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Updating my Consternation mission with the new 23.5 parts; Enough room for 10 Kerbals (+3 in the Dragon), a Sciencelab, 6 launches incl crew and **** quality imagery as always. :-P

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This image was post-edited with my meager Paint.NET skillz. Wanted to get a good idea of what a gloomy day at the KSC might be like. Imagine the sun is peeking through a small gap in the clouds off to the left

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Well, I managed to get a shot like this completely accidentally:

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Look at Jeb, chilling on the grass like that. It must be quite a job getting that chair out, right?

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Nope, Jeb's capable of relaxing anywhere!

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Actually... is he a little too relaxed? I'm pretty sure he's meant to be inside that ominous black thing.

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As a late companion to yesterdays' rover pic, here's a Duna ascent vehicle losing half its fairings during...well... Duna descent. Its transfer stage can be seen in the background.

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Trying to emulate what WooDzor did, I picked out an old screenshot of my first Mun landing and tried to give it the 'archive photo look' though I probably went a bit overboard. Then I realized he just took a picture of his screen with a camera. Sometimes simple is better.

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The "Trilander" Duna mission finally touches down. Weird; the aerobraking was so successful that it only had to fire its landing rocket for 1s before touchdown. Such a waste of fuel...

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Rockdiver 2 swoops down, "Claw" bared, upon its chosen prey. Gonna feed a few hatchlings with this kill.

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You, uh, know that we can see daylight through your rocket, right?

-- Steve

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LC-02 was launched today, from KSP site 01. The Cira III carried an Orbiter and Science Array which is destined to be part of the FLEC (First Laythe Exploration Colony).

Feel free to use these as Wallpapers, they are plenty big :D

Launch was on a clear day, with minimal cloud cover.

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Separation of the two External Liquid Boosters occurred flawlessly as both shot away, pushed away from the Cera LV with 8 sepratrons.

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Punching through the upper atmosphere, just before SRB separation and gravity turn. Taken from a chase plane, approx. 9000m up, 1 min into ascent.

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After refueling with a Cera R, the Orbiter IV-C relayed a photo to ground control, indicating the refueling vehicle has released from the ship and the main propellant tank is not leaking fuel.

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Started scanning for asteroids in a new career mode, found a D class on an impact trajectory:

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Ten days until it's apoapsis, then maybe 20 or 30 until impact? I have that long to get far enough in career mode to get the parts needed to redirect it into orbit. The other track is an almost natural capture, when I click on it, the orbit shows a Kerbin escape in a little under a year. But I plan to make it a new moon along with the other one. That is, if I can get the parts needed fast enough.

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