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About DrLicor

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  1. Congratulations! on the release gents. It's much appreciated how much time and effort you guys put into this. I haven't been playing a lot of KSP lately because my RSS/RO/RP-0 install is a little bricked after so many hours, and I don't seem to be able to recover it. (1.3.1) This release, however, gives me some inspiration to start over on again a clean install.
  2. Welcome to the forums, telling it 'just doens't work' and 'installed it correctly' isn't that helpfull. Please read this to see how people are able to help you with the right information to provide. We can't magically look into your install.
  3. Goodmorning, originally I made the RO-patch, but it has been a while since I have been active on the forum, but thinking of coming back. That said, I am not intending to continue writing code for CA, slaintemaith contacted me about a month ago if he could use and update my files, which I said yes ofcourse, so maybe you could contact him for some up-to-date files.
  4. I got a custom window set up in mechjeb with velocity, suicideburn countdown, time to impact en altitude. It helps you to count down a full suicide burn almost perfectly, most of the time I start the burn on half throttle 3 second ahead, then finetune it to 0.0 sec countdown so it lands perfectly.
  5. Oof, congratulations on the updates guys, till now I've been playing on a 1.2.2 build, but that one is getting a bit of issues xD Next week I'll finish a new pc build, think I will go for a cplete new 1.3.1 rp-1 KSP then. Keep up the good work guys!
  6. I hope you can be bothered with some actual reading, the craft files are located in the OP. But since your time seems to be very valuable, here is a link sir
  7. This man... give him a medal.. for on his back...
  8. @linuxgurugamer True true, its not a kerbalized company or something like that xD
  9. If you like to use them, of course I'm thinking about putting a circle'ish on the background in red. Like the nasa logo Also, for now, I've the first picture in a square resolution, but it could also be used in the 2x1 resolution. Do you want a direct download link of the current files?
  10. I have been creating some decals for my new rocket series, really simple though : It has two variants, one with a black text and one with a white text. It could be that one of the variants isnt visible on the forum here, since the background is transparent. The black one is shown below. https://imgur.com/gallery/z3UQvvu
  11. @Russekof71, I made a complete RO-patch for version KSP 1.1.3. Feel free to use those, but as you can see, they are a bit outdated. I'm not planning to patch it for the newest versions, since I barely play KSP anymore... Real life takes it toll. xD
  12. You're welcome :), no the launchtowers are normally included in the FASA pack. Just search for tower in the searchbar and you'll get it if I'm right
  13. @kurgut, the launchtowers I use are from FASA. You can also download the FASA towers standalone if you dont feel the need for using any other FASA parts.
  14. The only 'engine' thats modulair, are the SRB's from SSTU and Procedural Parts. Maybe you could try with those
  15. @hypervelocity Thanks!. The shuttle itself is around 15-16 tons. Without the RCS it has a delta-V around 800 m/s. So its more than enough for transporting to the space station, even from a bit relative inclined orbit. Mostly I calculate a 200m/s for finishing a parking orbit so all the rocket pieces fall back to earth, and 120 m/s for a reentry burn. The rest is for manoeuvres which will be plenty. I decided to strap the rocket on top of a rocket instead of on the side. I might a maiden flight with it and everything did go well, however, I did make some changes to the first stage of the rocket. I decided to get 9 Merlin-1 engines and 6 SRB's for liftoff. 2 will burn out in 60 seconds, the other 4 burn out 30 seconds later. I was ably to achieve a much more stable TWR this way. The second stage staayed the same and is powered by 4 RL-10's. Sadly I dont have pictures uploaded from that flight yet, but I'll do that later this day. Here are some pictures of the maiden flight: