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@Archy on Imgur, go to your images, click on them, copy the thing that says "direct link," and paste it here. It took a while to figure it out for me.

Edit: Also, welcome to the forums!

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Arriving to Kerbtlantis

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Jeb! This is a Helicopter! not Spaceship! btw how you get so high?

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Space TEM2

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Hello mr.Bill it's me King Jeb!

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Houston we got a problem, Giant Kerbal from Danny's video is real!

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Su-27U

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Testing heatshields Dragon skin

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T.H.E.I. Spaceship in Hoth and Kerbin (Twin Hybrid Engine I)

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Look what I found in deep space. First one to name it correctly earns a cookie.

http://tex.texel.com/ksp120/screenshot59.png

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45 minutes ago, Tex_NL said:

Look what I found in deep space. First one to name it correctly earns a cookie.

http://tex.texel.com/ksp120/screenshot59.png

TMA-3.

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17 hours ago, stratvox said:

TMA-3.

Since I had to Google what the hell TMA-3 was supposed to be the answer is wrong.
All I could find Google-ing TMA-3 was a 2003 Soyuz mission  and a landmine. Neither looks anything close to my image.

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16 minutes ago, Tex_NL said:

Since I had to Google what the hell TMA-3 was supposed to be the answer is wrong.
All I could find Google-ing TMA-3 was a 2003 Soyuz mission  and a landmine. Neither looks anything close to my image.

TMA-3 was the third monolith (the one found orbiting Jupiter) in  the "2001: A Space Odyssey" series, in 2010. TMA -> Tycho Magnetic Anomaly, after the fact that the first monolith was highly magnetized is what led to its discovery buried on the surface of the Moon in the first place. 

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If you say so.

But it doesn't exactly look like a monolith now does it? In case you actually do think it looks like a monolith I would like to suggest a visit to your local optician.

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The Salyut/Skylab station ready to welcome crews, taken by Alan Kerman from the Apollo spacecraft.

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So BOODIFUL!

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The USS Runabout makes a quick stop at Eve before heading to Bespin.

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On 26. 2. 2017 at 10:09 PM, Tex_NL said:

Look what I found in deep space. First one to name it correctly earns a cookie.

http://tex.texel.com/ksp120/screenshot59.png

Hmmm, on one hand it is hexacore probe with two elevons and radial chute(?)... On second look it is just a debris, as it has no antenna, no battery, no pv panels. Frankly it is both. (a cube sat recreation?)

However, the overal silhuete... it almost ring a bell, but despite "i know it" - I have no idea. It somehow resembles an electricity symbol (flash) or an 'S' shaped in style of infamous ww2 german elite units symbol...

I give up :-)

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Feeling nostalgic.

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On 2/26/2017 at 3:09 PM, Tex_NL said:

Look what I found in deep space. First one to name it correctly earns a cookie.

 

I dunno, does it have a Ressikan flute stowed somewhere aboard?

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20 hours ago, Jack Wolfe said:
On 2/26/2017 at 4:09 PM, Tex_NL said:

Look what I found in deep space. First one to name it correctly earns a cookie.

 

I dunno, does it have a Ressikan flute stowed somewhere aboard?

Yeah that has to be it, a pretty obscure reference, how the heck did you remember that?

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6 minutes ago, Dweller_Benthos said:
21 hours ago, Jack Wolfe said:
On 26-2-2017 at 10:09 PM, Tex_NL said:

Look what I found in deep space. First one to name it correctly earns a cookie.

I dunno, does it have a Ressikan flute stowed somewhere aboard?

Yeah that has to be it, a pretty obscure reference, how the heck did you remember that?

A cookie for the both of you. It's the Kataan probe from StarTrek TNG (The Inner Light, S5E25) It is indeed the one that gave Picard the Ressikan memories and the flute.

http://www.ditl.org/Images/K/KataanProbe2.jpg

Some time ago I randomly ran into an image of it and instantly knew it would not be hard to recreate it.

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1 hour ago, Dweller_Benthos said:

Yeah that has to be it, a pretty obscure reference, how the heck did you remember that?

I've been a Trekkie since 1966. And "The Inner Light" is one of the best Trek episodes of all time. :)

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7 hours ago, Artyomka15 said:

Just a little show off of my planet pack :D 

 

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What is it? It looks great just by that one image.

Is it under development or is it ready to be downloaded?

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1 hour ago, Mad Rocket Scientist said:

It's choose your own caption time!

 

1) My rockets keep flipping, what should I do?

2) My new job flipping houses is going very well.

 

 3) Clara and Ashildr made this look so easy. Where's that Type 40 TARDIS manual again?

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