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First attempt at Interstellar beamed power, using a Solid Core Nuclear Engine as the power source (much cheaper that the first real reactor.)
Back to the KSPI beamed power test, looks like I can make a 5 year battery using only 2 units of enriched uranium, and provide 69 MW of beamed power.
The big 2.5GW microwave transmitter. Apparently with 10 years lifetime! Hopefully it doesn't crash on launch.
Really big rockets need the hanger extender mod I think.
The intrepid heroes, landed on ProximaCentaurib. Hmm... did we bring extra snacks?
Wait, we came 4+ light years and no science for EVA reports??
Self-fueling works! Engineer just powered up manually after switching fuel mode to ThF4 (defaults to UF4) and I now have 43 years worth of fuel.
Almost working barge to transfer reactor and microwave power to the abandoned island. Needs more bouyancy to counter the heavy reactor.
Oh yeah, a few tweaks and a working barge
Hmm.. now how do I get up this steep bank? Might be a big problem.
I had to use a lighter reactor and put on more wheels to make it up the hill.
In operation, 1.3GW of microwave power, in the flight path of a normal gravity turn. And plenty of fuel.
Death Ray ...err .. I mean free electron power transmitter. Seriously, do not aim at face.
Testing the 0.625 warp drive in Krash simulation
Trying my hand at a KSPI nuclear SSTO with the Tory ramjet
Even managed to dock without breaking anything.
Eve crew transport docked at Kerbin high orbit station
Getting a few more training points for my kerbals at Gilly. Faster to land the whole ship even though it has no landing legs.
Trying a larger fusion SSTO