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Spaceflight Simulator: How to Get the Redstone Atlas Pack for Free


Spaceflight Simulator Redstone Atlas Pack Free Download: How to Build and Launch Your Own Mercury Rockets




Introduction




Do you love space and rockets? Do you want to recreate the historic missions of Project Mercury, the first human spaceflight program of the United States? Do you want to explore new worlds with your own custom-built rockets? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you will love Spaceflight Simulator and the Redstone Atlas pack.




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Spaceflight Simulator is a game that lets you design, build, and launch your own rockets in a realistic simulation of the solar system. You can create anything from simple satellites to complex interplanetary probes, and test your engineering and piloting skills in various scenarios and challenges. You can also share your creations and discoveries with other players online, and download and try out their rockets as well.


The Redstone Atlas pack is a fan-made expansion pack for Spaceflight Simulator that adds new parts and skins based on the historical rockets used in Project Mercury. These rockets are the Mercury-Redstone and the Mercury-Atlas, which launched the first American astronauts into space and orbit. With this pack, you can build and fly your own replicas of these rockets, or modify them to suit your own needs and preferences.


The best part is, you can download and install the Redstone Atlas pack for free, and enjoy all its features without any limitations or restrictions. All you need is a device that can run Spaceflight Simulator, and a few minutes of your time. In this article, we will show you how to do that, and how to build and launch your own Mercury rockets in Spaceflight Simulator.


Building Your Own Mercury Rockets




The Mercury-Redstone Rocket




The Mercury-Redstone rocket was the first rocket used in Project Mercury, and the first rocket to launch an American astronaut into space. It was a modified version of the Redstone ballistic missile, which was developed by the US Army as a nuclear weapon delivery system. The Mercury-Redstone rocket had a single-stage liquid-fueled engine that could produce about 78 kN of thrust, and could reach a maximum altitude of about 200 km. It could carry a single Mercury capsule, which housed the astronaut and the life support systems.


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The Mercury-Redstone rocket was used for six suborbital flights between 1960 and 1961, four of which were manned by Alan Shepard, Virgil Grissom, Ham (a chimpanzee), and Enos (another chimpanzee). The most famous of these flights was Mercury-Redstone 3, also known as Freedom 7, which launched Alan Shepard as the first American in space on May 5, 1961. He reached an altitude of 187 km and a speed of 8,280 km/h, before splashing down in the Atlantic Ocean after 15 minutes of flight.


If you want to build a Mercury-Redstone rocket in Spaceflight Simulator, you will need the following parts from the Redstone Atlas pack:



Part


Quantity


Description


Mercury Capsule


1


The crew module that houses the astronaut and the life support systems.


Mercury Escape Tower


1


The emergency system that can separate the capsule from the rocket in case of a launch failure.


Mercury Retro Pack


1


The small thrusters that can slow down the capsule before reentry.


Mercury Heat Shield


1


The protective layer that prevents the capsule from overheating during reentry.


Mercury Decoupler


1


The device that can detach the capsule from the rocket after reaching the desired altitude.


Redstone Tank


1


The fuel tank that contains liquid oxygen and ethanol for the rocket engine.


Redstone Engine1


The rocket engine that provides the thrust for the rocket.


To assemble the Mercury-Redstone rocket in Spaceflight Simulator, you will need to follow these steps:



  • Start a new rocket and select the Mercury Capsule as the first part.



  • Attach the Mercury Escape Tower on top of the capsule.



  • Attach the Mercury Retro Pack on the bottom of the capsule.



  • Attach the Mercury Heat Shield on the bottom of the retro pack.



  • Attach the Mercury Decoupler on the bottom of the heat shield.



  • Attach the Redstone Tank on the bottom of the decoupler.



  • Attach the Redstone Engine on the bottom of the tank.



  • Adjust the staging and settings of the parts as needed.



  • Save and name your rocket.



You should now have a complete Mercury-Redstone rocket ready to launch. Here is how it should look like:



To launch and fly a Mercury-Redstone rocket in Spaceflight Simulator, you will need to follow these steps:



  • Select your rocket and choose a launch site. We recommend Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA, as it was the historical launch site for Project Mercury.



  • Start the countdown and activate the first stage, which will ignite the Redstone Engine and lift off the rocket.



  • Follow a vertical ascent until you reach an altitude of about 10 km, then gradually tilt your rocket to the east to gain horizontal speed.



  • Keep an eye on your speed and altitude, and aim for a suborbital trajectory that reaches a peak altitude of about 200 km. You can use the map view to check your trajectory and adjust your pitch accordingly.



  • When your fuel runs out, activate the second stage, which will detach the capsule from the rocket. The escape tower will also be jettisoned automatically.



  • Enjoy the view from space and take some screenshots if you want. You can also control your capsule's attitude with the reaction control system (RCS) thrusters.



  • When you start to fall back to Earth, activate the third stage, which will fire the retro pack thrusters to slow down your capsule and prepare for reentry.



  • When you enter the atmosphere, activate the fourth stage, which will deploy a drogue parachute to stabilize your capsule and reduce its speed.



  • When you reach an altitude of about 3 km, activate the fifth stage, which will deploy a main parachute to slow down your capsule further and ensure a safe landing.



  • Splash down in the ocean and wait for recovery. Congratulations, you have completed a successful suborbital flight with your Mercury-Redstone rocket!



The Mercury-Atlas Rocket




The Mercury-Atlas rocket was the second rocket used in Project Mercury, and the first rocket to launch an American astronaut into orbit. It was a modified version of the Atlas intercontinental ballistic missile, which was developed by the US Air Force as a nuclear weapon delivery system. The Mercury-Atlas rocket had a two-and-a-half-stage liquid-fueled engine that could produce about 360 kN of thrust, and could reach a maximum altitude of about 300 km. It could carry a single Mercury capsule, which housed the astronaut and the life support systems.


The Mercury-Atlas rocket was used for six orbital flights between 1962 and 1963, four of which were manned by John Glenn, Scott Carpenter, Walter Schirra, and Gordon Cooper. The most famous of these flights was Mercury-Atlas 6, also known as Friendship 7, which launched John Glenn as the first American in orbit on February 20, 1962. He orbited the Earth three times in about five hours, reaching a maximum altitude of 265 km and a speed of 28,000 km/h, before splashing down in the Atlantic Ocean.


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