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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|NASA Shuttle Landing.WX||03.10.07||89.96 kB|
|NASA Shuttle Landing.FLT||03.10.07||15.67 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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This mod is something exceptionally simple – but fun – to take part in. It allows you to take a space shuttle which you then have to land properly; it’s harder than it sounds, too!
The shuttle is much harder to calibrate and control compared to many of its contemporaries so it can be a serious challenge making sure that you land this in a good way, flying the shuttle is a whole new challenge. It’s the equivalent of driving a motorbike after driving a car for many years!
However, you will need to pick up the shuttle files created by Andy Johnstone – you can get them here. Once you start up this mission you will have to make a 50 mile trip across the skies to the Shuttle Facility in Titusville, and make the landing all on your own.
It’s something that is a lot of work to pull off and it’s very simple to have a crash when you get here, but if you like a challenge that will take you plenty of tries to get it right then I recommend giving this a try – it’s one of the most challenging styles of this that I have taken on recently.
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