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Here you can find all of KASA's best missions, as well as snapshots from those missions.

The Kerbin Space Station, v1 (Retired)

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The most recent picture of the station

This mission is to test my docking skills, as well as my skills to put things into orbit.

This mission required a special rocket, and I wanted something sort-of realistic, so I modeled my Eagle rocket off of the Falcon rockets, by SpaceX.

The Eagle rocket takes any module I need, and even functions as a shuttle from the station and Kerbin.

This station has no scientific value, as it is being built in sandbox mode.

VIDEO OF A MODULE BEING ADDED:

The Eagle Project (Retired)

The Eagle Project is a series of rockets that brings modules and Kerbals alike to the KSS (read above).

Eagle I (retired)

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The Eagle I was used to test bringing small to medium payloads into a 100km orbit. It could, but with only a few units of fuel left.

Eagle Heavy (Retired)

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The Eagle Heavy is used to bring anything to the KSS. It is used to carry the Eagle Shuttle (no picture) to carry 3 Kerbals to the station, and back.

Magna (active)

Magna is another spacecraft to get stuff to the KSS.

Magna I (retired)

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Magna I sent the first Hydra craft to the KSS. Magna I was very unreliable, as seen in the video below.

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Hydra is the new shuttle to the KSS. It lands like the Dragon, v2 by SpaceX: rocket power.

Hydra v1 (active)

Hydra v1 is a proof of concept, and has gone many minor tweaks to perfect it since the video above.

(picture soon)

The Pluto Project (retired)

The Pluto Project was a series of missions to put Kerbals on both moons of Kerbin. It was my first successful landing and return from either moon (legitimately).

The Pluto Project then turned into a mission to build a base on Minmus, but after a few modules were placed, more focus on the KSS. All crew at the Minmus Base were returned to Kerbin on a Pluto VII rocket on July 27, and further plans for the Pluto Project are on hold.

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Minmus base (photo 1)

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Minmus base (photo 2)

The Frontier Space Station (active)

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Edited by KASA Space

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