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  1. Part 05: Eve Δv: 1.8 km/s from low Kerbin orbit, 2.3 km/s to capture, 7 km/s to ascend, can land on parachutes I'm very familiar with this place after succeeding in the Purple Space Program series. This version of Eve is actually a little easier than stock Eve, due to a lower atmosphere ceiling and lower gravity. Things only get difficult below 6 km or so in altitude, and if you can land on one of many equatorial plateaus, you will find any Eve lander you designed for stock Eve should work. Or maybe not. The faster low orbit speed causes higher atmospheric entry heat. You could reduce that with a descent stage and bring it down to stock Eve speeds, but you're better off researching the 10 m heat shield and using that. The problem with that becomes, how do you get rid of the thing? At that low altitude and high atmospheric pressure, sepatrons don't work. The second attempt was luckier. Ferram Aerospace adds some chaos to the aerodynamics, allowing giant Frisbees™ to behave more like giant Frisbees™. This Eve also has multiple possibly-copyright-infringing ocean bodies, named after Japanese Kaiju, which makes sense since this Eve is a monster! Even so, hydrocarbon lakes and the Explodium Sea make a return appearance, justifying the use of Explodium Breathing Engines. I didn't visit Eve in a do-over playthrough, so I don't have any bonus images. I have a bonus video though (4 minutes, YouTube), showcasing the ascent without commentary. While this design worked near sea level, you can also use OhioBob's Eve Optimized Engines in 10 atmosphere mode, or the new optional Javelin engine provided with JNSQ 0.10.1. The (very!) warm sun prompted the use of Namco's Horinesian Sundance music. And well, the routine consumption of live kerbals by this monster suggested the rest of the musical theme for this episode. Soundtrack French Lovers - Storyblocks (also unavailable) Mission Control - Víctor Machado, Edú Castillo, Squad (KSP Soundtrack) The French Theatre of Doooooooom! - Storyblocks (unavailable) Peaceful Desolation - Kevin MacLeod Tempting Secrets - Kevin MacLeod Volatile Reaction - Kevin MacLeod O Canada - Allan Gilliland, played by the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra Horinesian Sundance - Namco, Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Boss Battle - Namco, Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Boss Defeat - Namco, Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 (because wow, it sure felt like winning!)
  2. And now you spoiled it! But seriously, GPP and GEP are the only planet packs Team Galileo is supporting alongside JNSQ. With the warp drive I'm hoping to continue the journey, provided the save file survives the migration to the new system.
  3. A lot is happening in real life and I haven't had a chance to start a new project. I was thinking about something involving extensions to the system - JNSQ only supports expansion with other Galileo add-ons, but that might be enough to continue the series with a new generation of explorers. I want to make sure the expanded system is stable and that there are no Kraken-invoked surprises.
  4. @OhioBob Thanks for confirming. Those were the only two fixes needed - the !JNSQ condition for the GPP atmospheres, and the texture fix for Nodens' atmosphere when using the Grannus Expansion Pack. The Kerbin-* clouds used by Gael won't interfere with the Kerbin_* clouds used by JNSQ Kerbin, so that rename isn't necessary as you explained. Thank goodness. EVE is a strange beast in that one configuration mistake breaks all of the clouds, and in this case it was for Nodens when I dumped GPP and GEP in at the same time at first. Did you want to see the video? It's about an hour long, but it covers my whole troubleshooting process. I'd post it as unlisted on YouTube. @SebastianPahlsson Come to think of it, I'll publish the video (53 minutes, YouTube) for your benefit as well as OhioBob's. You can see how I installed everything, though I did skip over the Scatterer install since that was a simple drop-in and it didn't require any configuration editing. These two changes alone were enough to fix the whole installation, along with using the 0.07 Scatterer.
  5. @OhioBob Thanks so much for your patience as I finally get a chance to reproduce this. I'm recording video and keeping snapshots of my KSP log and Module Manager caches as I pile on add-ons and make changes. I'm hoping to get all of the footage recorded tonight and edited tomorrow. Just with JNSQ, GPP, GPP Secondary, GPP Rescale 2.5 and EVE, no Scatterer yet, I managed to make Eve (the planet) purple again, Kerbin have the same dark blue shade as Gael, and have Duna and Laythe look saturated. So far I had to edit EVE_Atmospheres, EVE_StockAtmos, and GPPClouds_HighRes so Kerbin looks like Kerbin, Eve looks like Venus, and have Duna and Laythe look like their JNSQ normal. But they are only the same edits I suggested before; only use if JNSQ is not present, and rename name=Kerbin-* to name=Gael-* if GPP_Secondary is present. I'm going to pile on GEP and GEP Rescale 2.5 just to round things out. I'll then put in Scatterer to make sure nothing else needed to change. The video will have all of the versions I downloaded demonstrated, as of today. I grabbed fresh versions to make sure I had the latest updates. And I know what it's like to test, and test, and re-test, and have someone still find a problem. It's frustrating as [censored]. Don't worry about me blaming you for anything. I just need a few more hours to get the remaining footage, edits, results, and logs. [Update] I found it...! After adding GEP and GEP_Rescale the clouds all disappeared even when they worked without GEP in there. But then I wondered about this line in GEP_Configs/Clouds.cfg: @EVE_CLOUDS:AFTER[GPP] { [...] { name = Nodens-MainClouds [...] settings { [...] _MainTex { value = GEP/GEP_Textures/Clouds/kerbin1 } ...um... there isn't a texture named kerbin1.dds in there, but there is a Nodens_Clouds.dds, which was referenced later on in the first EVE_CLOUDS section there. Fixing that to match the earlier Nodens-MainClouds config finally corrected the clouds for all worlds that were supposed to have them. I have all of the footage I need. I'm going to re-review it though, since it might come down to only two fixes: The above one for Nodens, and the one in EVE_StockAtmos.cfg to add a !JNSQ condition.
  6. I'll try. I have a full week of work this week including 'patch Tuesday' updates, so it might be a while.
  7. It looks like GPP_Secondary is trying to do it though, which might be the issue. If you want, I can revert to the currently published add-ons and reproduce the problem, then post the result somewhere. I'll add a Module Manager cache to the result, as this is where I found something was messing with Kerbin and her sisters. What actually broke was pretty much all clouds - EVE is strange in that it stops processing cloud setup at the point it encounters a problem. Clouds that worked before the fault will work, then subsequent clouds will not work, even if their configurations are correct. This was what I encountered when trying to adapt Stock Visual Enhancements with Alien Space Programs, and as a result, ASP has patches to detect SVE and work around what I ran into.
  8. Science Definitions for Non-Stock Worlds I'm starting to (finally) fill out science definitions for the non-stock worlds, and perhaps add a few for the original ones. Would anyone like to contribute? Just e-mail me some text or fork your own copy: https://github.com/gordonfpanam/JNSQ/tree/master/GameData/JNSQ/JNSQ_Configs/ScienceDefs This won't be ready for a pull request, until at least one unique text is available for each unique experiment, and en-us localization is available for these. Speaking of localization, is it OK if I just add a ScienceDefs_en-us.cfg to the existing JNSQ_Localization folder? Or do the texts need to be part of the existing en-us.cfg? Fixing GPP_Secondary Clouds Another question. I started messing with adding Galileo's Planet Pack as a secondary star system, and of course the clouds broke. I started inspecting the configurations and noticed they seemed to replace the clouds on the reimagined stock worlds. When one cloud config fails, everything afterward fails too. I started experimenting and came up with a possible solution. For a cloud definition for Gael I used this: name:NEEDS[!GPP_Secondary] = Kerbin-Auroras name:NEEDS[GPP_Secondary] = Gael-Auroras body:NEEDS[!GPP_Secondary] = Kerbin body:NEEDS[GPP_Secondary] = Gael This and other checks for [!JNSQ] seemed to work. But I don't know if this is EVE-friendly, as EVE complained that Gael-Auroras was an invalid config. Even though it worked. Any thoughts? I might pull a similar stunt with the sun flares once I learn how the current Scatterer manages multi-star support.
  9. Part 04: Moho Δv: 3.3 km/s from low Kerbin orbit, 4 to 6 km/s to capture, 1.7 km/s to land or ascend I first attempted to launch a ship to Moho's altitude above the sun, and return it, to make sure we could survive the trip. After that, it was a straight-forward engineering problem. The Moho mission craft originally rivalled the Soviet UR-700, and even that required a low orbit refueling. It also required a second launch to get a refueling craft to Moho as well. Looking back I should've added some relay satellites to that second launch. At the time I wasn't as concerned about real life time constraints so I hadn't considered stronger part mods yet. During a do-over playthrough though, I earned enough science on Minmus and the Mun that I could research the Roverdude Orion engines. That made Moho considerably easier: I also paid better attention to thrust torque and adjusted the connections on that rover, so Val didn't have to fight the helm so much piloting the 'pain train.' This was also the rover design that ultimately made it to Hamek, Eeloo and its moons, and Nara's moons. Using the wider decouplers provided a wider wheel base, granting better control on the surface. Using a booster, the rover could also land and ascend back to low Moho orbit, though not without difficulty as JadeOfMaar observed during that playthrough. Continuing the trend from Minmus. I suspect this version of Moho was compensating for something. Soundtrack French Fries - Storyblocks (Hopefully we get past the unavailable ones soon!) Son of a Rocket - Kevin MacLeod Bathed In The Light - Kevin MacLeod (Part of KSP Soundtrack) Descent Level 6, Mercury Solar Lab - Interplay / Parallax Descent Level 7, Mercury Core - Interplay / Parallax (Part of a long series of using Descent music for these worlds) O Canada - Allan Gilliland, played by the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra Brightly Fancy - Kevin MacLeod At Launch - Kevin MacLeod KSP Main Theme - Víctor Machado, Edú Castillo, Squad
  10. For the most part I'm templating the world intended to be the home world. This was supported starting with the "Change My Kerbin" release of Kopernicus. I couldn't just template the Mun or Minmus and put the KSC on it like the others were originally done though. These moons were procedurally generated or something, and if one were to just template one of them, the space center scene wouldn't work. I had to template another small object, in this case Bop, then RemoveAllPQSMods = true and rebuild the body from the Kittopia Dump for it. I also had to hand-replace all of the anomalies. This finally got the space center view to work, even if it didn't always match the correct time of day. Something happened in 1.8 where doing things this way caused the surface to turn transparent. Maybe I have the transition from surface view to scaled space view at the wrong altitude? Something similar was also happening with Restored Duna, except at a much higher altitude. This stopped happening in 1.11.
  11. I'll make the attempt to keep it then, maybe redefine Jool as its own PQS world to replace the Eve clone that's there now. I could probably use JNSQ Nara as an example, if not as a template. They are CC ND so I can't just clone it. Depending how Minmus and the Mun react to Kopernicus for KSP 1.12, the next and future editions of Alien Space Programs might be restricted to later KSP versions. What I found was these places seemed OK in 1.11, but had surface transparency problems on 1.8.
  12. That depends on your play style. FAR works very well with JNSQ but make sure you use the Module Manager and Modular Flight Integrator included with Kopernicus, and not the ones included with FAR. Extraplanetary Launchpads does work - I had to build my warp ship in orbit as Roverdude's engines don't launch well from the surface. From what I've read, CKAN's attempt to install planetary system add-ons doesn't work well with JNSQ. Maybe just avoid CKAN add-ons that require Kopernicus normally. Anything that messes with resources might also conflict with Rational Resources, but the current JNSQ doesn't include it anymore so maybe it's OK now. Get a current Kronometer so 2.5x days and years display correctly.
  13. Ahh, the ro(ll)ver, one of my favourite vehicles in the early game!
  14. Part 03: The Mün Δv: 1545 m/s from low Kerbin orbit, 400 m/s to capture, 910 m/s to land or ascend In JNSQ 0.7 there was a static monolith buried under the münar surface, which you can see in the episode. I had a similar problem at Eve with the random monolith, but this seemed to correct itself with KSP 1.9 and JNSQ 0.8. Or maybe I had the wrong terrain setting, for all I know. We were also, "sending Alberta out to go pick up some moon rocks," if YouTube's captioning is to be believed. In a do-over playthrough I visited the Mün's north pole, and if I did that during the series I would've known this to be a harbinger of oddities to come. And during that same do-over, I drove by hand to the random monolith. During that drive, I thought my nice, new (eBay-sourced - don't ask) RTX 3070 Founder's Edition graphics card was melting down because everything was turning yellow and then orange... nope! That was Scatterer doing its thing: What were the chances of this happening? I was also a lot more thorough on that do-over run, picking up exotic and voroni crater biomes, and bringing a scanning arm and seismometer. Overall, a better science-gathering experience. Soundtrack French Café Romance - Storyblocks (Also no longer available, sheesh) Grove Grove - Kevin MacLeod (Part of KSP Soundtrack) Procession of the King - Kevin MacLeod Out Cause Is Just - Storyblocks (no longer available) Bathed in the Light - Kevin MacLeod (Part of KSP Soundtrack) O Canada - Allan Gilliland, played by the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra Son Of A Rocket - Kevin MacLeod Condorman Theme - Henry Mancini, Disney
  15. If you have a supported Kronometer installed, TriggerAu's Transfer Window Planner uses JNSQ dates and units, including 12 hour days and 4380 hour years. I think leap years are handed by the Kronometer configuration in JNSQ too. I haven't seen that fixed. I found it still too easy to sink into terrain in KSP 1.12, at least on Enon. Try cheating the stock Crater Crawler craft out to Enon and drive around toward the hills to the right, and you'll eventually sink into the ground. Installing Parallax with a JNSQ configuration didn't fix it, and neither did removing the DLCs or adding the Making Less History mod that strips the Making History plugins while keeping its craft parts. Don't know if this is Kopernicus or not, or part of the floating point errors introduced by the extreme distances. I got these working as intended, but I used Blackrack's optimized EVE and his most recent Scatterer to do it. I think I need to make a new how-to-install video.
  16. I think the Nuclear Jet in Near Future Technologies is what you're looking for there, using nuclear power to compress and expel inert gasses. This sounds like a closer match to the theoretical / fictional caterpillar drive from The Hunt for Red October.
  17. @EndAllFilms I have to admit I want to remove some homeworld settings since they are a bit absurd. Jool's one of them, as I think it was originally done as a meme run / meme challenge. I'm also running into problem with both Minmus and the Mun, because these worlds were procedurally generated and this doesn't seem to work well with modern editions of Kopernicus. @GregroxMun Any reason to keep Jool aside from the memes?
  18. Part 2: Minmus Δv: 1575 m/s from low Kerbin orbit, 350 m/s to capture, 315 m/s to land or ascend This is still the easiest place to get to. It's even easier if you have Principia installed, or have a Module Manager patch to put the JNSQ system into Principia mode. That inner ridge around the large crater behind the monolith is no longer present in JNSQ 0.9 or in 0.10.0. I'm not sure why the ridge appeared; I thought it was a distinctive feature of these worlds as I saw it repeated on Moho and Ike. During a do-over playthrough I found the same monolith and it looked like this now: It might be that I picked a different terrain detail setting, or it has to do with the version of Kopernicus I was using here - this was on KSP 1.9.1 with what was then called Kopernicus Continued. This was also my first encounter with one of many "north poles." From what I've read about Kopernicus, these occur when the top pixels of the terrain map image don't match the bottom pixels. The pole, or sink hole, is the height of the bottom edge of the map. And in the episode, I was definitely a fool for not paying attention to my ejection burn. Fortunately, Bob Kerman was able to get out and push. There was one of many mispronunciations near the end of this episode, where "the west of the way" led to congratulating the CFL's Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Yes, they do play gridiron football up there. I recorded all of these without a script, so there are plenty of slip-ups like this one. YouTube's auto-caption system was comedy gold for this! Soundtrack French Mime Happy - Storyblocks (again, no longer available) KSP Construction Music #3, slightly pitch-adjusted - Víctor Machado, Edú Castillo, Squad Bathed in the Light - Kevin MacLeod (Part of KSP Soundtrack) Wizardtorium - Kevin MacLeod (Part of KSP Soundtrack) Ambient Dreamscape - JDP (I think from Bensound, but I forget - I know I have a license here somewhere) O Canada (one of many, many uses) - Allan Gilliland, played by the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra Brightly Fancy - Kevin MacLeod Batty McFaddin - Kevin MacLeod Monkeys Spinning Monkeys - Kevin MacLeod
  19. Part 1: Kerbin Δv: 4900 m/s to low Kerbin orbit, 1935 m/s to stationary orbit, 1575 m/s to escape I came off winning the JNSQ Space Race being quite familiar with this Kerbin, but I had to re-learn the game when I first started off. Don't underestimate your builds when starting off; use the included Engineer in KSP 1.10 and later, or Kerbal Engineer, to get the delta-v right. The clouds look different in here compared to the Space Race as I used an updated JNSQ. The screen shot here came from the Space Race. Here's a better example: I think this was also the first playthrough I did where I scraped science from every KSC object I could, including DLC landing areas. Apparently you can nose up to a building, stay pressed against it, and take science from it as though it were its own biome. I earned almost 1000 science doing that! After the first launch to orbit I removed the celestial shadows and city lights plugins from Environmental Visual Enhancements, as they didn't make sense to me on Kerbin. Scatterer does celestial shadows quite nicely. I found on airless bodies the shadows plugin would set brightness to absolute zero on airless worlds, even with ambient lighting set to maximum, and even killing headlight illumination on the surfaces of these worlds. About the crew When I started this save I renamed my kerbals in the persistent.sfs file right away and reloaded. I used Texture Replacer as well to replace the suits and faces. I also quickly hired another scientist and engineer, and renamed them too. Chris Kerman is my version of Chris Hadfield, fighter pilot extraordinaire and Canada's most popular astronaut. Yes, Canada has astronauts, eh? Though we usually hitch rides from Americans and Russians. Bob and Doug Kerman are my childhood heroes Bob McKenzie and his brother Doug. How's it goin' eh? You can argue if these two hoseheads defined modern Canadian culture or not, but for a while, these guys put Canada on the world culture map. And yes I appropriated Bob Kerman for this role even though he already existed as the default scientist. It's my head-canon, eh? Roberta Lynn Kerman is Canada's first female astronaut Roberta Lynn Bondar. She's still out in the wild, encouraging young women to pursue careers in science and engineering. And also, not a nut job. Julie Kerman is our second female astronaut, or at least one of the more famous ones, Julie Payette. Perhaps not quite as level-headed as her scientist counterpart Roberta these days, but she still holds a distinction as being our first female space engineer and also once holding the post of Governor General. Replacing Julie for the Lindor mission is Jenni-Anne MacKerman, representing Jennifer Anne Sidey-Gibbons, a current (as of 2021) engineer at the Canadian Space Agency. I believe she holds the distinction of having the longest name of anyone in the CSA. Valentina Kerman remains as our female pilot, representing Valentina Tereshkova, perhaps the most famous female astronaut in modern canon. She is a member of the Russian parliament today. Soundtrack Where possible I stuck with French, French-Canadian, or similar themed music to match this playthrough's "je ne sais quoi." 8th and Fitzwater (backtrack) - Storyblocks (no longer available) - essentially my JNSQ theme music. KSP Mission Control theme - Víctor Machado, Edú Castillo, Squad Space Fighter Loop - Kevin MacLeod Master of the Feast - Kevin MacLeod Impact Lento - Kevin MacLeod, also part of KSP soundtrack A Street in France - Storyblocks (no longer available) Peaceful Desolation - Kevin MacLeod Musette Full 01 - Storyblocks (also no longer available - what's going on Storyblocks?)
  20. That's a good idea! I'll include a track list with every 'making of' post I add here.
  21. Add-on List 11/23/2020 19:58 <DIR> 000_ClickThroughBlocker (Required by LinuxGuruGamer add-ons) 11/22/2020 11:23 <DIR> 000_USITools (Included in Orion) 11/23/2020 19:58 <DIR> 001_ToolbarControl (Required by LinuxGuruGamer add-ons) 11/22/2020 09:25 <DIR> BonVoyage 02/28/2021 09:45 <DIR> CommunityResourcePack (Required by Rational Resources) 11/22/2020 09:35 <DIR> CommunityTechTree (Required by UnKerballed Start) 03/20/2021 06:28 <DIR> ConfigurableContainers 01/29/2021 20:58 <DIR> DistantObject 11/22/2020 13:11 <DIR> EnvironmentalVisualEnhancements 11/22/2020 09:45 <DIR> EVAStruts 11/22/2020 09:45 <DIR> EVATransfer 08/11/2021 19:34 <DIR> ExplodiumBreathingEngines 04/14/2021 20:55 <DIR> ExtraplanetaryLaunchpads 02/28/2021 16:38 <DIR> FerramAerospaceResearch 11/22/2020 11:23 <DIR> Firespitter (Included in Orion) 11/22/2020 07:06 <DIR> JNSQ (Remember to add Kronometer) 11/22/2020 09:58 <DIR> JX2Antenna 10/03/2021 11:45 <DIR> KerbalEngineer 01/26/2021 18:49 <DIR> Kopernicus 01/26/2021 18:49 <DIR> ModularFlightIntegrator (Use the one included with Kopernicus) 11/22/2020 10:12 <DIR> OSMods_MunPocketEdition 11/22/2020 10:17 <DIR> RealPlume (Included in RealPlume Stock) 11/22/2020 10:17 <DIR> RealPlume-Stock 12/01/2020 19:19 <DIR> ReentryParticleEffect 11/22/2020 10:30 <DIR> SCANsat 11/22/2020 11:16 <DIR> scatterer 11/22/2020 10:17 <DIR> SmokeScreen (Included in RealPlume Stock) 11/22/2020 06:56 <DIR> Squad 11/22/2020 06:56 <DIR> SquadExpansion 11/22/2020 11:08 <DIR> TextureReplacer 11/22/2020 13:13 <DIR> TriggerTech 11/22/2020 13:13 <DIR> KerbalAlarmClock 11/22/2020 13:14 <DIR> TransferWindowPlanner 02/28/2021 09:03 <DIR> UmbraSpaceIndustries 11/22/2020 11:23 <DIR> Kontainers (included in Orion) 11/22/2020 11:23 <DIR> Orion 11/22/2020 11:23 <DIR> ReactorPack (included in Orion) 02/28/2021 09:03 <DIR> WarpDrive 11/22/2020 09:37 <DIR> UnKerballedStart 08/23/2020 08:58 141,312 ModuleManager.4.1.4.dll (Use the one included with Kopernicus) Make sure you use a Kronometer version compatible with your KSP installation. As time permits I'll come back here and provide forum thread links to each of these.
  22. Way back in Summer 2019, I participated in the JNSQ Space Race. That was my first actual KSP competition, plus it used add-ons and an upscaled star system I wasn't very familiar with. I published a YouTube playlist as 'Not Manley' for that competition, taking my YouTube caption-inspired Purple Space Program persona and adding a Québécois / French Manitoban theme in the spirit of the planet pack's name sake. At the end of that series one or two of my ten viewers suggested exploring the rest of the system. So I started a JNSQ Exploration series, maintaining that theme while emulating Mark Thrimm's Galileo's Planet Pack exploration series. I didn't expect it to take three real-time years and four versions of KSP to finish it, though! Maybe Mark had the right idea to quit after getting to Tellumo orbit. But I stuck with it and finished exploring Nara finally, on 03 October 2021. What I'd like to do in this thread is inflate my YouTube view count, um, I mean, go behind the scenes in the production of this series. Talk about the mistakes made, the bloopers recorded, the bugs worked around, and tie up some loose ends. For instance, Duna's anomalies are a lot more than the sand dunes I thought I found. I'd also love to discuss what happened with everyone here, talk about how things could have improved, and share your own experiences. I'll also make my save file available (70 MB, Google Drive) for you to examine, and possibly even load up. The save and craft files do work in KSP 1.12.2, but you'll need to get all of the add-ons to use the craft left behind. Ol' Boom Boom 2, for instance, is still returning from Lindor. I'll add a post detailing all of the add-ons right after. Enjoy this "making-of" mission report for: The JNSQ Exploration Series aka: "Le voyage d'espace, Je Ne Sais Quoi." Or also, "I should've stopped after Duna." Team Galileo released their Magnum Opus, after the success of Galileo's Planet Pack, in May 2019. According to them, this is the result of everything they learned from GPP. It is a challenge, but it is not an RSS-scale of a challenge. If you have a powerful enough PC, do consider playing in this gorgeous expanded vision of the stock solar system! Here's the playlist in full. What I'll do is, time permitting, add one response for each world. These could include some screen shots of oddball things, maybe the odd blooper reel. Let me know what you think of each of these. The next post will include the add-on list so you can reproduce this environment. It works in KSP 1.12.2 with the correct versions of each add-on. Make sure you make a copy of KSP separate from your SteamApps folder, and make sure the built-in Users group has read/write access to the copy, so log files and saves work properly without needing admin or root permission.
  23. Kerbin's scannable / ROC objects are very few and far between compared to those on other bodies. The Baobab trees are out there; try the (arid) midlands and (arid) highlands.
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