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Recently I did a mission to replace an old module aboard my Minmus station, using my new Fortitude class SSTO.

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Leaving Kerbin

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Visiting the (very incomplete) VENTURE Station to replace a docking port.

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After that, I visited Service Station 1 to deliver my cargo, a new Utility module. The space station seems big, but it's dwarfed by the Fortitude, and I've been working on it for 3 (in-game) years. The space station wasn't designed for docking with something this large, so it took a while to get it to dock correctly. The port that was intended for spaceplanes, is actually not even tall enough, since I didn't want to risk bumping into the lower station.

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Eventually, it was time to go home.

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1 hour ago, Kapitalizing Every Word said:

I3v4UuO.jpg Sorry for 720p Is the best my monitor can do (aside from 1024p wich conflicts with KSP)

Never, ever, apology for your equipment.

Some of the best moments of my life on gaming happened on pretty crap computers, as my first steps on Orbiter using a Atom-330 that was serving as media center at that time (playing Orbiter on a 42" LCD TV is something, I can tell you).

It's a beautiful screenshot, and that's what matters!

Cheers!

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Greetings fellow kerbalnauts. First time poster, long time lurker. Hope you guys enjoy the pictures I've took this year. Would like to thank the modders for all of their work. You guys deserve the best.

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Fly-by of a sleeping blue giant.

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Somewhere under the North Pole.

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An autonomous recon drone. Can reach LKO due to it's argon/EC powered engines.

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A classic Daedalus Interplanetary ship using Fusion Pellets as a mean of propulsion.

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Above Hydrus, 1987.

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