Year 3, day 92.
Customer: O.M.B. Demolition Enterprises
Returning to our unscrewed program, we set our focus back towards Minmus. Before we send Kerbals there, we need to know a little more about the surface of the moon.
This launch returns to our R4 lifter, but with a new, liquid hydrogen-based upper stage. This gives the rocket just enough extra performance to perform this mission.
Year 2, day 173.
Customer: Vac-Co Advanced Suction Systems.
Year 1, day 393.
Customer: C7 Aerospace Division.
Year 1, day 346.
Customer: Rockomax Conglomerate
The problems from the previous flight have been isolated and no problems are expected this mission.
Year 1, day 287.
Customer: STEADLER Engineering Corps.
Commercial interest in Minmus continues, and this mission will lay the groundwork for possible future crewed missions to Minmus.
Year 1, day 278.
Customer: Moving Parts Experts Group
This will be another G-3 probe atop an R-4.1 rocket.
Year 1, day 256.
This launch features an upgraded version of the G-2 satellite, featuring larger fuel tanks and improved electrical systems. The lower stage tanks of the G-4 were lengthened slightly, to accommodate for the heavier payload.