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  1. You need the reborn branch. https://gitlab.com/ksrss/KSRSS/-/tree/reborn
  2. Are you downloading from the master branch or the release version. The master branch is the correct one
  3. Either remove it or edit the instances configs in STS Locations from 'Earth' -> 'Kerbin'
  4. There is an actual runway now, do you have KSRSS from GitLab? and do you have any other KK instances mods?
  5. Skylab 11 | SLM-10 | STS-14 | February 9-16, 1984 We Have Power! Crew: Commander: Thomas K. Mattingly Pilot: David M. Walker Mission Specialist 1: Ellison S. Onizuka Mission Specialist 2: David C. Leestma Payload Specialist 1: Paul D. Skully-Power Payload Specialist 2: Gary E. Payton Orbiter: OV-099 | Challenger Following Ronald Reagans speech on January 25, 1984 where he said "America has always been greatest when we dared to be great. We can reach for further greatness, we can expand our dreams to distant stars living working in space for peaceful economic and scientific gain. Tonight, I am directing NASA to continue developing Skylab as a science platform and to develop a permanently manned space station for Low Earth Orbit exploration and further, and to do it within a decade after Skylab's lifetime. We want our friends and allies to share in their benefits, NASA will invite other countries to participate so we can strengthen peace, build prosperity, and expand freedom for all who share our goals." NASA is ready to push forwards with Phase 3 and attach the PM (Power Module) to Skylab, the PM built by Lockheed shares identical parts to the upcoming Hubble Space Telescope slated to launch in 1986, the PM will be removed from the Orbiters payload bay by TRS-3 and transported to Skylab where Challenger will dock afterwards and install the last remaining science kits. All of these achievements will allow the refurbished workshop to become fully operational, Shuttle tended, and allow full habitability of 3 crew. The next mission to Skylab, Skylab 12, is scheduled for launch in May 1984 and will resupply the station's TACS fuel. This will be the final mission in Phase 3, after which the program will move on to Phase 4. Phase 4 will consist of several missions, including the installation of a new airlock, modified Spacelab, the use of a short modified Spacelab equipped with a science pallet, and the addition of a thermal shield wrap. These missions are expected to take place between 1985 and 1987. T-25 seconds, sequence now controlling the final seconds. Main engine start! Liftoff of Challenger to Skylab! Roll program complete, now on trajectory with Skylab. Solid Rocket Booster separation MECO Challenger with her payload bay open. Rendezvous burn Skylab arrival TRS undocking TRS approaching Challenger TRS-3 removes PM from Challenger. Soft dock TRS-3 undocks from PM to dock with the alternate docking port on Skylab. Challenger soft docks to Skylab PM solar deploy PM solars fully deployed with TDRS communication antennas deployed. Skylab now in its fully operational configuration. Undocking. Deorbit. Wheel stop! wonderful mission you guys!
  6. Absolute legend, thank you for everything!
  7. The SRB hole is too small so you have to move the pad way too far down which makes the Orbiter too high for the Tail Service Mounts to reach it
  8. Skylab 10 | SLM-9 | TRS-3 | STS-12| - December 17 - 24, 1983 Ending the year with the start of Reuse Phase 3 and the anticipated higher flight rate of 1984 and beyond has many excited about the future of Skylab and the STS program. Today, STS-12 will conduct ATM solar inspections, an EVA to retract the two forward ATM (Apollo Telescope Mount) solar panels which allows clearance for PM deployment on Skylab 11 which is scheduled for launch in February 1984, TRS-3 stow for docking with PM, and system checkouts for future kit installations. Crew: Commander: Robert Crippen Pilot: Francis R. Scobee Mission specialist 1:Terry Hard Mission Specialist 2: Richard Mullane Payload Specialist 1: George Nelson Orbiter: OV-102 | Columbia Launch Pad: LC-39A Coming up on the 30 second mark. We are go for main engine start! Main engine ignition! Liftoff of Columbia! Roll maneuver Throttle down "Solid Rocket Booster separation confirmed" External Tank sep Orbit burn Payload bay opening Columbia resting before Skylab rendezvous Arrival at Skylab "PM deployed, look at her go!" TRS aligned for docking TRS-3 docked to Skylab Approach for docking Columbia docked EVA 2 Solar 1 retract Solar 2 retract Skylab seen with 2 of its solars retracted Luna Columbia undocking Payload bay sealing. Deorbit burn Preparing for reentry "Columbia now approaching Edwards" Gear down "Touchdown!" "Wheel stop! Columbia has finished yet another big mission for Skylab!"
  9. Skylab 9 | SLM-8 | STS-9 | Spacelab-1 - August 23 - 31, 1983 Crew: Commander: John Young Pilot: Robert Gibson Mission Specialist 1 Robert L. Stewart Mission Specialist 2: Owen Garriott Payload Specialist 1: Ulf Merbold Payload Specialist 2: Bryon K. Lichtenberg Orbiter: OV-102 | Columbia Launch pad: LC-39A Columbia is set to start her first normal scheduled stay at Skylab and the final mission of Skylab Reuse Phase 2 with Phase 3 beginning in 1984. During this historical mission, the Columbia crew will carry out Spacelab experiments, three EVAs if possible, ATM solar inspection for the upcoming crew of Skylab 10, and evaluate compatibility with Skylab for the future module planned in Phase 3. Additionally, this will also be the first flight of an ESA astronaut and the reusable laboratory Spacelab which will mark a significant boost in the European space sector. Sadly, this will be John Young's final spaceflight, a true legendary pioneer in our space program. Crew arm retract Go for main engine start Liftoff of STS-9! Roger roll Roll complete Columbia - Houston you are go at throttle up SRB Separation Columbia on trajectory to Skylab ET Sep Payload bay opening revealing Spacelab-1 Newfoundland captured by the crew Rendezvous boost to Skylab Skylab in view photographed by STS-9 Columbia - Houston go with docking Approaching APAS-1 Berthed. First EVA of the program since Skylab 4 ATM inspection Columbia preparing for undocking Undocking Photographs while leaving Skylab Final science instrument deployment Deorbit Reentry Columbia approaching pre final Gear down Touchdown Gear contact. Columbia is home. this was supposed to be posted days ago just thought it was quite boring and put it off for a bit, but I am fine with it now and I hope you guys like it!
  10. Skylab 8 | SLM-7 | STS-6 - June 7 - 12, 1982 Back To Back Crew Commander: Paul J. Weitz Pilot: Rober F. Overmyer Mission Specialist 1: Joseph P. Allen Mission Specialist 2: Norman Thagard Orbiter: OV-099 | Challenger Today, Challenger the sister Orbiter to Columbia is ready for her maiden flight and a back to back Skylab mission, a first since the Apollo days. STS-6 will consist of two main goals with one to deploy TDRS-1 (Tracking and Data Relay Satellite System) which will provide future constant communications with Skylab to NASA compared to the current short communication system that depends on the location of the Orbiter. The second goal will be to deploy SPPT (Solar Panel Prototype) which is a solar panel testbed for the future Power Module built by Lockheed which is nearing completion with launch slated for 1984. Even with the modifications done on Challenger there have been talks stirring up about the possibility to stop painting the External Tank to help with weight reduction after STS-6. Challenger awaiting launch Crew arm retract T-35 Seconds and counting T-10 Liftoff of STS-6! Roger roll Challenger! 25 seconds, roll maneuverer complete Go at throttle up! Solid Rocket Booster separation Burn looking good! SSME Shutdown Clean ET Sep OMS burn Payload bay opens revealing TDRS-1 and SPPT Orbiter payload bay view of PPST and TDRS-1 All systems looking good on IUS and TDRS-1 TDRS-1 Fully erected at 45° angle TDRS has been deployed TDRS-1 will now make its way to GEO Challenger in a rest period after deployment Challenger awaiting SPPT deployment SPPT deployment SPPT fully deployed After successful deployment and data, SPPT will retract SPPT retracting Preparing for deorbit burn OMS ignites for deorbit Re-entry of Challenger Approaching Edwards Wheel stop and the end of Challenger's maiden flight!
  11. Happens to have the same name, this alt history had a different name before and zero inspiration from David
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