Alphard

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  1. Hello, I would like to remove the corona around Kerbol. Is that possible and if yes, then how can I do it?
  2. Ok, just going to revert to 1.4.3. Also, does anyone know if OPM 1.4.2 works with 1.4.3 Kopernicus?
  3. Is there any way to disable the version lock? I would like to at least try Kopernicus in 1.4.4...
  4. So, if you want to report an KSP solar eclipse expedition, feel free to add it here (even if the gods of modding added some clouds) I will add some too. My first time trying to observe a solar eclipse from the ground, actually, from the polar circle! How can you yourself observe it from these areas? Just add the Mun some inclination (if I'm not mistaken, I added an inclination of 5.5). It was a "bit" cloudy, but Jeb managed to image something. After the eclipse, Jeb observed the beautiful northern lights. Location: 71.116 °N 80.001 °E Eclipse itself: Jeb after the eclipse: Aurora that night:
  5. Oh, I get it now. Anyways, the images you made for the book are just awesome.
  6. Also, on mountaintops of small islands like Mauna Kea or La Palma (where some big observatories are located), there can be seeing good enough to resolve a disc with a diameter of only 0.4", using lucky imaging. Also, kerbals may have invented adaptive optics, reducing the seeing limit to nearly zero (it is not so extremely perfect) The only limiting thing then is the optical resolution, given by a telescopes aperture.
  7. I've been recently cleaning up my imgur for real astrophotographical intent, so I have probably deleted it.
  8. A book would be amazing! If it were to be made, would it be free?
  9. I'm assuming that you took the albedo from the real-life counterparts, right?
  10. My newest videos of a Moho transit and a simultaneous Eve and Mun transit. Used Tarsier Space Tech.
  11. How did you calculate the apparent magnitude?