[Edited by HerpDerp2332, 5/24/2013 1:49:56 PM]
They tend to go flying off into orbit around the sun.
Then slowly tilt towards the the horizon, in the direction of the planet's rotation. This is usually the direction that space planes take off from on the runway thingy.
Then by around 30 KM, you should be flying at at least 45 degrees ish
and after 50 KM, you should be flying at at least 20 degrees ish
ALWAYS look at the damn map
Once reach an apoapsis of 75 km or higher, cut your engines. If you see that your apoapsis is rapidly falling, apply a little power to keep it up a bit.
Wait till you reach the apoapsis (Watch in the map view, speed up helps a bit)
You should be pointed slightly above the horizon, when you reach the apoapsis.
Once you're at the apoapsis, start your engines up again.
If you are going past your apoapsis, point your ship higher up to bring it back to you, if the apoapsis is moving ahead of you, point your ship downwards until you start to catch up.
Stay on the apoapsis like this until you raise your periapsis to 75 kmish . You'll be able to tell when the PE and AP markers suddenly flip around.... quite violently.
If they aren't perfect it really doesn't matter... you just need a circumference a good distance from Kerbin.
Then boom goes the dynamite, you got a baby... uhh orbit.
But I must say that I studied history in college, not rocket surgery.
Put the thing in space and then hope it doesn't explode.
This guy is the best...
also rocket surgery is serious business.
Yeah... also i wish you luck with the mun, took me ages to get there then the crew was stranded due to a lack of fuel.
Also unrelated i just ate a bowl of cereal and it tasted of dish soap just after i ate the entire bowl. MFW all the milk was basically like dish soap :| i have no idea why i'm posting this here...
[Edited by HerpDerp2332, 5/25/2013 9:40:59 PM]
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