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Jul 14, 2012
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Mission #2 for SSTV 01 is now completed with the docking at the N-Port of the Lunar Station. The M-Port is currently occupied by the SSTV 02 which is nearing completion.

After docking with the Lunar Station, a complete review of the 5 damaged EHEs will be performed. Initial pictures taken from the station show damage similar to that experienced by Apollo 13 when its O2 tank exploded.. but on a much larger scale. Before SSTV 02 leaves for Pluto, a more extensive round of long duration test burns of the EHE will be done to understand why 4 of them overheated after 45 minutes of continuous operation.

For those of you who have followed the first 2 missions of SSTV-01, we, the crew thank you. For those of you who are interested in following the first flight of SSTV-02, a 100 day transit from Earth to Pluto, construction of a orbiting station, and return to Earth in another 100 day transit, current departure date is roughly a month or so in the future.

For those of you who are interested to see the SSTV-01 and 02 both docked at the Lunar Station, photos will be posted as soon as possible. 2 HUMONGOUS IMS ships docked to a HUMONGOUS IMS space station.

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