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Casei Magnus
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Fly around this interior 3D scan of Apollo 11's Command Module, Columbia.

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The Apollo 11 Command Module, “Columbia,” was the living quarters for the three-person crew during most of the first manned lunar landing mission in July 1969. On July 16, 1969, Neil Armstrong, Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin and Michael Collins were launched from Cape Kennedy atop a Saturn V rocket.
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Many poems were written today by the Spacedock crew about the spectacular Solar Eclipse. Docking with the Spacedock is Munlab II, returning from a 400+ day exploration of the Mun. On their way to Spacedock they picked up Pare Kerman, who had been left alone for over 330 days in a 1.3M meter orbit around Kerbin to finish up her studies of Minmus. These five intrepid astronauts will return to the surface with their valuable science payload to receive their accolades and promotions, and then will return to the Spacedock to act as trainers for new recruits. Spacedock has also been upgraded with a hydroponics module, ensuring fresh snacks for years to come.

#kerbalspaceprogram #ksp #eclipse  
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The latest Centurion from #mischief and #photoshop .
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An extremely old rose bush in my front yard.
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A work in progress in #Sculptris.
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Some of the ZPS Sapid Cerebrum map, Release Candidate 3
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My apologies for the "non-KSP" post but I thought you cats might enjoy this, and it's "mostly" on-topic.

Experience the Apollo 11 landing in real time with all the communication loops, including flight video, Armstrong's heart rate, angle of lander, and all the 1202 alarms you can shake a strut at.
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+DKMSH8R Yeah; they were about three miles off target, and about to land in a boulder field. Armstrong took manual control and put them down with about 15-25 seconds of fuel left over. Sources vary.

Per "Armstrong: A Life In Flight" Neil Armstrong had calculated how high off the ground he could be and land safely.
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Breaking News from the OOPS Program:

The SSTO Osiris II is undergoing testing and fuel balancing. It can make it to space, but not yet to orbit.

Spacedock is currently under construction - we've completed 3 flights at the cost of $1.4m. We're looking at doing the complete installation, but currently installed modules are Fabrication and Training, two habitats, the spinning habitat and the scout module. We've added a constructor drone, but it's kind of stupid and runs into things a lot. Overall, she's been a monster to construct, requiring multiple spacewalks from our trusty engineer Luwise Kerman, who braves the cold horrors of space to juggle RCS ports and strip extra parts off the delivery vehicles. The original solar battens were clipped speciously and they blew off into space when released. They were lost as debris in spite of two efforts to retrieve them, and the second flight had to bring the battens to bear. We've got all the TAC Life Support modules you can shake a stick at, which will go a long way toward making the station self-sufficient until the major station parts are in place.
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Some #mischief play. It's not quite finished, but it's getting there.
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For Dark Scion :)
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7 (mostly-idle) years in the making, the personally customized Surfer P-Bass is complete at last, and has that lovely 70's P-Bass Growl. The wave pick-guard was CNC milled from quarter-inch steel. While this picture has a difficult time conveying it, the stringers (aka stripes) appear to float in the varnish - heavy varnish was applied before painting them, then more varnish applied on top of that, giving it a 3D effect.
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Thanks, +adam akers! :D
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My dad's Christmas present - a digital painting I did of an OV-1 Mohawk.
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Interests: Tabletop Role Playing, Writing, Maps, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Horror, Classic Literature, Film as an Art, 50's Sci-Fi movies, Bad Horror Films, Old Time Radio Dramas, Science, Politics, Linguistics, Latin, Spanish, English, Geology, Anthropology, Archaeology, Punk Rock, Oceanography, Astronomy, History, Justice, Equality and the Civil War.
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