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Regor

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  1. Because it's more difficult to make a real plane fly than a grand piano, and some people just don't want to spend ages making sure their plane flies properly/doesn't turn too fast, etc. Maybe as a save option, it'd make sense, but I personally really hope they don't make it so that it's too hard to wrap my head around
  2. came here to ask exactly this question lol, I'm worried my laptop may not be able to handle it
  3. My pick for today: Klaus Schulze is an absolutely legendary figure in the entirety of electronic music and many things we owe for music nowadays wouldn't have been here were it not for his contributions
  4. These two songs have been living in my head rent-free today. Could've been worse.
  5. https://technorch.bandcamp.com/track/church-of-hal Could not ask for a better song to be stuck in my head.
  6. Man, I'm almost crying. Never have I played a game that I can recommend more strongly than KSP.
  7. Aphex Twin just hits different: This one is out of the Collapse EP released in 2018.
  8. Can I have my name changed to Regor please? Thanks.
  9. Designed and landed a rover with science equipment for my WIP moon base project that I am starting. Built with durability in mind, it's one of the most stable rovers i've ever made, and pretty much the only thing that can really cause any damage is a direct hit of the front/back of the vehicle directly into the floor. Houses 2 people and has ALL science equipment. Top speed of 49m/s, but VERY slow acceleration. Flipper capability provided with landing gears. KIS/KAS capability and can be used to tow. Some nice shots of testing: On the moon: IT FLIES!!!!: (it landed this jump, somehow. Kerbal physics amirite : P)
  10. looking back on this, how is among us still a thing. like. it's been 5 months. how
  11. @ManEatingApe It seems I have made an error... If we remove the thermometer from the recovery cost as well (with the recovered cost of the thermometer seen in the album), I would have recovered 2572 funds, which would mean the overall cost of the mission was 5435-2572 = 2863 funds
  12. @ManEatingApe This vessel originally costs 6,345, but 2861 were recovered, leaving a total of 3484 and has a total dv of 3315 m/s in atmo (but around 7000 in vaccum). It also houses a thermometer and has only 10 parts. The battery and solar panel exploded during entry but I think that is fine, as the rest of the vessel survived (this means that the descent angle and the survival of my kerbal was incredibly hard, as there was no SAS control left). However it should be noted that this for another challenge which had a challenged to include scientific equipment, so I added a thermometer. If you remove the (in this challenge) completely and utterly unnecessary thermometer (which wouldn't change anything because it is physicless), you would get it down to 5,435 . Because of this, I believe the cost of this mission should be 5,435. https://imgur.com/a/Om4DiOI
  13. Exactly, it will be weakened by exactly the ratio that was recollected.
  14. Please don't tell me you believe in infinite energy machines as well.
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