The Moho Surveyor moves into a polar orbit, and begins mapping the surface of Moho! It shouldn’t be too long before KSEA has fully imaged the surface!
The Moho Surveyor reaches Moho! At just the correct moment, the engines fire to reach orbit!
The 278k orbit proves ideal, and the Surveyor’s three scanners begin capturing a detailed view of the surface! Once a few orbits are complete, the craft will transition to a polar orbit.
This major success is all the talk of Kerbin!
Construction starts on a new probe, Moho Surveyor. This probe will be launched into an orbit of Moho, and hopefully begin mapping the surface!
The Moho Surveyor is essentially the same design as the Duna Surveyor, only launched atop the Sarnus-X rocket, in an effort to give the spacecraft the best chance to arrive at Moho with a signifigant amount of Delta V that will be required to enter orbit!