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  1. No, RSS requires Kopernicus, the latest version of which supports 1.8.1.
  2. Did you add fuel storage? Tanks come configured with no fuel storage by default, you need to open the tank gui and add fuels.
  3. Which version of the textures are you using? I can't see anything there in the biome map - it's South of Bermuda, but even Bermuda shouldn't have mountain biome.
  4. This is an issue with RSS 18 (it also affects 1.8.1). If you grab the latest textures from github then they are fixed.
  5. Today I got all my RO/RP-1 mods running on 1.8.1 successfully. First launch of a new career:
  6. Just as a FYI RO does work with 1.8.1. See RaiderNick's post here:
  7. RSSVE works in 1.8.1 with latest scatterer and EVE. You can download it here: https://github.com/KSP-RO/RSSVE Also I would suggest RSS v18 plus the latest texture pack for 1.8.1.
  8. There's a continuation here: https://github.com/KSP-RO/RSSVE The version for 1.7.3 works on a 1.8.1 build.
  9. This is exactly the reason that I don't do more modding and I expect I'm not the only one.
  10. If you want to help constructively, fork the repo and start producing pull requests.
  11. I think this is an issue in ReStock - I noticed multiple drag cubes getting added while trying to fix ReStock / RP-1 1.8 compatibility. I am preparing a PR for ReStock which should fix this issue.
  12. All antennas should relay with RA. Do your probe and GEO relay have enough power to connect to each other? Also if you're using dishes they need to be aimed I think.
  13. [RO/RSS/RP-1] First lunar landing. We're calling this one a qualified success... The ship was launched using a direct ascent trajectory, then approached the surface of the Moon directly. The braking burn went smoothly, dropping speed from 2.5km/s to just 40m/s at and altitude of around 7km. Slightly early but within acceptable limits. With the braking stage detached, the lander nears the surface. And a soft landing is achieved. Note for next time, improve the landing legs. Still everything survived, yielding a decent haul of surface science.
  14. One advantage would be you could use large spherical tanks to improve mass ratio I suppose, since you don't need an aerodynamic geometry.