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Provenance Aerospace This mod aims to add the mighty New Glenn (and New Shepard) rocket into Kerbal Space Program! I will be going off of the 2018 design of New Glenn. See the updated animation here. I'm obviously not finished yet, but all parts have been modelled and some still need to be textured. Discord For dev work, feedback, sneak peaks, etc. Check out the roadmap below to see my progress and future plans for the mod. Future Plans -New Glenn Strongback -Engines -Blue Moon -New Shepard -New Armstrong, New Lindbergh (once we actually get info) __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Imgur Album If you have any suggestions for parts that I should include I would love to hear it! Please note that parts shown before mid July are being revamped and do not actually represent what will be in the release. This mod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
SuperPenguin160's Launch Vehicles Contains: New Glenn 3.75m Rocket with landing legs Electron 0.9375m Rocket that is capable of taking at least 500kg into orbit The Rutherford engines use EC and LOx and therefore have a very high efficiency Additional Pictures: Plans: New Shepard Vector MX1HH Haas 2CA Demonstrator 3 Recommended: Tweakscale (The New Glenn is 3.75m) RealPlume (Every engine is compatible) Downloads: SpaceDock Curse License: Thanks to @Shadowmage for his amazing TexturesUnlimited mod All Rights Reserved
Is the New Glenn even economically viable? I know Jeff Bezos seems to think so- the issue being that reusable payload to LEO is 50 mT- far larger than anything launching today, even when considering GTO payload (~16mT) It was honestly pretty surprising to me. I guess it makes some sense, avoiding competition with ULA- but avoiding competition is pointless if there is no market. Not to mention there is no 2nd stage reuse planned.
This thread is for the discussion of Blue Origin's proposed "New Glenn" rocket, which is a beast of a heavy lift vehicle (though not as heavy as some historical or proposed lifters, it still beats everything currently in use...) and would rely on first-stage reusability, much like the Falcon 9/Heavy rockets of SpaceX. It will come in both a 2 and 3-stage version, with the 3-stage version having higher payload . Feel free to discuss here. More detail and maybe some pics of the design art!) probably coming soon. Regards, Northstar