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  1. Just want to thank you for everything you have done and have created for ksp! I've been enjoying your mod and the progression of it for a long time. So really thank you. I hope you'll bring your creativity to other places too.
  2. I think Well should design and make what he wants . @Well your rockets look awesome! Great stuff!
  3. Ki-43 Hayabusa perhaps? Canopy and tail look similar.
  4. I was thinking you might be able to use the extending ladders as landing legs. However they don't appear to be very impact resistant.
  5. @Pak I took the liberty to patch a patch (the: "CA_2-5x_scale.cfg"). There was an error in there which caused the patch to not apply to the SRBs. Hope it's useful! Oh and btw, love what you have created here!
  6. Imho people who want backwards compatibility could always use an older version of Tantares.
  7. Thanks! Have been silently using your parts since your first soyuz. Great work!
  8. Is it possible to get these stuffs somewhere? Or they not finished just yet?
  9. extract the contents of "cormorant Aeronology 1.5.1" into gamedata. The game data folder should contain (at least): - Squad - Squadexpansion (if you have the dlc) - Cormorant Aeronology - Modulemanager 3.0.7.dll - Firespitter
  10. Yeah it is. Though I found that it works pretty well as an fly-by-wire system. Might need to turn moderation on or off though during launch. Reentry with the autopilot is amazing, as long as you switch off moderation.
  11. KSP SAS isn't great with asymmetric rockets. There is no real way around this, though something like atmospheric autopilot helps a lot. So it is not your fault. try this mod, as far as I know it still works:
  12. B1 and B2 would probably be the left and right engine respectively. However, then the question would be what is the left or right on a rocket?
  13. Theoretically speaking an aerospike has an infinitely long nozzle. Which would be perfectly optimised for the vacuum of space.