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Spaceship One Wins!
Congratulations to the people of Scaled Composites for winning the X-Prize!
Orbiter Space Sim
From the mind and hands of Dr.Martin Schweiger comes a FREE program to
simulate orbital mechanics and rocketry. With his latest version extreme
customization is possible with the programming of DLLs to interface with
From the Meadville Space Center, in the heart of northwestern
Pennsylvania, comes a series of add-ons for Orbiter that takes you back to the early
days of the space race. You can experience the thrills of yesterday to understand the
challenge of the future.
Earth 1962 05/06/06
All the 1962 tracking stations, and launch pads you want. This include the Mercury Tracking Network.
textured Vandenburg AFB, Baikonur, LC 19 (Gemini-Titan), and LC 14 (Project Mercury) at the Cape. This file
is required to run all scenarios for the historical rockets on this site. New version works properly with Orbiter 2006.
Authored by Rob Conley, John Grant, and Brad Hodges
V2 & Bumper-WAC Rocket 4.0 (10/08/05)
The V2 was used during World War II and for upper atmospheric studies at White Stand during the late
The Bumper used for upper atmospheric studies at White Stand and Cape Canaveral during the late
40's and early 50's. It was an example of an early staged rocket with a V2 first stage and
a WAC Corporal for the upper stage. *SOME SCENARIOS REQUIRES EARTH 1962
Authored by Rob Conley, Brian Sikkema and Dealer McDope
Project Mercury 5.0 (01/16/05)
United State's first manned space program. Includes both Redstone rocket for sub-orbital flights
and Atlas for orbital flights. This release features accurate panels, simulation of the capsule's
systems, historically accurate scenarios, checklists, full range of sound, failure modes, and capsule recovery.
*SOME SCENARIOS REQUIRES EARTH 1962
Authored by Rob Conley, BigJimW, Dealer McDope, Shrox, Vinka, Brian Sikkema, Radu Poenaru, Duncan Sharpe, and Brad Hodges
Project Mercury Documentation Update (01/17/05)
Fixed issues with the page layout in the Mercury Capsule Checklists pdf.
Authored by Rob Conley, Robyn Lauryssen-Mitchell
Project Mercury 5.0 Source Code (01/16/05)
The code behind the mercury model including all bitmaps. Uses Visual C++ 6.0, OpenGL, OrbiterSound SDK, and Orbiter SDK.
Atlantis Space Shuttle with MMU, RMS, and Satellite Deployment (11/06/03)
This module is now included in Orbiter thanks to Dr. Martin Schweiger.
The excellent Atlantis module has the ability
to use the MMU for EVA, use of the RMS, and to configure a Atlantis scenario with the ability to launch the
satellite of choice. Also you can grapple and position your satellite payload with the RMS and jettison it
at the location the arm places it. Now has the ability to grapple, release, and stow satellites.
Authored by Dr. Martin Schweiger, Rob Conley, and Dealer McDope
X20 Titan 3C 2.0
The X-20 Dynasoar was the first manned spacecraft to reach the hardware stage. Built by USAF as the successor to
the X-15 it was scrapped in favor of Blue Gemini and the Manned Orbiting Laboratory. *SOME SCENARIOS REQUIRES EARTH 1962
Authored by Rob Conley, Scott Oehlerking, and Dealer McDope
Gemini Titan 4.5 (10/23/2005)
The forgotten manned program of the United States. However without the expertise and skills
developed during Gemini, Apollo would have never made it to the moon. This includes Gemini III, IV, and VIII and
EVA capabilities. This version includes Virtual Cockpit, working ADI ball, and attitude mode. *SOME SCENARIOS REQUIRES EARTH 1962
Authored by Rob Conley, Don Gallagher, James Willams, Scott Oehlerking, Radu Poenaur, and Brad Hodges
Common Addon 1.0 (07/06/03)
This is for the use for add-on developers to allow rich communication between vessels and between add-ons (like MFDs)
Authored by the Orbiter Community
Pioneer 3/4 Juno II 2.0
United State's first moon shot launched by Werner Von Braun using a uprated Jupiter-C called
the Juno II.
Authored by Jim Williams, and Brad Hodges
Explorer Jupiter-C 2.0
America's answer to Sputnik exploded on the launch pad Dec 6th 1957. But finally on March 17th 1958 Vanguard 1 made it into orbit. The satellite remains in orbit to this day and is expected to continue for another 1,000 years.
Authored by Jim Williams, and Rodion Herrera
United State's first satellite launched by Werner Von Braun and his team.
Authored by Jim Williams, Brad Hodges, and Dealer McDope
Ranger 7, Atlas LV-3A, & Agena B 2.0
Ranger 7 was the first successful moon shot of the Ranger series.
Authored by Jim Williams, Tim Luton and Dealer McDope