Transmit scientific data from space high above Kerbin
Fly past Mun
Transmit scientific data from space around Mun
This rocket features an enlongated Forager rocket, possibly capable or carrying the probe to Mun.
The launcher is configured to wait until Mun is 85º in front of the launch site before beginning the countdown. Automating launch time will become more important for performing rendezvous and launching into inclined orbits.
Mun is visible just over the horizon as the launch window is reached.
The ascent continues.
The probe is deployed after MECO.
The probe then fires its thrusters, hopefully reaching a rendezvous with Mun.
After completing the injection burn, the satellite began tracking the sun.
As the satellite rose above 250km, it transmitted "atmospheric" data back to KSC.
After passing within Mun's sphere of influence, more "atmospheric" data is relayed back to KSC.
After leaving Mun's SOI, the probe returned on an impact trajectory with Kerbin.