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  1. It's only a matter of time before someone builds that marble machine using this and KSP robotic parts.
  2. It's a known bug that appears sometimes, possibly due to version incompatibility. Same happens when you're in orbit, below the height where terrain stops being 3D rendered (160 km for Kerbin).
  3. Poll results are interesting. Worm is leading up. Ten days left to vote.
  4. Any news on the update? It's been a long time, I miss this mod. I know it says "it seems to work fine with KSP v1.9" but that makes me skiddish.
  5. I ws lucky to witness both Venus transits, several Mercury transits, but the latest thing that really struck me was seeing a thin crescent Venus with its horn edges going over 180°. Light spilling through atmosphere. It was beautiful, although not extreme as this.
  6. I hope this doesn't turn into a ruffle.
  7. 404 Not Found Looks like this was deleted, or maybe was never here. Who knows. This is what I get when I try go get v0.3.29.3.
  8. Has Kerbol got a spherical heliopause now or is this some kind of error?
  9. For all of you who are taking care of the people in higher risk, remember that the stuff you bring them is more likely to be contaminated every day. Buy only stuff that is packaged, and wash it in soapy bleach solution, then rinse, dry and put in clean bags before you give them the stuff. Remember the outer layer of the bag is also likely to be contaminated. Make a plan, think ahead. Don't enter their apartments unless you absolutely have to, and then make sure to have gloves on, gloves that did not touch outside world. This is very serious. Please think ahead of how you'll organize this.
  10. Now they need an enormous stick to poke it. You can't approach, you have to poke it and throw water at it.
  11. Folks, Folding@home offers crunching data on behaviour of receptor proteins for a model coronavirus. Folding@home was meant to be part of BOINC (like SETI@home and many others), but that never happened due to incompatibility and it stayed a standalone piece of software. For any information on how to help scientists model behaviour of these molecules, which will help greatly with fight on COVID-19, visit the site. I've created a team you can join, it's called Kerbal space program forum and its number is 238062.
  12. At least people around Po will have cleaner air.
  13. First fragment found. Location: Novo mesto, Slovenia. 203 g chondrite.