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Pictures from all my recent "Trailblazer" Probe Missions:

Trailblazer 1:

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Trailblazer 2

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Trailblazer Mun (Failed on Launch)
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Trailblazer Minmus

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SMART/Trailblazer 3

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A few pics from my entry to the Duna Kiathlon challenge, that involves a three stage race to Duna orbit, it's surface and then to Ike.

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Kerbolrise on the Jool horizon

EDIT: Jool seems to be looking a lot like Eve today. Maybe it's jealous no one tries to land on it.

Edited by JK_Kerbineer

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The White Dragon Mission when above the Mun. The mission was to land near the MCM Base, take a surface sample, and fly back. Trunk is used to go from Low Kerbin Orbit to Mun Orbit, and then begin descenting. Top is Descent Vehicle with a Ascent Vehicle inside. After taking samples - fairings up and ROA(Rapid Orbit Ascent - it is my private abbreviation!). Full mass - 11 tons, Descent Vehicle - 6 tons, Ascent Vehicle - 0.7 tons.

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White Dragon's booster. An innovation - control surfaces on the top to control rocket at the moment between Return Maneuver and Powered Propulsive Landing.

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Dragon-C (Crewed) version 1.0(only 3 crew members :( , in later versions it will be up to 5). Successfull propulsive landing after 15 orbits.

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Dragon-C v1.0 docked to UKSS(United Kerbal Space Station). Notice that it is a heavy, massive propulsion module instead of hollow trunk.

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Say hi!

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Kerbolrise from a perspective of MCM.

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Meet new Dragon-C v1.1!!! 4 places, hollow trunk to carry up to 3 tons of unpressurized cargo, and also some place for pressurized cargo! Weight without any cargo - about 8 tons.

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Today we are carrying a 2-ton Escape Pod Module to our UKSS. Sadly, I didn't install a probe core, so we must call the pilot:

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Then a long story - first of all, a decoupler was too powerful, so I needed to catch my pod. After catching, I prepared for a peaceful docking. But I saw that RCS isn't working. It was my first docking WITHOUT RCS :cool:. It was exciting. And a special goal for me - I used MechJeb only for DeltaV monitoring and maneuver executing. Also it was the second successful first stage landing. 

The result:

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Undocking.

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Deorbit burn.

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Reentry.

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Parachute landing. Why not propulsive? Because I decided to leave this engines for Emergency Escape and orbital maneuvers(because now trunk doesn't contain fuel). Why without  covering? Because I forgot what chutes don't open in fairings. Wait for next version!

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Splashdown with henious overtipping.  Also we left our pilot onboard of station. :/

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19 hours ago, SnakyLeVrai said:

So today I was planning to do something awesome and then, this :

 

Great Scott ..... we just land at night - EVERYTHING IS SO CLEAR NOW!.

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I'm getting close to some REAL interplanetary spaceflight in R.S.S....

Still struggling with packing enough snacks for the whole 3-year trip to Mars, so I dare not venture outside Earth's SOI yet.

A series of N.S.S's (Nuclear Shuttle Systems) are launched and act as space tugs to build an infrastructure to support Mars landings.

Step one: Capture near-Earth asteroid and bring it into orbit around the Moon! (Maybe we can visit it later)

 

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Step two: Visit the asteroid!

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my Chaka monkey Orion CM/SM decoupler seems to be migrating southward...

 

Houston, we've landed on the Moon!

 

...of the moon!

 

 

 

 

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Hy guys!

I was a bit off from the Forum for a bit long time. The last thing what I made, is a 3-wheeled rover. A decade ago - or so - LEGO made something similar, so I implemented this beast into the world of KSP!
I linked here the video about the rover to see how it behaves under various conditions.
Here you are! :)

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I finally completed making my own planet....

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He, he, what pics to choose?

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Space shuttle 'Dislantis' (see what I did there) in orbit. Below: my first Mun landing and my first Minmus landing.Moknirz.pngAyAsAAm.png

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I was digging in some really old stuff and found one of my old pictures when I went to Laythe. Jool looks so cool from other planets or moons.

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Here are some of my favorites (I have an addiction to sunny scenes):

 

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