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Stranded Lander

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  1. It's not just large spacecraft having poor movement times. Some of the most basic spacecraft and aircraft I have built can take about 5 seconds to move after I press a key at worst. This doesn't seem to be the case for when I use my mouse to click on buttons.
  2. Hello, could you change my name to "Stranded Lander"? Thanks.
  3. I have 3 theories on this: The goo is from outer space, possibly from magic boulders or regular asteroids, evidenced from the scientific result, "The goo feels right at home here.", which is taken in space. The goo is a bi-product of the strange substance the R/D department uses for fuel, evidenced by the mysterious green substance found on the launch pad. The goo is of Joolean nature, evidenced from the scientific result, "The goo feels right at home here.", which is taken while descending into Jool's atmosphere. Theories 1 and 2 are equally likely, but theory 3 is less likely.
  4. Not too long ago, I started suffering from input latency which varies from time to time, but seems to get worse when I make more complicated ships. To put it into simpler terms, when I press a key, the game doesn't respond for a short time (5 seconds at most) before it registers the input. I think it has something to do with how the game runs calculations, but if there is any way to fix it or at least lessen its effects, please share it with me.
  5. Hello! I'm new to the forums, but I've played KSP for a couple years now, even though my competence has only been existent for a few months. So far, I've gotten to Minmus and back (except Jeb is now stuck mid-orbit around Kerbin), but not the Mun. I can already tell the KSP forums is a nice place with a welcoming community, which is something very few forum websites are blessed with.
  6. You could send a refueling station or refueling base over, or you could find a way to delete the Mun entirely and focus on the cooler and tastier Minmus.
  7. There's a theory that goes around stating that Jool's atmosphere could be rich in chlorine, since chlorine gas is green in colour. The concern of how common chlorine is is valid. However, an atmosphere consisting of mostly chlorine would not have many potential reactants around it.
  8. Fun Fact: there are 5 gaps in Saturn's ring system: The Colombo Gap The Maxwell Gap The Huygens Gap The Encke Gap The Keeler Gap
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