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  1. Mission 203: Negi Star Mk2 flight 03 Theoler, Tati, Pepe, Nedine, Sianna, and Danxie - the final crew to the Duna system Y59, D45 (launch) Mission 204: Tachi Maru flight 06 (part 1) The final journey of the Tachi Maru, headed to Ike Y59, D64 (Tachi Maru Kerbin -> Duna [Ike]) Y59, D361 (Tachi Maru estimated Ike insertion)
  2. Y58, D165 - Negi Maru in Moho orbit Y58, D166 - First Kerbals on Moho (Calble, Nedsted, Keldos, Haddon, Lisgee, Newmore) (Eilya, Dudo, Dozor, Genelorf, Philbo, and Tedul)
  3. Mission 202: Project DIVA X / Negi Maru flight 04 (Part 1, Part 2) Designing Interplanetary Vehicle Architecture with eXtreme-efficiency propulsion. The first crewed Moho mission, with 12 Kerbals. Y58, D76 (Negi Maru Kerbin -> Moho) Y58, D165 (Negi Maru Moho insertion) Y58, D166 (Moho Rabbit 1 and 2 landings) Entering Moho orbit
  4. It's the best I could do in one burn (instead of a separate transfer and plane change)
  5. Redoing the missions. Mission 201: Negi Star Mk2 flight 02 Calble, Nedsted, Eilya, Dudo, Keldos, Haddon, Dozor, Genelorf, Lisgee, Newmore, Philbo, and Tedul Kerman will become the first to visit Moho. Y58, D55 (launch) RTGs were installed on the Moho landers to provide power during the very long nights. Mission 202: Project DIVA X / Negi Maru flight 04 (Part 1, Part 2) Designing Interplanetary Vehicle Architecture with eXtreme-efficiency propulsion. The first crewed Moho mission, with 12 Kerbals. Y58, D76 (Negi Maru Kerbin -> Moho) Y58, D165 (scheduled Negi Maru Moho insertion)
  6. I made a huge mistake: I didn't realize that Moho's day length was in fact, similar to its real life counterpart (in that it is really long). And I only brought solar panels for the lander, not RTGs. I will probably have to redo some of the missions.
  7. (Not canon anymore) Mission 200: Moho Rabbit 1 + 2 Two landers for the first crewed Moho expedition (42708 kg) Y58, D35 (launch) Mission 201: Negi Star Mk2 flight 02 Calble, Nedsted, Eilya, Dudo, Keldos, Haddon, Dozor, Genelorf, Lisgee, Newmore, Philbo, and Tedul Kerman will become the first to visit Moho. Y58, D55 (launch) The shuttle was left in LKO afterwards. Mission 202: Project DIVA X / Negi Maru flight 04 (Part 1) Designing Interplanetary Vehicle Architecture with eXtreme-efficiency propulsion. The first crewed Moho mission, with 12 Kerbals. Y58, D76 (Negi Maru Kerbin -> Moho) Y58, D165 (scheduled Negi Maru Moho insertion)
  8. It was a figure of speech, similar to the Great Galactic Ghoul.
  9. Y57, D410 - The interplanetary exploration flagship Negi Maru has been upgraded with nuclear lightbulb engines (from Atomic Age, revived as part of SpaceTux Industries Recycled Parts). These engines have a specific impulse of 1500 seconds. Two propulsion modules provide the Negi Maru with over 15000 m/s of delta-v, allowing the vehicle to visit destinations like Moho, or the more distant outer planets (Urlum, Neidon, and Plock) in a reasonable timeframe. This is the original version, constructed in Year 33. It has visited Dres, Jool, and Sarnus.
  10. Mission 198: Negi Maru Append propulsion module 1 Mission 199: Negi Maru Append propulsion module 2 The Negi Maru was augmented with a new engine technology: the CCGC-7 Nuclear Lightbulb (part of Atomic Age, revived as part of SpaceTux Industries Recycled Parts). It is a closed-cycle gas core nuclear engine with a 1500-second specific impulse (compared to 800 seconds). Two propulsion modules provide the Negi Maru with over 15000 m/s of delta-v, allowing the vehicle to visit destinations like Moho, or the more distant outer planets (Urlum, Neidon, and Plock) in a reasonable timeframe. Mass (each): 112500 kg Launch vehicle: K-2 Total mass of Negi Maru Append: 411329 kg Y57, D390 (launch 1) Y57, D410 (launch 2) Negi Maru being refueled by the WiM-13 miner/tanker - the engine module is detached Launch of the first propulsion module Upgrade complete
  11. Mission 196: Iwaki Base modules 03+04+05 (MIKU-28+29+30) Mission 197: Nozomi Maru flight 06 Y57, D1 (Ike modules launch) Y57, D17 (Nozomi Maru Kerbin -> Duna) Y57, D353 (Nozomi Maru Ike insertion) Y57, D355 (Iwaki Base assembly completed) Final modules of the Ike Base Meanwhile: Y56, D362 (Tachi Maru Duna -> Kerbin) Y57, D270 (Tachi Maru Kerbin insertion)
  12. Y56, D390 - Test flight of the Negi Star Mk2 reusable crew shuttle. It is the successor to the Negi Star spaceplane used for several decades.
  13. Mission 195: Negi Star Mk2 flight 01 After several decades, the successor to the Negi Star spaceplane is introduced. The Negi Star Mk2 doubles crew capacity from 8 to 16, and is powered by four aerospikes. It also conducts a ballistic re-entry and vertical landing using airbrakes and parachutes instead of gliding to a runway. The ship functions as a second stage, and launch system is now fully reusable for trips to the 500 km parking orbit. (Legs from Kerbal Reusability Expansion) Mass: 73465 kg Launch vehicle: K-1b Y56, D390 (launch)