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Your changes about the Kerbal X

Hi, unfortunately I accidentally hit enter to soon so I wasn't able to enter a summary for this edit. I'll check the Kerbal X article too, but the mass of 131.62 Mg is given with the launch clamps (it's the value shown by the game on the launch pad and each clamp masses 100 kg). Of course you leave them behind so you don't need to add them to the TWR calculation. Although I did a mistake in calculate the value in the first place, so there is only a slight change thanks for noticing that. — xZise [talk] 08:44, 4 October 2013 (CDT)

Thanks for the fix

Thanks for clarifying this. Unfortunately I am at work so I wasn't able to check the mass. Thanks for checking it out. -- also I am not sure about the netiquette .. am I supposed to reply like this to such a message? :) --Darko (talk) 09:35, 4 October 2013 (CDT)

And another question, could you please check my change about the TWR of Stage 1 of the Kerbal X ( TWR of 2.184) --Darko (talk) 09:38, 4 October 2013 (CDT)

Netiquette is usually placing the answer indented with colons and some answer on the questioners talk page (mine in this case here) so the questioner get a notification. I personally prefer answering on the page were the question is I'm answering. About the TWR of the first stage I don't know of what first stage the person is talking about (hopefully I wasn't that person who added that). The first stage masses about 60 Mg and one booster masses about 9 Mg, so without boosters the 70.02 Mg are too heavy and with 6 boosters (or even with only one booster pair) it is to light. What might be possible, is a full first stage, no boosters and a second stage without the command pod. This would sum roughly to 70 Mg. — xZise [talk] 10:35, 4 October 2013 (CDT)