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  1. The video has been tested and is working properly. The issue you're encountering may require some troubleshooting on your end. (If you're viewing on mobile, try viewing on desktop. If using Chrome, try Firefox, or try clearing your cache, etc.) They screenshots are from in-game. The video is a test scene. All in-game screenshots are from the work in progress game, so any images/video associated with Show and Tell, Dev Diaries, etc. are WIP status. There is no "Show and Tell" post today. Today's KSP2 related post is the Dev Diary.
  2. KSP is special—and challenging from an engineering perspective. Learn about the work that KSP2 Physics Engineer Michael Dodd has been putting into improving static and dynamic object collisions in KSP2 Dev Diary #10 "Collisions". Check out the post below ↓
  3. There isn't supposed to be any audio, but the video should still work. I'll look into this.
  4. If you're not able to view the video in the post here, please try viewing the post directly on the KSP website and see if you're able to view it there. Link: https://www.kerbalspaceprogram.com/dev-diaries/developer-insights-10-collisions/
  5. Just wanted to give a quick reminder to those interested in this or any other Intercept Games positions to apply via the links provided on https://www.interceptgames.com/#jobs. You can feel free to discuss any experience you have here, or recommend this position to others to check out, however those interested will still need to fill out an application to be considered. Best of luck to those who have already applied!
  6. Thank you to everyone that participated in the survey. The survey will be closing soon, so I'm going to lock this thread. If you'd like to participate but haven't had a chance to fill it out yet, please make sure to head to https://bit.ly/kspsurvey1f today. Thank you again!
  7. To touch on this topic again, the purpose for the question "Do you have any children under the age of 18?" is to follow up with the question "Do you play Kerbal Space Program with them?" if the answer was "Yes". It's to inquire if there are parents out there playing KSP with their kids, and it helps the company to better understand the demographic of the people that are playing KSP and/or those who could be potentially playing KSP2. I'm guessing that any pets you may have aren't/won't be playing KSP, so listing dogs and cats for this question was not needed. (Although if you do have a pet that plays KSP I'm sure the team would love to hear about that! ) Not all countries were listed. If your country was not listed, please select other.
  8. We ask about whether those taking the survey have children under the age of 18 only to then ask a follow up question of those who do "Do you play Kerbal Space Program with your children?". This is so that we do not subjugate everyone to answer a question that is unrelated or that they can't answer. Rather than have every possible option in one question, some questions throughout the survey act as a means to send respondents on a different route that is applicable to the response they've given. Hope this helps to provide some insight!
  9. Gurdamma is a young terrestrial planet that's still experiencing heavy asteroid bombardment, much like Kerbin did billions of years ago. Still to come: a thick atmosphere and a very close (i.e. within the rings) moon!
  10. Hello @Klapaucius. I'll DM you about this. For any other educators with a pre-existing KerbalEdu account that find themselves in a similar situation, please reach out to our customer support team, or DM me directly. Thank you!
  11. That is correct, that is the typical method we use for our planned posts. Since this is on our radar we will look into it. Thank you for letting us know.
  12. Whether you're a Kerbonaut who's only been playing for a few weeks or for an entire decade, we want to hear from you!  Please complete this short KSP survey. ► https://bit.ly/kspsurvey1f
  13. Unfortunately according to the official rules your entry would not be eligible then.
  14. It's official! The winners of the 10th Anniversary Easter Egg hunt are: @nukeboyt, @budgetrocketcompany, @The Doodling Astronaut, @treesniper12, @Noname117, @dorsanegg, @Souptime, @Ahres, @KenilworthKerbal, @Scorpiodude, and @Admiral Fluffy. Congrats Kerbonauts! We'll be sending a Jeb squishy your way. Keep an eye on your DMs for a message from me. Thank you to all that participated!
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