The UK is apparently going to build some "mini" reactors - https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-59212983
I've no idea how much power that'll generate but knowing the UK's safety standards we will have a melt down before the decade is out.
I'm still around! Still posting from time to time but work takes up a lot of my time these days. I'm afraid that the store was very much Krys' thing, her and I are no longer together so I really don't know if anyone else has access to it. I will speak to Doug and gang and find out though.
Here is something crazy - if you have low frame rates try bringing up the ATC, Fuel and any other windows. Click on the middle icon so they "pop out" into their own windows and minimise them if you have a single monitor or move them to another monitor.
I did this and went from 20fps to near...
No. nothing. Just the screens.
I was amused by one thing though. They have a docking sim on the internet https://iss-sim.spacex.com/
If you're used to dock MFD it'll be easy. It also looks a hell of a lot like Axial MFD...
It's the colour. If they'd been orange like the LES suits then I think it would look better but they look like onsies with gardening boots and a crash helmet.
Space is hard. And expensive - personal opinion, this is a big step forward. What America really needs is to be keep inventing a new...
Do you blame them? They covered up two serious issues because they said they had "fixed them", never mind that these issues occurred on orbit.
It's like the pre-challenger and pre-columbia days of NASA, the normalisation of deviance.
Can anyone tell me how you'd get the exhaust velocity for a multistage rocket? The only thing I can see in the multistage files is the thrust in newtons so, how can I get the exhaust velocity from that?