Duna from Kerbin: 300 points; Transfer to Jool and/or its satellites: 800 points; any other Transfer: 300 points; Landing on any surface of Planet or its satellites, that is not Kerbin: 250 points; Taking Surface Sample/ Performing any science experiment at orbit/surface of any planet or its satellite that is not Kerbin: 100 points; Crew Report/Transfer of experiments/Reports to Kerbin: 50 points; Returning to Kerbin with plane weight higher than during takeoff: 150 points; Orbital Transfer from Jool to Moho or opposite: 1200 points Obtainable awards: Lightest spaceplane - 300 points bonus; Heaviest airplane - 200 points bonus; 1 engine type only spaceplane - 500 points bonus; 1 circle around planet with atmosphere - 250 points bonus (this award can stack); Cargo/Fuel supplier - 300 points (this award can stack); Cargo/Fuel dropper - 500 points (this award can stack); Expert of Failure Flight/Landing - Fly or Land an airplane while damaged or any of system failed - 600 points; Orbital Cargo Deployer: 400 points (this award can stack) Note to awards: Cargo or Fuel must be transfered to Space Station, or land at distance of 300 meters max from Surface Outpost/Base. Good luck during building and flying and all the best, Admiral SLAMOVNIK989.
  4. Space Race

    Actually, I think that this mission/challenge can be even done with 1 vehicle only. And everyone tried to do it with rocket, and what is more efficient, spaceplane or rocket? I think it is spaceplane, so expect big spaceplane, which will make it to both Mun and Minmus in just one, and really, one launch. It seems to be Mission Impossible, but, with great design and engine choosing, it will be way too easy. Signed, SLAMOVNIK989, Admiral of K.S.S. Kerbitz
  5. KSP Multiplayer

    Even Dark MultiPlayer is not that good like I thought. My imaginary of Advanced Multiplayer mode is: Showing all players on server regardless to kerbal time of each player, Easier searching for planes and rockets in craft search.