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  1. Please note that most of the parts shown here are being revamped and do not actually represent what will be in the release. This mod aims to add the mighty New Glenn (and later 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 not yet done and hope to share my progress as I go. Check out the roadmap below to see my progress and future plans for the mod. --------------- Imgur Album If you have any suggestions for parts that I should include I would love to hear it!
  2. Hello everyone! I want to share with you my project called 'New Kepard'. It was inspired by New Shepard rocket landing: My goal was to recreate it in KSP using the kRPC mod which allows you to write your own scripts to control the vessel. The developement of the project took me much longer than I had originally thought (more than 100 hours). Writing the program which controls the rocket was not the hardest thing. Bugfixing, tweaking, testing and ensuring that the code is prepared for every possible flight scenario was what I spent the most of the time (~75%) on. I am now very happy that I made it to the end and didn't give up. I created two films about my project: The first one was edited to be similar to the original Blue Origin's video The goal of the second film is to show what my project is and how to use it Code and the craft are avaliebe to download on GitHub. I hope you like what I've done
  3. I was looking on the around and noticed there isn't a thread for re-usable rockets not even Falcon 9 replicas so I decided to start one. I don't care if they just reuse the first stage or the whole thing, POST IT HERE! PS I will have mine up soon.
  4. tmccreight651

    Blue Origin New Shepard

    Got bored, so i decided to make the Blue Origin New Shepard rocket... And i think i did it well, this thing really is a joy to fly. both pieces regularly launch from KSC LC-1 nowadays, each carrying a crew of 3 paying kerbals on a suborbital hop that included up to 10 mins of pure weightlessness (That they don't get to experience because they are strapped to their seats ) Anyway, tell me what you think!
  5. Hysterrics

    New Shepard Flight One Report

    New Shepard Flight One This is the first flight of my New Shepard replica. The mod you see is Hot Contents Orbital Systems, which can be found in my signature. This first flight did not have any dragbakes nor winglets, which meant I had to restart the engine a little early to get some control. My next flight will be a full replica. As you might be able to see, the landing didn't do so well. But hey, at least we didn't destroy an ocean platform. Just kidding SpaceX, we love you. <3
  6. Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket made history as the first rocket to do a vertical landing after a flight to suborbital space. It is intended only as a suborbital rocket. However, by using triple cores of the New Shepard with a small upper stage, a la the Delta IV Heavy, you actually get an orbital rocket: Triple Cored New Shepard as an orbital vehicle. http://exoscientist.blogspot.com/2016/01/triple-cored-new-shepard-as-orbital.html Bob Clark