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T+ 398:07:59:30 Engineering Log

Posted 10-26-2014 at 12:05 PM by Dantassii
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SSTV-01 has docked with the Lunar Station and this marks the official end of Mission #1.

Current Plans are to spend the next 3 months at the Lunar Station bringing up the cargo for our next mission to Saturn's moon Titan. The mission will start with a 100 day transit directly from Lunar orbit with a slingshot around the Earth. The assembly crew will be given a 150 day window to bring the Titan Station up to initial occupancy capability, and then a 100 day transit back to the Lunar Station without stopping at the ISS in LEO.

By the time SSTV-01 returns to the Lunar Station from it's 2nd mission, SSTV-02 is expected to be completed and ready for its first mission, a 100 day transit to the planet Pluto with assembly of the first deep space orbital station.

The crew of SSTV-01 would like to thank all of you you who have been keeping up with our first mission through the Engineering Log posts and we look forward to starting our second mission sometime after the new year.

HUMONGOUS IMS shipbuilder
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    MaverickSawyer's Avatar
    Congrats on that mission! Over a year is more dedication than I have.
    Posted 10-27-2014 at 05:04 AM by MaverickSawyer MaverickSawyer is offline
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    Next stop Saturn!

    HUMONGOUS IMS shipbuilder
    Posted 10-27-2014 at 09:59 AM by Dantassii Dantassii is offline

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