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  1. https://github.com/KSP-RO/RealismOverhaul/releases/tag/v11.5.0 v11.5.0 for KSP 1.2.2 * Compatibility of the J-2 with the EMRController mod * New airplane cockpits, improvements/fixes to existing ones * CommNet support, RT improvements * Improvements to SSTU compatibility, configs, plumes * Added compatibility for CoatlAerospace Probes & GroundOps, many parts * Compatibility with Raidernick's B330 * Added/improved compatibilty for RealEngines (v1.5) * Many more engines configured for TestFlight, such as the Star 37 and J-2 * Add a config for the RD-100 * Updated
  2. Ooof, quite the mod list. Are you sure you just didn't burst through the memory limit on your computer? I'd suggest trying to make a copy of your game, and start removing mods to see when/if the bug goes away. Maybe try removing RemoteTech or DMagic first? It could've been a 'minor' mod update that caused the whole issue, which is why I'm very careful about allowing mods to update through CKAN. Letting a dozen mods update all at once is a recipe for ending up with a random bug and not knowing which mod might have been responsible. Good luck!
  3. Partial list doesn't help much; can you list all the mods you have, or give a Gamedata screenshot? Could be missing CRP for example.
  4. The properies Kopernicus uses to generate each planet are stored in files within your RSS folder. The file in particular that controls Jupiter's oblateness is here. Experiment by making medium sized changes to different parameters to figure out what they do. Enjoy https://github.com/KSP-RO/RealSolarSystem/blob/master/GameData/RealSolarSystem/RSSKopernicus/Jupiter/Jupiter_Oblate.cfg
  5. KSP RO doesn't advertise itself as compatible with Persistent Thrust. If you figure out how to get it to work, feel free to contribute that fix/trick to the community so we can share it with others. I don't know how KSPI goes about scaling their engines, but as far as I'm aware engine property scaling is incompatible with RealFuels engines modules. Generally with RO, if you want 5x the thrust of 1 engine you use a cluster of 5 engines.
  6. I want to share/store documents and plans I (and others!) make for interplanetary missions. I intend to start with basic/boring information, like ballistic coefficients, heat shield information, etc.that will be useful to see for planning a mission. I intend to draw from data of actual carried out or planned missions, but feel free to post information about missions you've carried out with the full RSS/RO/RP-0 stack in KSP 1.1 or 1.2. For starters, I've got this document which lays the ground for a Venus balloon mission. A heatshield is required to slow the craft down at Venus, of
  7. Are you sure you have FAR, or that FAR is working? IIRC, w/o FAR there is much more air resistance, leading to more trouble like that and lower max altitudes.
  8. I'd definitely recommend using KSP 1.1.3 for playing RO, yep. All the mods required for it are still not updated. That said, an enterprising person who'd rather spend their time fighting the install process can follow the 'Golden Spreadsheet" and install mods one at a time. Support and install support not provided, since the 'people who know' are busy building and updating mods! https://github.com/KSP-RO/RP-0/issues/610
  9. @Anjomar You could potentially remove the RO patches for those parts, or modify them to not change scale? As DrLicor says, they may be quite small compared to Earth. An alternative would be to use SMURF instead of RO, since that wouldn't change the parts scales, but make it easier to fly in the RSS?
  10. @Theysen Prior to my vacation, I did a little tweaking of my Scatterer config, which helped make the brightness balance better, so the deserts are less bright without negatively affecting the prettiness of the rest of the planet. IIRC, I adjusted the Gamma or Alpha settings. I'll share when I get a chance, so we can refine things. I also find the Moon to be a bit bright in certain circumstances, but I had chalked that up to me using EngineLight or AmbientLightAdjust. I might do some fiddling, since I doubt I'll have time to get back into my RP-0 series this week, but I could probably
  11. Ahh. I'd asked what to turn up specifically on a HeatPump part to increase the effectiveness and you mentioned overcoolFactor. I'll try overcoolFactor on the stock radiators with ModuleActiveRadiator since that is what you meant. (UpThumb)
  12. The OP includes a link to some configs that I don't think have been sent over to RO for inclusion. RO encourages any configs to be submitted as a PR, so we can review and add it to the other RO configs. If you were to submit the configs from here to RO, I'd suggest attempting to get @ReventonHawx's permission for that, or checking how those configs posted in the OP here are licensed.
  13. Take 2. I set a very low overcoolFactor to the ModuleHeatPump, although that wasn't a field previously defined in the cfg for it. http://imgur.com/c2mV8Du http://pastebin.com/SPhRpedB
  14. the Ignitor resource used to be core to how restart-able engines were. Now, they are mostly just important for 'balancing'/making more realistic the restart of very restartable engines, since starting up an engine in reality sort of wastes a bit of fuel to inefficient combustion & spinning up pumps each restart. If you're not sure what an engine (or any part) finally looks like when it is used by the game, I suggest checking it out in your local ModuleManager.ConfigCache. If you're more curious and want to know which patches lead to that final configuration, I'll have to Grep or poke
  15. @Bornholio Just a hip guy, chilling between two giant nuclear rockets. There are at least a few nuclear rockets that already work within RO, last time I tried them. For example, Atomic Rockets has a number of engines config'd I can see in RO. https://github.com/KSP-RO/RealismOverhaul/blob/master/GameData/RealismOverhaul/RO_SuggestedMods/AtomicAge/RO_AtomicAge_Engines.cfg The mod page 'says' 1.0.5, but parts mods generally aren't broken by ever KSP update, so there is no harm in giving them a shot. My interest is in more realistically modeled nuclear engines.
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