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  1. Duna or Bust Pre-Flight Available Funds: $376,539 Parts List: Mk16 Parachute ($422) Mk1 Command Pod ($600) 2 Kelus-LV Bay Mobility Enhancer ($440) 2 Mk-2R Radial-Mount Parachute ($400) 8 Sepratron 1 ($75) Advanced Inline Stabilizer ($1200) FL-T400 Fuel Tank ($500) 3 LT-05 Micro Landing Strut ($200) LV-909 "Terrier" Liquid Fuel Engine ($390) 2 TR-18A Stack Decoupler ($400) 3 Mk1 Liquid Fuel Fuselage ($550) LV-N "Nerv" Atomic Rocket Motor ($10000) 3 Aerodynamic Nose Cone ($240) 3 FL-T800 Fuel Tank ($800
  2. Charon Refueler Pre-Flight Available Funds: $376,539 Vehicle Parts List: 1 Clamp-O-Tron Shielded Docking Port ($400) 1 FL-T200 Fuel Tank ($275) 1 FL-T400 Fuel Tank ($500) 1 FL-T800 Fuel Tank ($800) 1 Z-1k Rechargeable Battery Bank ($880) 1 RC-001S Remote Guidance Unit ($2250) 1 Advanced Inline Stabilizer ($1200) 1 TR-18A Stack Decoupler ($400) 1 C7 Brand Adapter - 2.5 m to 1.25 m ($800) 1 Rockomax Jumbo 64 Fuel Tank ($5750) 1 RE-15 "Skipper" Liquid Fuel Engine ($5300) 4 TT-38K Radial Decoupler ($600) 4 BACC
  3. Kerbinational Space Station Post-Flight Launch Time: 10:37 AM, May 31, 2017 Team Present: Kenny Sorlie, Sam Papaleo, Jon Mura Flight Log: t+ 0 launch at half throtle t+ 50 Begun to rotate east to 80o t+ 2:05 Jettisoned 3 outer liquid rockets, cut throttle t+ 3:53 Begun burning prograde near apoapsis until in orbit t+ 4:38 Cut thrust, now in orbit t+ 5:31 Opened Solar Panels and Communatron t+ 13:30 Burned Pro-grade at the apoapsis until the periapsis reached ~137 km. Apoapsis is at ~139 t+ 14:20 Transferred liquid fuel and oxidizer i
  4. Kerbinational Space Station Pre-Flight: Available Funds: $366,244 Vehicle Parts List: 4 Rockomax Jumbo-64 Fuel Tank ($5750) 1 Rockomax X200-32 Fuel Tank minus fuel ($1531) 3 Nose Cone Mk7 ($450) 2 PPD-10 Hitchhiker Storage Container ($4000) 1 PPD-12 Cupola Module ($3200) 4 RE-M3 "Mainsail" Liquid Fuel Rockets ($13000) 3 AV-R8 Winglet ($640) 3 AV-T1 Winglet ($500) 3 TT-38K Radial Decoupler ($600) 6 EAS-4 Strut Connectors ($42) 1 Clamp-O-Tron docking Port Sr. ($980) 1 Clamp-O-Tron Shielded Docking Port ($400)
  5. "Hyperion" Satellite Post-Flight Launch Time: 11:11 AM, 5/18/17 Team Present: Jonathan Mura, Kenny Sorlie (Sam Papaleo present for start of launch) Flight Log: t=4 - First stage thrusters at max t=21 - Turned off liquid thruster t=1:07 - Ejected solid boosters and aimed towards the east t=1:20 - Full liquid thrusters t=1:51 - Turned off liquid thrusters t=2:45 - Full thrusters at 15o above the horizontal t=3:10 - Levelled to 0o prograde t=3:41 - Cut thrusters until apoapsis reached t=4:19 - Full thrusters at apoapsis t=
  6. "Hyperion" Satellite Pre-Flight Available Funds: $256,182 Vehicle Name: Hyperion Vehicle Parts List: 2 Rockomax Jumbo-64 Fuel Tank ($5750) 1 Rockomax X-200-16 Fuel Tank ($1550) 2 S1-SRB-KD25K "Kickback" Booster ($2700) 1 RE-M3 "Mainsail" Liquid Fuel Engine ($13000) 1 RE-I5 "Skipper" Liquid Fuel Engine ($5300) 8 RV-105 RCS Thruster Block ($620) 2 Stratus-V Roundified Monopropellant Tank ($200) 1 FL-R25 RCS Fuel Tank ($600) 1 RC-001S Remote Guidance Unit ($2250) 1 Z-1k Rechargeable Battery Bank ($880) 2 Gigantor XL
  7. Team Name: MuraLeo Inc. Available Funds: $70,549 Vehicle Name: The Traveller Mk 3 Vehicle Parts List: 1 Mk. 1 Command Pod $600, 1 FL-T400 Fuel tank $500, 4 FL-T800 Fuel tank $800, 3 TR-18A Stack Decoupler $400, 3 RV-105 RCS Thruster Block $620, 1 Mk.16 parachute $422, 5 RT-10 "Hammer" Booster $400, 3 Mk-12R Radial Mount Drogue Chute $150, 1 LV-909 "Terrier" Liquid Fuel Engine $390, 3 LV-T45 "Swivel" Liquid Fuel Engine $1200, 1 LV-T30 Liquid "Reliant" Fuel Engine $1100, 7 Aerodynamic Nose Cones $240, 3 AV-R8 Winglet $640, 3 LT-05 Micro Landing Strut $200, 3 TT-18A Launch Stabilit
  8. Launch Time: 11:27 AM, May 15, 2017 Members Present: Jonathan Mura, Kenny Sorlie, Sam Papaleo Flight Log: Ground: Activated Solid Fuel Thrusters Released Radial Stability Enhancers t=0:33, released solid fuel thrusters t=0:36, reached 10 km t=1:20, turned off liquid thrusters t=1:52, rotated to 15o above horizon t=2:22, full thrusters t=2:41, reached 50 km t=5:17, turned to 0o, full throtle t=5:19, detached liquid fuel thrusters, entered final stage t=5:53, stable orbit, 92 km Periapsis, 94 km Apoapsis t=7:00, Va
  9. SgtLongcoat

    Football to the Face

    Ouch, that looked like it hurt. I swear it looked like the poor bloke's eyeball got squished a little there. It's actually kind of interesting, because it shows just how much momentum was transferred from the ball to his face in such a short time, too.
  10. The square cube law only partially applies here. While it's true that within a SPECIES, larger organisms are less energy efficient, AS a species, larger species are actually more efficient and more likely to survive. While its entirely possible that Godzilla would collapse in on itself, it's also possible that, if it were to evolve naturally, it would actually have a fighting chance.
  11. I can think of two wild yet simple explanations, both probably incorrect but still worth thinking about. The first is that we're inside a computer simulation, and physics is just a giant attempt to understand what the computer is thinking. The second, and slightly more likely, is akin to folding a piece of paper and having an ant move from point a to point b instantly. Simply put, there are other dimensions that we don't fully understand yet, and because of those dimensions, it's possible to bend three dimensional space such that point a is technically touching point b, similar to an ant. This
  12. SgtLongcoat

    Mafia 3

    Does that mean that it gives collisions that would normally be seen as small a larger affect? For example, t-boning another car will actually damage your car pretty seriously too?
  13. What if it were only created in a specific space, such as inside a cube filled with some liquid that could have its density changed rapidly? Either that, or use some light emitting device to outline the image, then have it emit the light and move as necessary. Do you think either of those could work?
  14. My only question is do you think this will ever be practical? Given the precision of the instruments involved, if anything moved, the entire illusion would fail. What I'm wondering is if something like the Metal Gear Solid cloaking suit would ever be possible.
  15. This Thursday, the Irondequoit High School Philharmonic Orchestra and Choirs will be performing their major works concert at the St. Mary's Church, right next to the Geva theater. It's quite the interesting concert to perform, in that we're all playing in an unfamiliar venue, and have had only a single day where we ALL got together to practice. Oh, and it doesn't help that the acoustics in the church are terrible, arguably only a little better than the IHS gymnasium. Why are they terrible, you ask? Let me tell you. In a real theater or concert hall, the entire venue is designed with the a
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