Welcome to EventHorizon. What this mod is about EventHorizon is a planetpack that adds in a Blackhole-system inspired which is inspired by the movie "Interstellar".
I loved Interstellar, the visuals, especially how Gargantua looked like. When @Artyomka15's Kargantua fell into incompatibility, it was sad.
So after some time I decided to make my own take on the Gargantua system. Now over a year later, here we are with Murph, a Black hole with a totally appropriate name. What is featured in this mod.
19 new planetary bodies.
2 new star system
1 Blackhole system Functional wormholes (Thank the Kopernicus developers for that on) Custom science for ever celestial body
Custom Planetary Icons(no boring stock dots)
A custom lava ocean-texture (not just a red stock ocean)
Handmade Blackhole visuals (and a reason to use those fancy high tech high DeltaV engines) Where you can download the mod. https://github.com/GrandProtectorDark/Event-Horizon/releases
How to use the Wormholes
Some recommended mods to be used alongside EventHorizon
- Event Horizon has custom wormhole locations for the following planet packs that replace the Stock-System
- Planet packs that replace the home-system that aren't listed here are supported by placing the Stock system-wormhole in solar orbit
- Custom Science for the HabitabilityCheck Experiment from EnduranceShip
- Guaranteed* stability when playing with Principia (only guaranteed when the home-system is the stock system)
-Antimatter and LqdDeuterium/LqdHe3 can be found in selected regions (When using a mod that needs "CommunityResourcePack") Special thanks to: @Thomas P. not only for Kopernicus itself, but also for adding the ability to make wormholes. @The White Guardian for INSTANTIATOR without which Murph would just be a sad black sphere. @Pkmniako for helping me learn how to make a fancy accretion disk
The Kopernicus Discord for being so helpful. Licencing EventHorizon is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 All other bundled mods are distributed under their own licenses. The texture used for Fuego's lava up-close was taken and modified from http://www.textures4photoshop.com/tex/fire-and-smoke/lava-magma-seamless-texture-free-download.aspx