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  1. Kopernicus Continued Planetary System Modifier is a mod that provides for the graceful introduction of new celestial bodies to Kerbal Space Program. This is where we test new things and learn how break the universe with gusto. Disclaimer This is R-T-B's "Bleeding Edge" branch of Kopernicus, intended to support the latest features, KSP editions, and also the latest bugs. Please keep in mind this branch may be more buggy than Prestja's stable Kopernicus branch, but it also supports more KSP versions and has more features implemented for testing reasons. Many features that make it into mainline Kopernicus are born, tested, and trialed by fire here. These features do get tested, briefly, and they generally work, but still, bugs can be slip by and be real, so it is important to BACK UP YOUR SAVEGAMES! It should be noted I am a member of the current Kopernicus Maintainence effort and this is an official Kopernicus-Continued subproject. Features: Presently, over the base Kopernicus Stable branch, this branch also features. 1.) es-es translation. (More is coming, honest). 2.) Big plans, including support for non zero altitude lakes (not currently in the present builds), performance optimization experiments, and maybe even comets. Who knows in what order? 3.) Probably bugs. Backup your save. FAQ: 1.) When will this leave development? A.) It won't. The whole idea is this is the eternal testing ground. It stays here forever and ever and ever... 2.) What does this mod do? A.) On it's own, nothing. It's generally a dependency or modders tool. 3.) Can I has a CKAN version? A.) Sure, just opt in to our private beta CKAN repo. This will grant you auto updates from the beta tree and get you all this stuff straight from CKAN! Do the following technique to start this: From your main CKAN window, go to "Settings." "CKAN Settings." Click "New" under "Metadata Repositories" Add our CKAN repo in the resulting text box. It's the one called "Kopernicus_BE" No more FAQ for now, ask me something frequently and I may add it to stop you... Downloads Kopernicus "Bleeding Edge" Unified Downloads (the base mod) KittopiaTech "Bleeding Edge" Unified Downloads (this is basically a GUI for Kopernicus pack developers, hit CTRL-P in mapview, most don't need it) Please ensure you grab the right version for your KSP version! 1.8 needs the legacy release, anything newer, 1.9+ Credit. Credit must be given to other current Kopernicus Maintainers @prestja, as well as previous authors @Thomas P. , @Sigma88 and many others for their incredible work in building an elegant solution for bringing new worlds to KSP. Source Code Source code can be found on the GitHub repository. License Kopernicus is licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License
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