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  2. Orion drive doesn't use fission fragments, it uses vaporized tungsten. It's also not particularly efficient, the main advantages are thrust and lack of containment issues, it's basically a thermal engine that runs at a ludicrously huge temperature. For true fission fragment propulsion, you're looking for an FFRE. Specific impulse is awesome, thrust sucks. Technically complex, but there are several concepts.
  3. Yes, and they also provide some power to my "engine" I love the old stuff.
  4. Nice. The PR I did is specifically for 1.8. It won't hurt having it in 1.7, but is absolutely necessary for 1.8
  5. You know if the delays continue at this rate I may graduate high school before I see SpaceX, Boeing, or Blue Origin launch anyone into space. It's great that we have a NET date finally, but wow, 2020...
  6. New releae, Updated initialization of vars to account for new Unity version used with KSP 1.8
  7. Dragon CRS-19, taken from Jetty Park (17 km away). Interestingly, we got almost the exact same weather and light than for CRS-16 a year earlier:
  8. More the overall phrasing. By mostly repeating the last thing you said, I wasn't entirely sure if you misunderstood what I said, or you were being sarcastic, or what.
  9. The car is mostly done, heading out to the track to try some different wheels.
  10. Just going to re-explain this but with images if that is ok. Here is step one as an expression(I may have done it wrong just going off of how I understood your explanation): Step two(the answer to this will be the variable z): step 4(Where y is the length of a mars year): And your answer will be Edit: always check the comment date before replying. Hope this will be able to help anyone else i guess
  11. You would not want to steal intellectual property from yourself now would you? Honestly it's probably a 10 line python script
  12. Yep. And I was fixing my argument using your data! (language barrier and context-less communication channels bitten us! Was the use of the "so" the problem? Honest question!)
  13. Awesome. Though it seems that the Antares II motor uses a slightly different shade of white than the rest of the rocket. Could you look into it? That said, it was gray on the real thing: A pure white skin for the Redstone would be appreciated, if you've got some room left.
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