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    KSP, Kopernicus, Minecraft, and Among Us.

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  1. Greetings. Version 0.3.1 is now live! This is a small patch that tweaks some of the textures and surfaces of existing moons, as well as their rotation. All textures have now been successfully converted to DDS format, which allows for OnDemand loading. This helps reduce memory usage. Enjoy! As usual, the update is available on SpaceDock. Note: Helvica and Neus Nadavo's atmospheric rims may still be broken in the Map view. This is a persistent issue that I haven't been able to fix yet. Hopefully, it won't spoil your experience.
  2. @AeroSkyGrab the latest 1.10.1 release from the Releases page on Github (1101, not 191). Drag and drop the "Kopernicus" and "ModularFlightIntegrator" folders into the GameData folder. To answer your first question, yes, it'll work with JNSQ (after all, Kopernicus is a dependency for JNSQ anyway).
  3. Hello again! After a week of slow development, I have managed to prepare the next update for Helvica, Version 0.3. This update adds Neus Nadavo, a Kerbin-like world found just beyond Helvica's rings. Complete with biomes and terrain variation. The update is available for download on SpaceDock. Note: Neus Nadavo is in a very early state. In particular, its atmosphere as seen from the Map view (ScaledSpace; i.e., Tracking Station, etc.) currently has faulty atmosphere rims. It will most likely change over the course of future updates. If there is any feedback you would like to give m
  4. @Kerminator1000@ffx@ILoveStars@Autolyzed Yeast Extract@Santana3

    Guys, just use @OhioBob's atmosphere calculator.
    KillAshley hasn't been around for ages.

     

    1. ffx

      ffx

      ok, I have make a planet using Ohinobob atmo calculator

  5. Ancient Kerbal Mythology I've always thought about how the Kerbals saw deities and other religious/mythological figures, and there isn't really much to go by in the game other than Moho and Bop. I took it upon myself to make a chart of mythological figures that I think the Kerbals may have worshipped. (In a way, this is a continuation of this forum thread). This is by no means a "standard" for Kerbal mythology, as I don't really expect most people to care too much about it anyway, meaning that these names and definitions are open. However, I did think i
  6. No, KSP is not "spyware", at least not in the typical sense. It just sends some gameplay information back to Squad, which is something that 90% of games probably already do anyway. Don't like it? Use your computer offline. Still want to have internet access? Use a firewall. It's that simple. This collection of gameplay data is not new, and it's definitely not malicious. So there's no real reason to get worried over something like this. KSP is a spaceflight simulator game, not a social media website.
  7. I would just choose a cool name that works well as a vessel name. I normally use this website. For my own ships, I make a "family" of vessels with that name using Roman numerals.Each family fulfills a different basic purpose. Manned spacecraft destined for missions to other moons or planets are simply named after the celestial body itself, while other spacecraft get a unique name. As an example, I am currently playing through career mode in the stock system, and my vessel names are as follows (the list is somewhat large): Hopefully, that gives you an idea of how I would name sh
  8. Landed Jeb and Bob on the Mun today. First Mun landing in this (relatively) new career save.
  9. You have to make the rings yourself, then. I've never seen SVE add bright green rings to Jool.
  10. I don't really give my missions any names, but I do give names to the ships that carry out that mission. I usually just choose a cool name that works well as a vessel name, and then make a "family" of vessels with that name using Roman numerals. Each family fulfills a different basic purpose. Manned spacecraft destined for missions to other moons or planets are simply named after the celestial body itself, while other spacecraft get a unique name. As an example, I am currently playing through career mode in the stock system, and my vessel names are as follows (the list is somewhat l
  11. I don't know what you mean by "defined lines". As for rings, you need Kopernicus for SVE to add rings to Jool.
  12. I intend to add Scatterer support eventually, although I probably won't do so anytime soon.
  13. Anything from the the default EVE configs (BoulderCo) to Astronomer's Visual Pack will look just fine. I personally use Stock Visual Enhancements, and it looks magnificent with Parallax (I currently have Parallax uninstalled, though; running both Parallax and SVE more or less kills my PC ).
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