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  1. The challenge objective is to build a stable space station around all the planets in the solar system Rules: Modules may not contain more than 10 parts (Excluding 2 Docking ports) Crew modules must contain life support for at least 30 days with maximum crew You maybe only use mods that have build in RO configs Modules must only contain RO Required, Suggested, and Recommended mods Only send up one module at a time Any modules most have at least 350 m/s of rendezvous dV If you send up a shuttle, you, and only you, are responsible for landing it Let at least 2 people go before you go again. Orbital Parameters of Earth Station: Inclination: 51.6 degrees Altitude: 500x500 km Docking ports: NASA Docking system, Apollo Docking system Launched from CCAFS Upload saves to here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B1GyX57RbExBWVIzUllDd1hhbDQ?usp=sharing