John Kerman

John Kerman, has been the lead technical reporter at Comm Net News since the position was created. He has years of experience dealing with advanced aeronautic and space projects.

KSP 2 Announced

Earlier today Take Two Interactive announced Kerbal Space Program 2!

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Mark Four Announced

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As expected, today the Kerbal Space Center held a press conference to announce the next flight in the Mark program, the Mark Four. This next launch promises to be the most technologically advanced and ambitious launch in Kerbin’s history. Unveiling a dramatic new launch vehicle configuration, they also announced that they feel that this is

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KSC Expected To Announce Mark Four Flight in Near Future

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It is expected that the Kerbal Space Center will be announcing the next in the Mark program launches, presumably named the Mark Four. This reporter has received multiple reports from a number of reliable sources which when taken together all seem to point to a major announcement in the Mark program within the next few

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More Breaking Ground Information

We’ve got a fair amount more information on the Breaking Ground expansion, detailing a number of the new parts, features, and experiments! Head on over to the Kerbal forums to find out all the details!

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Breaking Ground DLC Announced

Just announced by Squad: Kerbal Space Program: Breaking Ground Expansion! A new DLC Expansion that adds robotic parts to enhance your landers and probes, new surface features to give those landers something to investigate, deployable science packages that continue to take measurements over time, and a new space suit! All this will be yours for

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Mk1 Command Pod Tour

Today we present our long awaited tour of the Mark One Capsule, in many ways the most important component of the entire Mark Program. The capsule ensures that our brave Kerbonauts have an environment that protects them from the hazards of space, allows them to control the craft, and to perform other functions such as

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Mark Three Rockets Into Space

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Once again, the sun rose over the Kerbal Space Center, causing the buildings to cast long shadows across the grounds. Standing alone on the pad, the Mark Three vehicle seemed to be eager to prove to all of Kerbin what it could do. A test bed for numerous new technologies, it was clear that this

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Mark Three to Launch Today

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Kerbal Space Center announced that they will be attempting to launch the Mark Three mission early today, a mission that will test out many new technologies, and if all goes well, will propel Jebediah Kerman (no relation) into the inhospitable vacuum of space. As always, CommNetNews will be there, and will give you the full

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Mark Three Update

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Today the Kerbal Space Center announced the move of the Mark Three vehicle to the launch pad, and that the Mark Three will be piloted by the now veteran Jebediah Kerman (no relation). Once again, the Pad Move Team performed their usual fine work and the Mark Three vehicle now stands on the pad, undergoing

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Mark Three Flight and Vehicle announced

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The Kerbal Space Center announced it’s next mission in the Mark Program, the Mark Three flight. This is the first flight since President John F. Kerman (no relation) delivered his lofty goal of a Mun landing. To achieve this goal, great strides are going to have to be made in space flight, and the Mark

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