Cheap $6000 Rocket To The Mun and Back (Kerbal Space Program 1.3)

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The UR-700 - or "let's just add more boosters" - rocket that could have sent the soviets to the Moon. Twitter............................► Discord...........................► Patreon...........................► Second channel.............► Music Video: Read more about the UR700 here: Craft file: I want to encourage people to get better on their own, so see if you can make it from the timelapse yourself :) Mods: Gameplay: Kerbal Engineer Redux; Better Time Warp; Camera Tools Visual: Scatterer; Environmental Visual Enhancements; Stock Visual Enhancements; Stock Visual Terrain Music in order of use: ♫ Huma-Huma - From Russia With Love ♫ USSR National Anthem ♫ The Green Orbs - Splashing Around

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First video! In this episode of KSP, I take a roughly $6000 stock rocket all the way to the Mun and back. This was done for a low budget competition on the app Ifunny.

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