ExplorerKlatt

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  1. I think he is referring to the fact he has the science tab selected but it is still showing aero parts. @AirArs please follow the instructions in the "how to get support" sticky thread at the top of the page. You will get more help that way.
  2. [1.3.1] Kerbal Inventory System (KIS) v1.7

    @MacEriu do you have fuel transfer obeys crossfeed rules checked on in the game settings?
  3. [1.3.1] Kerbal Inventory System (KIS) v1.7

    No the Kerbal would go MIA or KIA depending on settings. Parts in inventories are "destroyed" then recreated when taken out.
  4. [1.3] USI Life Support [0.5.0]

    Can you post a screenshot of you GameData and umbraspaceindustries folders
  5. [1.3] USI Life Support [0.5.0]

    @Landwalker The .25x multiplier is the default for USILS now. It changed a while back. Also I posted an explanation of the difference between hab and home somewhere in the last few pages.
  6. [1.3.1] Kerbal Inventory System (KIS) v1.7

    @capi3101 sorry to say those items are gone. It is a conflict between KIS and Ship Manifest. Personally, I keep an SC-62 container near a hatch and store equipment there when using ship manifest. You could try talking to @Papa_Joe see if there is anything he can do.
  7. [1.3] USI Life Support [0.5.0]

    Habitation is how long Kerbals can stay in the current vessel. It can vary greatly depending on the vessel they are in. Homesickness is how long they can stay away from Kerbin. It is based on the best vessel they have been in since leaving kerbin. Example: if a Kerbal launches in a vessel that has 2yrs of Hab time and once reaching orbit transfers to a lander that only has 15 days hab time, the habitation timer will show 15days and the homesickness will show 2yrs - the current MET. So he then transfers back to launch ship. His habitation timer will go back up to whatever that vessels hab time is. 1 yr later he transfers to a station with 10yrs hab time. Habitation timer goes to 10yrs but the homesickness timer will go to 9yrs. This is because that Kerbal now has a total homesickness of 10yrs - the year he has been in space.
  8. [1.3] USI Life Support [0.5.0]

    1) yes you can. Press and hold g key. Then left click and hold on part. Drag to inventory the release mouse button. Make sure you have the inventory open first. 2)yes. 3)no. It acts just like any other empty tank. 4) go back in to station. Then EVA again. Or carry eva fuel canister in inventory and when you run out or get low right click on canister and click refuel.
  9. [1.3.1] Kerbal Inventory System (KIS) v1.7

    I am assuming you are asking if you can place it in an inventory. IIRC, the answer to that is no. The game will see it as a destroyed part.
  10. [1.3] USI Life Support [0.5.0]

    If the supplies are in any KIS container they will not be useable. The supplies tank must be attached to the craft. From my understanding, parts in KIS inventory do not physically exists until removed from inventory.
  11. [1.3.1] Kerbal Inventory System (KIS) v1.7

    It is an issue with other mods adding modules to the parts. Mods like dangit or any other mod that affects all parts. Is going to cause this issue. Edit: Ninja'd
  12. 2017 Eclipse Pictures

    Like what? If you look really close in the one I posted you can see the star regulus.
  13. 2017 Eclipse Pictures

    Helps to live in totality zone and be married to a photographer.
  14. 2017 Eclipse Pictures

    We just came out of totality. FYI, the next total eclipse visible from the USA is in 2024.
  15. SPACE SHUTTLES (Launch or SSTO)

    During the launch of a space shuttle, the roll program was simultaneously accompanied by a pitch maneuver and yaw maneuver.[2] The roll program occurred during a shuttle launch for the following reasons: To place the shuttle in a heads down position Increasing the mass that can be carried into orbit Increasing the orbital altitude Simplifying the trajectory of a possible Return to Launch site abort maneuver Improving radio line-of-sight propagation Orienting the shuttle more parallel toward the ground with the nose to the east From Here