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  1. Just as long as it stays on the ground, what is your fastest land vehicle? Mine was able to reach 350m/s. I don't have any images unfortunately. Tell us about yours! Did it explode? Did it look stylish?
  2. From Kerbin to Beyond Delta-v Hey folks, I got a little case of OCD today and decided to make a spreadsheet (link above) of all the Delta-v to get around the solar system when Kerbin is the starting point. This and the KER add-on works together beautifully to figure out proper staging and TWR for any given mission you are planning. This is by far my favorite Launch Window Planner for the nitty gritty. With a little research and elbow grease multiple landings can be had on a single celestial body. Be sure to pack an experiment storage unit if you do. And above all else, remember t
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