The first of my Interstellar Series that I will probably finish within the next 2 years cause my build speed is like that.
The Ranger was utilized by the crews of the Lazarus Missions, and then by the 4 man crew of the final stage of the Lazarus, called the Endurance. The crew, lead by Dr. Brand, consisted of Pilot Joseph Cooper, Mission Physicist Romilly, and Team Dead Boy Seneca Crane.
I’m sorry, that was a terrible description but if you haven’t watched Interstellar yet, then most of this description is not going to make sense to you, and if you haven’t watched the Hunger Games, then that last part of the vehicle description is not going to make sense either.
AG 2: VTOL mode
AG 2 + VTOL Slider: Move Up/Down
AG 1: “We’re Gonna Spark It!”
AG 4: Inner Airlock Door
AG 5: Outer Airlock Door
AG 6: Outer Airlock Door Airlock Door (idk what its called)
Landing Gear: Landing Gear
Miller’s Planet at Sunset
Miller’s Planet (These two Pictures Taken using a Custom Map I Threw Together)
Ranger Flying Through Miller’s Clouds
Ranger Flying Around Miller’s Planet
This movie is a good movie.
And there, I present the most accurate Ranger on this site.
And though part count is high, most parts are set to "calculateDrag = false" so it should be fine.
here i've posted a link to the map that I threw together in 10 minutes that I used to take the two Miller's Planet landed in-water pictures. It's literally just terrain 1.5 meters under the water. And there's also a giant iceberg shaped thing that I tried to use as a giant wave but it didnt work out. So yeah, just kind of ignore that i guess.
- Predecessor Ranger 1.5 2 big
- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 40.1ft (12.2m)
- Length 90.1ft (27.5m)
- Height 22.9ft (7.0m)
- Empty Weight -4,734,385lbs (-2,147,483kg)
- Loaded Weight 101,830lbs (46,189kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 5.497
- Wing Loading 10.5lbs/ft2 (51.1kg/m2)
- Wing Area 9,730.6ft2 (904.0m2)
- Drag Points 204
- Number of Parts 1824
- Control Surfaces 2