Doc-Zer0G

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  1. You just made my list. Good effort and Thanks @JoseEduardo!!!!
  2. Even though I'm a RO player, I agree that stock-size players should be able to enjoy this wonderful mod at the same time. I'll wait patiently with excitement! Soon™
  3. @Kartoffelkuchen You work fast! In a good way, since the engine really does look pretty amazing already. I'm glad you started with the engine, as I think this engine will fill a niche in my (future) RO campaign.
  4. I'm a sucker for retro-parts and I must say, I can't wait to give them a try! They look gorgeous!
  5. Great work @akron! Really enjoying your probes, they're a must have add-on in my games. On a side note, since I almost exclusively play in RSS or 64scale and use remotetech, I rely heavily on geostationary satellites. Therefore, I was wondering if there were plans for a bigger satellite bus? I'm currently using a custom scaled up Barquetta with it's own propellant so it can do its own apogee kick. Keep up the great work! Looking forward to your lander series!
  6. Abort engines indeed need more thrust. RCS alone is enough to control the craft and preform a safe landing. However, without SAS or RCS the craft is unstable. I'd suggest moving the CoM forward just a little bit.
  7. Great! I've been waiting to try out the PINBOL. Question: I know it's but BETA, but will it fly with FAR/Future FAR support?
  8. I've been waiting for this feature. Thanks!
  9. Awesome stuff! Loving the cockpit! Welcome to the danger-zone!!!!!!
  10. Interesting definitely going to give this a try! Do you have any expansion plans?
  11. @Shadowmage Great news that your getting closer towards a release! I would however like to make one request; the ability to offset CoM of the command pods for re-entry purposes
  12. @blacsky33Those inline modules are looking great! Are those 1.25m parts?