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  1. E kerman was a humble bird research. He lived in a treehouse, was vegan, and even went to laythe that one time to investigate reports of laythe birds (They were caterpillars that had snuck on board the colony ship). One day he was noting down info on birds he was tracking when he saw a bird he hadn't seen in a while, it was SR-73, he had nicknamed it "Yellowbird". He was so shocked that he dropped his binoculars, he then dove to get the binoculars and smashed through the railing. He fell on his back and Swore to himself. He got up and continued watch Yellowbird. Then yellowbird flew down and snatched E's glasses. E got so mad he exploded into a puff of smoke. Bobson kerman - wanting to be the first kerbal on duna
  2. We need at least one song from the mark rober soundtrack in the ksp 2 vab. I was thinking this one
  3. You gotta remember that those ships are carrying the stuff for an entire colony and come from kerbol, a system with the infrastructure of the kerbals. These colonies don't have the resources or infrastructures to build megastructures. Again, I believe that megastructures do not fit the near future theme of KSP 2, large projects like that wouldn't be done when you are colonizing a system, I get you can build large colonies, but that's nowhere near a dyson swarm or Grey goo. Remember, Pilgrims weren't there to build skyscrapers, they were there to start a new civilization.
  4. I think ksp 2 is going for early colonization, meaning these are the first people to visit those place and live there. Large megastructures wouldn't be a thing for the first civilization in a star system. Although they would be cool, I just don't think it fits the ksp 2 idea. The first explorers wouldn't be there to build megastructures, they'd be there to begin civilization somewhere else. Here's a good analogy: The pilgrims didn't come to the new world to build skyscrapers and stadiums, they were there to make a new home.
  5. I had an argument this morning with my friend over whether the speed of light was the actual speed limit of the universe. His argument: Nothing is impossible
  6. One day Trevor was walking down the street when he saw a psychic. He went in and the building looked like a little office. He walked up to the man at the desk and the man said " You'll be hot by a school bus, now get outta my sight!" Tevor walked out of the building and crossed the street without looking both ways, he was hit by a school bus. Tim Kerman - Bringing space down to kerbin for everyday kerbals.
  7. Next mission: Supersonic, maneuverable, jet with a way to eject the cockpit. KEAG developed a plane with a separator to detach the fuselage and a solid rocket motor that can fire the cockpit away from the fuselage. They named it, the phoenix. As it begins flight it seems to angle up faster than what would be preferred, but Jeb quickly corrected his flying quickly and efficiently. Jeb does a test of the plane's maneuverability by yawing right. The phoenix reaches super sonic speeds and Jeb performs a test showing that the jet can do maneuvers at supersonic speeds. Jeb runs the abort test program and the engines have a simulated failure, the system notices this and fires the abort system. The parachutes and deploy and the cockpit lands successfully After more testing the KAF takes the Phoenix and gives it the designation KAF-FJ-10. I will be filming the next missions! Again, if you have an idea, please tell me, I need commercial contracts.
  8. The Kerbal Experimental Aeronautics Group (KEAG) was created to create and test aircraft for the Kerbal Air Force (KAF). The first mission is to build a bomber that can carry at least 7 tons. It must be supersonic capable for quick getaways in enemy air space if things get hairy. Introducing the KEAG-1 "beluga" Jeb sits on the pad, anticipating the flight of the Beluga The beluga hits supersonic speeds The beluga begins experiencing aerodynamic heating I will continue this series and am open to suggestions (Commercial contracts)
  9. Have there been any IRL missions that have had a little extra delta V so the mission did more than it was supposed to?
  10. I want to do realistic probes and have tried Ion engines, but no matter what I do my EC runs out incredibly fast, pls help.
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