Click below to see these crazy robots in action...
Check out the video demo in the article.
This guy's a class C and is actually on a collision course with Kerbin. I'm sitting on it with about 1200 m/s still in the tank (that includes the mass of the asteroid). I will be able to deflect it for sure, and I'm feeling pretty confident about a capture.
I'll post more pictures at the conclusion of the mission, success or fail.
PS: Love the big parts. The new engine effects are awesome, even on low thrust.
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