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Up.
Straight up. Soaring. Goodbye Earth. Blast away boosters. Open cargo bay doors. And rest, just for a second.
Time to tackle orbital mechanics. Try to rendezvous with an elusive satellite. Now you see it, now you don't. Finally: contact.
Then down.
Nice and easy. Deorbit. Down through the atmosphere to land back home.
A simulation designed after consultation with NASA. The controls, the animation and the decision-making make this flight absolutely first class.
Take it.

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#3 highest rated 5200 simulation game (#21 on 5200, #16405 overall)

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