Tag Archive: 0.625m

Feb 16 2018

Progeny Mk6 Block I Flight 1

The debut flight of the Mk6 Block I goes off without a hitch, setting new records for speed and height over Kerbin but the extra velocity has made recovery even more difficult despite extra preparations

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Feb 15 2018

High-Altitude Science Survey 40

Specialists Bob & Bill embark on another long distance sea voyage to gather temperature data over Sector PHCV-843 near the Great Desert for Probodobodyne Inc

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Feb 04 2018

Low-Altitude Science Survey 32

Specialists Bob & Bill take a sea voyage out to Site DAW-LEG to gather temperature data for Kip Engineering

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Jan 28 2018

Low/High-Altitude Science Surveys 31/39

Specialists Bob & Bill use every available mode of transportation – land, sea and air – to carry out two balloon releases far west of KSC over Sector GV-001 and Site 0B-RZ

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Jan 25 2018

Progeny Mk5 Block I Flight 4

The first flight of 2018 takes the Progeny to new heights as we test out what we felt were our best ascent procedures to date, shattering several records along the way and increasing our knowledge of space flight

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Jan 19 2018

Low-Altitude Science Survey 30

Specialist Bob is dropped off on the way home from another balloon mission to release a temperature survey balloon for Rockomax Conglomerate over Zone 9-LM7

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Jan 17 2018

High-Altitude Science Survey 38

Specialists Bob & Bill make their longest overland journey yet over 400km north towards Kravass to release a pressure-monitoring balloon over Site GLE-F8 for Experimental Engineering

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Dec 14 2017

Progeny Mk5 Block I Flight 3

The final flight of 2017 saw a triumphant return to space with a redesigned Block I solving many of the issues that plagued the previous flight, although it also introduced some new ones. The quest continues…

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Dec 13 2017

Civvie Flight Control Test 1

Captain Jebediah cruises around KSC while testing out very basic software that will hopefully allow the aircraft to hold itself level in both pitch and roll without direct pilot input

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Dec 07 2017

High-Altitude Science Survey 37

Specialists Bob & Bill travel to Ockr once again to test data relay through to KSC, this time launching from land over Zone 8CH2-L to ensure line of sight to Ockr during ascent

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