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  1. KerbalX link: https://kerbalx.com/OlMuskiBoi/Stock-Dreamchaser Not perfect but I'm happy with how it turned out. Launch vehicle isn't anything special, feel free to throw it out for a proper Atlas / Vulcan replica if you want
  2. Inspired by the dreamchaser spacecraft developed by the sierra nevada corporation, I give you the dreamflyer. A small wing, orbit capable, jet powered, spacecraft. It is capable of long distance jet flight, of close to the speed of sound at low altitudes <10 kilometers. It is incredibly maneuverable, incredibly stable, and easy to fly. It can transport 3 kerbals into orbit aboard its lifting rocket, and can dock to an orbiting spacecraft with its small docking port mounted atop. (RCS systems not included.) Images included are after its first test flight, with accurate enough orbital m
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