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Kerbal Space Program
 
24/Feb/14
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    First docking.
 

First Mun Landing 25/Feb/14

Pic:Kerbal Space Program    First Munlanding. (Thanks to MJ for rocket design)
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Ronner Kerman climbing down to the Mun.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    A small step for a Kerbal.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Jump!
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Dedicated to all lives lost (or saved) in Quickloads.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Heading back home.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Splashdown on Kerbin.
 
28/Feb/14
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Jeb spacewalking from the station to the shuttle as he is needed back at KSC.
 
07/Mar/14
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Shuttle docking at the station.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Shuttle landing at KSC runway.
 
08/Mar/14
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    1st landing on Minmus with a rover.
 

Rover to Duna 12/Mar/14

Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Duna Rover on upper stage + braking stage beeing refuelled in orbit.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Arriving in Duna orbit.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Prepairing to land.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Landed!
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Analyzing a rock.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Polar ice cap ahead.
 

Lander to Minmus 16/Mar/14

Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Big lander on Minmus.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Crew posing
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Precision landing, the rover was just a few hundred meters away.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    EVA RCS beats walking.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Returning home.
 

Rover to Eve 16/Mar/14

Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Rover arriving at Eve.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Aerobraking
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Looks as if the landing rockets were not needed...
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Soft landing.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Putting a wheel in the water on a nearby lake.
 

Rover to Laythe 23/Mar/14

Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Flying to Jool.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Aerobraking in Jools atmosphere.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Rover landed on Laythe, remains of the skycrane on the right.
 

Mission to Duna 06/Apr/14

Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Assembling the ship: combine a modified heavy lander with two big fuel tanks and a connecting stage. A bit overengineered, maybe...
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Throttle up!
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Arriving at Duna with Ike in our way.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Jeb checking the ship before undocking the lander to land on Ike.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    And we've landed on Ike!
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Feet on Ike, sight on Duna! Soon...
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Started from Ike, docked with the ship, flew over to Duna, undocked, and now preparing to land.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Opening the chutes.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Looking out of the window a few metres above the surface.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    We have landed and Jeb is climbing down the ladder.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Small steps for a Kerbal.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    1 Flag, 3 Legends.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    A rover would have been nice...
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Sunrise on Duna.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Sandstorm coming (or maybe I installed a cloud mod). Time to go home.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Started from Duna, docked with the ship, refuelled the lander and put all the rest of the fuel in one tank, docked lander with this tank, the rest of the ship remains in Duna orbit. And then throttle up back to Kerbin! (Yes, one leg was damaged and would not fold back.)
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Arriving on Kerbin... ups wrong direction, reentry may be a little bit hot... but there was still enough fuel to try a precision landing.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Yes, that's what we call precision.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    3 heroes back home.
 

Munbase Alpha 1/Apr/14

Pic:Kerbal Space Program    First attempt at a Mun-Base.
 

Landing at Moho 18/Apr/14

Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Simple lander at Moho, just a test for the next mission bascially.
 

Visiting the Jool System including a manned Laythe landing 21/Apr/14

Pic:Kerbal Space Program    We have a liftoff! The Lander connected to the central stage is launched.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    4 more launches to add enough fuel tanks and engines.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Bill checks out the ship before departure.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Course to Jool laid in, engines at max!
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Many months later, the ship arrives at Jool, ready for aerobraking. One fuel tank has already been discarded.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    The orbit after aerobraking was good enough to get captured by Laythe after just a few orbits.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    The lander has separated, prepare for descent.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Through the clouds, looking for a nice spot to land.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Touchdown.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    As usual, Jeb does the small step.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    It's a bit cold, but Jeb and Bill enjoy the fresh air.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Nice beach! Jeb is going for a swim.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    AAAAAAH, saltwater below 0 deg, that IS cold...
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Jool though the clouds, solar eclipse about to happen.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Jool at night.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Heading back home, with the two boosters to be separated later, the lander has just about enough punch to get back to orbit.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    After docking with the central stage, the lander and one tank with about 50% fuel in it are undocked and join to form the return vehicle.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    The rest of the spacecraft will make a trip to the other moons to distribute some landers.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Arriving at Vall, Lander 1 is undocked, the rest of the craft continues.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    The first lander has arrived.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    For Tylo, the complete craft had to go into orbit, the lander alone did not have enough fuel to orbit and land all by itself. In fact, the lander had only just about enough fuel for deorbit and touchdown.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Pol and Bop then could both be serviced with a flyby.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Lander 3.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Lander 4.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    The window for the return trip has arrived.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    The central stage, all landers delivered, returns to Laythe orbit to map the moon.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Finally, Kerbin ahead.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    We're almost home!
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Jeb and Bill are eager to get proper food and to sleep in a big, comfy bed, so of course they land as close to home as possible.
 

Catching an Asteroid 03/May/14

Pic:Kerbal Space Program    Small ship with a claw and lots of fuel approaching an asteroid.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    First tank of fuel was spent on catching the rock, now about to burn a 2nd tank to lower the orbit.
 
Pic:Kerbal Space Program    The third tank and now we are in a low kerbin orbit.
 

Constructing a lander with attached big rover 16/May/14

Pic:Kerbal Space Program    After lots of more or less succesful experiments the new spaceship design is tested on the mun. The rover is attached below the lander and can drive away after decoupling.
 

 

 
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