AMSO AMSO for Orbiter 2016 released

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Yes, Orbiter 2016 bases and markers are off. All of them I think ;) Or at least not precise enough.

Nowadays we have much better precision, since the landers were located using LROC imagery. Here's the link again: http://lroc.sese.asu.edu/posts/938
Apollo 11's LM is at +23.47314 +0.67416

So yes again, you need to update landed objects to reflect this...
 
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So cool. Thanks guys.
Are there any attempts to do ‘Artemis’ missions following the steps of Apollo ?
 

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Working brilliantly in Orbiter 2016 and Mac.

Thank you Captain Alain. :hailprobe:
 

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Some improvements I would suggest would be adding a 20% thrust loss failure for Apollo 13 at T+5 minutes and 30 seconds to simulate the early center engine shutdown, and making it so that jettisoning the service module and LM in an Apollo 13 type scenario would not count as an aborted flight condition since that silences any soundpack you have installed for Apollo 13.

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I just tried climbing Cone Crater and it becomes impossible once you get to the final climb, since the slope reaches ~15 degrees and the AMSO astronauts simply cannot handle it. They end up jumping in place and not making any more progress.
 

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into surface of the moon

For a correct lunar surface operations. "linear interpolation" must be selected from Visual effects tab as well as "Max resolution level" 19 and "Experimental lunar surface interpolation" from D3D9Client configurations must be enabled.

Could you check that these are set correctly and if it still sinks into a terrain then could you take a screen shot.

Here's a screen shot of typical ground contact. A17 in this case.


Hi there! I'm new here so I've that problem... I can't find "Experimental lunar surface interpolation" add a sreenshoot
 

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@max_nash do not worry about the "linear interpolation option as its auto now" take a look at page 5 for more info on updated "close" textures that give it more depth when your EVA take a look
r28dpb8
 

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Hadley Rille



I know I am facing the wrong way during the real flight but this view is better IMO :)
 
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Hi there!! thank you very much! where is "page 5" ?? sorry
 

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Another 5 Star Addon by AcSoft! :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup: As good as the 2010p1 Version, if not a little better! :hailprobe:

Thanks, Guys!

Christopher Tarana

I downloaded manuals from this website using the wayback machine. http www.geocities.com bob and repont space pdf.htm I grabbed all the Apollo ones and all the historical ones!
 
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I'm looking for the Orbiter 2006 version of AMSO!

Thanks, Guys

Christopher Tarana
 

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I'm looking for the Orbiter 2006 version of AMSO!
Thanks, Guys
Christopher Tarana
for 2006 ?? :hmm: Why ?


You have a amazing version for Orbiter 2010 and... for 2016 !!!


I think I still have this version...
Write me a PM with your mail and I'll send it to you... :tiphat:
 

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Good day. Who knows where to find the scenario Apollo-Venus?

I don't know, but if you're skilled with TransX/IMFD, you can possibly recreate this mission with the information in this video. It has pretty detailed information on encounter times.
[ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8so2l-quSMg"]YouTube[/ame]
 

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The astronauts would, of course, be dead from radiation... :sick: :cry:

Not necessarily. Most of the AAP reports on Apollo hardware to Venus or Mars were from the late 1960s, and thus used the understanding of solar radiation from that time, however radiation is a consideration in most of the reports.

This is a good read: https://ntrs.nasa.gov/search.jsp?R=19790072165

We're getting sonewhat off topic for this thread here though.
 
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