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Aug 18 2017

High-Altitude Science Survey 24

Heading up into the central plains region, Specialists Bill and Bob lead a crew in 3 UTVs to camp out and await good weather for temperature readings over Sector PG-XF for Moving Parts Experts Group

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Aug 09 2017

High-Altitude Science Survey 23

Another combined land & sea mission, this time from the southern part of the continent, gathered temperature data for Moving Parts Experts Group over Site K-119E

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Aug 08 2017

Progeny Mk4 Flight 5

Lowering the first stage TWR to 2 failed to generate enough thrust to keep the rocket pointed east, and the flight was terminated shortly after launch when the rocket began to fly west over KSC

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Aug 08 2017

High-Altitude Science Survey 22

A marathon 14hr mission saw a launch from land & recovery from land although it was intended to be by sea, as temperature data was gathered over Zone 5-3S for Tiberdyne Aerospace

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Aug 04 2017

Progeny Mk4 Flight 4

Our second foray into space tested even slower launch speeds, taking off at 4Gs while carrying a new suite of payload instruments up into the void – FOR SCIENCE!

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Aug 03 2017

High-Altitude Science Survey 21

Not knowing how good the weather would be, Bill & crew stocked up for a 3-day mission to wait for good launch conditions to send up a balloon over Area X07TT for Periapsis Rocket Supplies Co

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Aug 01 2017

High-Altitude Science Survey 20

Heading over 100km out to sea, Specialist Bob & his crew handle the launch and recovery from Site L-7H1 to satisfy Tiberdyne Aerospace’s interest in temperature data

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Jul 25 2017

Low-Altitude Science Survey 18

Specialists Bill and Bob head north 38km to Sector QKRM in order to deploy a low-altitude balloon to gather temperature data for Armstrong, Siddeley and Royce Engineering

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Jul 14 2017

Progeny Mk4 Flight 3

Although it ultimately survived its trip into space, catastrophic events that unfolded during its ascent cast a heavy pall upon our achievement of breaking free of the atmosphere surrounding Kerbin at last

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Jul 06 2017

Low-Altitude Science Survey 17

Specialists Bill and Bob head north 23km to Eumon’s Tears in order to deploy a low-altitude balloon to gather temperature data for Kerbodyne

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