The OOPS program has primarily been scraping science from all the nooks and crannies of the Mun and Minmus, and has been doing so with previously-revealed designs. Recently, though, we've created a few new ships that are worthy of display as time and technology has proceeded.
The Augustus Class lander was sent to the Mun as an experiment, but the design has proven cumbersome. As less and less science can be found at the equator, we have been turning our attentions to the poles, which will require smaller, nimbler craft with more d/v punch (as a recent mission near-failure at the Munar poles proved to Mission Control).
We have two science stations (Starlab I and III classes) around Minmus now, one at the Mun (Starlab I class), and one (Starlab II class) at Kerbin itself.
With the upcoming window to Duna, we have been designing the Dunakhod rover, which represents the pinnacle of Kerbal research and development. Early tests have proven that the design is effective, and we are confident that we'll be receiving a lot of telemetry from Duna in the near future.
We have developed and landed the first extraplanetary gas station, the Tin Man, on Minmus. It will be bringing back 1003 ore as necessitated by contractual obligation, and after that it will begin stocking the Kerbin Starlab with much-needed fuel.
Our safety record is presently top-notch. No Kerbals have been lost even though we've had several million dollars' worth of engineering failures, and we've rescued a lot Kerbalnauts stranded in orbit from other, inferior, space programs. These brave (and formerly hungry) souls have been excellent additions to the program, as many of them possess a certain fearlessness.#oops #kerbalspaceprogram #ksp