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International Space Station S-1 Truss ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
The S-1 or Starboard 1 truss is scheduled to be delivered on STS-112 which is an Space Shuttle "Atlantis" flight.


Filename: s-1_truss_v10_103501.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 1st September 2002, 18:56:48
Downloads: 1762
Author: David Sundstrom AKA Orbiter Fan
Size: 11kb


JELAIR - Modoolar Modular Spacestation Systems ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
The JELAIR Modoolar modular spacestation system (fictional), is a bunch of seperate modules that can be launced into LEO on the spaceshuttle. In space you can then assemble as many modules as you like, in various configurations, and thus create almost any size and shape spacestation.


Filename: jelair-modoolar_systems.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 14th March 2004, 01:26:32
Downloads: 866
Author: Jacob Larsen
Size: 948kb


Launchable Skylab Space Station ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
This is a launchable version of Americas Skylab Space Station (1973-1979). It uses Vinkas multistage dll for simple staging and access to space. Requires latest NASSP, High res Saturn V and IB meshes as well as vinkas multistage dll.


Filename: skylab.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 26th June 2003, 07:04:09
Downloads: 1770
Author: John Graves (use of vinkas multistage and mcdopes skylabmesh)
Size: 2172kb


Maxwell Base ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
Maxwell Base on the Surface of Venus. Kelly Wilcox made this addon awhile ago. It added a cloud layer and atmosphere, surface base, and orbital station. Kelly wanted me to re-publish his addon here minus the cloud texture and surface texture, due to the recent Venus High Res addon. Thanks Kelly for a place to land on Venus! Seth Hollingsead TIP: To take off from the Maxwell Base it's best to take off from the external view. The high pressure will cause the craft to spin while in cockpit view. Also DON'T USE TIME ACCEL till you get to a minimum of 1MPa.


Filename: maxwell.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 18th December 2002, 17:07:57
Downloads: 1269
Author: Kelly Wilcox
Size: 3kb


Mir ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
Mir as it was at it's height. Mir was the single greatest acheivement of the soviet space program. Though overshadowed by the ISS today Mir was the stepping stone that brought us here and trained many of the astronauts and cosmonauts that work on the ISS today. Let this great symbol of peace and exploration not be forgoten.


Filename: mir.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 15th October 2002, 20:58:52
Downloads: 1979
Author: Jason Benson
Size: 197kb


Mir Station Core Module ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
Launch the very first module of the russian space station Mir. This is the first part of an ongoing project to assemble the whole station simulating the real launches that took place. This addon compatible with Orbiter build 030303.


Filename: mircore107.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 8th May 2003, 19:50:58
Downloads: 1024
Author: Manuel Amorim, Felipe Comparini, Richard Croy
Size: 707kb


New Olympus Base ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
This is a new version of my original modification of the default Olympus Station scenery. It includes 2 new meshes and is fully compatible with the latest version of Orbiter.


Filename: cb_olympus2.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 17th December 2003, 06:16:30
Downloads: 965
Author: Bill Mullins
Size: 9kb


New Skylab 2, 3 And 4 Mission ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
Skylab 2 25 May 1973 13:00 GMT. Duration: 28.03 days. Call Sign: Skylab. Backup Crew: McCandless, Musgrave, Schweickart. Nation: USA. Agency: NASA. Launch Site: Cape Canaveral . Launch Complex: LC39B. Launch Vehicle: Saturn IB . LV Configuration: Saturn IB s/n SA-206. Program: Skylab. Class: Manned. Type: Lunar spacecraft. Spacecraft: Apollo CSM. Payload : Apollo CSM 116. Mass: 19,979 kg. Location of Spacecraft: Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL. Perigee: 427 km. Apogee: 439 km. Inclination: 50.0 deg. Period: 93.2 min. Epic repair mission which brought Skylab into working order. Included such great moments as Conrad being flung through space by the whiplash after heaving on the solar wing just as the debris constraining it gave way; deployment of a lightweight solar shield, developed in Houston in one week, which brought the temperatures down to tolerable levels. With this flight US again took manned spaceflight duration record. When the meteoroid shield ripped loose, it disturbed the mounting of workshop solar array "wing" two and caused it to partially deploy. The exhaust plume of the second stage retro-rockets impacted the partially deployed solar array and literally blew it into space. Also, a strap of debris from the meteoroid shield overlapped solar array "wing" number one such that when the programmed deployment signal occurred, wing number one was held in a slightly opened position where it was able to generate virtually no power. In the meantime, the space station had achieved a near-circular orbit at the desired altitude of 435 kilometers (270 miles). All other major functions including payload shroud jettison, deployment of the Apollo Telescope Mount (Skylab's solar observatory) and its solar arrays, and pressurization of the space station occurred as planned. Scientists, engineers, astronauts, and management personnel at the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center and elsewhere worked throughout the first ten-day period of Skylab's flight to devise the means for its rescue. Simultaneously, Skylab--seriously overheating--was maneuvered through varying nose-up attitudes that would best maintain an acceptable "holding" condition. Because of the loss of the meteoroid shield, however, this positioning caused workshop temperatures to rise to 52 degrees Celsius (126 degrees F). During that ten-day period and for some time thereafter, the space station operated on less than half of its designed electrical system, in the partially nose-up attitudes, was generating power at reduced efficiency. The optimum condition that maintained the most favorable balance between Skylab temperatures and its power generation capability occurred at approximately 50 degrees nose-up. The crew rendezvoused with Skylab on the fifth orbit. After making substantial repairs, including deployment of a parasol sunshade which cooled the inside temperatures to 23.8 degrees C (75 degrees F), by June 4 the workshop was in full operation. In orbit the crew conducted solar astronomy and Earth resources experiments, medical studies, and five student experiments; 404 orbits and 392 experiment hours were completed; three EVAs totalled six hours, 20 minutes. Skylab 3 28 July 1973 11:10 GMT. Duration: 59.46 days. Call Sign: Skylab. Backup Crew: Brand, Lenoir, Lind. Nation: USA. Agency: NASA. Launch Site: Cape Canaveral . Launch Complex: LC39B. Launch Vehicle: Saturn IB . LV Configuration: Saturn IB s/n SA-207. Program: Skylab. Class: Manned. Type: Lunar spacecraft. Spacecraft: Apollo CSM. Payload: Apollo CSM 117. Mass: 20,121 kg. Location of Spacecraft: NASA Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, OH. Perigee: 422 km. Apogee: 442 km. Inclination: 50.0 deg. Period: 93.2 min. Continued maintenance of the Skylab space station and extensive scientific and medical experiments. Installed twinpole solar shield on EVA; performed major inflight maintenance; doubled record for length of time in space. Completed 858 Earth orbits and 1,081 hours of solar and Earth experiments; three EVAs totalled 13 hours, 43 minutes. Skylab4 16 November 1973 14:01 GMT. Duration: 84.05 days. Call Sign: Skylab. Backup Crew: Brand, Lenoir, Lind. Nation: USA. Agency: NASA. Launch Site: Cape Canaveral . Launch Complex: LC39B. Launch Vehicle: Saturn IB . LV Configuration: Saturn IB s/n SA-208. Program: Skylab. Class: Manned. Type: Lunar spacecraft. Spacecraft: Apollo CSM. Payload: Apollo CSM 118. Mass: 20,847 kg. Location of Spacecraft: National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian Institution), Washington, DC. Perigee: 422 km. Apogee: 437 km. Inclination: 50.0 deg. Period: 93.1 min. Included observation and photography of Comet Kohoutek among numerous experiments. Completed 1,214 Earth orbits and four EVAs totalling 22 hours, 13 minutes. Increased manned space flight time record by 50%. Rebellion by crew against NASA Ground Control overtasking led to none of the crew ever flying again.


Filename: skylab_mission.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 11th January 2003, 16:39:14
Downloads: 1933
Author: Ronald Dandurand
Size: 6kb


New/ Replacement Satalite 1.1 ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
This is a great new satalite for Orbiter. I've included one scenario "Atlantis MMU Satalite Repair" wich will replace the scenario included with Orbiter of the same name in Orbiter.


Filename: satalite1.1.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 30th December 2002, 02:47:17
Downloads: 953
Author: Justin Haupt
Size: 2279kb


Salyut 6 Station ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
The Salyut 6 station has been one of the most successful russian projects before the Mir orbital station. This package contains the Salyut station launchable on top of a Proton class launch vehicle. This addon compatible with Orbiter build 030303.


Filename: salyut17.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 8th May 2003, 19:41:32
Downloads: 2421
Author: Manuel Amorim, Felipe Comparini, Richard Croy
Size: 900kb


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