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  1. This ought to count for something. Unfortunately, even after extensive testing, this Shuttle could not lift the 40-ton payload. However, if it squeezed in a little, it could play hide-and-go-seek within the 40-ton payload's fuel tanks. Nevertheless, this Shuttle does what is asked of it: it flies up, it flies down, and it can carry massive payloads of over a tenth of a ton in the process. Completely stock, too, so that's nice. Bagel
  2. Known because I've seen some of your "nitpicks" and they're actually surprisingly fair.
  3. Good Lord, this thread brings back memories. I feel old and hobbly now. I've never met some of the people getting to the 1k-point mark now, because I haven't been active on the Forum for a little while. But that's a good thing! It means that there's young blood coming in and making some awesome new stuff. Welcome to all the new members. As for lack-of-updates, I'll PM Endersmens and see when he's next able to run the algorithm (I can definitely type up some friendly descriptions, and I'm sure others would be happy to join too). 'Twould be nice.
  4. Whoa, I remember your old username. Back from a lurk, eh?

    1. BagelRabbit


      I've been mostly lurking for a long while. Been meaning to unlurk for almost as long, but... life happened, I suppose? 

    2. monstah


      What was your previous avatar? I remember the name but not it. Something blue?

    3. BagelRabbit


      Yep, it was a picture of a rocket I launched. Apparently it was saved on another computer and I can't find it. There's a video of one of its launches here though: 



  5. Hey Badie? I know there's an unofficial weekly challenge on Reddit every week whose winner gets a firm handshake and a spot o' gold. Perhaps it would be worth connecting this series of challenges to the Reddit series somehow? I agree that more rules may be needed in the future. However, all of the statements you've made have been accusatory in nature (and directly in opposition to the Challenge Submission Guide). It seems like you really dislike the concept of weekly challenges and you're trying to figure out a way to justify it. This doesn't seem like a good approach to things. A
  6. As a KSPTV streamer and someone who sorta jumped on the livestream event at the last minute: Things may take awhile to arrive, and they may turn up after KriSPmas -- er, Christmas -- is over. Nevertheless, if one of KSP's official accounts has received your address, it should only be a matter of time before you have a plushy of your very own. I... think the packages may not have been sent until the KriSPmas event concluded, which potentially pushed things back a few days? That's my best guess as to why it isn't coming as soon as you'd think. That being said, if the Kerbal plush
  7. KSP isn't a game about explosions, but if it didn't have explosions, many beginning players would see no reason to continue. That's the long and short of it IMO. Congrats to the KSP team for the award nomination!
  8. Hi! I'm in a KSP Weekly, which is pretty cool. I'm really looking forward to the improved collider mechanics, and I'm glad SQUAD's taking the time to address them! Also, congrats to the Hallogreen winners, y'all definitely deserved it -Bagel
  9. Hello, This name change has been needed for a long, long time. I've always decided against it for some reason... but now that I've stepped up a rung on the KSP ladder, I feel this is necessary. I wish for my name to be changed to "BagelRabbit." Thanks! -Bagel
  10. Hello everyone! I'm UpsilonAerospace, and I'm back on the Forums. At last. It's been months since I put out a substantive post. Perhaps, in the back of your minds, some of you were wondering where I went. A tl;dr version reads as follows: Went to other college; was pressed for time; didn't have the opportunity to post often; gradually drifted away. Many old friends are still here, and there are a some great new people I'd love to get acquainted with. I may not be the most active poster but I'll try to show off some crafts, artworks, and the like. It's good to be here! Upsil
  11. I'm live and am annoying all of the people in stream, who want to see me streaming instead of typing. Hopefully they won't revolt.
  12. Hello, all! I’m Upsilon, but I go by BagelRabbit on YouTube and Twitch. And I’m in a bit of a quandary. I started streaming several months ago to show off the creation of some of my more ridiculous builds. Creating things like VTOL chickens, dragons with falcons strapped to the back, or flying goats? It’s all in a day’s work. I’ve had a lot of fun on Twitch, and some people even like my streams! People like TheReadPanda, DasValdez, and MatoroIgnika seem to think I’m pretty cool… which is nice, I guess? Recently, I scored a discount on a ticket to TwitchCon. However, I’ll still need t
  13. Space-based telescopes have several flaws: their smaller size; their difficulty to fix; their inability to have various astronomical instruments added or subtracted as they become available, broken, or outdated; and their greater cost relative to Earth-based observatories. In visible wavelengths, adaptive optics have progressed well enough that many large observatories have better clarity than the HST. The Keck, pretty much all of the observatories at Cerro Paranal, and many other large telescopes are currently seeing better, and doing far more research, than Hubble. The analogy PB666 mad
  14. I will first note that being angry towards groups of people will inherently make them less likely to consider your ideas, no matter how valid your ideas actually are. That being said, I very much doubt the validity of most of your points. Point #1: Suppose you were a kid (which you're not) at one of those really garish arcades. Your mother needs to convert some money into tokens for you and your brother to use on the games. She goes up to one of the token converter machines and drops in a dollar (or whatever currency you use). Your brother scoops up the tokens and runs off. She put
  15. I believe this fits most of the challenge submission guidelines...? I can definitely fly a mission where all of the bits survive intact; it may just take a few attempts. -Upsilon
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