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KSP - Brazanah Inc.

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Team Name: Brazanah

Available Funds: Brazanah: $311,109

Vehicle Name: To The Mun

Vehicle Parts List and Cost: 2 Mk 2 Radial Parachutes ($1400), Command Pod Mk1 ($600), mk16 parachute (422), 2 stack decouplers (1200), advanced SAS (1100), 3 FTL 400 Fuel Tanks (1275), 4 LT-1 Landing Struts (960), Telus LV mobility enhancer (100), LV 909 Liquid Fuel Engine (750), 6 FTL 800 Fuel Tanks (4800), 2 Radial Decouplers (1200), LVT 45 Engine (950), 2 LVT 30 Engines (1700), 2 External Fuel Ducts (500), 2 Mk25 parachutes (800), 4 AVR8 winglets (2000), RCS Fuel Tank (800), 4 RCS Thruster Packs (1800), 2 Sepratrons (200), 2 Radial separators (1400), 2 BACC fuel Boosters (1600), 4 Stability Enhancers (800) Total Cost: 15079

 

This is because we recovered the parts from To The Mun when we went to Minmus, excluding the solid boosters.

 

Design Goals: This rocket will put a Kerbal on the North Pole to search for the UFO.  After reaching orbit with the same method as before we will then be able to make a burn to re-enter and land on the north pole. From there we will search for the UFO.

Launch Goal: We are hoping to find the easter egg and gain funding.

Pilot Plan: The pilot begins with full ignition of the primary engines. First he separates from the solid boosters.Then he separates from those and uses the middle engine to achieve orbit, then he adjusts the orbit to be around the poles. Then he re-enters the atmosphere and lands on the polar ice cap.

Safety Rep: Charlie

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So you're trying to find a UFO at the North Pole... any idea how you're going to find it?  Strategies?  Fingers, toes and eyes crossed for luck?

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