This is more than a master-piece.
<irony>The major disadvantage of the app is that I can't access it....</irony>
Jokes aside, I'm definitely counting this for 'A' plan.
But until available to public, I wonder whether there is any 'B' plan...
I feel I'm ready to start a (slightly) bit more challenging flights using my favorite XR fleet.
To make the 'feeling' more realistic, I'd like to use the NASA Trajectory Browser to choose a base plan.
I really like the EEJ (Earth - Earth - Jupiter) plan (see here) with Earth Departure...
I'm attaching the scenario and also recording of my procedure until M20 (didn't try to roll, just wanted to show the entry+slow-down).
until VS: -150 -> do nothing
at VS: -150 -> set AoA to 30dg
watch VACC to keep between -1 and 1 (to keep Temp in reasonable limits)
Pls, ignore the Warning -...
Of course, once I'm no longer in an inverted reentry, I do exactly that.
My problem is that I have problems to 'exit the inverted reentry' and continue a normal one (where I can control my VS by changing bank angle).
Recently, I've been practicing the inverted reentry using XR-5 and I love it.
Now I'm able to slow down without burning up when returning from Moon and Mars.
What I still can't do properly is turning back upright once I've slowed down enough and I'm not able to keep the Alt.
Not at all, I'm still sitting at KSC RWY 15, current date/time and planning my Earth to Mars trajectory.
The Launch and Eject Burn will be planned a bit later, once I know the trajectory.
This is how it's supposed to be done, isn't it?
This is true.
But by 'doesn't match' I meant that I was...
A newbie calls for help....
I've already seen many tutorial videos (including the marvelous series from Blixel, Dimitris, etc...) and was
able to reproduce almost everything using XR-2 and XR-5.
Now, I'd like to start creating my own goals/missions using the knowledge I have.