I’m going to build and send a multistage fully reusable vehicle off to Eve in Kerbal Space Program. Once there, I’ll refuel it, launch it, recover the first stage and get the upper stage into orbit where I’ll transfer Kerbals and send another Kerbal down to the surface of Eve and then attempt to get them off the surface AGAIN and then back to Kerbal!
This will be done ALL stock (plus expansions) and not using any cheats or exploits. If I DON’T complete this mission and throw in the towel before the stream ends (sans breaks), I will put on my horrid horrid old Russian flight suit.
Meanwhile, all superchats are automatically being 100% donated to the Challenger Center! Thanks to YouTube’s fundraiser option, 100% of the donations will go to them and YouTube won’t take a cut! Super cool! The Challenger Center and its global network of Challenger Learning Centers use space-themed simulated learning and role-playing strategies to help students bring their classroom studies to life and cultivate skills needed for future success, such as problem solving, critical thinking, communication and teamwork.
For more information visit their website! https://www.challenger.org/
Use hashtag #EverydayKerbalnaut for a chance to get a free copy of Kerbal Space Program, stay tuned on how that will work!
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