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Aliah
Aliah Feb 17 2013, 1:56pm says:

Who the frell are those heads in the corner? They look like Arnold after falling out onto Mars' atmosphere in Total Recall.

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880Zero
880Zero Feb 17 2013, 10:43pm replied:

They're Kerbals, native to the planet Kerbin (in background).

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Bohme70
Bohme70 Feb 17 2013, 2:29pm says:

Lol. Appears to be Kerbal Space Program. Except one of the guys is missing...

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880Zero
880Zero Feb 17 2013, 10:43pm replied:

The lander can only seats two people.

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Had to de-orbit my old station just because it was too high to economically reach it (400-430km orbit). This new station will be a central refueling hub. I plan on adding four more canisters to the station, leaving the docking hub on top of the command module for an elaborate truss system to dock two or more ships to I will add in the future (if needed). This little station sits at 110km orbit, meaning SSTOs and small lift rockets can easily make it to the station and dock.

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