Yes I thought that might be the case. I would add the food prep area and maybe another hard seat storage to the right wall and that should have it. We'll need a look with the other 2 guys standing up during flight ops. One with a broken strip and 1 with no stripe
I just uploaded this version to the goggle drive. 5 opens closes the interior door. the scn is:ALPACA landed on Marius Hills_NewevaHGAINT
you will need this cfg: DyneticstestCREWint and this mesh:dyneticstest2HGA1, dyneticsvcrewstripered,dyneticsvcrewsolidred
If someone can set cameras. Not really worried about the crew animation as we had them moved into the back which is seen now. A dll version will need to be made to do that make the mesh not seen. I can do that but I want to base it off the final cfg
That ladder... seems really high!
You only notice how high it as on the LM after you've seen a 1:1 scale model. From images it looks just like a few steps, but it wasn't.
Here it's much higher. Just imagine carrying samples and equipment up and down!
The ALPACA seems like a much better design...
Lockheed teamed-up with Blue Origin sometime after they showed their SSTO proposal. As a matter of fact, they will be responsible for the development of the ascent stage, while Blue Origin on the descent stage based on Blue Moon. The transfer element will be handled by Northrop Grumman (and will be based on the Cygnus cargo ship).
The architecture behind their proposal indeed is way complicated to operate (though I think it's still fun to fly on Orbiter)