SiWalder Posted November 20, 2019 Share Posted November 20, 2019 (edited) I've been thinking about a KSP challenge for a while. Not sure if it's even possible, but, the challenge would be to get a craft into a very (very very) equitorial orbit with a perilisly low periapsis, almost skimming the surface, on an atmosphereless planet/moon. Then build a Surface base with a hole in it and potision it carefully so that the obiting craft "threads the needle" each orbit. better yet, have some kind of short elevated tunnel rather just than a hole. I think the POV view would be fairly spectacular, especially if you could get the tunnel fairly tight, combined with a high apoapsis for high speeds. ........ or is that impossible.... or just a rubbish idea,.... i'm good at them. Edited November 20, 2019 by SiWalder Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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