Kerbal Space Program - Space Shuttle Development





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Published on Aug 3, 2012

In this episode, follow along as we try... TRY... to develop a launch vehicle that resembles the real-world NASA Space Shuttle system. With limited parts to choose from, but unlimited Kerbonauts to test with, the program proceeds as one might expect...

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Welcome back to Kerbal Space Program! In KSP, you're responsible for building, launching and flying rockets in your own fledgling space program on planet Kerbin. In the latest version (0.16), released on July 20th, the anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon walk, extra-vehicular activities (EVAs) have been added!

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Intro Music: "Five Armies" by Kevin MacLeod - incompetech.com

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I don't want to fly with Kurt Airlines...
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I miss the big red launch tower :\
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oh man i stop watching your videos a year ago and than forget about you Kurtjmac, now i see 94 videos and fu*k i stoped at 28 i should star watching again 
Ethan Sullivan
6:25 they got sad because the ride ended
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oh wow, the old intro, im getting a lot of nostalgia :)
Justin Pirmann
18:45 it's the challenger tradedy all over again
You sound like Jeff Goldblum...
Poly Flipped
Trial and error.emphasis on the error
"A not-so-dramatic game"? Huh? Remember all those times when you got nervous and sweaty palms when landing on the Mun and Minmus? That was dramatic. This game has more drama in it than any stupid CoD could ever have.
Alex Thielman
you could have added a powerful engine under the fuel tank in the middle of the boosters
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