My flight profile: :lol:The LTV has (or at least had; I'm not sure if it has been updated) an unrealistically high dV budget, with a specific impulse equivalent, IIRC, to a nuclear-thermal rocket, though of course without the visual representation of the engineering it would require.
1. Reach to LEO ~200km. (Start from Aurora, Location = 40.2827 -2.689)
2. In second stage enough fuel to climb apogee to 65.000 - 71.000 km.
3. Separation from rocket body CTV and go to distance ~50 m from it.
4. Separation LTV from stage and dock to CTV.
5. Turn pro grade by CTV and up apogee to 380.000 - 405.000 km (it's have HUGE dV)
6. MOI is too making by CTV engines.
7. LTV undocking and descending on lunar surface, landing.
8. Ascending and rendezvous with CTV, docking.
9. Separation LTV and reduction perigee hight to -2, -3 km (lunar impact)
10. Go home by CTV, reentry and landing.
My English is not so good enough, sorry for mistakes.
I can take screenshots of each stage