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  1. Hey guys. I'm just experimenting with my Soyuz LES System. And everything worked well except for the last part. The Parachute won't open up after the Descent module seperated with the Orbital Module. https://youtu.be/fLJSeuiBGds The Descent module has been seperated from the orbital module succesfully, but why did the descent module parachute didn't worked? This isn't normal, when seperating the orbital module and the instrumental module after de-orbiting, it worked. Never been a unsuccesfull parachute deploy after entering the kerbin atmosphere. So please help me with t
  2. Still not survivable. The shuttle, especially in the early days, had huge “black zones,” where any kind of failure requiring an abort would be LOCV, either due to reentry stress on the orbiter or lack of thrust/control. Remember, at launch the boosters gave 90% of the stack’s thrust, until the orbiter/ET combo could accelerate itself, even “shutting off” the boosters would be LOCV. The pilot/commander on those first few flights of Columbia pretty much knew if anything went wrong while the boosters were burning they were boned. Oddly enough, that part never changed with “operational” fligh
  3. NOTICE: As of 2018-06-22, @linuxgurugamer has kindly agreed to take this mod over. Any applicable license to this mod is hereby transferred to him, exclusively. I'd assume he may/will start a new thread for this mod. I won't be supporting it any further. It's been fun and thanks for everybody's patience, assistance and kind words and encouragement. I will ask the mods to lock this thread. All future discussion should take place on the new thread. See the imgur album for screenshots. Thanks @Kottabos for doing a nice video review! The PEBKAC parts actually start around
  4. Hi! I had some minor thoughts about launch escape systems, epecially about some detailed differences in their 'modes', in respect to the 'RealismOverhaul' mod-suite, which I have came quite fond of (Thanks to the many awesome people involved!). They might not find really much use, but some use them... Someone said something like 'It's fun to consider fail situations and countering them with gadgets, even if it costs a lot in every aspect." I humbly agree So we currently can just hit the backspace key and stuff gets triggered, afaik. That usual
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