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  1. Europa Explorer is a project I have been working on to create a game inspired by real world science. You drive a robotic probe exploring the ocean on the moon Europa. You can download the alpha build from www.EuropaExplorerGame.com or Itch. This is a solo dev project by myself, so it is self promotion, but not for profit, so hopefully this post is within the forum rules. I have been doing bi-weekly video updates on my progress. If you want more info. Alpha 1 Update - Tools Alpha 2 Update - Systems Alpha 3 Update - World
  2. The latest NASA budget suggests the Europa Clipper, an orbiter mission to the Jovian-system to study Europa, won’t fly on the SLS, but instead on commercial rockets: https://mobile.twitter.com/SpcPlcyOnline/status/1105131948903747584 However, instead of just an orbiter mission, by using commercial rockets, we can do it as an actual lander mission at a fraction of the cost of the SLS-based orbiter mission. In fact, it could be so low cost so as to be fully privately financed and at a profit. http://exoscientist.blogspot.com/2015/02/low-cost-europa-lande
  3. OK this was a lot of work
  4. I recently saw this picture And this lead me to the realization that Kerbol is an Ultra-cool Red dwarf star smaller than Trappist-1 (which means that its a Class-T Star.) and can you even see kerbin and the mun?
  5. first of all sorry for my English. I am Spanish and use google translator. Hi, I wanted explcar like playing KSP with the PS4 and Europe, you only have to create a new account and put region usa. in my youtube channel you have the tutorial. the channel is tonicky things. why I not put the link do not want espamear. thank you very much and I hope they serve
  6. I might have doomed my space program. I did it before 2010 - am I alright? A relatively safe landing in a Europan Canyon. Sadly, I am on the wrong side of the moon to see Jupiter. Perhaps a good thing if those pesky monoliths choose to detonate it again... Here are some craft pictures: The probe has ~2500 m/s of delta-v and uses Aerozine50 + NTO as hypergolic fuel. I put every science instrument that would fit on it, including SCANsat and some of DMagic's gear. The main instrument suites were the stockalike thermometer, barometer, gravity detect
  7. New flight of interplanetary space ship "Neil Armstrong", new mission into the cold and dark depths of space. At this time goal of expedition is Europe - the second moon of Jupiter, and one of few places in our solar system where life can exist.
  8. I'm gonna take a step back from "Space colonies" and "Advanced propulsion", and look at this near-term potential mission instead. As we all know, life on Europa is likely, due to it's underice liquid water ocean, also, NASA wants to put an orbiter/lander there as well, but did you also know that NASA backed a Space Eel too? Cool, huh? Quote on how it would work: “The electricity gets used to electrolyze water, splitting the H2O into H2 and O2, which get stored internally in the body and limbs of the robot. The gases can then be mixed and ignited on demand, which could propel the bot
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