Xeldrak

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  1. Well, you had me doubting my competence there for a minute, as I've allready tried out clicking the size filter. But clicking size does not sort by diameter. If I sort by size, it sorts the Kerbodyne S3-3600 Tank (size extra large) above the Rockomax Jumbo 64 (size large), wich is above the Kerbodyne S4-128 Tank (size extra large). Come to think of it, I'm not sure by what exactly the "size" filter sorts - I not volume or weight either...
  2. I'm also back looking into ksp after along time. My biggest question so far is: Can you somehow sort the tanks by diameter? Back then I used to know every single tank by heart. Now it's: This one? No, to big. This one? No, way to big. This one? No, to small. This one? What kind of size is that?
  3. Oh my, there are a lot of new parts. I used to be able to build and refine spacecraft in my head so that I just had to put them together once I'm home. Two questions: The MEV has to be able to make the trip LKO -> Munar surface -> LKO without refueling on the munar surface and without aerobreaking? And what mods would you recommend for ground refueling and for incorporating life support?
  4. *steps out of the pentagram* Uaargh.....you have summoned me? Well, I haven't played KSP in a while, maybe I will give this a shot
  5. Nah, I think we're fine with the current title. But it will be tolerated if you post the stuff you did yesterday.
  6. Just Read The Instructions
  7. @Nefrums There you go. No, there is no special RSS leaderboard - just not enough RSS entries yet For now, your name is on the modded leaderboard.
  8. @Nefrums Nicely done! However, if you want to see your name on the coveted leaderboard I need you to calculate your score
  9. @qzgy Thank you - english is not my native language. You should give it a go - apollo style missions are allways fun. I find them to be in a nice niche between "someting I can throw together in 10 minutes" and "This will keep me busy for at least a month".
  10. @Scarecrow Well done! We have a new number three on the leaderboard
  11. Hey there! Can I humbly suggest my "Doing it Apollo Style Challenge" as a heritage challenge? The original challenge can be found here, it was a thread of the month, way back in August 2013 and had 47 entries. The second iteration "Doing it Apollo Style - Redux" has only 16 entries so far, but they have kept comming for about 4 months now.
  12. @Jetski From what I can see your mission looks unique enough I have added you to the leaderboard
  13. @Gordon Fecyk Nicely done! And a great video too - good music and production values I've added you to the leaderboard. Yeah, apolly stylle mission are quite extravagant, but I allways found them really fun and engaging.
  14. @Physics Student Nicely done! I've added you to the leaderboard. Your self-deploying science-things are neat - deploying them by rover takes to much time. But I fear lauching one of them into orbit and counting that as a sub-satellite is against the spirit of recreating apollo