Atlas2342

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About Atlas2342

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  • Location The Observable Universe
  • Interests KSP, Space, Food, Science....(PS: I also like existing...)

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  1. How about thermal stress caused by rapid contraction of the engine? Could cause structural problems unless this is used only in an emergency?
  2. The Natural Disaster Thread

    Philippines. My country is part of the typhoon belt and the Pacific Ring of Fire which means we gets lots of storms and earthquakes every year. I've gone through one the worst typhoons in history, Typhoon Haiyan and survived, so yes, I think that counts.
  3. 1.3 And More: Confirmed Features

    @Garrett Kerman Seems like you forgot about the new models for the struts. Both ends could now be moved
  4. Pan's weird shape

    That's me!
  5. Yep. Ambient light adjustment, the Sentinel telescope and some kind of a nebula image will be added into the game. Max-hype!
  6. Getting More KSP Stock parts

    *ahem* Randall Munroe tells me otherwise
  7. How famous are you?

    3/10 familiar profile
  8. Back from a long hiatus. 

  9. Asparagus staging doesn't work on SRB's. Solid fuel is non transferrable. Jeb learned it the hard way.
  10. It's a button near the kerbal portraits.
  11. 400 rep is just in time for Christmas.

    1. adsii1970

      adsii1970

      And the rep just keeps rolling in! :cool:

  12. What is the user above you known for?

    Oops. I was probably looking at another page
  13. What is the user above you known for?

    Known for being one of the previous GM's of the Number War.
  14. Forum Anniversary

    Today, I have reached a milestone. This day marks my 1 year anniversary on the forums. In that amount of time, I have gotten a lot better in KSP, I have been part of @Spaceception's book editing team, and released some crafts. I have met several awesome people, made new friends and learned a lot of things from science to history. The list could go on and on and on. The KSP community has given me a lot and for that I want to say, thank you! Thank you to the developers for making such a wonderful game. And thank you, forumers for this amazing community, the best I've seen. Stay awesome!