Tag Archive: Probe

Jul 29 2020

High-Altitude Science Survey 68

After flying out to the Kongo River base, the team takes a ~450km trek via UTV to the center of Kerbin’s largest plain to release a balloon for Kip Engineering over Area GQP7-S

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Jul 22 2020

Low-Altitude Science Survey 60

The crew head to sea once again to release two balloons over Sector QH-T96 for Flooyd Dynamics Research Lab, to study how wind patterns through the isle straits affect Kerblantic storm development

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Jul 07 2020

High-Altitude Science Survey 67

Joining a month-long science expedition out to the Badlands, the crew releases two balloons over separate locations near Area F-CDSX for Reaction Systems Ltd

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Jun 29 2020

Low-Altitude Science Survey 59

After some overland traversals the crew changes gears and ships out aboard a maritime service vessel to do a release over the ocean at Area G0-XK8 for L-Tech Scientific Industries

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Jun 23 2020

Ascension Mk1 Flight 13 (Radiation Field Study 11)

Similar to a past mission, the unkerbed capsule will carry science instruments into space this time up into the inner radiation belt while also testing new shielding that could help protect crew on future flights

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Jun 05 2020

Low-Altitude Science Survey 58

With support from Kravass the crew takes on another UTV traversal, heading out to Sector P-7NG4 north of the Wall to gather data about the weather boundary the terrain uplift causes

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May 12 2020

High-Altitude Science Survey 66

Hitching a ride with a deep-sea expedition to the northern sea, the release over Sector Q-0ZN5 for Tetragon Projects will gather data from the heights as opposed to the depths

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May 11 2020

Low-Altitude Science Survey 57

The longest overland trek to date using Utility Task Vehicles saw two releases, one each over Zone 88TN-K & Site WQ90-B to gather weather and atmospheric data for CTC Exploration

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Mar 18 2020

High-Altitude Science Survey 65

After making initial observations last year, the Field Research Team returned to the Tundra with more balloons and equipment for additional study of the atmospheric radiation from the outer belt

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Feb 25 2020

Low-Altitude Science Survey 56

Although we were able to save costs making the trip to Site 0-C75S for CTC Exploration via a supply vessel it took the team over two weeks before they could make the return voyage!

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