Apollo 15 launched from KSC on 7/26/1971, on a scientific expedition to the Hadley-Appennius region of the Lunar surface. The first 'J-Class' mission, Apollo 15 had more advanced capabilities than previous flights, including a LM equipped with the Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV), and an orbital science kit stowed in the Service Module.
Recreate this historic mission in Kerbal Space Program by guiding a Saturn V rocket to a precision landing in the Munar Midlands! Once safely on the surface, you'll unpack the LM and commute via rover to collect samples in several biomes.
Setup the Surface Experiments (ALSEP) package while the CSM performs orbital science collection. Once surface operations are complete, you'll rendezvous and dock in orbit, deploy a subsatellite, depart Munar orbit, perform a spacewalk en route to Kerbin, and land safely (hopefully...)!
All in a days work for the crew of Apollo 15!
Kerbin and Mun
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