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  1. Wow, I love stuff like this! Pointy orbits have always been something I've noticed but never really took thought into how or why it happens, so this explanation was really enlightening!
  2. Dunno, I don't own a version that keeps track for me. But I'd guesstimate somewhere around 500-1000, but it's not really possible to tell for sure.
  3. I mean at least put the hint in a spoiler, doesn't make the search much fun if you just say that before I even see the picture.
  4. Yeah, just think of saying "Lays" but with a lisp.
  5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQhRCAAlTXk For real though, very, very impressive build. The uncanniness of how it moves is really amazing to me, it looks like an actual living thing.
  6. So, I'm sure this has been talked about before, but I wasn't able to see any recent posts about it so I thought I would make this. I've had the idea that some sort of "camera" part should be added to the game for a while now, but I was never able to figure out a good way for it to be implemented. But I think I've figured out something that could work and is unique. The camera would be a science part that would function similar to the other science parts in the game, but would have a few unique features. Firstly, it would come in 2 forms; a static, stationary version that can be mounted an
  7. This thing strikes the perfect balance of both form and function. It's definitely one of the most creative looking SSTOs I've ever seen. I wouldn't have even guessed it was an SSTO!
  8. How do you determine nominees for this? It kind of feels at bit random to me, even though of course it's not.
  9. Forgive me for initially thinking of tiny orbs you insert in your giant sword when you said "materia." Anyways, to keep in line to your initial post... I believe I saw somewhere that Jool's green tint could probably be the result of chlorine. There's also whatever compound is in Laythe's oceans, some sort of salt compound. But it has to have something more than that, since normal salt water would freeze at Laythe's surface temps. If Duna's composition is anything like Mars', it probably has an iron-oxide rich topsoil surface. Those are the things I can th
  10. It's no secret that Kerbal Space Program has been out for quite a while now, with many of us having our start back in the alpha days, myself around when 0.23 was out. I was recently having some thoughts that made me realize how long ago that was. Such things includes as follows: I was initially anticipating the release of asteroids and the SLS parts as part of a DLC. Now they've been in the base game for nearly 7 years. It's hard to think that female kerbals weren't a thing until almost 6 years ago. Mk2 and Mk3 spaceplanes as we know them weren't a thing as well around 7 years a
  11. I like this method of documenting KSP history. Kind of sounds fun to say something like, "Oh, I started playing KSP near the end of the 1st refinement era!" Maybe add some dates as well, like how long in years each era lasted?
  12. Doctor's be like "You may feel a slight pressure..." I'm always impressed by what people are able to create with this game. Didn't think I would ever see someone create a giant needle, of all things.
  13. I actually had a thought the other day that it would be pretty neat if you could move heavier parts in EVA construction with the more kerbals you had in the vicinity, but somehow you guys read my mind! Is there a limit to how many kerbals can help? To see the equivalent of a large mass of kerbals carrying the recently detached wing of a large plane for reattachment would be pretty neat.
  14. Well, yes you could, but it would kinda miss the point of what I was trying to demonstrate here. Like I mentioned, this specific SSTO didn't have a docking port, so something like that wouldn't be too useful.
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