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  1. Having a bit of trouble between launches. Generally the first time I boot up and launch, everything will be fine. 2 or 3 missions in...things will start resizing themselves. Generally they'll get bigger. (Dramatically bigger...like, dwarf the entire launch site and sticking out above the atmosphere, bigger). Also, it will often spawn me off-center of a launchpad static. Using RSS 1.7.3. Is this a known/common bug? It didn't do this on earlier versions.
  2. I finally finished cleaning my hard drive after that last video! Over 100GB of Apollo 13-related materials, everything from photos to wholly uncompressed 16mm DAC film transfers/entire TV transmissions. I make these videos as a hobby. I figure there aren't that many resources that give you a centralized, by-mission experience of the Apollo program. I have so much fun making them.
  3. Is there any way to get rid of the crosshair/reticule? I totally understand it's purpose and from a utility perspective, it's completely justified. However I feel it's inappropriate for the two-way booster camera and while I love that camera's filter/effects, I do not love the crosshair.
  4. It seems to be finicky with FAR, but from what I can gather -- FAR allows me to see MPH in atmosphere, while Speed Unit Changer allows me to see MPH in orbital mode once in space!
  5. Is it locked to m/s while in an atmosphere? I use this with RSS and that works out perfectly, since the last official RO release is 1.3.1. I can't see to get NMI/MPH to display until I am already in space -- within the atmosphere, the navball seems locked to m/s.
  6. Running RSS on KSP 1.3.1 with a great many mods, some of them displaying "incompatible" messages at startup but working fine. Not exactly a healthy KSP install...but so long as it runs I am a bit laissez-faire about the whole thing. Trying to land on Callisto and something odd happens. At a low altitude, the entire moon disappears, as well as my spacecraft (I am left with just the skybox), and if I go into the map, the game CTD's. I suspect since it's triggered by proximity/altitude it could be a texture thing? https://drive.google.com/open?id=1mXgo3fjR304X5hvG_S9NCmoHbx13GDL - erro
  7. I'm getting close to some REAL interplanetary spaceflight in R.S.S.... Still struggling with packing enough snacks for the whole 3-year trip to Mars, so I dare not venture outside Earth's SOI yet. A series of N.S.S's (Nuclear Shuttle Systems) are launched and act as space tugs to build an infrastructure to support Mars landings. Step one: Capture near-Earth asteroid and bring it into orbit around the Moon! (Maybe we can visit it later) Step two: Visit the asteroid! my Chaka monkey Orion CM/SM decoupler seems to be migrating
  8. FASA alternate engine configs are not available in Science or Career mode. TreeToppler does not fix this, Community Tech Tree does not fix this, unlocking all tech in the debug menu does not fix this. RP-0 does not fix this (same result with or without RP-0). Is this a common issue/solved already? I am posting this here because RealismOverhaul is the folder with RF configs for the J-2, RL-10, etc, not Realfuels. Any help appreciated
  9. Top 10 KSP Map betrayals of all time, this has to be #1... WHAT I WAS PROMISED... WHAT I GOT... Mercury's south pole is absolutely radical! With limited ignitions, the promise of a flat, dried lava-flooded crater seemed like a great place to land my first mission. Oh, how I was wrong. It's all in good spirit though - we made it! (Barely)
  10. Apollo 15 to Hadley-Appenine! The mountains and hills are unbelievably close to the real thing...but there aren't any rilles! I'm constantly impressed by how well mapped out the RSS Moon is regarding geologic features, and despite there being an absence of the Hadley rille entirely, it was an incredibly fun challenge to plop Falcon down in her 1971 resting place. I was a bit off-target to the north due to the fact that my initial lunar orbit insertion burn was severely off-target, and I had to eat into contingency fuel margins to be able to
  11. One of my more recent KSP "minigames" if you will is landing at Apollo sites in RSS during identical lighting conditions and attempting to recreate actual photos taken. Here is my latest Apollo 11 "Aft-LEM/Earth" shot. Not too bad eh? I can tell I am a little south due to the sunlight on Earth coming a bit more from the right in my photo, but I was darn close.
  12. The Kerbal Space Center after Hurricane Kirma....
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