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About StarStreak2109

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  • Location Kermany
  • Interests Space craft, planes, trains, hiking and other outdoor activities, travelling.

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  1. Been playing with the new SSPX as well, I just adapted the old USI LS patch for my purposes. One just needs to change the names of the parts... May I take this opportunity to say that the new parts are awesome! Love the textures and animations - being the best station parts which are not based on real world counterparts. Also a few posts above, the question has been raised, when will be the right time for you to appreciate feedback on the parts, as in error reports and the likes? Keep up the good work, Sebastian
  2. [WIP] Universal Storage

    Simply awesome! Love the grime!
  3. Superluminal - WIP Video Update #2

    Seeing that he was last online August 24, I guess he has other stuff going on... Just wait and see.
  4. [WIP] Universal Storage

    I like it very much!

    I'll just leave this here... TLDR: Roscosmos and NASA to cooperate on DSG...
  6. Congrats on the release of your newest project. Priorities change now, but one day, you'll feel that KSP itch again. All the best!
  7. Errr, um, I mean ESA's Vega rocket, which is a light launch vehicle with three solid stages and an AVUM hypergolic upper stage.
  8. Great, looking forward to building solid fuel launchers.
  9. Just what the doctor ordered! One small request: can you make it so that the lower stage SRBs can be stacked? Right now, it is only possible to use one SRB as first stage, but not as second (eg like in a Vega rocket). Thanks.
  10. coz ya havent git r dun yet
  11. SpaceX Discussion Thread

    Classified payload.
  12. Does that still work with 1.3?
  13. Can you store electricity with a fuel cell

    I once took part in a study that investigated the use of hydrolysis to store energy during off-peak times and use it to provide energy during peak times. The efficiency is lousy, but it could work due to the changes in energy prices. Anyway, back to the question at hand: yes, you can use hydrolysis to store energy and release it again with the fuel cell, but it is overly complicated AFAIK and there are much more efficient ways to store energy...