Titan IVB 401-Cassini Huygens
by ireadbooks123
uploaded 2022-01-01
stock+DLC probe

A titan IVB 401 with a centaur T upper stage, and the Cassini-Huygens probe. Launched on the 15th of October 1997, Cassini was launched to perform science on Saturn and its moons. Huygens was also launched attached to Cassini, and landed on Titan
Note: Huygens is not functional. it can be detached, but does not have a parachute

Flight instructions (read before flight)
Quicksave before launch
A few seconds after launch gently roll the rocket 90°
Until ~5000m, hold directly upwards. Note: do not use the radial SAS mode, as it causes the rocket to shake
At 5000m, begin very slowly pitching over
3 seconds before booster cut-off, light the core engine and hold prograde. at this this point in flight you should be pointing at ~65-70°
Keep slowly pitching over, by the time the core first stage runs out of fuel you should be at ~45°
The core second stage has a twr<1 so be very careful with the gravity turn. Burn until you reach a 100km apoapsis or whatever apoapsis you want
Detach the centaur T in orbit. From here, the transfer to Jool/ Sarnus should be simple. Gravity assists can be used but are not needed.


  • Type: VAB
  • Class: probe
  • Part Count: 1746
  • Pure Stock
  • KSP: 1.12.3

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