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  1. KSP CommNet Signal Strength Calculator & Antenna Selector Stock + OPM System: Link Galileo Planet Pack System: Link (When you open the links above, please save a copy to your own Google Account to be able to edit for yourself) This document allows you to view the antennas utilized by CommNet to aid you in the preparation for missions to specific bodies or to determine signal strengths between vessels before launch. ----------------------------------- Antennas Sheet The 'Antennas' sheet allows you to view all th
  2. Not 100% sure this is the right place to post this, but I created a single-use widget for calculating resonant orbits to deploy satellites into a circular orbit at regular intervals along that orbit. It’s at http://meyerweb.com/eric/ksp/resonant-orbits/. In case you’re wondering “what the heck is this?”, a resonant orbit is most commonly used to set up CommNet constellations around non-Kerbin bodies. Suppose you want to put three relay satellites into circular polar orbit around Minmus. You could launch them one at a time from Kerbin and do all kinds of shenanigans to get them into a c
  3. Hi I know many of you used to use the old Garycourt calculator which was updated till 1.2 However it hasn't been updated since. I have updated it, whilst retaining his original content. Let me know what I have missed out/can make it better http://korc.epizy.com
  4. Surface Coordinates (Lat/Long) to Distance Calculator Have you ever wondered how far and long you would have to drive a rover to get from one place to another? Maybe you're planning a Science rover expedition, or maybe you want to place a base within driving distance of other bases or new Science biomes. Either way, here's a simple spreadsheet that calculates distance between two points on any planet/moon in KSP: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/11ahybKKvft5v7hfzkBEnTdFKhT_f-YsI3ITXKMeZDUw/edit?usp=sharing Make a copy of the sheet and you'll be free to make you
  5. Il looks like this but i expect many bugs becouse i couldnt turn it into english version. If you find any bug please comment it on comment section to support this... thing ? You can download it from here (Will be at the full realase) The yellow boxes are to type information it, and the checkmarks are to show the best reccomended settings. Have fun! (Edit: Change the red K(c) and (K(pc) if the kerbal supplies consumption per day or kerbal power consumption per day isnt right) Author: Klirtek Credit: Mark Thrimm (I used his manufacturing chain schedule)
  6. Light Intensity Curve Calculator So I made this calculator for people to use, because sometimes making light intensity curves for a star can be quite annoying Also I want to thank WarriorSabe on discord for helping me with the right values and formulas Nevertheless here's a download \/ https://drive.google.com/file/d/12SLjtGyvh_7D392X49JOwxh_ztegydNy/view?usp=sharing To fill in your values please make sure to download or copy it to your own drive Please follow the license guidelines -Don't share a by-yourself-edited-version, please contact me f
  7. Last night I decided I should write an application for calculating antenna strength of vessels. I know there is the Google Docs one that many people use, but I wanted an application to do it. Thus was born Kerbal Antenna Kalculator! Click on the plus and minus buttons to add or remove antennas and you will get immediate results in the green area below. The little question mark button in the lower right will open a small window with additional information. This is for Windows. You may need to download and install the .NET Framework v4.5.1 in order to run it. Download (v0
  8. (Inspired by Interplanetary How-To Guide by Kosmo-Not) I proudly present to you the Nexus's Orbital Calculator It does a lot of calculations for you automatically. You only have to input the data. It has a: Orbit Calculator Hohmann Transfer Calculator Interplanetary Transfer Calculator And more... Works for both stock KSP and Real Solar System Download for free by clicking on the link below https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0WLcnclj_TFSVBRUEExSWlmeW8/view?usp=sharing (I'm open to constructiv
  9. Hello. I would like to ask if there's a calculator or a spreadsheet that can calculate all the things Alexmoon's Calculator does but for the RealSolarSystem. I would like a spreadsheet or an online tool, please. Because the calculators for KSP (e.g. Alexmoon's, Olex, etc) only work for stock KSP. I've tried abrhmsanchez's one but he doesn't have the Moon. Also, I would like to have the real names of the objects. Also, I would like it to have custom values. E.g. radius, gravity, possibility to add new bodies, in short, that you can modify everything in it. If someo
  10. Hello. I would like to ask if there's a calculator or a spreadsheet that can calculate all the things Alexmoon's Calculator does but for the RealSolarSystem. I would like a spreadsheet or an online tool, please. Because the calculators for KSP (e.g. Alexmoon's, Olex, etc) only work for stock KSP. I've tried abrhmsanchez's one but he doesn't have the Moon. Also, I would like to have the real names of the objects. Also, I would like it to have custom values. E.g. radius, gravity, possibility to add new bodies, in short, that you can modify everything in it. If someo
  11. Greetings! KSPAntenna.jar: A small programm written by me for calcualting the possible ranges between probes/stations equipped with different antennas. Installed Java Runtime is necessary to run it. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B0HPkVkOJdZAVXpfS2N3cG1xN2c?usp=sharing regards, stk8472
  12. I have been developing a method to automatically calculate the orbital elements of a spacecraft with a Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus calculator. My script, which has been posted below, does not need (but can use) the apsides of an orbit to continue, operating on the Vis-Viva Equation. All that is needed is a reference altitude and velocity, the radius of the current body, and the Standard Gravitational Parameter of the current body. After only a week, the script has reached a high level of development, and can calculate Gilly's orbit with a 2%-13% error. As such, I feel it is ready for release
  13. Hey guys, I don't know if this was discussed earlyer, but I found a way to calculate orbits in real solar system. For me it was a real pain in the butt to find premade calculation for orbit. You can easily find the geostationary/geosychronous orbit of earth, but it get's a bit tricky for the rest of the planets. So I watched some YouTube videos and came to the conclusion that is't pretty simple. You can basically do this with every planet you want, even in the stock solar system. The only data you need for the formule are: - The mass of the plan
  14. This tool has been succeeded by the Advanced KSP Mission Tool. Please check out the new thread. I've spent the last few weekends doing some rocket science, and I'd like to present my KSP Mission-Based Rocket Designer & Simulator. The aim is to abstract away as many design decisions as possible that don't have any bearing, per se, on the mission you're trying to accomplish. Instead, the calculator will attempt to optimize for the lightest possible rocket able to get the job done. Try it: https://jsideris.github.io/KSP-Mission-Based-Rocket-Designer/ The tool will algorithmica
  15. Hi there! Have you ever injected from solar orbit into a highly horizontal suborbital trajectory towards a huge lumpy rock, and wondered... ...What is the most delta-V efficient way to bring my vessel to a safe landing? Well, wonder no more! Download Source As you may be aware, the delta-V-optimal way to come to a stop over a non-atmospheric body is using 100% retrograde thrust (relative to surface). However, begin thrusting too early and you will come to a stop with a long way yet to fall - on the other hand, begin thrusting too late and you will find that t
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