Originally Posted by Squad
We're proud to announce Kerbal Space Program will be released on the 27th of April. Enjoy the first preview video!
Holy crap! They actually posted something that could be announced on Twitter in the forums!
KMC is hosting the 1.0 Hype Party! (On DMP). Come join in on the hype!
Updated 24th April 2015 at 14:13 by Engineer Of Stuff
This is the first installment in my semi-weekly (as in: I might update it every week) pictures of the week blog!
May give pics of WIPS.
First ever posted craft:
Most recently posted craft:
Still working on the Vostok:
I won a R-8 challenge:
I found the mun castle:
Well, we have left alpha and are now leaving beta. It has been so much fun to participate in the development of Kerbal Space Program (that is a cool thing to say, there are not many games where the community is so involved). The community will begin to feel different, but KSP lovers will still be KSP lovers.
There is a neat video that really sums up what the alpha/beta development of KSP was like.
Originally Posted by Rune
Rune. I am still pondering launch options... when 1.0 comes, lifting these things is going to be interesting, I'd bet.
Thanks Rune, you rock!
Originally Posted by Brotoro
Here is the Duna Base payload (this includes the Squatty Base, a Fuel Fido, and Fuel Station you requested...plus the rack of science landers).
While posting this file, I noticed that I had a BirdDog3 file already posted. I think that was the version I made that didn't require landing legs on the GasStation (back when the "improved" landing legs were messed up for a version).
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And here is Desdin's Mobile Eve Base. That has a standard
Originally Posted by Columbia
I had this too, It can be worked around pretty easily, but is annoying long-term.
I think the problem is switching out of the KSP screen while the save is loading.. It stops when I don't.
Is there a fix for this?
I just realized that this was my 300th post on the forums.
At this rate, I'll get to 1,000 in a year or two!
NASA is never likely to land humans on another planet or moon again. Not even the moon and mars will ever be reached with the amount of funding provided by the US government, and this is unlikely to ever change soon. Perhaps instead of thinking about NASA we should be looking into the possibility of someone else reaching other planets:
Russia's space program might continue on to the moon, and it has already announced that it will use its old ISS modules for its own space station. They
My name is greydragon70 CEO of Jolly Roger Aerospace.
Friday I saw the SW Episode IIV trailer. Since then I've been working on a short tribute film in KSP. I'm very proud of it and would like to know what you think of it.