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Post #981by toutatis » 30.01.2019, 01:24

How many Toutatis series spacecraft will there be?

Ok... two more missions to outer dwarf planets in the Kuiper Belt ...these 2 mission will continue to use radioisotope thermoelectric energy source...

Toutatis-7: Earth - Jupiter (gravity assist) - Eris...
Toutatis-8: Earth - Pluto....

also missions to Mars (Toutatis-9)... to Toutatis (Toutatis-10)... to Venus (Toutatis-11)... and to Mercury (Toutatis-12)... they will use solar panels... that is all...

If someone want their own spacecraft and mission, ask....

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Post #982by SpaceFanatic64 » 30.01.2019, 03:08

I would request a spacecraft, but I think you already have enough work to do.
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Post #983by toutatis » 30.01.2019, 08:06

I would request a spacecraft, but I think you already have enough work to do.

Ok, No problem... When I finish Toutatis Program (I guess that maximum during 2 next months) , I can...

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Post #984by toutatis » 30.01.2019, 08:11

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Post #985by Gurren Lagann » 30.01.2019, 16:35

1919 launch? Goodbye realism...

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Post #986by SpaceFanatic64 » 30.01.2019, 22:54

No, likely just a typo.
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Post #987by toutatis » 30.01.2019, 23:45

1919 launch? Goodbye realism...

was mistake in text... lol

No, likely just a typo.

yes... am sorry

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Post #988by Limax7 » 01.02.2019, 21:39

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Post #989by toutatis » 03.02.2019, 00:40

Soon...

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Post #990by toutatis » 03.02.2019, 11:52

Toutatis-7 mission is completed.... Next mission to Mars, Phobos and Deimos...
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Post #991by SpaceFanatic64 » 03.02.2019, 18:03

Wow, toutatis, you've come a long way! From starting out with basic untextured models, to making your own missions with their own trajectories!

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Also, wasn't the next mission supposed to be a Pluto orbiter, and then the one to Mars?
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Post #992by toutatis » 04.02.2019, 00:27

Wow, toutatis, you've come a long way! From starting out with basic untextured models, to making your own missions with their own trajectories!

Thanks SpaceFanatic64.... Well, basic knowledge of space flight mechanics helps me plan trajectories... and I also space fanatic and I wished all my life to work in organisations like NASA, but I live in a not right place... such plans and dreams can't come true here...

Also, wasn't the next mission supposed to be a Pluto orbiter, and then the one to Mars?

am sorry, but I still don't decided how to reach Pluto if make a launch this or even next year... still several years it impossible to use gravity assistance of Jupiter, Saturn to reach Pluto system faster as possible... but without a gravity assistance it will be too long time way... if I will use a lot of fuel to reach a big velocity during start from Earth, it will be hard to reduce velocity to go into orbit of the planet due to lack of sufficient fuel... all mission I plan, can use only engines as in real space technics...

but in Celestia we can go on a journey through time, and that is great thing... :smile:

I will try to make mission to Pluto but later...

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Post #993by SpaceFanatic64 » 04.02.2019, 02:49

That's fine, take as much time as you need and don't rush.
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Post #994by toutatis » 14.02.2019, 00:00

Toutatis-8... Mission to Mars...

18 Jan 2020 - Start of mission...
17 Oct 2020 - Rendezvous with asteroid Toutatis...
1 Jan 2022 - Arriving to Mars...
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Post #995by toutatis » 14.02.2019, 00:01

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Post #996by toutatis » 14.02.2019, 00:14

for accuracy, you need to change file "asteroids.ssc" in "extra" folder, where was changed only orbital data for asteroid Toutatis (data for epoch 18 Oct 2020)........
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