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Actually Reused a Booster! Launch/Land/Repeat!


MoonMan22
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So I recently made a video showcasing 3 reusable booster designs in KSP, you can see it HERE. As soon as Kerbal Essences saw it he challenged me to actually reuse the booster. 

After several hours I successfully designed the required ground support systems to not only put the booster back on the pad but also mount a second payload to it for a second flight.

As long as the booster lands in-tact, this system allows for the booster to be reused indefinitely. 

Hope you guys enjoy!

 

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On 2/8/2016 at 6:48 PM, MoonMan22 said:

So I recently made a video showcasing 3 reusable booster designs in KSP, you can see it HERE. As soon as Kerbal Essences saw it he challenged me to actually reuse the booster.

Awesome video (you got tagged by SQUAD in video wednesday btw).

Maybe I'm strange, but I especially liked the booster recovery and payload delivery vehicles.

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On 2/14/2016 at 2:45 PM, FishInferno said:

Awesome work man! Could you post the craft file?

Download the Craft Files for the Booster Here (Completely Stock):
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B85Y...

*Contains both the V2 and V3 versions of the SOLO booster + Subassemblies.

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Download the Craft Files for the Ground Support Vehicles Here (Mods Needed):
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B85Y...

* Mods needed + links in README.

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