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  1. Benjamin Kerman's Welding Supply Co. Is proud to present Ludicrous Propulsion Systems v.0.2.3 "Adding new throtteable hybrid engines and taller fuel tanks in all stock sizes since 4/11/17" Download here! (This alpha release includes just the hybrid engines without stock SQUAD models, added interstage plate) Description: Have you ever felt tired of having to stack two Rockomax Jumbo-64's on top of each other? Have you ever felt like you could use a set of longer 0.625m Liquid Fuel Tanks? Have you ever wanted THROTTLEABLE SOLID FUEL BOOSTERS??? Well, you are in luck! Ludicrous Propulsion Systems adds all of these things to your game, as well as radial-size adapting LFO engines! Hybrid SRBs, longer and even longer fuel tanks, and more, LPS is the only solution to high part count. Pics!!! This mod is licensed under a MIT license. I have spent many hours working on the code, so I would appreciate it if you don't pass it off as your own work without at least mentioning me. Copyright (c) 2017, @Benjamin Kerman and @hedgey579 Source Code: The code is functional, but uses stock textures. We are still working on the final models and textures. I would be grateful for anyone to go through the code I have so far and make a bug report if you find anything wrong about it. Planned Features: Changelog: Contributions: @hedgey579: Doing all the modeling and being my "partner in crime". @linuxgurugamer: Thanks for answering all my questions about .dll files. @Streetwind: Thanks for answering my questions about the differences between all the kinds of mods. @Nertea: Thank you for getting me into modding, as your mods were the first I downloaded. @Supercheese: Help with balancing part prices. Want to help? Feel free to make a pull request on my GitHub page for any of your mods. This mod includes ModuleManager (MM) and AVC, all credit for those goes to the authors @sarbian and @cybutek respectivly.
  2. I love this game so much but I found one thing missing. I was wondering if there was a mod for 1.2.2 that has a structural plate that you can shift and morph like procedural wings. If not, if anyone would be kind enough to provice a step-by-step to modifying or adding the part myself. If not, pointing to something to help me do that, would be very nice. Thank you all in advance.
  3. Hello, I have TestFlight installed and screen shot of my very first rocket with the Aerobee engine. My Issue is the the Aerobee never burns for 50sec. It fails at about 10secs or 3.6km altitude every single time. I have doubled checked the fuel mixture and doesn't seem like an issue(see screenshot). I had the EngineGUI open and the Thrust/Drag ratio keeps dropping and the engine fails with the message "No more ignitions left". Is this is bug or a feature? I tried flying the same rocket multiple times hoping the failure rate reduces but it consistently fails at same point. So confused!! KSP: 1.2.2 RO: v11.4.1(Pre-release v2) TestFlight-Core: v1.8.0.0 Thanks
  4. I will introduce the Black Hole Tanks Mod. (As soon as i have a picture of its modal i will upload it) The Black hole tanks mod allows one to use the Two tanks (One LFO and the other Ore) to hold large volumes of material (such as Ore and LFO) in a Smaller package than would normally be required. Make by Daquan Kerman the two tanks Dry mass is 20 tons (in order to discourage intrepid SSTO Users from adding 15 Mamoths to it) but holds an amazing 12000 LF and 14666.67 Oxidizer. the Ore tanks wet mass has yet to be determined. The tanks do retain their full wet mass, as in order to also discourage its use as a main stage fuel tank for it is meant for Satellites and ground stations Im trying to build some support and would happily accept anyone willing to help me test the tanks. I am also accepting anyones help in modeling, New ideas, or even just Balancing. All suggestions for parts would be happily accepted. https://github.com/Darknesshas1/DK-BHTanks Benjamin Kermen (My cocreator), Linuxgurugamer (Helping us with the .dll) and I are working together on this mod. It is my first so i have no clue what i'm doing, and am happy for all of the help they're providing
  5. Originally designed by @Xaiier as an advanced successor to the popular Dynamic Warp mod, this mod gives you complete control of time in KSP by allowing you to slow down time to get those cool explosions on video(or find out why your rocket is blowing up on the pad), boost the rate of time to ridiculous levels without loss of precision to ease those long burns, set custom warp rates and per-planet custom altitude limits, utilize automatic warping, and monitor the physics engine and game performance. @westamastaflash has updated the code for several iteration of KSP, and now to celebrate a lot of rewriting code, a new thread, as promised! Download current release on GitHub. Compatible with KSP 1.2.2. Curseforge Project Site December 28, 2016 - New release, version 2.5. Compile for KSP 1.2.2 MiniAVC added back in. @linuxgurugamer fixed minimize button to be a 'close' button instead to eliminate confusion. Please add issues or enhancement requests to the issue tracker! Source Code also on Github. MIT License. Images (Removed IMGUR because I can't see it??) This mod includes version checking using MiniAVC. If you opt-in, it will use the internet to check whether there is a new version available. Data is only read from the internet and no personal information is sent. For a more comprehensive version checking experience, please download the KSP-AVC Plugin. Usage: The three letters at the top of the window allow you to switch operation modes between slow-mo, hyper warp, and the rails warp editor. In the Space Center and Tracking Station, only "R" is available. Slow-motion: Hyper warp: Rails editor: ? Settings and Information Changelog Time Modding Notes (by Xaiier)
  6. Hello everyone! This is an upcoming addon that I plan to release ~April 2017! You lucky lads and lasses might get it earlier if I can work hard enough. Right now, we only have space engine alpha screenshots. I'm looking for Devs to help me (For free, it's voluntarily, as all coding is) as I am stuck. I can do stars at the current moment. Gas Giant Hedsa. Orbits star Kernius. Largest moon of Hedsa, named Flairion. Smallest moon of Hedsa, dubbed Encharged, as it contains a huge amount of Thorium. It was formed from a Mars / Duna sized rock that hit the planet that was primarily made from Thorium, Plutonium and Urainium, so as it decayed over thousands of years, it heated the planet so it was warm, resulting in a mini star. This is the remains of this. A mini gas planet, which was knocked off from Hedsa and clumped together, resulting this gas ball that looks like it is moving. Unnamed moon 1 That all so far! Hope you enjoy!
  7. This mod adds keyboard lighting functionality to Kerbal Space Program. Talking about it really doesn't do it much good. Take a look at this awesome video from GameInstructor, who tested the mod and explains it very comprehensively: Features Function keys 1 to 0 are only lit, if the underlying action group actually does anything. The keys are displayed in two different colors, depending on whether the action group is toggled or not. The keys for SAS, RCS, Gears, Lights and the Brakes are lit up in different colors, indicating if the respective system was activated or not. The amount of resources in the current stage is displayed on your keypad and the keys to the left of it (PrtScr, ScrLk, ..., PageDown) The color of W, A, S, D, E and Q varies slightly depending on whether you're in precision or normal steering mode The keys for timewarp control are lit either red for physics timewarp or green for normal timewarp Full list of game effects Stylized Kerbal Space Program logo that fades in on every scene that does not contain any noteworthy keyboard interaction (pressing Escape to go to the menu not being noteworthy enough to light up the key) In the vessel editor, different kinds of keysets are lit up according to the current editor mode. Control keys and toggleable function keys are lit up in different colors, showing whether the function is switched on or off during flight. Reduced keyset lit for EVA mode Resource gauges displayed on the keypad and the keys above the UpDownLeftRight keys. Power failure animation on vessels that need power to be controllable Crash animation that triggers when crashing a vessel's root part Splashdown animation that triggers, when landing on water. Vessel electricity status displayed on any Razer mouse and mousepad connected Vessel heat displayed in three colors (blue = cool, red = warm/hot, yellow = you're in trouble), uses the scrollwheel and logo on mice and the bottom LEDs on the mousepad. "Dear GF, please don't disturb me now" feature on the headset. The device is colored red, when you can't quicksave right now. Turns green once quicksave is allowed again. Vessel height above ground displayed on F1 to F4 keys (F1 = 10m, F2 = 50m, F3 = 100m, F4 = 1000m). The intensity changes, e.g. if F1 is fully lit and F2 is half lit, you are 30 meters above ground. Installation Unzip the release archive and place the KSPChromaControl folder in your KSP GameData directory. Start KSP and witness the awesomeness of highlighted function keys while kerbaling through space (optional) Move the file ChromaAppInfo.xml from the mod folder into the KSP folder, to allow Synapse to recognize the game properly. Download: https://github.com/cguckes/ksp-chroma/releases http://mods.curse.com/ksp-mods/kerbal/244127-ksp-chroma-control License: GPLv3 Enjoy!
  8. Important note! Do not use on KSP 1.1.0! Weird things will happen, and it won't work! It requires at least KSP 1.1.1! About: This is an update of Vendan's mod of the same name. Like the original, Kerbals will now use Monopropellant for EVA fuel, instead of getting unlimited free fuel. The Kerbals take 5 units with them when they leave the ship, and return any leftover fuel back to the ship when they re-enter. New to this updated version: Rescue contract ships will give Kerbals 1 unit of fuel to reach safety, instead of leaving them totally stranded. Kerbal Inventory System's EVA tanks will also use Monopropellant to refill. (Props to IgorZ for the help.) The fuel type and fuel conversion ratio is configurable. (Much thanks to Shinsaka.) License & source code: The license is still MIT, like Vendan's original. The code is now at: https://github.com/AliceTheGorgon/EvaFuel. Downloads: https://github.com/AliceTheGorgon/EvaFuel/releases http://spacedock.info/mod/623/EvaFuel https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B4ps98pMWaZnSTZXSzNKUzJrMW8#list https://mega.nz/#F!3BZDxLJZ!RLnUBPlFUSV5Mn0LoJ08lg CKAN: The version for KSP 1.2.2 is live on CKAN. Changelog: Known issues: Entering a ship that has no monoprop storage causes the EVA fuel to vanish into the ether. Incompatibilities: Kerbalism Kerbalism and this mod both do similar "Kerbals use monoprop for EVA" things, and Kerbalism also changes the Kerbals to actually use straight monoprop instead of EVA Propellant. (This last part is especially confusing to EvaFuel.) Uninstallation: If your KIS EVA tanks don't work after removing this mod, open the saved game in a text editor, and replace all instances of ModuleKISItemEvaPropellantProxy with ModuleKISItemEvaPropellant. This should only be a problem if you used exactly version 1.1 of EvaFuel.
  9. The Dwarf Star is a mod that adds a tiny red dwarf carbon star1 that, as of now, adds 2 planets, which orbit the star (Which is named 'Phoenix'). I'm also going for a user-based approach, where users here can suggest planets/moons2 to be added around Phoenix. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Current Objects: PHOENIX: Phoenix is a tiny, tiny L-type main sequence carbon star with a soot-grey3 atmosphere and 1 planet orbiting it. REKIESSE: With its great bulk, deadly features and great proximity to the star, this planet proves the most daunting of all the Phoenix worlds and it eludes all reasoning. The only supporting knowledge for its presence is that it formed at or beyond the outer border of the habitable zone and migrated in. SEPTIS: A planet just a tad larger than Kerbin, but with a bit less gravity. It's close enough to Phoenix to feel quite a lot of tidal friction, but isn't close enough to be a molten wasteland. The surface is dotted with volcanoes, as well as patches of blue-black bacteria. No water is on the surface, but there are pockets underground that the bacteria feast on. NEEBRILLE: Neebrille is a large planet almost entirely made of water, except for the iron core, and some small archipelagos floating ontop of the liquid water. Most of the water is frozen because of low temperatures or high pressures, but there is a wide equatorial 'river' that is liquid. ABRAXA: Abraxa is a cold, dark world with a hot side covered in liquid ammonia. The planet is smack in the middle of the ammonia based habitable zone, so it's feasible for hosting alien life, and Abraxa will likely be the last refuge for kerbalkind once the Sun dies. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks to: Me, for making the mod @ProtoJeb21, who helps with the planets. @JadeOfMaar, who makes the resource configs so you can mine the $%&# out of the planets! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DOWNLOAD: https://spacedock.info/mod/1261/The Dwarf Star PICS: DEPENDENCIES: Kopernicus (Packaged with the mod) RECOMMENDATIONS: KSP Interstellar Revived RoverDude's Standalone Warp Drive -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1: I specifically stated that it's a red dwarf, as most carbon stars are red giants. 2: They have to be plausible. So no moons or magnificent, Saturn-like rings around a planet that orbits Phoenix every 1 day. Also, try and make them unique, not something everyone and their mother has done before. Even better, if your planet is supposed to have life, research the solvent liquid for this life to confirm it can make life of some sort occur naturally. 3: Yes, I spell grey like that. Deal with it. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Also, please note that Phoenix doesn't just have an ammonia-based habitable zone. It also has methane-based, water-based, chlorine-based, sulfur-based, etc habitable zones, just like every other star (Including the Sun).
  10. DeltaDizzy's Flag Pack So, here I am! It's just some flags I made in paint.net, so I hope they aren't too bad. They are NOT DIRECT COPIES of anything. If they are, it's just a coincidence and please to point it out so I can fix it. More are coming, so don't freak out. I am also free to suggestions, although I make this in my free time, so it could be a while. Feel free to send Screenshots of your Flagpole/Kerbals/Ships if you want an ABSTRACT flag INSPIRED by it. No, it isn't on CKAN, but if anyone wants to put it on there, just ask me first. Licence: CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 Download: Github
  11. I'm on Linux: $ uname -a Linux metric 4.8.0-41-generic #44-Ubuntu SMP Fri Mar 3 15:27:17 UTC 2017 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux This behaviour occurs from both the 32- and 64-bit launchers. The game is stock, from Steam, with no modifications at all. The game starts, some logs are generated, but the output is a black screen. Not even the loading screen appears. The program hangs like this until either terminated, or after a minute or two at which point it silently dies on its own. Unity Log $ cat ~/.config/unity3d/Squad/Kerbal\ Space\ Program/Player.log ../common/pipes.cpp (769) : Assertion Failed: fatal stalled cross-thread pipe ../common/pipes.cpp (769) : Fatal assert failed: ../common/pipes.cpp, line 769. Application exiting. 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  12. Hello, Is there a mod for ksp 1.2.2 that adds some kind of proximity sensor? That it beeps or something when another ship or object is nearby? Thank you
  13. Is there a way to create a coolant resource mod that makes radiators require it (losing effectiveness without it [maybe dissipation times percentage of coolant in the system]), and leaks if hit (BDA) or damaged (KerbalKrashSystem) or randomly leak from DangIt. Ideally, 2 resources (coolant and hot coolant) and coolant lines (redone fuel lines is fine), that can also leak, with engines converting coolant into hot coolant, cooling it down in the process, whilst radiators turn hot coolant into normal 'cold' coolant. This is for my WW2 and Korean War reenactments for better engine damage Bonus points for oil/coolant differentiation, or coolant leak effects (toned down and recoloured jet exhaust textures?) For KSP 1.2 and above please
  14. Hello everyone! Kerbal Space Program 1.2.2 is live! Here's the changelog for this patch: =================================== v1.2.2 ============================================================ +++ Bug Fixes * Fix crash to desktop when using Aero Overlay display and Part highlighting in Flight. * Fix one final GUI flickering issue regarding the Parts List Scrollbar. * Fix CommNet occlusion multiplier GUI setting. * Fix to prevent kerbals with existing name being created. * Fix MPL(Science lab) ladder sliding. * Fix Grass textures around Research and Development Facility. * Fix for corrupt save files breaking the resume menu. * Fix where some science experiments only trigger once on action groups. * Fix part action menus remaining on screen when switching to the Astronaut complex. * Fix Building Picker Lines in Space Center not being cleared when application loses focus. * Fix null reference exception when overwriting SubAssemblies in VAB/SPH. * Fix resource converters load percentage display not updating after start/stop. * Fix for several issues with the KSC flagpole outside the Administration Centre. * Fix for vessel on the Launch pad at Baikerbanur (KSC 2) blocking ability to launch vessels from the KSC. * Model fixes to the large drill part. * Fix some more Text overflows in GUI. * Fix where Fairings Disappears After using settings in flight. * Fix for strut connectors attaching below surface on SRB-KD25k. * Fix edge smoothing on Mk1 Inline. * Fix particle effects on drills. * Fix asteroid drill mass calculations. * Fix for selecting/focusing craft that are very late for maneuver nodes. * Fix for contracts app showing the wrong number of contracts. +++Modding Stuff * Add a common base class to all gameevents to allow mods to register and fire their own gameevents. * Add method for searching for gameevents and mods can register to other mods gameevents. * Add title to ResourceInfo so we can have a displayname that's not the key. +++LoadGameDialog When a game is saved it now creates an associated metadata file - called .loadmeta alongside the .sfs. This file contains a hash of the sfs save. When the loadgame dialog opens it will compare the hash in the .loadmeta file with the hash of the savegame, and if so it will use the data in the .loadmeta file for the load dialog details instead of parsing the whole save file. +++Miscellaneous Stuff * Biome refresh for Ike, Moho and Dres. * Add Right-Shift as a default secondary binding for editor scroll when not OSX. * Stop inactive aero/thermal data being shown in the editor scenes. * Add display format to difficulty options values. * Vessels now remember active navigation (Waypoints) when loading save games. * Apply Engineer bonuses to drills and ISRU correctly. * Update more details in DOxygen api docs. Cheers!
  15. The title says it all. (Seriously though, my mission to TRAPPIST-1 is doomed if I can't find it)
  16. Venus she's easy! or maybe not. She's hot, and has great tracts of land. Not that its a high pressure arrangement to sample her wonderful science. It will take more time to float to her surface than to do three full moon missions. Playing a Career mode game (Hard setting except for load/save allowed) using RSS as my baseline mod. This is a 1.2.2 game so I’m using SMURFF, SpaceY and other mods to get to an acceptable power to weight ratio for launches, Using tweakscale and procedural fairings, SXTcontinued and near future mods for extended tech tree parts, community tech tree and SETI for an unmanned first push, TACLS for life support and I'm full enforcing a cleaned up orbit ( If i have to delete space junk it costs me 100k funds) and use Stage Recovery to get funds back (Set 7k Burnup Speed and 7-14m/s Landing, otherwise default) I tested various re-entries to make sure the 7k Re-entry speed was actually survivable for my designs. SCANsat and CactEye pad out the game but I’m using Comnet with only KSC ground station instead of RemoteTech for communications. Um oh and 104 mods in my CKAN installed list total... I have Saturn Second stage Nuclear and Timberwind nuclear engines in custom modded items, generally don't use them, specifically only on missions leaving from above 500km orbit. None of the designs is dangerous outside of the basic nukes in space argument. I use a minimum of 12m from crew compartments as a design requirement for nukes. Some of the more extreme nuclear engine design would warrant more though. If I’m using a Timberwind 450 the engine is likely 30m+ back just because of the amount of tank it needs to be useful. Regardless once i get the SSME available it was all that for main and second stages. I use Solids only if really needed or its a real simple mission. After Luna I started deciding what to do next, mars window was way out and I started to investigate Venus first. Time to set up comms. I probably could have got away without the comnet first but I believe its the first step given how many missions have failed because communications are crap. It also eliminated the need for huge antenna on the landers and probes. COMSATS Venus Comsat Network, sent 4 relays in an array planned aero-braking to drop dV, middle of aero-brake maneuver, deflated heat shield, and ejected compacted relay sats, barely staying out of atmosphere, each sat had barely enough maneuver 680m/s to get circular in a reasonable Eq. orbit. in trying to switch craft during the near disaster, got locked onto the structural frame that the relay sats coupled to during transit, (just some pipe sections a de-orbit motor and small probecore, mechjeb, antenna and batteries, one small solar panel). nothing burned up, very close but high drag really slowed it down fast. followed to ground, it litho-braked with the sacrifice of one of the spent couplers and I got my first Venusian data (telemetry & temperature). The Comsats got me a few more experiments and squarish 1200km orbit network (Intended to be 3000km). SCANSATS Scansat probes went out next, didn't have SAR yet. Radar altimetry, Biome scanner and Survey scanners along with High orbit and Low Orbit Science Sats, discovered that venusian day is longer than its year! Very long scan time, skipped two useful transfer windows. As the last of my Apollo moon missions finished scienceing the crap out of the moon I sent a second science/Scansat wave. SAR high altitude, recon and Survey detail sats along with my missing space science. Took a while to get all the gravity scans. Kerbal Alarm Clock estimates took front stage. My first comsats & scansats went to mars during this time so it was hectic. Descent to the surface! Originally I had intended to ignore Venus landings unless the were historical missions from RSS Historical missions pack. However the ease of landing space junk on the surface made me prioritize it given the shorter transfer and delay times for manned missions and sample return. Venera Missions, first two missions sent using my best guesses and did not include all the instruments since I did not have all at this point, using DMagic's instruments also. Midlands for the win. Stopped using the Inflatable shield because it was to hard to control drag, and it flipped on my first mission, lucky that a couple of solar panels was all that was lost. Landers overbuilt soviet style. Found out parachutes won't deploy at 12m/s in 70atm. drogue shoots in pre-deploy would not stop spinning, but full deploy brought the landers down straight. Any lifting surface is detrimental to landing except maybe airbrakes/gridfins. Reality is that they probably melted on the way down since they didn't include temperature control of any kind. past initial re-entry anything that is dropped will make it to surface probably with a safe speed (kinda 12m/s seems like max on higher terrain). Major Probe Volley! After re-design of the probes, left me with R2D2 looking canisters filled with science I tried sending two for testing. Mainly finding more accurate landing position. The agonizing wait during the drop! don't like x4 physical landings regardless of speed, read a book, made some tea. Determined that below 50k altitude ASL engines are indeed totally useless. Determined total batteries i could get away with. Solar is great assuming they survive re-rentry heat. Next eight came in as a docked cluster. Horrible experience with all eight lagging my computer. They consisted of unmanned landers, transmit only, everything possible to fully transmit, all biomes. Still very slow descent, probes hit 11m/2 without drogues, tiny landing gear, set of small airbrakes. Temperature was not an issue, though activated thermal panels cooled the pods. Even at 4xphysical time warp the descent was horribly long, cheated gravity to x10 for the 4th and later probes just to lessen the real time spent on the mission, took over 4 real hours to get all biomes sampled. Noticed during the first and second mission that engines and RCS became useless for anything except re-entry phase, determined 300-800 m/s of retro and 40-50 RCS got a good accurate landing, both mechjeb and trajectories projected over shot landings. Rovers might be faster than planes on venus. Trajectories as usual seemed more accurate. Sample return! Attempt one consisted of a real simple pod, stack of ascent rockets, stack of batteries and eight ducted fans. ran out of batteries at 20km, drag was to high for the system to get up. Second try replaced most of the batteries with capacitors and almost made it. The ducted fans didn't have enough thrust to get me above the point I needed for thrust on my bottom stage (4xlarge Ullage motors with flat ISP). floated back down. Third try, nukes, capacitors in drop pods, more ducted fans (too many). the ducted fans started crashing the computer with some bad interaction of mechjeb's dV calculation. Think it had something to do with staged capacitors, the ducted fans and some kind of circular calculation. After 12 program restarts including one full on computer freeze I gave up on the ducted fans. I think it can work. Fourth try, Balloons! Used the HL inflatable parachute. Made it too small. I didn't see the dirigible icon in VAB so I undersized the balloon and it wasn't enough to get me up to 50km. Also discovered the kraken hates unbalanced balloon lifted craft, spinning it until my probe core sped off at Sol escape velocity. Try Five. Bigger balloon, used RoverDude's control pod. was great but in dropping from the balloon frame I clipped a tank and blew up. Try Six. made it to orbit. Barely 165x147km Orbit and forgot a docking port. Using a Timberwind 45 design basis Nuclear rocket for everything except initial separation and orientation. Tumbled a lot, need cleaner separation and deploy-able control surfaces. Spinning and very slow ascent to be safe enough. Agonizing pain of slowly changing inflation of the balloon as the velocity dropped below 10m/s. Going above 30 resulted in explosive spin (actually five iterations of this design blew up on ascent) because I got impatient and inflated too fast. Try Seven. Changed balloon “Cirrus” real lift variant, started including life support (TACL) and more support in general. (return vehicle prepositioned in 350x350km EQ orbit). Lift vehicles started passing 500k for the missions, plus one 180k refueling mission in my planetary band parking orbit. Determined need for 140+ days on orbit life support and ~100days transit (3500m/s dV transit + 3000dv to bring it into parking orbit for re-use). So generally needing 13k dV for fast missions. Total life support of near a year. Loaded Solyent Green/Red life support mod for TACL. Tested 5 iterations most problems were hard to control on drop, re-entry. Had one burn up too bad for use, two had hard landings as they came in at an angle and fell over. Try eight. After a successful orbit and rendezvous and realizing my rcs balance and SAS sucked on the final manned return pod, removed all but 5days LS from pod. Pod is located inside a set of cargo-bay modules, Three cooling stages are included, larger amount of RCS. Has about 1200dV to spare for any orbital maneuvers. First unmanned test, drop from balloon at 0.35atm, drop first stage tanks, drop second stage tanks, drop third on way to circ burn, mechjeb ascent.... takes me in 180deg counter orbit. 14kdv to get plane change. /sigh Second test I get to balloon separation and drop, launch and start up, run into balloon and explode. Load and try again, manually pilot, then beginning the ascent guidance to nice clean 350k orbit. Try Nine. new design includes sepatron to get balloon spun away from vertical. Full flight plan unmanned test including return using a large nuke powered 5m transit bus. Optimized the balloon to get a stable point of 100m on earth, gave me >1atm on venus lift final so ascent using my normal motors is possible, Used timberwind 45 again as ascent motor and staged the tanks on layered side pods. Transit bus includes LS reprocessing, cargo bay with supplies and excess life support equipment space for 3 crew (Intended for one man missions) that includes an earth orbit return pod. Is 10tons of Fairing excessive? 750k funds to orbit, a refueling and off it went. Mission went great, max inflated to balloon from ground level, it goes supersonic immediately and starts climbing fast (150m/s peak), drop the science and landing gear stage just as take off happens. Nice stable verticle ascent with a little wobble. Fins might help be they are hard to include. Ballon shot clear and spun off to the side, ascent arced nicely past it and almost all my spare dV went unused. Docking went a little rough, not sure if its the Covered Jr. docking ports I used. So now I have an extra emergency return vehicle in orbit. 5million Funds well spent. Time for Real Manned Mission(tm). Manned (Womaned) Mission! Valentina did the first mission solo 144days of waiting, 96d+102d transit, 5 seconds of EVA (hot hot hot), and many minutes of up and down above venus. Now for 7 more times, all in transit, Valentina sits in the abort return vessel. A spare lander is coming along also. Rescue mission at worst case or if I miss a biome target. Best case 1.2m worth of orbiting space junk. Thought about exploring using a rover or folding aircraft, but its way to slow unless I’m right on a boundary even then its a serious mission to get one and also have the balloon launched rocket in the same place. I kinda doubt i could even get close enough for a rescue mission to actually work. Should have positioned a grapple rover to avoid to EVA problems (fire clad space suits). Now on to more missions, to places like the canyons (looked kinda dunish to me) as harley kerman plants his flag...too hot, oh well maybe just the EVA report. I wonder why he had that red bar over him during his EVA. I think I heard him swear at the ground control. Glad I installed chatterer also glad I didn't waste weight on the ladders. Kerbals must be highly compressible mushrooms! Manned mission ascents on venus involved, SAS set to radial out, gridfins retracted, set balloon inflation to 100%, drop landing stage and speed off into the sky. Final peak ascent speed 192.5m/s at 12-15km. Crossed 50km at 150m/s and dropping rapidly. oscillated at 0.80-0.63atm ~55-56km. Set mechjeb for ascent 350km -180deg Inclination (because 0=180deg on Venus for no apparent reason), Ascent path numbers [60km, 100m/s, 250km, 1deg, 35%] Let go of balloon, fire engines, active autopilot. Orbit 350x349km with 1600-1800m/s maneuver fuel, meet up with transit bus at 300km orbit. Off equator I had the bus maneuver a bit for plane changes. In those cases I had left it in a higher 500km orbit and it performed most of the plane maneuvers. Venus Rotates so slow that I didn't ever spend more than 500m/s to get co-planar even considering the lack of control over launch window. Only needed 100-300m/s to compensate for any bad timing in the Hohmann transfers. That said I’m pretty sloppy with rendezvous maneuvers. Really want RP-0 1.2.2 now, need to try this again. (Am i a masochist?)
  17. This is the official thread for the Kerbal Galactic Expansion mod. This mod adds new star systems to Kerbal Space Program Prerequisites: Most recent version of Kopernicus. Images: http://imgur.com/a/uEfmo Releases: Release v0.3 is now available on both sites. Changelog: v0.3 - Version: "How the heck does finalizeOrbit work?" Added the Kel system Added the Kernol system Added the Kiris binary system Added a new planet to the Kerbol system Added rings and a corona to Xurbol Moved Kerbol System closer to the Xurbol to minimize floating point errors and orbits shifting Cleaned up the file system Known Issues Xurbol's rings appear extremely dim in the tracking station Xurbol's rings can be seen through it when zoomed out Some planets are have low quality textures Planned Features More star sytems(like 1 or 2, 3 at most) Black hole gamma ray bursts More detailed rings on Xurbol Wormholes(most likely wont happen) SigmaBinary support Expand the Kel system(more planets and maybe binary) Biome maps -Brightness curves on the stars v0.2 - Version: "I guess this is an actual project I'm doing now" Added small asteroid like planet in the asteroid belt named Kre Re-did the Trappist-1 star to have a corona Smoothed out terrain Re-aligned some of the planets to be tidally locked Switched Trappist-1b and c SpaceDock: https://spacedock.info/mod/1232/Kerbal Galactic Expansion GitHub: https://github.com/RyderReed15/KerbalGalacticExpansion/releases If you have any comments or bugs please leave a reply on this thread or on the GitHub repository. License: MIT
  18. Chatterer+ This add-on adds additional chatter for your game! Current version: 0.4 Requres Chatterer to work! So currently it adds: Apollo 15 chatter(still in work) Apollo 8 chatter (in work too) Mercury 6 chatter (in work...) Installation: Paste GameData in your game folder(overwrite if new version); In chatter menu(settings tab) enable show additional stettings; In chatter menu press ChatterSets and type apollo15, apollo8 and mercury6; Press Load; Check it. Picture: To do list: Known issues: Mercury 6 chatter is a litle bit loud. I`l fix it. Changelog: 0.4 Added Mercury 6 chatter Licensed under: CC-BY Attribution 4.0 International Download: Spacedock Dropbox
  19. I noticed this in the 1.2.2 changelog: +++LoadGameDialog When a game is saved it now creates an associated metadata file - called .loadmeta alongside the .sfs. This file contains a hash of the sfs save. When the loadgame dialog opens it will compare the hash in the .loadmeta file with the hash of the savegame, and if so it will use the data in the .loadmeta file for the load dialog details instead of parsing the whole save file. Ew. Gross. Really? You take my nice clean Saves directory and clutter it up with a bunch of garbage? Can I suggest the developers eliminate this disgusting, amateur hack and put the cached information in the sfs files themselves, near the beginning of the file? The dialog could just read up to the end of the cached data. That would provide the same speedup, without littering the user's folder with files that are meaningless to them. It should be trivial to do this in a way that maintains compatibility with old/new saves. That's my friendly and opinionated two cents.
  20. In KSP 1.2.2 there is an extension for GameEvents that allows mods to register their own GameEvents and for any Mod to find and register a callback for said GameEvents. How to use (example): Define your GameEvent as a static in Mod A: public static EventData<Part, ProtoCrewMember> onKerbalFrozen; and Initialize it somewhere early before ModB tries to find and register it. onKerbalFrozen = new EventData<Part, ProtoCrewMember>("onKerbalFrozen"); Find the GameEvent and register a callback in ModB: private EventData<Part, ProtoCrewMember> onKerbalFrozenEvent; ... //in say Awake or Start: onKerbalFrozenEvent = GameEvents.FindEvent<EventData<Part, ProtoCrewMember>>("onKerbalFrozen"); if (onKerbalFrozenEvent != null) onKerbalFrozenEvent.Add(onKerbalFrozen); //don't forget to remove them in OnDestroy: if (onKerbalFrozenEvent != null) onKerbalFrozenEvent.Remove(onKerbalFrozen); Fire your event at the appropriate time from Mod A: DFGameEvents.onKerbalFrozen.Fire(this.part, CrewMember); ModB callback will be called.
  21. Hello, I recently updated my game from 1.1.3 to 1.2.2 and now my game is not producing Output_log.txt. Windows 7 64 bit. I have tried a complete reinstall through steam after deleting all files. The game is installed on a backup drive F:/. I then copied the game out of the steam directory to C:\. It still will not produce an Output_log.txt. It does produce KSP.log which is obviously less useful. I have no idea what changed or why this is happening. I have even run both executables as admin, even though I am the only user on my computer and should possess admin privileges. I have checked the AppData folder and it isn't there either. Please help More info available at request. Thanks!
  22. I'm trying to build a drone missile launcher for kerbal warfare, but without the possibilty to decouple docking ports with stages it's really hard/inconvenient to launch unguided missiles. Has the feature been removed? Did I do something wrong? And mainly, how can I get it to return? BTW, I'm running stock 1.2.2, fresh install
  23. Hello fellow commanders. I'm getting weirdo things on trying to make landing gears on KSP 1.2.2. I already read the old posts, the new posts, and tried to do reverse engineering on the game stock parts, opening .mu on Blender than maya, knowing the diference of Up axis, and in a given moment, it worked, but the moment i think i was done, and try to put the same wheels on same model again, it got wrong again, tried to switch axis, orientations, locators, nulls, hierarchy, etc, etc, etc. But non of then seams to work. Tried to replicate the exactly stock gears, no good. Is there a good soul that can help me with a detailed schematic, with pictures to go in the right way? I thank you in advance! Cheers!
  24. Edit: COMING SOON!!!! TIMESTAMPS! They will be located in the video descriptions! So I've been a long time Kerbalnaut and a short time streamer. I love to game. I love to share amazing games with people. This has been such a great game for me for about 4 years now and I don't love it any less than on day one. I decided I wanted to do a fresh career with no mods in this latest update, as it is starting to feel VERY complete. Feel free to check out the series, only a few episodes in so far....have had some Munar mishaps and Jeb is currently very far from home. I do all the videos live streamed, so you can join in the chat and give some input, or you're more than welcome to leave a comment in the section for me to view later. All in all, I really am enjoying myself here as I love this game and I am loving streaming and interacting with people all over the world while I play my games. I am in no way a big 'youtuber' but I just hope that people will enjoy what I put up. Think of it as a very drawn out tutorial for career mode Episode 1
  25. I have posted this issue previously and the solution of using AFBW worked for that version of the game. However, since 1.2.2 released I am still experiencing the following issue and it would seem the AFBW is not known to work with the latest version of KSP. Can see the previous thread HERE Hardware Specs: Windows 10 AU 64-bit AMD Mobility Radeon HD 5800 Thrustmaster T. Flight Hotas X KSP 1.2.2.1622(windows Player x64) ISSUE: It would seem that KSP 1.2.2 is still not properly responding to my controllers input for the thrust. I have it set to Axis 2, which for me is my thrust controller and is inverted, but when I go to launch a craft I push my throttle all the way forward to only see that in KSP it only goes up to the 1/2 way point and will not go any further. When I pull it back all the way it goes back down to zero. I have ensured that my controller is properly calibrated within its settings. I do want to note that I have tried the following: 1. use the update that was applied to my previous version of KSP via steam 2. deleted my KSP from steam and the steam folder and re-downloaded KSP Neither seemed to fix this at all. I'm starting to wonder if it might be my controller.