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    Kerbal Engineer
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  1. I tried out Linuxgurugamer's 'Orbit Decay Updated' a few weeks ago, and as soon as I got my rocket out of the atmosphere, the game broke where I couldn't move my rocket and the only thing I could do was shut off and turn on the engine. Also, I couldn't click any of the buttons in the pause menu, means I had to close the game's Desktop Window to get the game to close. I think these issues are caused by something that changed in the newest update of 1.12, or some bad code in the mod. Is there a way to fix these problems and get the mod running as it's supposed to? If so, let me know in the comments. Thanks in advance to anyone who reads this, Austin Kerman
  2. So I accidently crashed a shuttle into the ground, and it destroyed the ground that was around the launch sites, and now Cape Canaveral looks like this: https://imgur.com/a/oxsrbtm I've tried deleting and then reinstalling Kerbal Konstructs and Cape Kanaveral, but that doesn't seem to be working, do you guys know how I can fix this?
  3. Well, I have successfully redone the STS 2b Mission after 3 weeks, although it was very rough. I lifted off from the KSC and made my way to orbit. I then met up with the Fuel Pod and retrieved it into the payload bay, without using anything in the Fuel Pod. I then reentered the atmosphere, although the fuel pod glitched many times, and spun out of control. I then came over the KSC Runway and smacked into it, somehow not exploding, and then rolled to a stop on the runway, technically 'landing' on the runway. Here is my proof: https://imgur.com/a/9C85ciK With this mission done, I am applying for the STS 2b Commander Stock Badge.
  4. I don't know, seems kind of sus.
  5. This actually looks pretty cool! Nice work.
  6. I have recompleted the STS 1b mission, making sure to get enough proof to get the badge. I launched the fuel pod into a 100-ish orbit (Difference of only 30 meters between apoapsis and periapsis). I then deorbited the Determination Space Shuttle and landed at the KSC Runway. I streamed the entire thing to make sure there is no doubt in the submission. Part 1: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/1055584293 Part 2: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/1055983553 Here is a photo album just in case: https://imgur.com/a/E7zxTgk With this, I am reapplying for the STS 1b Commander Stock Badge.
  7. @Artienia It's also in a geostationary orbit, they are just so close together that you can barely see one another on the map screen. The second satellite was the one I showed in my original 2a submission. You can see it here: https://imgur.com/a/DLrDmR8
  8. @Artienia Here is the remaining proof for STS 2a (Includes the other satellite and its orbit): https://imgur.com/a/CpEYaTh I hope this clears doubt about my STS 2a submission.
  9. @Artienia Thanks for the badges! I'll try to get the remaining proof for some of the missions, and redo the ones I can't get proof for. I could stream the redo missions, that should remove any doubt in the mission, so I'll try that.
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