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  1. Download on SpaceDock, Github or Curseforge.. Also available on CKAN. Patches: copy — modify On Demand Fuel Cells Refueled - To Go Boldly (KSP 1.8.1 + .NET Framework 4.8) zer0Kerbal adopts for curation the mod known as On Demand Fuel Cells (ODFC) Continuation of On Demand Fuel Cells (ODFC) originally by @Orum, now continued by zer0Kerbal with massive support from @4x4cheesecake, @linuxgurugamer and additional community support. The plugin has undergone massive and systematic updates and changes. *** THIS IS DOES NOT COME WITH ANY PARTS; PLUGIN ONLY
  2. Hello kind people, I have a question about antenna, relays and power consumption. In my new rebirth game I am about to launch my first satellite contract and just for giggles I thought I'd make it a relay sat. This made me think. The satellite I have built for the contract has a 200 battery, an OKTO, 4 communotrons ( just for looks ) 4 basic solar panels, an oscar-b tank and a spark engine. I was thinking of adding an HG-5. The HG-5 uses 51.4 charge per second when transmitting so in theory my 200 unit satellite could transmit for around 3.9 seconds before zonking out (assu
  3. TLDR: What's the best method to avoid a probe running out of electric charge (and therefore becoming uncontrollable) over long durations of not monitoring it if you only have static solar panels? I've recently sent a probe to Moho and I did so with less tech than I would have liked because the transfer window was there and it seemed exciting to try. I'm now getting concerned though because it will be on a long voyage and the static solar panel may move away from sunlight while I'm not watching and then I will lose the ability to control the probe. I have two batteries, and I just tes
  4. My Tylo lander just reached Jool, but something's eating its electric charge at a rate of 0.03 per second. I tried turning off all systems on the ship, but it won't stop even when I'm angled toward the sun. I know those panels don't provide much power that far out, but I can't see why my power is going down even when I'm not doing anything. I've turned literally everything off.
  5. Hello there, I'm building a docking trainer while playing in sandbox and I have a couple of questions: 1) I am placing RCS blocks on my space craft and the only way I can see to place them equidistant from the COM is to use another part as a reference guide like so. Is there a better way? (without mods for now, I only use MecJeb for the moment and will mod up with the upcoming 64 bit support for windows with ALL the mods ) 2) I have found on a un-kerbeled re-entry using SAS and one of the probe cores to hold retro-grade that the 150 charge of the capsule is used up ver
  6. As anyone who has played RO knows, it completely re balances the way electricity is generated, stored, and used. I REALLY prefer this system. It keeps you from getting away with things like powering a 100t space station with a single solar panel, and generally makes electrical requirements a more interesting challenge to overcome. Is there a way to implement this change into a stock or otherwise non-RO install? Has anyone done it? Is it possible to simply take the config(s) that RO uses? I understand this is an extremely small niche I'm trying to fill, so I'd be fine with doing it my
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