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Video Discussion: Kerbal Space Program - How To Land Your Rovers

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Name: Kerbal Space Program - How To Land Your Rovers

Category: Kerbal Space Program

Date Added: 24 May 2014 - 04:27 PM

Submitter: FizziksGuy

Short Description: None Provided

I had some people ask about the best way to land a complex rover as part of a mission. In the Apollo missions the rover was attached to the side of the lander, but manned rovers in KSP tend to be a lot bigger so this becomes a lot hearder, here's a comparison of ideas.

Unfortunately there's some video glitches in this that I can't easily fix (hours of work), hopefully it's not too annoying.

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