Space Flight Sims of 2000-2009

2000

2001

2002

2003

Homeworld 2

Homeworld 2was the sequel to Homeworld and was released in 2003. Published by Sierra.

2004

2005

Orbiter

Orbiter

Orbiter is a freeware space flight simulator for the PC that is fun, powerful, realistic, expandable, and educational.

Based on the real science and math of orbital mechanics and atmospheric flight, it features a first-person astronaut's perspective and beautiful 3D graphics. Orbiter's developer, Dr. Martin Schweiger, has created an amazing virtual world of real and fictional spacecraft, space stations, planets, and moons. It includes a variety of spacecraft, space stations, and sample scenarios or "missions.".

The Flight Sim Museum is proud to host Bruce Irving's free guide to Orbiter- "Go Play In Space".

"Go Play In Space" (Second Edition) - an Introductory Tutorial manual for Orbiter  Space Flight Simulator.
"Go Play In Space" (Second Edition) by Bruce Irving.

Fun with Martin Schweiger's Orbiter Space Flight Simulator. This Introductory Tutorial manual is a colorful picture book about humans going to Mars, how they might realistically go about this, and where this might lead in the future.

Download Go Play in space here

2006


Title - Orbiter
Release Date - May 4th 2006
Developer - Dr. Martin Schweiger
Publisher - www.orbitersim.com
Comments - Orbiter is a amazing free 3D Space Simulator written by Dr. Martin Schweiger, Ph.D. Orbiter contains accurate math and orbital physics, and has an extensive community support base. This is the 2006 release.

"Go Play In Space" (Second Edition) - an Introductory Tutorial manual for Orbiter  Space Flight Simulator.
"Go Play In Space" (Second Edition) by Bruce Irving.

Fun with Martin Schweiger's Orbiter Space Flight Simulator. This Introductory Tutorial manual is a colorful picture book about humans going to Mars, how they might realistically go about this, and where this might lead in the future.

Download Go Play in space here

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