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Submission + - Mapping an imaginary moon (hackaday.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Kerbal Space Program is a little indie space simulator where you manage your own space race. There’s no real object to the game; is a completely open sandbox where you build your own rockets, launch them into orbit, and hopefully make it to the moon. Brian took it a step further by then, surveying the moon with a satellite and reconstructing the data in a way that it could be 3d printed.
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