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"Per Aspera ad Aspra, sed toto cum mundo": A KSP RSS RO RP1 history of the International Space Agency


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Welcome to this new post, in wich i am gonna narrate the troubles and discoveries of a new worldwide space agency, formed after WW2, wich combines USA, USSR and Europe technologies, in their objective to explore space "in peace for all mankind": they are the International Space Agency, the ISA.  Obviusly all in RSS RO RP1.Qct6AFr.png

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A bit of Backstory...

After the ending of WW2,  a meeting was held in Edwars AFB, beetween General Vandemberg, chief of the United State Air Force, President Harry S. Truman, the chief engeneer of the ABMA  Army Balistic Missile Agency), Wherner Von Braun, the chief of the Soviet Rocket Program, Sergeij Korolev and the UK's Prime Minister Winston Churchill for the creation of  a international agency, focused "on space exploration in benefit of all of mankind". On January 1, 1951, the members of the meeting, along with Iosif Stalin, premier of USSR, and Pavel Zigarev, chief of russian Air Force, signed, in the city of Tampa, the agreement to create the International Space Agency (ISA). The founding states were USA, URSS and the UK. 

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The Kumper Program 

Starting with a budget of 50.000 dollars, the ISA Starts to project its first sounding rocket program, called the Kumper. This rocket is powered an american produced Aereobee Engine, burning IRFNA-III ( a compound of Nitric Acid ), Aniline and Nitrogen, producing about 7.7 KN. There is also a 2-stage variant of the Veichle, called Kumper B, wich features a Tiny Tim Solid rocket Engine to provide extra thrust. 

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