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  1. I've been a little stressed out lately, here's my list: Radioactive (blame English class) Dragon Rider Victory Impossible Winged Hussars Freefall Any song from Power of Darkness Anthrology Don't ask why, but Hatoful Boyfriend's title theme
  2. I don't play trains simulator nor model but I do love building train based transit networks in Cities Skylines and making them as real as possible.
  3. Hello and welcome to the forums! I suggest you go to the DMP Thread and post it there as it will get more coverage and your problem will probably be solved quicker.
  4. Made the Electron in RO. Shoutout to @Zarbizaure for making the Rutherford engines required!
  5. @silentvelcroit's alright. I just don't want to update as I'm about to get a new computer, and my saves probably cannot handle a two version jump, and I also have an RSS/RO Save to configure
  6. First thing that comes to mind when I see this: Artemis Crew Lander (ETS). Just one small problem: I have 1.1.3
  7. Kessler Syndrome... That's why my save is either a: reusable rockets or b: have cores on stages and tugs to deorbit them. End result: Minmus has Kessler Syndrome now (should stop launching to Minmus)
  8. I see these caveman challenges are still going strong Need to do this again when I get 1.3.
  9. when you see beautiful, highly realistic pictures, but your system just can't take the beauty (EVE already drops my framerate down to like 10 fps)
  10. Please close CJSA- RP-0 Mission Report Also, where do i post to reopen?
  11. Geez, haven't posted here in a while. Anyway, I'm currently filming my latest Duna mission. Launched orbital hab and engines today. Only lander and crew to go before waiting for the window.
  12. November 1960: Sirius 2 Following the partial success of Sirius 1 was Sirius 2, the first manned mission to space. With the Soviets rumoured to have already begun a manned program, and knowing the progress of the US' Mercury program, the CJSA decided to act and show the world the technological genius of the Commonwealth. November 28, 1960: Pilot Alan Martinez is sealed into the Sirius capsule at LC-1. Lift-off occurred at 10:20 a.m, local time. Thousands had gathered at the launch site to see the soon-to-be astronaut launch. Booster seperation was nominal, the rocket having been extensively tested on the ground and during the launch of Sirius 1. Less than ten minutes after launch, Sirius 2 was released from the third stage of the Hawk B booster. Alan Martinez has become the first man in space. The picture above proved the Earth was round, and was published in major newspapers around the world throughout the week following the flight. Two and a half orbits later, Pilot Martinez initiated the deorbit burn over Africa using Sirius' OMS. A crewman on a ship in the Celebes Sea east of Indonesia captured the reentry trail of Sirius 2. Three hours and twelve minutes after lift off, Sirius 2 splashed down in the Pacific Ocean just north of the island of Papua. Alan Martinez, hitherto unknown, has just become one of the Western world's celebrities.
  13. I've only went interplanetary recently, and that was in RSS. Launching rockets is way too fun.
  14. February-October 1960: Setting the Pace Following the successful launch of Coronation 2 and its subsequent flyby of the moon, it passed into heliocentric orbit in February 1960. Coronation 2 transmitted some data back to Earth, before being commanded to shut down. But more was to come. In late March 1960, the upgraded Aurora L was finally unveiled for its first launch. The payload was a new experimental imaging satellite provided by the governments of the three CJSA nations.Launching into a polar orbit, the trajectory was designed to dump the first stage in the sea south of Indonesia. The Swift II upper stage performed flawlessly, and the payload was successfully placed into LEO. In April, LC-2 had its first launch carrying PSS-1 (Privately Sponsored Satellite 1), the first satellite placed into orbit by a private organisation. The Aurora L2 (Aurora L v2 with 2 Castor I motors) launching the satellite had been transported to the pad earlier that month. Launch was flawless and soon, the satellite ignited its OMS to place PSS-1 in its intended orbit. June 1960 brought a familiar rocket with a new payload. Perched on top of the Hawk B booster (An upgraded version of the booster which launched Coronation 2) was Sirius 1, the first complete capsule for Project Sirius. The second stage was the Swift IB booster, a derivative of the original Swift I made for the original Aurora L. The engines, having been shared with both the Swift series and the Agena series in the United States, performed as expected. Release from the third stage. Following successful tests of manoeuvrability and its OMS, the capsule reentered the atmosphere. Unfortunately, not only was the capsule severely off course, but the parachute deployed too early, resulting in loss of payload when the capsule struck the ground in the Congo at 130 m/s. Due to that, a mission was hurriedly prepared from an Aurora L that was being built for PSS-2 (Now PSS-3), managing a launch in August. This mission would fulfil a contract to recover an object from Earth orbit and to test the parachute again, as things didn't go quite so well last time. The mission was successful and the staff got back to work finishing PSS-3. The delayed PSS-3 was finally launched in October, reaching its 530km polar orbit successfully an hour after launch. With these missions now completed, only a few missions remain on the manifest to be launched in 1960-Early 1961. One of them was Sirius 2...
  15. When you combine mods, anything is possible. (KK Launchers Pack, NEBULA Decals)
  16. Images aren't showing up. EDIT: Disregard, my browser was playing up.
  17. So, it turned out I hadn't installed CTT. I installed it today and broke my launchers, so this will be on hold while I get my save sorted out.
  18. 1959-1960: Coronation 2 While the new launch site in Semporna was being built, the world was not standing still. Both the United States and the Soviet Union had gotten probes into orbit. Worse, both had already made flybys of the moon. The CJSA's response was Coronation 2- A backup Coronation 1 bus on a bigger rocket. Although ready by August 1959, an issue with the US-sourced Agena delayed the launch until January 1960. Lift-off occurred on January 23rd 1960. 0th Stage separation 1st Stage Separation. Unlike older rockets, Coronation 2 utilised hot-staging, firing the upper stage engine before the lower stage was expended- saving weight in the form of ullage rockets. Coronation 2 arrived in a 159km x 179km orbit on its Agena stage. One orbit later, the TLI burn was initiated. Separation of the probe in Lunar SOI. The Agena would eventually make a course correction using its RCS to make the depleted stage a lunar impactor. While the Agena impacted the moon... Coronation 2 gathered science data and photographs from the far side of the moon, before being flung out into a heliocentric orbit. The success of Coronation 2 greatly boosted morale in the program, and soon, more launches were planned for the moon, and for the upcoming Project Sirius.
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