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Nov 15 2017

Low-Altitude Science Survey 29

Specialists Bob & Bill traverse overland to the West Shore Desert to gather temperature data from Zone DJSNM for use by Albert Kerman Industries

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Nov 08 2017

Low-Altitude Science Surveys 27 & 28

Specialist Bob launches from sea aboard MSV Lymun to gather pressure data from Site JF-455 and temperature data from Zone TR-001, suffering a partial & uncharacteristic failure during one ascent

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Nov 06 2017

Civvie Science Flight 30

Commander Valentina is tasked with a routine mission of gathering atmospheric samples around Area C82JB followed but conducting an aerial survey over Sector Q-S5B4

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Nov 03 2017

High-Altitude Science Survey 34

Specialist Bob travels 212km southwest of KSC to Zone 72R72X in order to launch a balloon into a large storm system & record data (but not recover the balloon) for Reaction Systems Ltd

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Nov 01 2017

Civvie Science Flight 29

Captain Jebediah carries out some follow-up measurements of pollen using the Atmospheric Fluid Spectro-Variometer for the Field Research Team over the area surrounding Sector SW64

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Oct 31 2017

Progeny Mk5 Block I Flight 2

Although the ascent did not go entirely as planned, a proper initial launch allowed the rocket to reach a staggering 493km up into space, far exceeding any and all expectations on its performance!

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Oct 25 2017

Civvie Science Flight 28

Commander Valentina heads north to do a brief survey around a mountain that some scientists from WinterOwl Field Research are looking to summit at Zone 7-04

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Oct 24 2017

Low-Altitude Science Survey 26

Specialists Bob & Bill set out for the longest overland trek in UTVs to date, looking to cover nearly 260km to make it to Area DRA55 to get low-altitude temperature data for Flooyd Dynamics

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Oct 20 2017

Progeny Mk5 Block I Flight 1

The debut of our new, more powerful Mk5 rocket was marred by weather and a launch anomaly that led to only part of the rocket leaving the launch pad, impacting the water 8km downrange with a total loss of the payload

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Oct 17 2017

High-Altitude Science Survey 33

Specialist Bob heads out to sea once again to satisfy a contract for Kerbodyne over Area H1S7 53km northwest of KSC, gathering temperature data from the upper atmosphere

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