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To get career mode, create a new world, and name it "Test Career".

The sound produced by the Peregrine engine

The Peregrine Engine is a low-efficiency; medium-thrust engine which is the first liquid fueled engine that the player unlocks in Career Mode. It was added in 1.5.5 update. It seems to be a merge of Hawk and Kolibri Engine.
As Stef once wrote on his Discord, "it is just a quickly thrown together engine for the prototype."[1] The engine burns 5 tons of liquid fuel in 12 seconds.

This engine is best used in the second stage of larger rockets, or in the first stage of smaller rockets. It is also pretty decent in boosters.

The flame produced by the Peregrine engine

Trivia

  • In 1.5.5 it was possible to get it outside of career mode by saving the project in Career and opening it in classic mode or Blueprint-Editing, but in the next update (1.5.5.1), the developer removed this option.
  • However you can still get the engine by Sandbox Mode.


Parts
Basics ParachuteCapsuleHeat ShieldSeparatorFuel TanksHawk EngineValiant EngineKolibri EnginePeregrine EngineRCS ThrustersSide SeparatorSolid Rocket BoostersAerodynamic Nose ConeLanding Leg
6 Wide 6 Wide Aerodynamic Nose ConeFuel TanksSeparatorHeat ShieldEngine Base
8 Wide 8 Wide Aerodynamic Nose ConeFuel TanksSeparatorHeat ShieldEngine Base
10 Wide Fuel TanksSeparatorHeat ShieldEngine Base
12 Wide Fuel TanksSeparatorHeat ShieldEngine Base
Engines Titan EngineFrontier EngineHawk EnginePeregrine EngineValiant EngineKolibri EngineRCS ThrustersIon Engine
Aerodynamic Parts ParachuteSide ParachuteAerodynamic Nose ConeAerodynamic Fuselage
Fairings Fairing
Structural Structural Part
Other Docking PortLanding LegsIon EngineProbeRCS ThrustersWheelsSolar PanelFuel Pipe
Currently removed in Version 1.5
BatteryRTG
Removed in older versions
Probe (Large)Fairing AdapterAdapter

References

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