Tag Archive: Splashdown

Jul 20 2018

Progeny Mk6 Block I Flight 6

In order to possibly help lend credence to various theories on the hazardous radiation region above Kerbin, this rocket is sent up in the middle of the night cycle as opposed to our usual daytime launches

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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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