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  1. So I am using 1.12.9 now and it appears the IXS magnetic confinement fusion reactor is either putting out a few orders of magnitude less power (22.9MW) than it used to, or the D-T Vista engines are sucking way more juice. I used to be able to run the 5 Vista engines off of this reactor in the logical configuration at around 80-90% thrust but am now finding that the engines are shutting down due to "reactor plasma heating" issues at around 5% thrust. Was this due to an intentional change made in the 1.12.9 release? http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198018840931/screenshots/#s
  2. Hi, I'm trying to update scatterer and I keep getting an error message with the following: See the end of this message for details on invoking just-in-time (JIT) debugging instead of this dialog box. ************** Exception Text ************** CKAN.TooManyModsProvideKraken: Too many mods provide Scatterer-sunflare: Scatterer-sunflare 2:v0.0245 * AstronikiSunflareforScatterer 1.0 at CKAN.RelationshipResolver.ResolveStanza(IEnumerable`1 stanza, SelectionReason reason, RelationshipResolverOptions options, Boolean soft_resolve, IEnumerable`1 old_s
  3. @Sput42FASA has not been updated on CKAN for a while. You will have to download it directly from Kerbal stuff to get the most up to date version.
  4. Thanks for the update @Frizzank! Just wondering if you could upload it to CKAN when you get a chance?
  5. So, I'm wondering if someone else has had the same issue or could try this out and see if it works on their system: I am trying to Re-enter using the Apollo CSM from FASA with RO and RSS on a skip out trajectory back from the moon. It appears however that the CSM has some serious heating issues during re-entry. I have some screen shots to prove it available upon request. I have attempted this successfully with other command pods like the MK2. Initial issues begin at ~100km elevation; at this point my stowed parachutes explode followed by all other parts attached to the CSM. The CSM eventually
  6. So, I'm wondering if someone can figure this out for me or if someone else has had the same issue: I am trying to Re-enter using the Apollo CSM with RO and RSS on a skip out trajectory back from the moon. It appears however that the CSM has some serious heating issues during re-entry. I have some screen shots to prove it available upon request. I have attempted this successfully with other command pods. Initial issues begin at ~100km elevation; at this point my parachutes explode followed by all other parts attached to the CSM. The CSM eventually explodes at 75km. Re-entry velocity is 10.5km/s
  7. Thanks for the update Frizzank! It appears the fairings issue is resolved with the Saturn V, however (and I hate to be that guy) but it appears that the colliders for the LEM decouplers are suffering from the same problem. Again, I'm using the stock NASA Saturn V build that is included, and the issue is with the decoupler between the LEM and the IVB stage, and the decoupler for the LEM ascent stage. Clearly this is minor as it can be simply resolved by using different decouplers but thought I would mention it.
  8. [quote name='frizzank']Specifically which decouplers in what sort of setup, screenshot, what other mods are you using.[/QUOTE] Hi Frizzank, I've just been using the pre-loaded Saturn V and Saturn Nova rocket. I've also tried using the mod with and without any other mods installed including FAR and kerbal joint reinforcement. The error seems to be with the direction the decouplers are ejecting from their original positions in that it is perpendicular from the spacecraft rather than downwards and away. This is happening with all fairings and decouplers including the laun
  9. Anyone else having issues with the decouplers from this mod in 1.0.5? (I'm using the newest release; 3.40) As soon as they are deployed they seem to be getting hung up with the ultimate outcome usually being catastrophic explosion or loss of spacecraft control.
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