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  1. RealKerbal3x's post in What happens when you take measurements and scince in interstellar space in Stock? was marked as the answer   
    Kerbol's SOI is technically infinite, so no matter how far you go you'll still be getting science from high over the Sun.
  2. RealKerbal3x's post in Booster separation question was marked as the answer   
    @Helvica_Ring_Scientist You can use Sepratrons to push boosters away after separation, if that's what you mean. There's also a fuel tank in Making History which has a small solid-fuel separation thruster built in.
  3. RealKerbal3x's post in Booster separation question was marked as the answer   
    @Helvica_Ring_Scientist You can use Sepratrons to push boosters away after separation, if that's what you mean. There's also a fuel tank in Making History which has a small solid-fuel separation thruster built in.
  4. RealKerbal3x's post in Doors won't open on MK2 Lander Can was marked as the answer   
    @KerbalKiller2000 This is a known bug. It should be fixed in the next patch, probably 1.10.1.
  5. RealKerbal3x's post in Why didn't the heatshield do anything? was marked as the answer   
    @KerbolExplorer If you're entering Eve's atmosphere at nearly 5km/s, the inflatable heatshield just isn't gonna cut it, because it doesn't have ablator. This means it doesn't have thermal conductivity as low as the ablative heat shields, so it's transferring heat to the decoupler behind it (as @overkill13 said) and causing it to overheat.
    For a probe of that size a 2.5m ablative heatshield will probably be large enough, anyway. Try using that
  6. RealKerbal3x's post in 1.6 MK2 Lander Can bug? was marked as the answer   
    You could try verifying your files through Steam/GoG Galaxy.
  7. RealKerbal3x's post in Splashing down RK-7 Kodiak on Kerbin was marked as the answer   
    Welcome to the forums, @Badb3nd3r!!
    So you need to test the Kodiak splashed down, right? You're splashed down, so everything is OK in that regard.
    The problem is that you don't actually have a Kodiak onboard. The small orange ones are 'Twitch' engines, and the large two-nozzled one on the back is a Bobcat.
    You're looking for this engine:

    Don't worry, for splashed down tests you don't need to go underwater
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