It's no secret that we, daughter/son of the Madame President, whizz around the solar system in at most a 60kw nuclear fission rocket, from the Moon to Pallas to Mercury and beyond.
My question is: what's the math for this? The time-frame? I don't think we're spending two years waiting for Mars-Earth sweetspots or the like. Pardon me if this has been done before as well - I did a quick cursory search and found nothing.
There doesn't seem to be an explicit mention that the protagonist is running around on NTRs, that the protagonist isn't doing multiple missions at once, or that the protagonist is even within a light second of the action.
You can see the timeline in Levels.txt :
Year - Mission 2249.0 - Distress Call at Luna 2249.2 - False Flag 2249.6 - Predatory Opportunism 2249.4 - A Small Diversion 2249.3 - Orbital Fallout 2249.9 - Lagrange Point Graveyard 2250.5 - The Interamnian Incident 2250.9 - Force Projection 2251.0 - Uranian Cargo Run 2252.4 - Retaking Ceres 2252.5 - Homecoming 2252.72 - Main Belt Extraction 2252.8 - Proportionate Retribution (killing a passenger liner at Uranus, which is actually not part of the campaign; go figure) 2253.0 - Vesta Overkill 2253.3 - On the Surface of Giants 2253.7 - Solar Ties 2254.5 - Dusk Over Triton 2255.4 - The Jovian Lunar Tour 2257.0 - Saturn's Legacy (two enemy fleets at Saturn's moons; has no introductory text and is also not part of the campaign) 2257.4 - The Fall of Titan 2257.5 - Ending