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Post by jb2512 on Tue Mar 19, 2013 7:45 pm

Hi,

I Know that the physics dept. are working hardly for the engineering and us, the kerbonauts!

But us, we don't really do a lot of things...So I decide to make this tread for the missions request of the other divisions. For examples, if one guy of the planetology division wants to make an ISA map of kerbin he tells it in this tread. One of the kerbonaut take the mission and he says it to the engineering dept. who build the rocket.

Your comments and suggestions are very welcome.

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Upcoming missions:

Eve Isothermalism Probe (E.I.P): (Physics dept. ''Majormarks'') [Kerbonaut: jb2512] engineer: Angel_Boy http://unikerbol.canadian-forum.com/t10-mission-investigating-the-atmospheric-temperatures-of-eve

KERBOSTATIONARY ORBIT EXPERIMENTAL VERIFICATION (KOEV): (Physics dept. '' BGraves'') [Kerbonaut: MoShY] engineer: MoShY http://unikerbol.canadian-forum.com/t8-mission-kerbostationary-orbit-experimental-verification

Project ORION: (planetology dept. ''Commander Error'') Kerbonaut: jb2512
engineer: Angel_Boy http://unikerbol.canadian-forum.com/t12-mission-project-orion

Atmospheric Thickness exaMination and Oxygen Semi-Lander (ATMOS) : (Physics dept. ''ROFLCopter64bit'') Kerbonaut: Anybody else?? If not I will take it.] engineer: Angel_Boy http://unikerbol.canadian-forum.com/t27-mission-atmospheric-thickness-examination-and-oxygen-semi-lander-atmos

Last Missions:
Short-range Orbital Research Operations, Section 2A "Mun" ( SRORO 2A): (planetology dept. ''FriedMünCake'') [Kerbonaut ''jb2512'' ]

Gravity-to-Size Recon Mission (G.S.R.M): (Physics dept. ''yanoo22'') [Kerbonaut: jb2512] engineer: MoShY http://unikerbol.canadian-forum.com/t9-mission-gravity-to-size-recon-mission-gsrm

Short-range Orbital Research Operations, Section 1A "Minmus" ( SRORO 1A): (planetology dept. ''FriedMünCake'') [Kerbonaut ''jb2512'' ]

kerbonauts needed!!!


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Re: The missions thread

Post by Yanoo22 on Tue Mar 19, 2013 7:49 pm

I would much love it if you could land 2 probes on Minmus and 2 on the Mun with the scientific instruments that gather data about the fields of gravity of both bodies.
I want 2 probes to be set at high altitude and low altitude to mesure differences in gravity. With this data I could mesure the diameter of the bodies and their density.

Engineers! We need you!

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Re: The missions thread

Post by jb2512 on Tue Mar 19, 2013 7:56 pm

Ok, nice I take the missions. I will talk to the engineering dept. for the rocket.

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Re: The missions thread

Post by Yanoo22 on Tue Mar 19, 2013 7:59 pm

Try to land these things at both the highest and lowest points you can find. The bigger te gap, the better the data.
The mission is called: Gravity-to-Size Recon Mission. G.S.R.M
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Re: The missions thread

Post by FriedMünCake on Tue Mar 19, 2013 8:20 pm

I need a Satellite around Minmus, polar orbit. If you have ISA Map Sat that would be good and you send me the file. Details VIA PM

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Re: The missions thread

Post by jb2512 on Tue Mar 19, 2013 8:25 pm

Ok, nice.

Just give me a mission name;)

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Re: The missions thread

Post by FriedMünCake on Tue Mar 19, 2013 8:34 pm

The Short-range Orbital Research Operations, Section 1A "Minmus" ( SRORO 1A)

I hope you don't mind, I will only be doing SRORO (Short ranged stuff) with the Kerbonaut Division, all Long Range ( Anything but Mün, Minmus and Kerbin. ) As we need a live Kerbal Planetologist on their missions. Not just computer data.

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Post by jb2512 on Tue Mar 19, 2013 8:40 pm

Ok, I put you as kerbonaut.

Oh, and went you will finish the mission told me, I will update the mission status.

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Re: The missions thread

Post by FriedMünCake on Tue Mar 19, 2013 8:51 pm

Oh, One more mission.
Short-range Orbital Research Operations, Section 2A "Mün"
Same as SRORO 1A but this time around the Mün.
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Post by jb2512 on Tue Mar 19, 2013 8:54 pm

Ok nice, add it.

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Post by MoShY on Tue Mar 19, 2013 9:11 pm

I'm working on the rocket for the gravity readings, is it ok if instead of a probe it's a rover.
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Re: The missions thread

Post by jb2512 on Tue Mar 19, 2013 9:15 pm

I talk to Yanoo22, he wants a probe, sorry.
Did I add you?

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Re: The missions thread

Post by Yanoo22 on Tue Mar 19, 2013 9:27 pm

I don't mind if it's a probe or a rover, I just need data from different specific altitudes.
Rovers could indeed be effective for the planetologists, and who knows, we may just as well end up getting some interesting data by getting some variety.
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Re: The missions thread

Post by jb2512 on Tue Mar 19, 2013 9:48 pm

Ho and I forgot to say that: When you will be finish the craft, sent it to me in PM.

If you use mods, tell me.

P.S.: FriedMünCake, did you need an engineer?

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As I said on the Official Forums:

Post by Majormarks on Tue Mar 19, 2013 9:58 pm

Like I said in the Official Forums, I'd like someone to run a mission to measure the temperature of Eve at various altitudes. Full details are in the thread, but it appears to have broken so I can't find it right now to copy paste it here.

Anyway; mission naming is up to the pilot, but I'd recommend something like "Eve Isothermalism Probe". I'd also recommend have multiple probes that can be detached and deorbited one by one; but that's once again up to the pilot/engineer.
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Re: The missions thread

Post by jb2512 on Tue Mar 19, 2013 10:01 pm

I take the mission for the kerbonaut and I will take the name that you give me.

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Re: The missions thread

Post by Yanoo22 on Tue Mar 19, 2013 10:09 pm

How's it going in the build for the GSRM?
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Re: The missions thread

Post by jb2512 on Tue Mar 19, 2013 10:21 pm

Just have to sent it to me, and it will be ready. And it's a rover.
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Re: The missions thread

Post by BGraves on Tue Mar 19, 2013 11:20 pm

I have a mission for aspiring Kerbonauts. It requires some very precise maneuvering.

KERBOSTATIONARY ORBIT EXPERIMENTAL VERIFICATION (KOEV)

I need a rocket (Any kind of rocket, doesn't matter size or nature) in orbit around Kerbin at an altitude of 2 857 627 meters. The orbit must be as close as possible to that altitude, and as circular as possible, as well as having an inclination as small as possible away from an equatorial orbit.

Please report to me, in a PM, what your apoapsis and periapsis were, the inclination, as well as the orbital geostationary period, a measure of approximately how long it took for the location directly beneath you to move 90 degrees (so it would be just over the horizon.

Thank you!

PS: It would probably be easier if each of these requests were individual topics. Maybe we could preface the topic title with [MISSION]?
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Post by Majormarks on Tue Mar 19, 2013 11:30 pm

BGraves wrote:I have a mission for aspiring Kerbonauts. It requires some very precise maneuvering.

KERBOSTATIONARY ORBIT EXPERIMENTAL VERIFICATION (KOEV)

I need a rocket (Any kind of rocket, doesn't matter size or nature) in orbit around Kerbin at an altitude of 2 857 627 meters. The orbit must be as close as possible to that altitude, and as circular as possible, as well as having an inclination as small as possible away from an equatorial orbit.

Please report to me, in a PM, what your apoapsis and periapsis were, the inclination, as well as the orbital geostationary period, a measure of approximately how long it took for the location directly beneath you to move 90 degrees (so it would be just over the horizon.

Thank you!

PS: It would probably be easier if each of these requests were individual topics. Maybe we could preface the topic title with [MISSION]?

This is a fantastic idea.
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Post by jb2512 on Tue Mar 19, 2013 11:33 pm

Add it.

And yes, I was figure out to change the name.
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Post by FriedMünCake on Wed Mar 20, 2013 4:57 am

Yes. But I imagine a simple rocket and a ISA Map Satellite will be sufficient.
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Re: The missions thread

Post by jb2512 on Wed Mar 20, 2013 7:48 am

The order post is a great idea but I will still updating the first post.

For the result, just tell to the kerbonaut where you want the result.

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Re: The missions thread

Post by Commander Error on Wed Mar 20, 2013 10:19 am

My first assignment to anyone.

//Duna Probe Landing, Mission Project ORION

Place a probe with temprature, pressure, and accelerometer sensors on the surface of Duna. Record max G-forces during re-entry and pressures at ~10km and on the ground.
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Re: The missions thread

Post by jb2512 on Wed Mar 20, 2013 7:03 pm

Add it.

The ''yanoo22'' mission will take place today!

We are still looking for engineers!!!

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