How to make real rockets with making history

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How to make real rockets with making history
Part image
Liquid fuel engine by
Jebediah Kerman's Junkyard and Spacecraft Parts Co
Radial size Small
Cost (total) 2 000.00 Funds
Mass (total) 2.00 t
Drag 0.2-0.3
Max. Temp. 2000 K
Impact Tolerance 12 m/s
Research Tech tree heavy rocketry.png Heavy Rocketry
Unlock cost 8 000 Funds
Since version 1.4.1
Part configuration Engine
Maximum thrust (1 atm) 374.19 kN
(vacuum) 400.00 kN
Isp (1 atm) 290 s
(vacuum) 310 s
Fuel consumption 26.32 Units of fuel/s

Thrust vectoring 5 °

Making History expansion comes with many parts that can be used to make rockets similar to real ones.

Saturn V

First Stage

First take the Kerbodyne Engine Cluster Adapter Tank.

Then place the Kerbodyne KE-1 "Mastodon" Liquid Fuel Engine on each of the 5 attachment points underneath the adapter.

Next take the Kerbodyne S4-512 Fuel Tank and place it on top the the adapter.

Next place a TD-50 Decoupler on top of the tank.

Second Stage

Then put a EP-50 Engine Plate on the decoupler with room for the engines (you can change the size later if need be).

Take the RE-I2 "Skiff" Liquid Fuel Engine, place 1 in the middle of the shroud and then place 4 more around the middle engine.

Next place the Kerbodyne S4-256 Fuel Tank on top of the engine plate.

Now take a AE-FF5 Airstream Protective Shell (5m) and put it on top of the fuel tank. Do not build it yet.

Here you may use any decoupler other then the TD-50 Decoupler but the best one to use is the TD-25 Decoupler. Place it on top of the fairing.

Third Stage

Now take a RE-I2 "Skiff" Liquid Fuel Engine and put it on the Decoupler.

Next put a Kerbodyne S3-7200 Tank on the engine and build the fairing to connect with the bottom of the fuel tank.


You may now place what ever you like on top of it. Go to the bottom of the page to find how to build the apollo spacecraft.