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All Ages Published by Arendon • In this mission, you have more freedom over the make of your spacecraft and the course of your flight, preparing you for more independent missions in the future.3 years ago • 0Gameplay - |

Ages 14-18+ Published by Stoholmskole • I skal i denne mission lære om kredsløb.2 years ago • 0Math > Algebra - |

All Ages Published by AloE • An EDU Flight Recorder Variation to Rami's TG Desk - Planes on Other Planets11 months ago • 0Other science > Earth Science - Use graphical data to improve flight. |

All Ages Published by TeacherGaming LLC • In this mission, students build the R-7 rocket based on blueprints and fly it out of the atmosphere to return the Sputnik-satellite where it came from.3 years ago • 0Gameplay - |

Ages 10-18+ Published by [email protected] • Several satellites in orbit to demonstrate concepts of orbit transfer, rendezvous, and docking.11 months ago • 0Physics - orbit transfer, rendezvous, docking |

All Ages Published by TeacherGaming LLC • In this mission, students build the R-7 rocket based on blueprints and fly it out of the atmosphere to return the Sputnik-satellite where it came from.3 years ago • 0Gameplay - |

Ages 12-16 Published by Rami5MM • Jebehdah has forgotten his snacks on Kerbin and now he needs to perform a rendevouz in a orbit or spend rest of the space flight without snacks.2 years ago • 0Physics - orbital mechanics |

Ages 12-18+ Published by amarch11 • In this mission, students attempt to discover Newtons Second Law experimentally.3 years ago • 0Physics - Newton's Second Law |

Ages 12-16 Published by Rami5MM • Retrorockets have broken down and Jebediah is stuck to orbit. It's up to students to figure out ways to bring him back.2 years ago • 0Physics - The Law of Inertia |

All Ages Published by Bill Deagle • Try to land on the Mun and/or get back to Kerbin4 years ago • 0Astronomy - |

Ages 10-16 Published by Rami5MM • Kerbals have launched four rockets to the orbit with the goal to test Newtons Second Law of Motion (Force= Mass * Acceleration). This lesson is designed to be used with TeacherGaming Desk material.1 year ago • 0Physics - Newtons Second Law of Motion |

Ages 16-18 Published by Brian • Take control of orbiters around Kerbin and change their orbits to demonstrate types of orbits and demonstrate the efficiency of deorbiting versus parking GEO satellites.3 years ago • 0Physics - Orbit Types |

All Ages Published by Stoholmskole • I skal til månen, alle kneb gælder!2 years ago • 0Math > Algebra - |

Ages 5-12 Published by [email protected] • Short first lesson with limited parts1 month ago • 0Gameplay - launch, orbit, |

Ages 5-18+ Published by MrWheatland • A limited parts construction mission - the goal is to make orbit with the parts available3 years ago • 0Gameplay - Construction, launch, orbit |

Ages 14-18+ Published by Rami5MM • This tutorial is intended as an introduction tutorial to Kerbal EDU Mission Editing, with the goal of learning to create a mission for the classroom use and how to publish your own 'Asteroid Redirect'-mission on the Mission Library.2 years ago • 0Other science > Space and Astronomy - mission editing |

Ages 7-12 Published by [email protected] • Try to land the super heavy lander 4 months ago • 0Physics - |

Ages 14-18+ Published by adwoods • Take Control of 7 different rockets currently in a low Kerbal orbit. Your challenge is to correctly pilot each of them into a specific orbit. Good Luck, Pilot!4 years ago • 5Astronomy - Orbital Mechanics |

Ages 10-16 Published by TeacherGaming LLC • What makes things move? What makes things move faster? and How is it so surprisingly frustrating to try to maintain that speed? Also, try your hand at Drak Racing, the Kerbin favourite pastime!4 years ago • 0Physics - constant speed, acceleration |

All Ages Published by TeacherGaming LLC • This lesson will focus on introducing the students to the basic game concepts and flight mechanics.3 years ago • 2Gameplay - Game concepts and flight mechanics. |

Ages 7-16 Published by TeacherGaming LLC • If you have no idea what you're doing, begin here. This mission teaches you how to construct, fly and (hopefully) land a vessel. Best of luck!4 years ago • 0Engineering - design, basic controls |

Ages 12-16 Published by Rami5MM • Kerbals try to launch aircraft on different planets by utilizing rocket sledges! This mission is planned to be used with TeacherGaming Desk.1 year ago • 0Physics - |

All Ages Published by TeacherGaming LLC • This physics-oriented mission will focus on different forms of energy. It will also introduce the student to a methodology of solving problems in the game by testing various theories to see if they hold up.3 years ago • 0Physics - Energy and Work |

All Ages Published by TeacherGaming LLC • This lesson will introduce the students to the basics of vehicle construction and teach about Newton's Second Law of Motion and work.3 years ago • 1Physics - |

Ages 10-16 Published by TeacherGaming LLC • Gravity is present everywhere we see. Yet while we instinctively know how it works, it may be difficult to put in words.4 years ago • 0Physics - gravity |

All Ages Published by TeacherGaming LLC • In this mission students will get to know some basic physics phenomenon, familiarising themselves with constant speed, acceleration and Newton's second law.3 years ago • 0Physics - Basic physics |