Saturn V - low earth orbit rendezvous. Launch and then rotate and capture the Lunar Lander!
- Best to manoeuvre POD above 200,000 feet, below this altitude air resistance makes is difficult (400k is a good altitude to try).
- WAIT for engines to stop before starting next stage.
- Don't 'fly' it, just try and keep her vertical using roll and pitch.
AG1 - DO NOT USE AG1 - experimental high altitude propulsion unit.
AG8 = on/off = platform motor. YAW = left / right.
TRIM up to deploy platform outriggers,
AG2 = first stage.
AG2 off, AG3 on = Second stage.
AG3 off, AG4 on = Third stage.
AG5 = Release POD(s) .
When in orbit:
RCNs up/down = left/right (sort of).
RCN YAW = forward.
VTOL up = close / capture.
AG6 = release descent pod.
AG7 = descent pod chutes.
Cam 1 = rendezvous POD.
Cam 2 = platform.
Cam 3, 4, 5 = three stages.
1. TRIM up.
2. Thrust full.
3. AG2 .
4. Wait until ~20k ft.
5. AG2 off.
6. AG3 on.
7. Wait until 50k ft.
8. AG3 off.
9. AG4 on.
10. Wait until 200k ft. plus.
11. Alternative - use AG1 (SOLID ROCKET FUEL) for additional altitude (experimental).
12. Stabilise and then AG5.
13. use Roll and Pitch to rotate POD.
14. use YAW for POD forward.
15. VTOL up one quarter.
16. CAPTURE other POD.
17. VTOL up full to capture POD.
18. AG6 for landing POD.
19. AG7 for landing POD chutes.