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Author Topic: 2016-07-07  (Read 1616 times)
Shuttle Pilot
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Sic Itur Ad Astra

« on: July 07, 2016, 12:04:06 PM »

Yep, I know. Its more then a month since last update. But we need something useful to say also. Cheesy
The deorbit and landing at Edwards is getting along quite well.
We had some problems with the old 3D model of the buildings, but they needed improvement anyway.
Transition from orbit to earth is getting much better, and approaches is much more realistic now since they depend on which inclination the mission has.
Previously we faded the detailed Edwards 3D over the globe model, but now its part of the 3D globe instead.
We will also enable manual deorbit, but you better fly by the needles.

If workload at our "civilian" gets low enough all this part should be finished in July.
After that we need to fix the KSC models in the same way and that will take a while Im afraid.
But not as long as Edwards, since the deorbit part is already done.

Well, thats about it for this time.


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