Cloud Salamander X-V
Mass: 14.658 Cost: 162,966 Class: Kerbin Jet Crew: Phowig Kerman
We used Kerbnet and spotted an Anomaly over in the desert while searching for the Green Monolith.
Turned out to be the Desert Pyramid, had never actually been there in my years playing Kerbal.
Minmus Science Station
Mass: 641.412 Cost: 162,966 Class: Minmus Station and Lander Crew: Tedrim and Maya Kerman
We need some science, and we need it fast. Minmus is an untapped sphere of science.
We launched a science station with our best tech attached and our best pilot and scientist.
Sloth Scraper Asteroid Grabber
Mass: 334.459 Cost: 131,323 Class: Asteroid Redirect Ship Crew: Tedrim and Maya Kerman
Have you ever bitten off more than you could chew? Well we did at S.S.A.
After finally making contact with the Class E asteroid and grabbing it with the claw, we noticed that with the remaining fuel we could only slow said asteroid down by 2m/s which is practically nothing.
On the plus side we got to touch an asteroid.
LKO Kerbal Retrieval Unit – III
Mass: 108.463 Cost: 40,542 Class: LKO Kerbal Pickup Crew: None, until two
Finally we have brought back two Kerbals from the Mun. Along with them came some rocks we can analyze.
Mun Lander I
Mass: 203.140 Cost: 71,980 Class: Zero Atmosphere Lander Crew: Jebediah Kerman
The plan was to land on the Mun, plant a flag, gather some Mun dust, and at a minimum orbit the mun and wait for pickup.
Sadly that minimum was not met and Jebediah Kerman’s mangled corpse will forever sit on the Mun as the amount of remaining fuel was not enough to create an orbit around the Mun.
A moment of silence for Jebediah Kerman.
Communication Satellite Deployment System – I
Mass: 83.904 Cost: 59,427 Class: Pilot Assisted Satellite Deployment System Crew: Valentina Kerman
We attempted to make a satellite deployment system piloted by one of our kerbal cosmonaughts but it did not have enough fuel to establish an orbit.
The silver lining was we landed in the Desert.
Space Walker Mass: 42.435 Cost: 29,121 Class: Kerbal Transport Crew: Valentina Kerman
The first Kerbal to ever do a space walk landed safetly back onto Kerbin about an hour later.
It was a good day for science and Kerbalkind.
The Space Walker had 1 goal and it succeeded.
Iron Potato Mass: 42.962 Cost: 23,546 Class: Satellite
The first space craft launched without any issues. Dusting off the control boards over at command and re-remembering how space flight works.
It’s orbiting at 1,400KM at the equator, with one broken Antenna.