Scotskerb

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About Scotskerb

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  • Location On escape trajectory out of the universe
  • Interests Pushing the limits

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  1. I'm actually not entirely talking about challenges. I'm pretty much only interested in the challenges that involve exploring new worlds. Also, I really don't think the warp drive should be added regardless of whether we have a new star system. You'd be surprised at how far you can go with just stock parts and a computer that isn't built for gaming. Speaking of my computer not being built for gaming, I will note that when I use mods I get constant lag. Also, with star mods, the sun-tracking solar panels tend to just clip into the spacecraft and stop working, so I'm limited to using RTGs.
  2. I've never seen a post-apocalyptic KSP mod. This should prove interesting.
  3. Well, I'm going to test it. If it goes well, do you mind if I post the reconfigured version up here?
  4. I see. And you've tested this on various computers?
  5. I'd still like to test it myself.
  6. You're sure it's not just your computer? I'd like to test this myself.
  7. I suppose that makes sense. Have you tested this?
  8. BTW I was reconfiguring the stars in this mod to have real-life distances (instead of the 1/10 scale that you did), and I can't seem to find any real config file for the GJ 570 System. Can you help me out here?
  9. Not that I'm aware. However, they do not orbit our sun, either. The static model would still be more accurate than the heliocentric model.
  10. I just had an idea! What if you replaced the sun with something that has zero mass and size, and then created a new sun orbiting the object? Then you could have all of the stars orbiting this object. This would work because they would all orbit at 0 m/s, and bodies aren't positioned based on orbital period. Thoughts?
  11. I was talking about 1.1.3. Thanks!
  12. Ah. Yes. I've seen that video. Still, it is incredibly satisfying to land on extrasolar planets, even if it's not much harder than Eeloo. Once you get to Eve, you can get pretty much anywhere via gravity assists on very little delta v.
  13. Do the latest versions of Constellations work with earlier versions of KSP?
  14. Whooooooooaaaaaahhhhhh! I like