Posts Tagged ‘tutorial’

Living the moment – Synced launch

November 13th, 2009
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Shuttle launches are always exciting to us space junkies, whether we are on site (you lucky bastards! :)) or watching it live on NASA TV. SSM allows us to take the watching to the next level. it is not a secret that you can sync up your SSM launch to the live feed, the SSM community is doing it for the last six months in a very organized way. Now with the Release of the new Demo version of SSM, and the upcoming launch of STS-129 we are “revealing our secrets” to allow everyone to enjoy the experience. Read the rest of this entry »
Tutorials | Posted by uri_ba

Flyaround the lazy way

October 16th, 2009
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With the Introduction of SP4.10 we have gotten a new set of tricks up our SSM sleeve. one of them is flying the flyaround in a very fun and easy way which might help out newcomers, authenticity enthusiasts (just look at the NASA checklists :)) and just lazy folks, like myself, that are constantly looking for ways to make life easy. 🙂
Tutorials | Posted by uri_ba

RMS OPS – challenge thyself

June 12th, 2009
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Some of you must be thinking, “RMS OPS? challenge? he must be joking”…. Well, I’m not 🙂

In this article I want to cover a basic RMS challenge. working the arm without using external views…

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Tutorials | Posted by uri_ba