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  1. I love this, it's just what the KSC was missing. I also support making it play nice with the extended space center. However, if I can just add my suggestion, the hexagon bases look a little too unnatural for a coastline or a harbour. Maybe blend the natural coastline into it somewhat?
  2. Soyuz revamp? My greatest wish is to see "hard" fairings (like the ones on Tundra Exploration) to better emulate the LES, especially after the recent abort. Also, is there a Soyuz 2-1v engine? I thought one was included but I cannot seem to find it.
  3. Is there a good way to make the Kliper? The StarWatcher and its LV adapter is so close, but I don't know what could be used for the propulsion module. Maybe one day you might be interested to add this part compatible with Tantares to fill in the rest?
  4. Still looks great! What's up on Github, and what's left on the roadmap?
  5. This is great! I'm so glad to see this rover again, especially after the Breaking Ground surface science packs
  6. Isn't this a little big for its launch vehicles? I rescaled it to 50% and it fits perfectly inside TundraExploration's Falcon 9 fairings.
  7. Does "science parts" include the Kibō Exposed Facility? Are you making unique experiments for these parts?
  8. All the rockets are overpowered. I understand Beale's reasoning, but maybe there's a way to make a MM patch that automatically reduces fuel and thrust to more realistic amounts.
  9. Is this engine for the Soyuz revamp? If I could suggest two things to have at some point to this mod, it would be retrorockets and a hard fairing for Soyuz so it can simulate launch escapes like they function irl. Also, does anyone have a good Kerbalism config? I'd like to use it as a basis for some of my own MM tweaks.
  10. I've been playing around with the trusses and it looks like they're missing a few polygons on the rotators. When you break the solar panels there's a hole straight through the model, as seen here. Also, I think you could add some texturing to the top of Z1 to show where the P6 docking port is supposed to attach. Are you adding the antennae? One more suggestion: You have some of the Shuttle bay trunnions on many of these parts, but perhaps you can add them as their own small piece for extra greeble? Or, this creates a way to solve Shuttle bay attachment: A trunnion set which actually contains an invisible radial decoupler. Seems a little cheaty, but it could be an elegant solution. Similarly, on a photo of the real ISS that @Foxxonius Augustus shared a few pages back shows astronauts removing a trunnion bipod from P/S2. Those would work excellently as a radial decoupler, whether they stay attached to the cargo bay or attached to the truss such that they can be removed optionally by KIS. This photo for reference: I think it's important to keep in mind that these parts should integrate into Cormorant's shuttle system (or at least the cargo bay) as that's how most users are going to launch. That being said, for other users who find the CRG-100 too small, the semi-defunct Shuttle Payload Technologies has a more realistically sized CRG-150 and a rescale MM patch for the rest of the Cormorant shuttle.
  11. There's something fun about that too, but craft files are nice for coherence. However, I've always wanted to follow the entire assembly sequence, so when you make the Z1, please make sure P6 can mount on top of it, or other temporary attachments; but I think that's the only strange docking to be aware of.
  12. What's the optimal way to mount this in a shuttle bay? Shouldn't it have radial attachment and/or those bipod things from @Foxxonius Augustus's picture? Also, is the T-400 used to attach all the truss segments together or is there a larger half-hex port being made? If it's the former, perhaps add an insert on S0 to signify where to use it. I really like the amount of greeble on these, though. Complex and interesting without being too messy like it is IRL. Also, what's the right way to attach the ST-200 to the ST-600 to alight right?