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  1. This will be a series of mission reports done by the largest ship I've ever hauled to deep space, 3.75 m wide modules from Taurus HCV mod. The name comes from the ancient Greek deity of time called ÃŽÅ¡ÃÂÌνοÂ. It's a ship made of 3.75 m wide Taurus HCV parts and can host 17 Kerbals, although only 7 of them will live and work on the ship during its long voyage. Three of them will be landing on targets. The ship contains a 3.75 m laboratory and a living module. It is using a 2.5 m KSPX nuclear engine for propulsion for the sake of aesthetics (performance is basically st
  2. This is very simple. Place at least one Kerbal in orbit, using ONLY the LV-N engine for propulsion/impulse. Lowest launch mass wins. Go.
  3. Pls help, I desperately need to prove a point go to tylo on nervas and land with them, obviously using the lander as the tug for the fuel etc, before I get all high and mighty about how great the nerva is, is this even possible? Am I going to end up looking like a fool? Especially for you.. @Spricigo
  4. We all know chemical propulsion isn't viable for our first Mars missions, too slow, too inefficient, and too primitive, so what propulsion system should we use? NERVA? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NERVA Solar electric propulsion? https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/tdm/sep/index.html VASIMR? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Variable_Specific_Impulse_Magnetoplasma_Rocket Or the Fusion Driven Rocket (The coolest one)? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_pulse_propulsion#MSNW_Magneto-Inertial_Fusion_Driven_Rocket
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