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  1. Eve, and the many rescue missions for my first lander, sure made for some memories. Best of luck!
  2. I haven't noticed any big changes in several versions; It's purely anecdotal, but the first thing I do in every update is to launch a stock KerbalX to a Munar landing and return to Kerbin. One thing I have consistently done for many versions is be able to complete the mission with about 4-500 m/s Δv remaining. It is just my personal way of checking new versions.
  3. Roasted some chestnuts on an open fire... Because Jeb forgot the marshmallows.
  4. Still playing around with my stock save on a notebook. A self challenged goal of docking as many stock craft to an asteroid station as part count allows. Today, a nuclear variant of the Mallard joins the all stock craft party. Also pictured: Kerbal X, Kerbal 1-5, Slim Shuttle, Dynawing Shuttle, Learstar 1A, And an Aeris 4a.
  5. I have also had a Mallard start spontaneously spinning around on axis (yaw) to the right after landing and stopping at the island airfield. Wheels were sliding like they weren't there, brakes were on, engines off, no trim or reaction wheels active. Couldn't reproduce.
  6. This morning I uploaded a short vid of a heavy boost vehicle I built and launched for a user who supplied a 1kiloton station. https://upload-video.net/a1117QEaL12 This evening, stuck playing stock game on a netbook, so flew a stock craft (Slim Shuttle) to a Station Core. When I can't be on my modded saves, It's still fun to fly.
  7. Even if most of my installs are highly modded, sometimes I find myself traveling with a notebook. The current stock game is all this poor little rig can handle. It is still enjoyable to get a Kerbal session stock, and one of my favorite activities is just grab a couple of the pre-built craft to launch and rendezvous. Here we have the Dynawing Shuttle and the Aeris 4a.
  8. Gumdrop and Spider, Apollo IX. Orbital testing of the stack revealed a problem with the fuel cells (there weren't any).
  9. Also haven't seen mention of Cupcake Landers. Pretty entertaining content.
  10. 1. Yeah, where the heck is ShadowZone? 2. @5thHorseman I guess I was oblivious to your channel, subscribed now. 3. Had to vote Raiz Space on this one, because lately I've leaned on his content for learning RSS/RO. The sheer amount of original content and historical reenactments he's published shows a lot of dedication. 4. Scott Manley got me started and always keeps my respect, but lately most of his content is historical and science news. I treated this poll as "KSP content", and voted accordingly.
  11. Finally, My 1.7.3 install of Realism Overhaul is up and running. Insisted on getting Scatterer and RSSVE running first. To orbit in a FASA Atlas/Mercury. Also in JNSQ, added a skybox from @JadeOfMaar, along with faint, Minmus flavored rings from Minmar Kerbin mod.
  12. [JNSQ] Rendesvous and careful approach... 600m diameter Glimmeroid.
  13. https://www.extremetech.com/extreme/134672-harvard-cracks-dna-storage-crams-700-terabytes-of-data-into-a-single-gram
  14. Could be my rig or Windows then, can reproduce consistently on this machine. Don't think it has anything to do with JNSQ. Mostly just a post to help if anyone else has the same issue.
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