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KASDA mission log | Y59, D64 | Launching the final Kerbals to the Duna system (Ike)

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3 hours ago, GRS said:

Have you started ??? (The Jool 5)

Like I said before, I need to finish the crewed Dres mission first.

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Mission 142: Hikari (Part 1, Part 2)

Description & objective: Dres resource scanning orbiter (to find potential locations for a base). To save time, KASDA did not wait until after the Project DIVA F mission had concluded to launch this mission.

Y37, D108 (Dres orbit insertion)

Insertion into ~80 km orbit

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Equipment deployed

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Another angle

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Several areas had up to 70% ore concentration

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Mission 141: Emerald-4 (Part 1, Part 2)

Description & objective: A Laythe probe consisting of an orbital resource scanner (similar form factor to Wanderers 3 through 6) and a lander equipped with a heat shield.

Y37, D208 (Jool orbit insertion)
Y37, D212 (Laythe orbit insertion and landing) 

Jool orbit insertion

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Entering Laythe's sphere of influence

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Passing over the north pole and its aurorae

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Laythe orbit insertion

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Scanner activated

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A few patches of land contain ore

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Detachment of lander

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Targeting an island near the north pole

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Using RCS to de-orbit

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Entry with Joolrise

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Parachutes deployed

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What a view!

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Meanwhile...

WiM-7 and the two Dres landers have undergone refueling at an asteroid (DIO-998).

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Okay, here's a big update after playing around in RSS for a while.

Mission 147: Nozomi Maru flight 01 (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4)

Going home from Ike to Kerbin after deploying the base modules.

Y37, D373 (Ike -> Kerbin transfer burn)

Y38, D275 (arrival at Kerbin)

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Mission 149: Tachi Maru

A Kerbin-Duna passenger liner using a similar cabin module to the Negi Maru, and a similar propulsion module to the Negi Maru and Nozomi Maru. Placed in a 500 km orbit and refueled by the WiM-6 Minmus miner.

(Launch mass: 39150 kg, fully fueled mass: 53525 kg)

Launch vehicle: Kappa-1b

Y37, D390 (launch)

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Mission 150: Negi Star flight 13

Carrying Dantris, Virra, Hanly, Aniella, Thomul, and Vallinne Kerman to the Tachi Maru. Some KIS refueling equipment is brought along for the trip.

Launch vehicle: Kappa-1a

Y37, D410 (launch)

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Mission 151: Song Princess 11a/b/c + Wish-6 (Part 1, Part 2)

Identical to SP-10a/b/c + Wish-5, these will provide the communications network for Duna and scout for potential sites for a base.

Launch vehicle: Kappa-1a

Y37, D420 (launch)

Y38, D173 (Wish-6 arrival at Duna)
Y38, D176 (Song Princess 11a arrival at Duna)
Y38, D179 (Song Princess 11b arrival at Duna)
Y38, D182 (Song Princess 11c arrival at Duna)

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Mission 152: Duna Rabbit 3

DR-1 was the first crewed Duna lander (Project DIVA 2nd), and DR-2 was the first crewed Ike lander (Project DIVA Extend). DR-1 was set to crash into Duna, but DR-2 was supposed to be left in orbit. KASDA had mysteriously lost contact with the latter, and decided to launch a new lander (identical to Dres Rabbit 1 or 2), which would be docked with the Tachi Maru before its transfer to Ike.

Launch vehicle: Kappa-1a

Y37, D421 (launch)

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Mission 153: Tachi Maru flight 01 (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4)

Six Kerbals now make their journey to colonize Ike. The ship will take a slower path than expected due to the extra mass of the Ike lander.

Y37, D421 (departure from Kerbin)

Y38, D256 (arrival at Ike)

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Mission 148: Emerald-5 (Part 1, Part 2)

The orbiter/lander probe has finally arrived at Tylo, marking the end of the Emerald (Jool probes) program.

Y38, D153 (Tylo orbit insertion)
Y38, D156 (Tylo landing)

The insertion burn started early, owing to Tylo's large gravity well and the relatively low thrust/weight ratio of the single nuclear engine.

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The nominal orbit is approximately 60 km above the surface.

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Largest ore concentrations:

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The orbiter temporarily moves to a 30 km orbit to deploy the lander (and reduce the amount of delta-v it needs to land on the surface), before going back to 60 km.

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The landing site was going to be in the middle of Tylo's "major crater."

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About 3 days after entering Tylo orbit, the lander began its descent.

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The lander still had substantial amounts of delta-v, but better safe than sorry on a world with a high gravitational pull and no atmosphere to slow you down.

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Landing coordinates:

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Mission 139: Project DIVA F / Negi Maru flight 01 (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4)

The end of the first crewed expedition to Dres and back.

Mission 154: Negi Star flight 14

Returning Camlorf, Haitrice, Tiella, Lemzor, Billy-Bobzor, Lidzi, Agaselle, and Anelle Kerman back to Kerbin.

Y38, D159 (Negi Maru Kerbin orbit insertion and Negi Star launch)
Y38, D160 (crew landing)

Orbit insertion

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The insertion also involved a large plane change.

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It was eventually put back into a 500 km orbit.

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Launch of Negi Star 14

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Crew return

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Good, looks like you plotted everything together (1 mission starting while you're still dealing with another one)

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Mission 151: Song Princess 11a/b/c + Wish-6 (Part 1, Part 2)

Duna observation and communications network established.

Y38, D173 (Wish-6 arrival at Duna)
Y38, D176 (Song Princess 11a arrival at Duna)
Y38, D179 (Song Princess 11b arrival at Duna)
Y38, D182 (Song Princess 11c arrival at Duna)
Y38, D184 (final orbits)

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Wish-6 orbits at around 80 km

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Large regions of high ore concentrations

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Song Princess 11a, b, and c orbit at almost 1700 km, with a 9.1 hour orbit, half of Duna's rotational period (orbits further away might be disturbed by Ike)

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Mission 155: Topaz-1 (Part 1, Part 2)

Sarnus atmospheric probe, identical to Emerald-1.

Mass: 20563 kg

Launch vehicle: Kappa-1a

Y38, D215 (launch)
Y42, D356 (Sarnus orbit insertion)

In over 4 years, the spacecraft will reach the ringed planet.

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12 minute burn from a 110 km parking orbit

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5 hours ago, Kerballing (Got Dunked On) said:

12 MINUTE BURN???? how do you have the patience for this???

I used physics warp (x3 because it started to shake at x4). But for the Negi Maru, I do have to wait for the whole burn at x1 because it breaks at higher speeds.

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Mission 156: WiM-9

Miner for the upcoming Jool 5 expedition, designed for Pol or Bop. Since solar panels are too weak there, mining is mostly reliant on fuel cells (with RTGs to get started).

Mass: 40005 kg (at launch), 126305 kg (full)

Launch vehicle: Kappa-1b

Y38, D239 (launch)

WiM-9 not docked, WiM-6 (Minmus miner) docked to Negi Maru

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Both are docked, WiM-6 transfers its spare fuel

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WiM-6 undocked

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Mission 153: Tachi Maru flight 01 (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4)

Iwaki Base on Ike finally gets its first occupants.

Y38, D256 (arrival at Ike)

LKO population: 24
Mun population: 12
Minmus population: 12
Ike population: 6

Ike insertion burn

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Detaching Duna Rabbit 3

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De-orbit

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Establishing the first interplanetary colony

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The WiM-8 Ike miner lands to refuel Duna Rabbit 3 and the Tachi Maru

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Mining and refining lasted until Y38, D258 (pipe and attach points are from Kerbal Inventory System)

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Mission 157: Jool Rabbit 1

Lander (with only one command seat) for short excursions to the airless moons of the Jool 5 expedition. Ultimately designed to land on Tylo and return to orbit. For the rest of the moons, it is reusable when refueled, but it must expend the lower stage to return from Tylo's surface.

Mass: 23577 kg

Launch vehicle: Kappa-1b

Y38, D260 (launch)

Arriving at Negi Maru with transfer stage attached

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Launch with short fairing

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Rendezvous maneuvers

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Docked to WiM-9 and the rest of the Negi Maru

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Mission 147: Nozomi Maru flight 01 (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4)

The uncrewed interplanetary freighter has returned to Kerbin orbit and docked to WiM-6 to refuel. Next year, it will carry more modules to the Duna system.

Y38, D275 (orbit insertion)

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Mission 158: Jool Rabbit 2

Expendable two-stage Laythe lander with habitation for four Kerbals and an inflatable heat shield. Meant for longer duration stays compared to Jool Rabbit 1.

Mass: 27630 kg

Launch vehicle: Kappa-1b 

Y38, D280 (launch)

With upper stage/tug attached

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Maneuvering towards the payload bay

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Mission 159: Negi Star flight 15

Carrying Jeb, Bill, Anelle, Camlorf, Valentina, Tiella, Bob, and Negy Kerman (best name) for the Jool 5 expedition.

Launch vehicle: Kappa-1a

Y38, D300 (launch)

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Mission 160: Project DIVA F 2nd / Negi Maru flight 02 (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9)

Designing Interplanetary Vehicle Architecture with Fission propulsion, 2nd mission. Jool 5 expedition with 8 Kerbals.

Mass before departure burn: 342923 kg

Y38, D312 (departure)
Y40, D55 (estimated Jool orbit insertion with Tylo gravity assist)
Y40, D85 (estimated Pol orbit insertion)

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Plotted course

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Simulated burn time was almost 18 minutes, but due to physics slowdown from having almost 300 parts, the burn almost took an hour in real time.

But the whole craft had to leave as one piece as part of the rules of the Jool 5 challenge. Next time (i.e. when this ship goes to Sarnus), I probably won't send the mining rig on the same vessel.

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After a course correction on Y39, D99, the ship will do a Jool orbit insertion burn on Y40, D55 with a gravitational assist from Tylo. Then after a plane adjustment on Y40, D80, it will enter an orbit around Pol on Y40, D85.

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Mission 161: WiM-10

A miner (identical to WiM-9) being pre-emptively sent to Sarnus.

Mass: 40005 kg (at launch), 126305 kg (full)

Launch vehicle: Kappa-1b

Y39, D39 (launch)

Being partially fueled by the WiM-6 Minmus miner

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Mission 162: Topaz-2 (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4)

The director of KASDA got tired of launching probes to the outer planets one at a time. So a series of landers and orbiters was launched all at once, for each of Sarnus's moons (Hale, Ovok, Eeloo, Slate, and Tekto). They would dock to WiM-10, which would act as the transfer stage. The first destination is Ovok; afterwards, the assembly will transfer to the other moons.

Mass: 22875 kg (total at launch)

Launch vehicle: Kappa-1b

Y39, D220 (launch)
Y39, D227 (Kerbin departure)
Y44, D288 (Sarnus orbit insertion)
Y44, D290 (Ovok orbit insertion)

Cluster of probes meeting WiM-10

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The width of the probe cluster required a fairing that encapsulated the second stage in order to mitigate aerodynamic issues.

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Lander cluster docking

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Orbiter cluster docked (equipped with scanners)

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29-minute burn (7 minutes with 4x physics warp)

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Planned trajectory after correction on Y44, D57

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Made a comparison of KASDA's interplanetary flagships with Kronal Vessel Viewer

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Mission 153: Tachi Maru flight 01 (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4)

Y39, D343 (Duna departure)
Y40, D138 (estimated Kerbin arrival)

Spoiler

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Mission 163: Akagi Base modules 01 + 02 (MIKU-13 + 14), WiM-11 + 12

The first modules of a Duna colony ("Red Castle"), along with two wheeled mining units (each for Duna and Ike), to be docked with the Nozomi Maru.

Mass: 56114 kg (total)

Launch vehicle: Kappa-2

The Kappa-2 launcher (7.5 m diameter) was developed to launch multiple surface base modules at the same time. It has a maximum capacity of over 100 tonnes to LKO, and is (almost) fully reusable.

(SpaceY + SpaceY Expanded)

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A big stack

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Kappa-2 first stage returned

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Second stage rendezvous

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The modules were docked one at a time

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After docking

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The second stage has an inflatable heat shield for re-entry

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Final descent is about 15 m/s

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It is -almost- fully reusable because the inflatable heat shield serves as a crash cushion.

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Mission 164: Nozomi Maru flight 02 (Part 1, Part 2Part 3)

Y39, D417 (Kerbin departure)
Y40, D195 (Estimated Duna arrival)

The second trip of an interplanetary freighter

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Mission 160: Project DIVA F 2nd / Negi Maru flight 02 (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9)

Designing Interplanetary Vehicle Architecture with Fission propulsion, 2nd mission. Jool 5 expedition with 8 Kerbals.

First, the landing on Pol.

Y40, D55 (Jool orbit insertion with Tylo gravity assist)
Y40, D84 (Pol orbit insertion)
Y40, D85 (Pol landing)
Y40, D85-94 (mining and refueling at Pol)

Tylo's gravity helps the Negi Maru slow down in the Jool system

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Orbit to rendezvous with Pol

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Pol orbit insertion

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Initial orbit, which was lowered to a ~10 x 10 km orbit (high-concentration ore deposits shown)

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Low Pol orbit

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The first person to descend to the surface would be Bob.

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A small world with many peculiar terrain features.

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Returning to orbit, still a lot of propellant left

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The next task was to mine and refuel the Negi Maru. Some fuel was transferred from the mothership to WiM-10.

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Jeb and Bill went on the miner, while Jool Rabbit 1 was redocked

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Mining took a few days, and was reliant on fuel cells

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First refueling

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Second refueling

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Jeb and Bill went back to the mothership, which now had enough propellant to travel to various moons before refueling.

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Mission 160: Project DIVA F 2nd / Negi Maru flight 02 (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9)

Designing Interplanetary Vehicle Architecture with Fission propulsion, 2nd mission. Jool 5 expedition with 8 Kerbals.

Landing four Kerbals on Laythe.

Y40, D95 (Negi Maru Pol departure)
Y40, D104 (WiM-9 Pol departure)
Y40, D106 (Negi Maru Laythe arrival and landing)
Y40, D120 (estimated WiM-9 Bop arrival)

Leaving Pol

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Trajectory towards Laythe

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The WiM-9 miner had another destination: Bop. Negi Maru would meet up later on.

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Laythe orbit insertion

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60 x 60 km parking orbit

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Valentina, Tiella, Anelle, and Negy transferred to Jool Rabbit 2

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Atmospheric entry (de-orbit was performed with RCS)

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Parachutes and legs deployed, shield jettisoned

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Photoshoot taken on the next noon at Laythe (with less dark cloud cover) (Y40, D108)

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Another look at the landing site

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Mission 160: Project DIVA F 2nd / Negi Maru flight 02 (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9)

Designing Interplanetary Vehicle Architecture with Fission propulsion, 2nd mission. Jool 5 expedition with 8 Kerbals.

Landing a Kerbal on Vall.

Y40, D112 (Negi Maru Laythe departure)
Y40, D113 (Negi Maru Vall arrival)
Y40, D114 (Vall landing)
Y40, D120 (WiM-9 Bop arrival)

Planned orbital transfer to Vall

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Leaving Laythe (Negi Maru will come back for the four Kerbals on the surface)

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Arriving at Vall

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25 km orbit

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Camlorf takes Jool Rabbit 1 down to the surface

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3 down, 2 to go

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Take-off and rendezvous

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6 days later - WiM-9 reaches orbit around Bop

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The gravity is low enough, and the delta-v is more than enough for easy inclination changes.

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Cool thread. I wish I had seen it a while a ago. Nice to see the Jool mission going well. I'm thinking about doing a Jool mission and looking for inspiration.

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Mission 160: Project DIVA F 2nd / Negi Maru flight 02 (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9)

Designing Interplanetary Vehicle Architecture with Fission propulsion, 2nd mission. Jool 5 expedition with 8 Kerbals.

Landing Kerbals on Bop, and refueling the Negi Maru again.

Y40, D123 (Negi Maru Vall departure)
Y40, D131 (Negi Maru Bop arrival)
Y40, D132 (Rendezvous with WiM-9, Jool Rabbit 1 and WiM-9 landings)
Y40, D134 (First refueling of Negi Maru in Bop orbit)

Trajectory from Vall to Bop

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Leaving Vall

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Arriving at Bop

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Orbit was changed to rendezvous with WiM-9. Not a problem with large delta-v margins and a low-gravity body.

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After WiM-9 was docked, Bill took Jool Rabbit 1 down to the surface.

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Take-off

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WiM-9 has some oxidizer and liquid fuel left over from the last mining trip, so it is used to completely refuel Jool Rabbit 1 for its final task: landing on Tylo and returning to orbit.

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Camlorf and Bill mining at a high concentration of ore near the north pole

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Refueling the Negi Maru for the third time in this expedition

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Great, keep it up mate, I'm resting from Kerbal for a while now...

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Mission 153: Tachi Maru flight 01 (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4)

Y40, D138 (Tachi Maru Kerbin insertion)

Spoiler

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Mission 160: Project DIVA F 2nd / Negi Maru flight 02 (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9)

Designing Interplanetary Vehicle Architecture with Fission propulsion, 2nd mission. Jool 5 expedition with 8 Kerbals.

The hardest challenge: landing the first Kerbal on Tylo. With the most daring return ever.

Y40, D136 (second refueling in Bop orbit)
Y40, D149 (Negi Maru Bop departure)
Y40, D169 (Negi Maru Tylo arrival)
Y40, D170 (Jool Rabbit 1 Tylo landing)

Planned transfer trajectory from Bop to Tylo

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WiM-9 refueling for a second time over Bop

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Four days later, WiM-9 is left uncrewed in orbit after a third mining run on Bop

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Leaving Bop

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Arrival at Tylo

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~30 km orbit

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Jebediah takes the lander for its final trip

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Landed on the highest-gravity moon in the Kerbol system

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Planting the flag (before it falls down). Now for the hard part.

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The issue: much of the lower stage's propellant was spent.

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The ascent stage detaches

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Because of underestimated gravity and cosine losses, the stage runs out of liquid fuel and oxidizer long before it reaches orbit. It also uses the rest of its monopropellant.

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Thus, the last resort is taken. Jeb uses his EVA pack to achieve orbit.

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To save time and Jeb's EVA propellant, the Negi Maru executes a maneuver (~30 m/s) to rendezvous.

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Welcome back, Jeb.

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