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  1. I have compiled together pieces of information about the kerbal rocket science. Some of this information you should know already and some of this information is completely for comical relief. But there is also information of rocket equations, how to close encounters, and other things that should be useful. To start this thread, I will post Law 1 of Kerbal Rocket Science For T/W ratio on Kerbin to be equal to 1, there has to be 16 Kilo-Newtons of Thrust for every 1 Ton. Or 0.065 tons for 1 Kilo-Newton. Hope you enjoyed this day's Law of Kerbal Rocket science.
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