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  1. Sorry about that, @DeadJohn. I did not focus sufficiently on first reading and misunderstood. Happy landings!
  2. This seems pretty good in that regard: https://www.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6 Happy landings!
  3. I believe that the information you require is listed here: https://wiki.kerbalspaceprogram.com/wiki/Science Happy landings!
  4. Is it better to use a swimming pool or a cesspool? Happy landings!
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  9. Hello dear forumgoer If you are making a plane change maneuver (as I assume you are if you are interested in the An and Dn) then you want to perform the maneuver at whichever node is farther from the body you are orbiting. The highest of the two nodes will allow the cheaper maneuver which will achieve the same desired plane change. Happy landings!
  10. Hi @Psychophoria and welcome to the KSP Forums! I have edited the log file out of your post because long messages such as that cause problems for users of the forum software, especially on mobile. Please upload your log file to a file hosting service and link to it here. Thank you for your understanding, KSP Moderation Team
  11. Here's a look at something I quickly threw together in the VAB. This is the basic idea for the core of the craft. Happy landings!
  12. Hello @Etherian Space Program and welcome to the KSP Forum! My formula for building a simple satellite launcher is usually a probe core; a few of the small, grey, cylindrical tanks; a Spark engine; a decoupler; an adapter; an FLT-800 fuel tank or two (or one and a partial tank); a Swivel engine; another decoupler; a solid rocket engine; four steerable fins. In addition to this you will likely want an antenna, solar panels, batteries, and possibly a reaction wheel. Plus you'll want any science gear you wish to use in orbit or during launch. There are a few tips to try and get you pointed in the right direction. Happy landings!
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  18. Hi @Stephen Locksley. Thanks for being helpful to another forum member. That is exactly the sort of spirit and attitude that keeps the KSP Forums a great and friendly place to visit! Happy landings, @Stephen Locksley!
  19. Hello @OKB_Carba and welcome to the KSP Forums! You are in good company here. We have many makers and tinkerers among us. Happy landings!
  20. In 0.90 I sent three kerbals down to Eve's surface and home again in a Mk 1-2 command pod. The craft in orbit was close to 1300 tonnes. The mass on the pad of the whole thing was almost 9000 tonnes. The Eve lander was 737 tonnes. Happy landings!
  21. I would prefer if they produced no thrust. A simpler set of code would mean much lower probability of bugs. I would also prefer if this function was intrinsic to all tanks. Or even implemented as an engineer skill. It would be really nice if it wasn't implemented as a new part. C'est la vie. Happy landings!
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  23. Hello @GEPEG_Unconscious and welcome to the KSP Forums! Don't worry about the mess. The space janitor will clean it up. Happy landings!
  24. Hello @Moncasta and welcome to the KSP Forums! Happy landings!
  25. To the best of my knowledge, this statement does not have any basis in fact. Do you have any source for this? As far as I am aware, the reported schedule slip was later than Take Two's fiscal year end which occurs in spring of 2020. Happy landings!
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