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  1. I've been working on an orrery for the Kerbol system and I've run into a couple of issues with regard to the length of Kerbin's year. Using values from the wiki and extracted from the game (suppposedly) using HyperEdit, I've managed to calculate this year length: Parameter Symbol Value Source Gravitational Constant G 6.67408 ∙ 10-11 m3/(kg ∙ s2) From patch notes Accelerati
  2. There used to be a Kerbal Calendar mod. I don't know just what it used as its periods. As per the wiki: The Kerbal Calendar (The Kalendar) A Kerbin year is 426 days long. More accurately, it's 426 days, 32 minutes, 24.6 seconds long. (9203544.6 s) The Mun orbits Kerbin every 6 days, 2 hours, 36 minutes, 24.4 seconds. (138984.4 s) (Remember for these that a Kerbin day is 6 hours long.) Kerbals don't have weeks, as they would be less than 2 days long each (an Earth week is ideally one Moon phase, though of course it isn't, quite). There are 66 (66.22)
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