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Across the Universe: Techie Dreams — 1 Comment

  1. I have been “playing” with Kerbal Space Program for 2 weeks now; KSP is a Space Program Simulator where you can build, debug, test, and fly rockets into orbit, and beyond. I have spent HOURS, sometimes well into the night, debugging different rocket stages to achieve various milestones. I frequently thought about the Iron Man suit development scenes while I was modifying rockets. Expect to see a full article on KSP soon.

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