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Rob-With-One-B

Me: "I deliberately seek to design my ships according to the physiological and psychological needs of the crew over a long space voyage. We cannot expect humans to tolerate months on end inside of a tin can and we should not ask the same of Kerbals." Also me: "Why yes, I do use nuclear thermal rockets inside Kerbin's magnetosphere and barely a hundred metres from inhabited space stations."


frugalerthingsinlife

My asteroid interceptors have a little lawn chair behind the grabber so the brave Kerbalnaut who signs up for this mission has a nice view of the mining operation. I also place him or her between thermal radiators and nuclear generators so they stay super warm. I think they somehow evolved to metabolize the radiation for sustenance.


GamerBoy7474

Oh wow this makes a lot of sense! They survive cosmic radiation just fine and don’t need food this might be it!


MyNameIdeaWasTaken

In all honesty the little piece of metal is just as dangerous


TheMonicop

And more accurate than some 760 ton rocket powered ballistic missile


sossololpipi

is less dangerous tho


OwOfysh

there’s always the “terminate” button in the tracking center


Ilovecats1842

What video was this in


catsmasher42069

All of them