19/2/2014 NEW RELEASE:
VSKYLABS Mars Exploration Program 2014 - Blunt-shaped entry vehicle for Mars. Entry simulation.
This is a 12,000 Pounds / 33 foot diameter lander.
Complete entry sequence is 7:12 Minutes.
Maximum deceleration g is between 2 to 3.
Maximum lift/drag ratio during Aero-brake is between 0.235 to 0.3.
This vehicle will be available for download for X-Plane 9 in a few days, including full report.
Mars entry and landing simulation coupled with real Mars elevation data (X-Plane 9)
and Google Earth imaging and visualization.
NEWS, NEW RELEASES, NOTES:
NEW RELEASE (27/1/14)
*** RC PILOTS - HOLD ON TIGHT ***
1:6 Scale RC Lockheed Constellation
250 Pounds of weight
Advantages of training with VSKYLABS RC models in X-Plane:
- X-Plane is the most advanced flight simulation nowadays.
- Physics, performance and handling tuned by real-life expert RC pilots.
-Advanced training for real-life operations.
- Engine/flight controls/landing gears emergencies.
- Wide range of weather conditions simulation.
NEW RELEASE (22/1/14)
Giant Scale R/C Douglas C-47 Model airplane for X-Plane 10.25+
Ultimate R/C Simulation
VSKYLABS is collaborating with Team Prometheus
on it's mission to put a UAV into space and return it safely.
for the purpose of finding economical means of utilizing this environment to the benefit of all mankind.
1.11.2013 - NEW RELEASE AVAILABLE:
GET READY FOR A TRANSATLANTIC ADVENTURE!!!!
VSKYLABS Maximus - Atlantic prototype.
12.09.2013 - NEW RELEASE:
VSKYLABS Original prototype "SPARK"
*** ATTENTION R/C PILOTS ***
All of VSKYLABS R/C Airplanes are updated now to X-Plane V10.21
All reported bugs were FIXED.
All models now equipped with a new COCKPIT PANEL,
which features both onboard FPV flying and environmental settings.
PROJECT ON PROGRESS:
ZERO TO MACH-3 FLIGHT PROFILE SCHEDULE SIMULATION
FLIGHT-MODEL FINE TUNED USING REAL PERFORMANCE CHARTS:
- Take off and climb profile performace (including correct time/position checkpoints).
- Mach 3.2 / 75,000 feet cruise schedule performance.
- Subsonic cruise performance.
- Field length requierments.
- Climb and descent.
- Final and landing.
** Coming soon **