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AOSP or Advanced Orbiter Scenario Parser

Posted 07-12-2013 at 09:23 PM by SolarLiner (SolarLiner's Blog)

Here we go. Along with my Shuttle PB Mk2 project, I started this one with an idea: how simply can Orbiter scenarios can be handled ? The answer was definitely AOSP.

So, what is AOSP ?
It is a bunch of classes that allow developers using whatever .NET language to create, modify and save Orbiter Scenarios. It's a challenging project for me, and I sure will learn a lot about coding on this one too.
AOSP will provide the developer a nice set of classes, which are much easier...
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Phantom receives guests at Polygon

Posted 06-25-2013 at 10:17 AM by PhantomCruiser

John Kirby and Cleveland Davis stood just inside Polygon’s passenger terminal when the screeching of a hard-breaking golf cart diverted their attention towards the main doors. Maria Kolsov rushed in wearing her flight suit and flight bag, making a mad dash towards the woman’s restroom. A quick glance at each other with an implied shrug between them, they again watched the horizon through the massive terminal windows, looking for a speck to emerge out of the haze that would signal the arrival...
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New way to report Shuttle PB Mk2 bugs

Posted 06-02-2013 at 03:53 PM by SolarLiner (SolarLiner's Blog)
Updated 06-03-2013 at 03:31 PM by SolarLiner

Hi !
I worked on a Google Form to help you and me get the bug-report task easier.
So, you found any bug ? Let it posted here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1942...kiOfvVjdQZ2tHs

As for the dev, well, nothing is really new. Exams + exams + exams + no-infos school about these exams = no time to do hobbies. Sorry for that, I'll do the best I can do for my little ship
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Luna_One was born

Posted 05-31-2013 at 09:11 PM by paddy2

Following the impact of meteor bgyf/34/gh/89 on the surface of the moon, obtaining water now moved within the realms of possibility.

Lunar landscapes moved in to fill this gap and started to process this and other ores to produce O2 H2O and N2. i.e. air and water. As a by product of this, it was also found that a concrete like building substrate could be produced on the lunar surface. This offered excellent protection from micro to mini meteorites and vastly reduced the raw material...
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Plenty of work for everyone

Posted 05-27-2013 at 04:15 AM by paddy2


Tracking of the meteor has shown it has broken up.

Most of It is now expected to hit the moon in July of this year. It is also expected to hit while the sun is not shining on the expected landing sites. All this means that plans to harvest this water have now gone in to full gear.

From around 2010 many private companies have been working on their own spacecraft which was fuelled by the demise of the “Space Shuttle” and assisted by direct US government...
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