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  1. No logs => No support. If you can not find the time to provide the info I need to diagnose your problem do not expect I will find the time to reply to your post. (The thread was lost after an incident on the forum. The really old thread from even before is is here) Anatid Robotics and Multiversal Mechatronics proudly presents the first flight assistant autopilot: MechJeb I would like to thank CardBoardBoxProcessor and Keptin for their amazing MechJeb models. Sarbian is the current maintainer. Current version: 2.12.0 2.12.0 Stuff. I am tired. 2.11
  2. In a shock news release by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), it was revealed that rumours of man's exploration of the moon in the Apollo program, having been observed by alien beings, were in fact true. Pictures released today, show these alien creatures in close proximity to the astronauts of the Apollo missions, appearing to observe and even interact with them. More information on this late breaking story and additional pictures, as we get it.
  3. original on curseforge Updated for 1.7.x and 1.8.x PorkJet lives! SpaceDock GitHub (Source) Jack-O'-Lantern Jack-O'Lantern themed probe cores in three sizes. Inherently TweakScaled with all the ModCons! Now with Pumpkin Chucking built in!
  4. Description This is a full stock 1:1 replica of the Scaled Composites Stratolaunch. Possessing the largest wingspan of any aircraft every flown, and having been designed as an air-launch platform for rockets, this beastly aircraft requires no other introduction. This build has the highest part count of any of my replicas to date, due largely to the *unique* shape of the fuselage. This craft was completed long before the MD-11, but seemingly inescapable technical difficulties plagued the craft from then on. It was only until many months later that I was able to finally diagnose the source
  5. Heya, Was looking up a couple of things about the Saturn V and found this site. Thought some folks here might find it interesting anyway but mostly I'm posting it for that last picture of the first Saturn V in flight. Bear in mind that the Saturn was about 363ft or roughly 120m high. That's a lot of fire... Something was definitely going to space that day...
  6. Hello everyone! I enjoy your interest in my previous craft Mi-26, so this community inspired me to create the second! Pretty small, stock and fun to play with! KSP 1.8 + BG 1.3 Specifications: No SAS, no reaction wheels and no RCS, only tiltable blades and several servos! Parts: 98 Crew: 1 or 2 kerbals. Possible to put up to 2 more seats, but it will nose dive almost everytime Mass: 1221 kg Main rotor diameter: 7.9 m (200 rpm) Lenght: 8 m Speed forward: 22-24 m/s Speed sideways: 17 m/s Climb rate: 5 m/s Flight time: up to 90 minutes Control groups: 1 - star
  7. I'm in a career game where I am launching from my secret lair in Northwestern China at about 45% longitude. When I launch I head due East and end up with an inclined orbit. I'm wondering what the most efficient path is to follow if my ultimate desire is to end up with an equatorial orbit? (This also makes me wonder how folks in Northern cities get satellite service from a stationary orbit when the earth keeps turning around below the satellite....?) I.e. how do you park a satellite above Reykjavik?
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