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Finally back and had some motivation to play KSP! I decided to take on a relatively large project: build a working stock B-52H! Despite the huge weight and part count, it can fly! Guaranteed to make your computer scream in agony! Here's the R&D process: And the craft download: https://kerbalx.com/PaperAviator/B-52H Enjoy!
Sector 7 Space Laboratories Aeronautics Division The Mother Load Challenge In this Challenge Six Crafts will be flown at once! Rules: There are none! This is for fun and your Trophy is your Kerbals that remain alive in their Crafts at the end. To begin the Challenge takeoff from Kerbin Control Center's Runway. Release the Tommy Mig's from the Mother Ship (The Crafts on the Wings are something I built last year, they look like a cross between a Russian Mig 15 and a US Navy F-14 Tomcat so I gave it the name Tommy Mig) it doesn't matter where between the Runway and the Island you release the crafts. Land as many Crafts as you can without Killing any Kerbals. The Island you will need to land on is shown in the picture below. Special Note: Keep the Crafts close together because the farthest crafts will disappear and you will no longer be able to return to it. Ranking Landing 1 Craft - Ensign Landing 2 Crafts - Lieutenant Junior Grade Landing 3 Crafts - Lieutenant Landing 4 Crafts - Lieutenant Commander Landing 5 Crafts - Commander Flight Operations: Engage RCS and SAS Leave throttle at default setting for an easy takeoff from the Runway Press Spacebar only once to ignite The Mother Load's Engines As soon as the Craft leaves the Runway make short taps on the S Key to bring the Craft easily to a 10 Degree Angle When you are ready to release the Crafts Press the Spacebar to Ignite the Tommy Mig's Engines and allow a little time for them to gain some thrust Press the Spacebar again to release them all at once or you can decouple them one at a time if you would like. Have fun and good luck! and post a picture of your Crafts Landed with the Rank mentioned if you would like. Note: The Tommy Mig is one of the best handling crafts you will ever fly on KSP! Don't take my word for it, try to put it in a tailspin that you think you wouldn't recover from and watch how easily you can regain control. Craft File The Mother Load Land Crafts Here