Kerbal Space Program Live – Sarnus Satellite Network SSTO – Part 2 – Manuever Struggles

KERBAL SPACE PROGRAM LIVE CHALLENGE! – Part 2: Executing The Plan. – It’s time to fly baby! Tonight we’re flying our new SSTO into space, and then hopefully getting it to Sarnus to deploy a Satellite network around the beautifully ringed gas giant, Sarnus.

This challenge, keep in mind, also involves RemoteTech, so we’ll need to account for signal delay for all of our maneuvers as well.

No refueling will be permitted during the flight, however, the plane does not need to be recoverable. Super awesome bonus if it is though. ­čÖé

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