EAP - SPACE PROGRAM

Current Projects (Mobile stations - MS, Fixed Stations - FS, Planet Colonies - PC, Vehicle Development - VD, Others - N/A)

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STV testing / Designation - SSTF1 / Identification VD / Home Base - MARSH Station / Description - SSTF1 is a development system to create a shuttle that will launch on top of a N1 rocket instead of on the side, it will have a crew capacity of 10 and a cargo bay of 7.8 x 2.6 x 12.5, with a shape similar to that of X37 with no crew windows, the hangar bay will not open from the top but instead it will swivel over towards the rear opening up the hangar, there will also be a passenger version as well as a research, for both the hangar bay will not open but will be converted, the passenger version will hold seats enabling it to carry 30 people and the research will turn it into a laboratory

Crewed exploration mission / Designation - OCEM1 / Identification MS / Home Base - Orbit of HOM / Description - The Crewed exploration mission is a crewed mission with 24 astronauts aboard, it was assembled in orbit around HOM around the base from another cancelled project that became obsolete with the invention of the oxygen garden, it has a large living space consisting of, 1 Orion SM/CM, 23 Standard modules, 4 Control rooms, 1 medical bay, 6 habitation modules, 20 cargo bays, 34 station hubs, 2 Lunar landers, 2 LK landers, 2 LOK craft, 2 Apollo SM/CM, 2 OAE, 6 Oxygen Gardens, and 2 Airlocks

Defense System Stellar / Designation - SDSX1 / Identification MS / Home Base - SS1 (A.K.A. ABO) / Description - Defense System Stellar will use 'Truss (Large)' and Solar panel large to create a shield around a station, the panels will be connected by 3 in a 'tile', each 'tile' will contain 5 truss large, 3 solar panels, 1 Control room, 1 Pod, they will be assembled with the trusses being end to end lengthwise and the solar panels being attached to the middle points of the trusses for the edge trusses and the middle truss, then on the other side of the middle point for the center truss will be connected a control room and pod, each will be crewed by 1 person through the control room and in the case of an attack to that shield tile will be able to escape from the pod, the tiles will be assembled nearly touching each other around a planet or station, and certain "gateway" tiles will have a fuel silo in between the center truss and control room so that they can use thrusters to move out of the way so that (friendly) ships can come in or go out of the shield, there will be at least 3 backup tiles within the shield to replace any that are destroyed during an attack until a new tile can be constructed, to see construction, testing, or orientation missions classed as S5 (Stella)

Space Shuttle Program / Designation - STS / Identification VD / Home Base - N/A / Description: STS program will launch from a carrier vehicle consisting of: SLS first stage, SLS solid boosters, SLS Payload adapter, Shuttle fitting onto the adapter. it has a nearly identical but much larger shuttle to the NASA Program, with a payload bay size of 12.5 meters long, 3.4 meters tall, and 5 meters wide. it has a docking adapter which reduces they maximum payload size to 11.8 meters, the shuttle Dank Memes is currently the only shuttle without a large payload capacity, it has an internal lab and larger living area, designed for long distance missions, it can only carry payloads smaller than 3.4 meters long, 2.8 meters tall, and 4.7 meters wide, Dank Memes has a limit of around 23k units from HOM before needing to: A) Return, B) Refuel and resupply, C) landing at a planetary colony, D) Running out of air and food resulting in the long agonizing death of the crew, Shuttle Nooleus has a research and living area aboard it with enough space for 12 crew members, the standard shuttle only being able to carry 6, it has a payload capacity of 2.3 meters long, 3.1 meters tall, and 4.5 meters wide, Nooleus has a range of around 64K units, making it a clear improvement over the first shuttle.

Mission list (In Progress - IP, Future Mission - FM, Completed Mission - CM)

VX1 SERIES (Voyager Program)

Mission 1A / Designation - VX1A

Classification - Low security / Status - CM / Subject - "Mission 1A, Designation VX1A was a launch using a Delta IV heavy with an Orion service module tug carrying a Voyager main body, the payload successfully entered a orbit 3 units from the surface of the planet, there was a small error in the electrical circuits of engine 1B on the Delta IV, Engines 2B and 3B fired for 5.6 seconds longer to compensate"


Mission 1B / Designation - VX1B

Classification - Low security / Status - CM / Subject - "Mission 1B, Designation VX1B was a launch using a Delta IV heavy with an Orion service module tug carrying a voyager antenna, the payload entered a slightly lower level of orbit then expected at only 2 units above the planet, the tug used RCS thrusters to pass the payload of Mission 1A and enter the same orbit level, velocity was lowered to 1 VU less than the payload of Mission 1A and the tug was jettisoned, the antenna successfully docked with the main body at T - 7 minutes 23 seconds, the electrical systems were connected and the Voyager spacecraft is currently in a moderate level orbit waiting for its next mission"

Mission 1C / Designation - VX1C

Classification - Low security / Status - CM / Subject - "Mission 1C, Designation VX1C, used the previously assembled voyage spacecraft for a inspection run to a mysterious space station armed with 5 explosive payloads, the voyager spacecraft began a transactional burn at 6:43 EST on 12/3/17, it inverted at 100 units from HOM and used thrusters to alter its course by 5.3 degrees counterclockwise to be in line with the station, at 72 units from the station it began a burn to slow down, it fully stopped 42 units from the station, an explosive payload from the space station attempted to destroy the voyager but was successfully avoided, the payload attempted to stop before running out of fuel and crashing into a miscellaneous piece of space debris, the voyager used thrusters to get in close range of the station, taking on picture, before returning to HOM, but the disturbing part about the photo was that it showed 3 refuel silos docked to the station and it was rotating to be in line with EAP's MARSH station of which 17 different agencies helped with and 5 different projects were based, the station has now began a defensive setup by establishing a solar panel shield, (see Project Stellar)

Mission 1D / Designation - VX1C

Classification - Medium security / Status - CM / Subject - "



SBMA SERIES (Classified missions, no specific program)

Mission 2A / Designation - SBMA

Classification - Top secret (Partly Declassified) / Status - CM / Subject - "Launch of a Space Launched Missile system capable of launching warheads anywhere in the world, 7 meter tall, 3 meters diameter, circular, similar shape to a Space telescope, 18 ton payload launched atop a modified SLS with a Saturn V 3rd stage acting as the second stage, no other information is know about this load other than that is was launched on 11/29/17 at pad 32"

Video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csiUaA6WHDY


Mission 2B / Designation - SBMA

Classification - Top secret (declassified) / Status - CM / Subject - launch of an explosive payload towards an enemy space station to destroy, launched from pad 48 on top of a custom "Poseidon VI" and docked with the enemy station, exploding the station resulting in the deaths of 2 cosmonauts onboard

Video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyDWRCgX-00


Mission 2C / Designation - SBMA

Classification - Top secret (declassified) / Status - CM / Subject - Mission 2C was a mission using STV Oddysey which launched a lunar ascent module as a payload towards an unidentified station, the mission was a overall failure with the LAM only capturing one image before being destroyed by the station resulting in the death of 1 astronaut aboard



N1TM SERIES (Poseidon project)

Mission 3A / Designation - N1TM

Classification - Medium Security / Status - CM / Subject - Mission 1C launched at 10:15 EST from pad 32 as a hardware test for the N1 rocket after 4 fully assembled rockets were found in former soviet Russia, it was launched with no payload other than an unmanned LOK module, it entered a 4 unit entry orbit and jettisoned the LOK module, the LOK inverted and practiced an extraction-like maneuver before re-entering and splashing down,

Video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SkntsS_mH0Y



ASPR SERIES (Misc)

Mission 4A / Designation - ASPR

Classification - Low security / Status - CM / Subject "Mission 4A is an emergency mission launched from pad 32, it was a delta IV rocket that held an endpoint solar panel, space station ABO's end panel on the starboard side was damaged by a micrometeorite and caught fire, it was ejected from the station at 9:48 EST and has since re-entered the atmosphere and burned up, the station is now suffering electric shortages, the crew onboard has been evacuated to the docked Orion module at port A to prevent injury, the solar panel is of the model K4-S and has a 0.7 meter diameter docking port, the mission docked at 10:20 EST and the solar panel was back online 10:23 EST, the Orion capsule re-docked at port A and the crew are now assessing the damage, so far there is only a couple burnt circuits and a slightly malfunctioning laptop, but overall the mission was a success, ABO and the crew are safe.

Mission 4C / Designation - ASPR

Classification - Medium security / Status - CM / Subject "Mission 4C launched from pad 48 aboard the STV Poseidon (See STV project) at 4:30 EST on 12/5/17, it carried an atmospheric probe attached to an Orion service module, a survey satellite attached to a Small tug module, and an unspecified payload, once it entered orbit, after 6 orbits it fired its main engines to put it on a course for LUN, after entering orbit around LUN it released a probe which landed on LUN and activated, the STV fired its main engines once again after completing 7 and 1/2 orbits to put it on course with GRN, on route to GRN one of the 5 crew members was diagnosed with Strep Throat, the crew member was isolated to her living quarters, the STV entered orbit around GRN, it first deployed the atmospheric probe which entered a low orbit and prepared for re-entry, the STV used thrusters to enter a higher level of orbit before deploying the survey satellite, the satellite was orientated to receive data from the atmospheric probe, the shuttle then used a single burn to return to earth by using the Nav comp coordinates, it then re-entered and landed on runway A6 at EAP headquarters, it underwent heat shield reconstruction and sanitization, it is now ready for another launch, the atmospheric probe and survey satellite are still in orbit of GRN awaiting mission 4E."

Mission 4D / Designation - ASPR

Classification - Low Security / Status - CM / Subject "Mission 4D launched from pad 48 aboard a SLS Payload edition, it contained one oxygen garden and 1 pod, the rocket launched at 7:00 EST on 12/5/17, it entered a standard level orbit, it entered a standard burn to put it on course with SS1, it then deployed the second stage and used the thrusters to invert, at 40 Navicomp unit from SS1 it began another burn, this stopped it 1 unit away from SS1, it then separated the payload fairing, the pod on top then used thrusters to reverse into the oxygen garden, docking with it, it then turned and used thrusters to attach the oxygen garden to SS1, the pod then returned to HOM and re-entered, the oxygen garden was connected to the power system and the main hatch was opened, space station SS1 is now fully completed and awaiting mission 5B to supply water tanks to it."

Mission 4E / Designation - ASPR

Classification - Low Security / Status - CM / Subject "Mission 4E used the hardware from mission 4C (Survey Satellite and atmospheric probe) to test GRNs atmosphere, the Orion service module carrying the probe used thrusters to slow down below orbital speed, it then deployed the atmospheric probe, the probe successfully re-entered, the data was recovered by the survey sat and is now being analyzed by scientist."

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RESY SERIES (Cancelled)

Mission 5A / Designation - RESY

Classification - Low security / Status - CM / Subject "Mission 5A launched from pad 23 (Designated for RESY series only) on 12/1/17 at 7:30 EST atop a (Custom) Skybreaker rocket, it was a payload of 1 Automated Transfer vehicle, the ATV was carrying 8 Water tanks to refill the oxygen gardens on LB1. it entered a transit orbit from its 2 unit entry level to the 5 unit orbit level of LB1, it docked at 8:21 EST at port C, right on the oxygen garden, its hatch opened at 8:25 EST and crew unloaded the water tanks, 7 of which were put in Quest Module and 1 was put in the oxygen garden, CO2 levels are back to a normal level and LB1 has been saved from disaster

STS SERIES (Shuttle Program)

Mission 6A / Designation - STS-001

Classification - Low security / Status - CM / Subject: Mission 6A was a testing mission for the space shuttle Nooleus, it launched from pad 48B aboard a standard carrier vehicle at 12:00 PM EST on 12/16/17, it entered a standard level orbit of around 2 units from HOM, it then fired a main engine burn to put it on course with the in progress station Freedom, It then docked at the specified port (B-2) at 12:03 AM EST, it opened its hatch at 12:05 after standard airlock and docking procedures were tested, the 2 crew aboard then entered the currently small living space on Freedom, They spent 3 hours aboard the station testing numerous systems and devices, they then refueled the shuttle with the on-board silo and closed the hatch at 3:07 AM EST, after completing pre-undocking checkups the shuttle detached from the station at 3:09 AM EST, it then used thrusters to move out of range of the station before inverting, the Course-Mark was in line with HOM at 3:12 AM EST, it fired its main engine to put it on course at the lowest possible orbital velocity, it entered orbit around HOM at 3:21 AM EST, it then used thrusters to invert and re-enter. it landed at 3:34 AM EST, it entered the EAP Central VCF, it underwent heat shield reconstruction and was then sent to EAP Headquarters and launch facility, from there it was attached to another carrier vehicle and is prepared for launch.

Mission 6B / Designation - STS-002

Classification - Low security / Status - CM / Subject: Mission 6B was a testing mission for the RDS adapter on space shuttle Nooleus, it launched aboard a standard carrier vehicle from pad 48B at 3:00 PM EST on 12/16/17, it entered a slightly lower orbit level than expected reaching only a 1.5 unit orbit level. it then used main engines to put it on course with STA, upon arriving at STA thruster propellant was running low, the shuttle refueled using thruster fuel from the station, the shuttle docked at 3:21 PM EST, the electrical system was connected at 3:22 PM EST, the crew tested the critical systems of the adapter to make sure that the RDS was sealed before opening the hatch at 3:24 PM EST, the crew entered STA and ate a early dinner with the crew on STA consisting of freeze dried ice cream, dehydrated bananas, potato chips, and Pasta, the 2 crew then said goodbye to the 5 crew on STA before boarding the shuttle, the hatch was closed at 3:54 PM EST, the fuel lines and electrical wires where disconnected at 3:55 PM EST and the shuttle undocked at 4:01 PM EST after undergoing final tests on the RDS, it then moved out of range of the station and rotated to put the Course-mark in line with HOM, the main engines fired until the shuttle was at a moderate orbital speed, it entered orbit around HOM at 4:04 PM EST, the shuttle then re-entered and landed at Maxwell AFB, standby for further information

Video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sr1NWi-eIl4

Mission 6C / Designation - STS-003

Classication - Low Security / Status - CM / Subject: Mission 6C was an experimental flight with space shuttle Dank Memes to test the docking capabilities of the RDS with the station MSS, It launched aboard a standard carrier vehicle at 2:30 PM EST, 12/16/17, it entered a standard level orbit of 2 units, it then completed 2 orbits (and released a satellite payload) before firing main engines to put it on course with MSS, it inverted at 100 units from MSS, and fired main engines to stop at 50 units from MSS, it then inverted again, the solar panel on the starboard side of MSS closed to provide room for the shuttle, the shuttle attempted docking but was unable to reach the port, it moved out of range, and fired its main engines to head to HOM, from there it re-entered and landed at EAP Headquarters, it underwent heat shield reconstruction, sanitization, repair, and was put back on a carrier craft for a later mission.

Video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeFvekSfJd4

EGLE Series (Eagle 8 and Dragon Program)

Mission 7A / Designation - EGLE

Classification - Low Security / Status - CM / Subject: Mission 7A was a proof-of-concept mission with a Eagle 8 spacecraft and a Draco crew capsule, it launched at 12:25 PM EST, the first stage jettisoned at 12:27 and landed with minimal damage at Pad 1, the launch then continued with the second stage reaching orbit, the second stage was jettisoned and the trunk/capsule used thrusters to reach a higher level of orbit (3.5 units instead of 2 to avoid collisions with the orbiting shuttle underneath it) before rotating to a standard orientation again. the capsule then tested critical systems, turned electricity on and off, and did a full spectrum of experiments on the craft, the capsule then jettisoned the trunk, slowed down to a re-entry speed, and re-entered, it splashed down at the coordinates -55.21 N 39.41 W, it was recovered by the US Navy ship USS Glory and was brought back to EAP headquarters, it underwent testing and re-construction and is prepared for mission 7B, the first stage was also recovered and refueled

Mission 7B / Designation - EGLE

Classification - Low Security / Status - CM / Subject: Mission 7B was an unmanned docking system test run that launched two rockets on 12/20/17, the first launched at 7:05 AM EST and the second 7:45 AM EST, both separated their first stages exactly on queue, with both landing perfectly, they each launched into a standard 2 unit orbit, the leading spacecraft, Dragon C, a Draco cargo capsule and trunk (we will just call it C) inverted after 3 1/2 orbit, at this point Dragon B, a Draco crew capsule and trunk (also, we will call it B) had entered orbit, B used thrusters to increase velocity to catch up with C, after 8 1/2 orbits (now being 8:03 AM) were within one unit of each other, B slowed down to be only 1 velocity unit faster than C, at 8:04 AM the 2 capsules docked, pressure equalization occurred between the two bodies, the electrical units were connected and the hatch was opened at 8:07 AM, the 2 capsules stayed in orbit (with occasional course corrections with thrusters) for 8 hours and 36 minutes after this docking, the hatch was then closed, the electrical systems disconnected, and the capsules undocked at 4:40 PM, C re-entered and landed at the standard coordinates of -55.75 N 39.12 W (with -55 N 39 W being the targeted splashdown for all Draco craft), B attempted re-entry but due to a thruster malfunction that caused it to invert, burned up in the atmosphere, C was recovered by an EAP ship and taken back to EAP Headquarters, it underwent heat shield reconstruction, refueling, and testing, before being put onto another Eagle 8 spacecraft for mission 7C

Mission 7C / Designation - EGLE

Classification - Low Security / Status - CM / Subject: Mission 7C was an unmanned Draco cargo and trunk testing mission which launched at 7:30 AM EST On 12/25/2017 on a Nooleus X rocket standard, the trunk module was full of 6 water tanks and the cargo capsule held 1 battery, 2 oxygen tanks, and 2 CO2 scrubbers, it entered an orbit of 3 units at 7:39 AM after a 9 minute launch time, it used thrusters to enter an orbit of 3.5 units after 1 and 1/2 orbits to avoid a collision with a communications satellite, it then fired its main engines to put it on course with SS1, (ABO) at 44 units from the station it fired its main engines to slow down the craft, it fully stopped 1 and 1/2 units from the station, it rotated to put it in line with the docking port and used thrusters to put it directly next to the docking port, the craft would dock on the airlock in case of an air leak, 3 pre-docking checklists were went over, involving electrical systems, the airlock, and docking probe, after it was confirmed that it was ready to dock it used thrusters to move forward and attach itself to the port, it docked at 7:51 AM, the main hatch opened at 7:53 AM and the electrical systems were connected at 7:55 AM, it unloaded all the cargo except for the battery in the capsule, the hatch was closed at 6:59 PM and the craft was undocked at 7:01 PM. it cleared the station using thrusters and then rotated to put it on course with HOM and fired its main engines. it entered orbit at 7:06 PM and jettisoned the Draco trunk, it then inverted and re-entered, it landed at the coordinates -54.32 N 38.45 W and was recovered by the EAP Mobile Recovery Platform (MRP), it was repaired and tested for damage to the docking system, however on 12/28/2017 a museum requested an exhibit of the capsule and it was donated.

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