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  1. Just finished my video for the world's fist KSC tower gap. If someone has done this before I am sorry for claiming this title and will edit it. Would love if people in the community took a peak. Take Care -Paelu {video snipped pending editing}
  2. Hello forum readers! This thread contains my entry to @Superfluous J's Kerpollo challenge. The full rules and other entries to this challenge can be found in the link below but the TL;DR is that I need to unlock the tech tree in only nine launches, one to Kerbin orbit, one to the Mun, one to Minmus, and then one to each of the other planets and their moons. This is only nine launches I'm allowed to make but I am allowed to make other "launches" to grind science from the KSP buildings and biomes as long as I don't leave the ground. For the difficulty settings I chose a Normal difficulty science mode save. The only mods I am running are KER for the handy readouts, MechJeb to help with planning my Jool V mission when I get to it, and a custom Module Manager patch to fix an issue with the new 1.10 magnetometer's mass. // Fixes the magnetometer to weigh 0.05t instead of 0.5t // https://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/topic/195193-kerbal-space-program-110-shared-horizons%E2%80%9D-grand-discussion-thread/&do=findComment&comment=3813960 @PART[Magnetometer] { @mass = 0.05 } Without further ado, lets get this thing started! Episode 0: No Pain, No Gain (KSP Science Grind) Bob had a dream. He wanted to be the first Kerbal to land on each celestial body in the Kerbol system. As this was obviously out of reach of even Bill Kates' large pocket book, Bob and his close friends Jeb, Bill, and Val decided to approach the Kisney Channel to see if they would be willing to fund a TV series featuring them exploring space as a Kisney+ exclusive. For maximum realism each episode would be filmed on location of course. The executives of Kisney loved the idea and immediately ordered construction of the Kisney Space Center or KSP for short. After the center was completed, Bob and Jeb took the new Mk1 capsule and mystery goo experiment for a test ride. Although the process of collecting this science was very painful (Bob gets carsick easily and vomited several times throughout the mission) the Kisney producers assured them that the viewers would connect with Bob's suffering which would lead to them being hooked on the show or something like that. Regardless, this stomach churning mission was over, and with the science gained the next episode would feature Bob going into space!
  3. ELCANO OR BUST! My quest to circumnavigate every planet and moon. And get the master circumnavigator badge! I recently discovered the Elcano challenge and thought: "I NEED TO DO THIS!!!". So here you go, my attempts to circumnavigate all the planets (and moons) This will be written in the style of @purpleivan's own circumnavigation: Kerbin Sorta-Circumnavigation - (You should check it out, its really funny and interesting) Order (Subject to change): Kerbin Mun Duna Ike Laythe Tylo Eve Minmus Dres Val Eeloo Moho Bop Pol Gilly The flag: Each circumnavigation will begin with a map, a craft file, and a picture of the craft, as well as stats and estimated time. Then will come an index and after that every leg of the trip.
  4. A Jool 5 entry like no other Here is my attempt at completing the Ultimate Jool 5 Challenge. The challenge, for those unfamiliar with it, is to send one spacecraft to the Jool system, land on each moon with varying numbers of kerbals depending on the difficulty level you're attempting, and then return to Kerbin. What makes my entry different from many is that I am sending 24 kerbals to the Jool system and land 3 on each moon. I'm sending 3 multi-moon landers for one kerbal each, and will be attempting to land in different biomes where possible (Laythe will be a challenge in that regard). The other kerbals are a flight crew for the interplanetary transport (two pilots and two engineers), two mission scientists, and three kerbals for something special I have planned. The mothership I'm sending, the IPT Hera (IPT stands for Inter-Planetary Transport) is a highly modular spacecraft assembled in orbit via only four launches (not counting landers, lander fuel, crew, or maintenance). The landers, Juno A, B, and C, are identical spacecraft capable of landing on and ascending from each Joolian moon in a single stage, with the exception of Tylo, for which the landers are equipped with a disposable de-orbit stage. And the Hyperion Crew Transport, which will take the crew up to the IPT Hera and then return them to Kerbin after the mission is complete, is a heavy transport designed as a highly efficient method of transporting kerbals to/from Kerbin orbit. All of this technology here is experimental, and this mission is the testing phase. The first four albums at the bottom of this post show the assembly of the IPT Hera in orbit of Kerbin. The next step will be to send the landers and the lander refuel tanks. Then I'll wait until the Jool transfer window approaches, and send the crew up, before transferring to the Jool system. Once there, the IPT Hera will make orbit around Tylo, and three kerbals will land on its surface in different locations. The next stop after that is Laythe, which the IPT Hera will transfer to from Tylo orbit. After three kerbals have landed on Laythe and returned, the IPT Hera will transfer to Vall to allow the crew to land there. Then it will move to a Joolian orbit between the orbits of Bop and Pol, where it will stay until the mission is complete. Three kerbals will depart to land on Bop and then return, followed by three more landing on Pol. Once they are all back at the IPT Hera and there are 15 flags dotted around the Jool system, the IPT Hera will leave the Jool system. What the special mission is and when it will be encountered remains to be seen.
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