Cities: Skylines

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Chirp X Launch Pad - Space Shuttle
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Mar 19 @ 10:54am
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Chirp X Launch Pad - Space Shuttle

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Chirp X Space Center
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Launch pad for Chirp X Space center. Featuring the american Space Shuttle.

The Space Shuttle was first launched in 1981 as a part of a program to reuse parts of the vehicles in order to make launches into Earth orbit less expensives.
Soon the shuttle became a true icon and probably one of the most recognizable vehicles in space flight so far.
A total of 6 orbiters were made, 5 of those capable of reaching space. During the program lifetime a total of 135 missions were launched, with 133 successful ones and 2 failed as result of tragic accidents.
In the end the cost reduction wasn't as significative as initially expected so the program was ended in 2011.

Model Stats:

Main model: 5948 tris
Main textures: 2048x2048 D, N, S, I, A
Lod model: 581 tris
Lod textures: 512x512 D, I

Game Stats:

Level 4 Unique Building
Lot size: 7x15
Plop cost: 85000
Upkeep: 1600 /week
Does almost nothing, it's just for looks. Won't take tourists or workers. It is very noisy though. Can be placed anywhere on the ground. Comes with dirt roads (2 unit sepraration) to build crawlerways!!

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Chillburn Mar 23 @ 2:51pm 
I want to believe that this will actually launch.
Ignus  [author] Mar 22 @ 4:27pm 
@The Mad Carrot Don't think I will, at the moment at least. I have planned to make the mission control building and the VAB is already in my collection, both from KSC, if that interests you.
Also the only animations I know can be made are of the revolving kind, like spinning windmills. So I don't think it could be made to launch.
Mad Carrot Mar 22 @ 2:18pm 
Sick. Always wanted more space center stuff. To bad it doesn't actually launch though. Is that even possible in any way? Also I would like to see a launch site that resembles KCS's Launch Complex 39, complete with the classic Fixed and Rotating Service Structures. That would be great. What do you say? :)
Macronomicus Mar 19 @ 2:06pm