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1. ## How do you calculate the time needed to reach a celestial body?

I am trying to do a mission to a planet with life support (USI), and I would love to know how to find the time it would take to reach that planet so I could balance my habitation and resources accordingly.
2. ## Calculating Delta-v Manually (Science demo in stock 1.1 - pre-release)

I know there are Delta-v calculations all over this forum, but I thought I'd make a video on my channel trying to break it right down and demonstrate it. I would love to know what you all think. Running stock without plugins like Mechjeb and Kerbal Engineer can make it less simple to determine the distance your vessel can travel. These simple calculations show you how to calculate the Delta-v for your rockets stages quickly and easily with this simple formula. Why do it manually? For the fun of learning, having that deeper understanding on how the math works in rocket science and of course understanding the science/physics principals themselves. Formulas like this are very simple for anyone to do, and are rewarding when trying to get that deeper understanding. Please do follow and subscribe the the channel if you like.
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