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  1. Hey all, I have been working behind the scenes a little bit with the help of @UomoCapra and a few others to create a Kerbal book series. Before officially announcing it and launching the series I wanted to put my little Kerbal feelers out to gauge interest and get any suggestions or ideas from forum users, specifically those of you who have discussed Kerbal stories or enjoyed the missions before (here's looking at you @STORMPILOTkerbalkind @million_lights @Just Jim @Rover 6428 ) The book series will be loosely based off of my (steam featured) Jeb's Life: A Kerbal Novel missions from
  2. Dear fellow Kerbonauts! Let me present you a book (well, it's an E-book after all) what I wrote in the end of the end of the last year (2017), called It's actually a (more-or-less) simple story based on the Carrier mode of KSP from the first sounding rockets to the first Minmus landing. I discussed with @Darth Badie earlier, she agreed and supported me to do it. This book is completely free-of-charge, all credits to SQUAD. I'd like to ask you to read it, and if you like, leave me comments with your opinions, because sometimes in the future I'd l
  3. So recently I have been going through a yoshi phase. I had been playing yoshi's island for the past week, and an idea came to me. What if I wrote a book based on the game. With it being a diary that yoshi writes telling about what happens throughout the game, writing as I play. I had even thought of writing something referencing the game it's self (yoshi mentioning how someone in the distant future might make some sort of game based on the story). So my question is, do you think this would be something worth trying?
  4. There was a brief mention in an older thread about the Haynes manuals: I just received the Haynes "Soyuz Owners Workshop Manual" by David Baker, and all I can say is WOW! There's a fair amount of background through Vostok and Voskhod and the development of the "7K-OK" that became the Soyuz we know and love (and I finally understand why it was "7K-OK"), but then Baker really gets into the details. I don't know that I'll necessarily need to know the exact VHF frequencies the radio operates on (though Baker mentions them), but knowing that there's both a shortwave and a VHF system that ar
  5. Hi, As a bachelor Thesis, a friend and I, would like to build a small hybrid rocket engine, that's why I'm looking for some literature that would describe: rocket nozzle theory, thermochemistry of different propellant, thermodynamic, and speaks about the different propulsion method, and of course speaks about hybrid rocket engine. I found the "Rocket Propulsion Elements" by Stutton and Biblarz, but since it cost 200$ in my country, I would like to be sure that it's the best alternative possible. Thanks in advance.
  6. Hello, fellow scifi lovers! I'm back again with another science fiction book. This one is called FLY HIGHER, it's a book about a younger boy who starts his own little space program with the intentions of leaving Earth but runs into several roadblocks along the way. A full conversation about it between me and @Spaceception, author of other awesome scifi books such as The Void and The Children Between Worlds, can be found here: http://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/profile/164377-the-raging-sandwich/&status=3130&type=status Also, you may have seen parts of my first bo
  7. So you might have seen one of my previous posts in Science and Spaceflight "Designing a Galaxy." Even though that forum is still open, I've already gotten started on the book as you might know. I'll be posting all the chapters I create here as I create them. Keep in mind these are just the rough drafts! Tell me what you think! Prologue:
  8. As I said on another thread, I'll be writing a book about World War 3 and posting the chapters here. As I'm working on two other books, I won't be posting as much here. Stay tuned!
  9. Hello! I was wondering if it was a good idea to write a book about KSP. I really would like to hear your thoughts and suggestions about this. Thanks!
  10. Im user of a social webpage for readers called wattpad, where you can post your own stories. I post a story based on space called "Eisntein's cage" (on Spanish, sorry), but i felt a bit dissapointed when i saw that other "science-fiction stories" (firtsly and mots hated by me: the zombie's ones) got more famous than mine and more quickly, when i knew that my story (here's coming my egotistical mind) were better. After that, i had that conversation with myself: "If the readers want zombies, should i give them zombies?" "No, dani, you can't, you hate that topic. You cant do it" "I
  11. Just found that this book/document is available online: http://www.nuclearweaponarchive.org/Library/DocumentArchive/524871.pdf Super interesting. Its about the history of underground nuclear testing. Found it whilst trying to find the lowdown on the hypervelocity "manhole cover" story that we've all heard.
  12. This is really off topic, but I thought at least one person on these forum's can help me, and it's the best one ever BTW. This book was very new around 2009, it's a story about a kid who lives in a world where paper doesn't exist, where it rains acid. His grandfather or an elder of his told him of a land where there is colourful landscapes and clean waters, a place where he can find his parents near by and also paper, they go on a journey through the wasteland and travel through a Pipe which goes all the way to this city, on the way I think the grandfather dies and he continues on, and fi
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