Tag Archive: Success

Jun 10 2020

Deuce Science Flight 19

After help from meteorologist Katgan to plot their route, Commander Valentina and Captain Jebediah deploy dropsonde probes over a storm system out in the Kerblantic for the Kerbin Weather Service

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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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Apr 09 2020

Deuce Science Flight 18

Captain Jebediah and Commander Valentina, with meteorologist Katgan, deploy dropsonde probes over a developing storm system out in the Kerblantic for the Kerbin Weather Service

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Mar 20 2020

Ascension Mk1 Flight 12 (Captain Jebediah)

Foiled during his first attempt, Captain Jebediah faced additional hurdles before he was able to finally make his trip up into space, becoming the 3rd kerbal to venture beyond the atmosphere and gaze down upon our planet

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Mar 18 2020

Civvie Science Flight 41

Commander Valentina takes the Civvie out to measure atmospheric pollen levels in the region after the Civvie was repaired following her first attempt that ended up with a crash landing due to engine failure

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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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Feb 24 2020

Kerbin I

The first probe to orbit Kerbin, this served as a valuable test bed for operations, control, power, etc and even the mission itself, not going as planned, provided invaluable experience to our new orbital operations crew

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Feb 02 2020

High-Altitude Science Survey 64

Shipping out to a new island at Area J8209R recently formed by volcanism, the crew releases a meteo payload for Field Research Team to study the terrain’s effect on winds off the smooth water

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