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Rendevouz two vessles

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I have mission where I need to rendevouz two vessels. I tried to make a ship which I seperated in two and docked again right away. That didn't do it. Does it need to be two seperate vessels?

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I haven't tried myself, but I think you might have to move out of physics distance (so 2km or thereabouts) and have a probe/command module on each ship.

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it needs to be 2 seperate launches.   it should really make it more clear in th contract description

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For a contract, the target vehicle can be an existing craft such as a satellite, space station or a pod from a rescue contract but as DD_bwest said, you can't just separate a ship and re-dock the parts to complete a rendezvous contract.

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It should also be noted that if you read the contract carefully, sometimes it doesnt specify that the rendezvous has to take place in space. :D I completed my first "dock around Kerbin" contract in my first 1.2 career by building 2 rovers with a docking port & rolling them off the runway & touching their noses together. :)

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