Tag Archive: Splashdown

Jul 07 2018

Low-Altitude Science Survey 35

Crews take a 2,000km+ journey to gather meteorological data over Zone 6-7DD, an area of open water not yet researched by balloon flight and the furthest yet from KSC

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Jun 27 2018

High-Altitude Science Survey 46

Hitching a ride on a temperature survey over Area PB-G4, more Mystery Goo heads up into the atmosphere for additional tests of its ability to go into a protective stasis

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Jun 20 2018

Progeny Mk6 Block II Flight 1

The debut flight of the powerful Block II version of the Mk6 sets out to see if its design proves capable of reaching space and possibly exploring a new region if it can pass through the hazardous radiation found above the planet

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Jun 08 2018

Ascension Mk1 Block I Flight 1

Our first orbit-capable rocket makes its debut flight after months of testing and development and a few false starts leading up to launch. The hopes of this flight lie upon an engine that has seen a lot of use already in testing…

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May 18 2018

Low-Altitude Science Survey 34

After a near-disaster in the southern sea, specialists Bob & Bill head north to Sector B-C49 to perform similar temperature gathering in a body of water that can be just as unpredictable & dangerous

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May 11 2018

Low-Altitude Science Survey 33

Specialists Bob & Bill brave the southern sea a second time after their first attempt to reach Zone 60P-5X nearly ended in disaster thanks to a strong storm

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May 08 2018

Progeny Mk6 Block I Flight 4

Although threatened by weather on both launch and landing the latest flight for the Mk6-I was a complete success despite some technical issues during the freefall back to Kerbin. It also may have discovered the edge of the hazardous radiation region

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May 02 2018

Progeny Mk6 Block I Flight 3

With success on the last flight everyone was confident in a good return for this one as well, launching a heavier payload mass and greater inclination that would lower its apokee as we continued to explore the region of high radiation levels above the planet

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Apr 26 2018

Progeny Mk6 Block I Flight 2

After failing to recover the first Mk6, airbrakes have been added to the third stage to hopefully allow for a safe chute deploy. The rocket also flies further south to continue exploring the hazardous radiation region

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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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