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  1. So I've run into a strange bug. I'm on unmodded KSP Career mode and got a rescue mission. The title says 'Rescue Jebediah from orbit of Kerbin' Already strange, since this is my first rescue mission on this save and Jebediah is alive and well. I click to see more details to find the white boldened text again mentions Jebediah, but the task list contains 'Save Desby Kerman' and 'Recover Desby Kernan on Kerbin' The biggest issue is, no ship even appears in the tracking station! I have tracking ships turned on (as well as all other tracking options just to be safe) but nothing. At first I thought I needed to upgrade my tracking station, but pretty sure that's not a thing and that didn't work anyways. I don't like cancelling missions, or even declining them for that matter. Is there any way I can get around this? Attached an image of my mission below: https://imgur.com/a/g83PS8D
  2. Pretty self explanatory. Here you can share some of your own custom mission flags if you want to. Here are mine: Feel free to use them if you feel so.
  3. 「ミッションビルダー」仕様に生まれ変わりました!さらに Steamワークショップ にも対応! 参加には ダウンロードコンテンツ「Making History Expansion」が必要です。 日本コミュニティでの第一回ミッションは「僕の私のSSTO-軽量機部門-」! 自慢のSSTO(Single-Stage-to-Orbit:単段式宇宙往還機)で宇宙へ飛び立とう! ミッション内容は「軽量SSTOで宇宙ステーションにドッキング」です SSTOとは、いかなる部品(ブースター、エンジン、燃料タンク等)も切り離さずに、単独で離陸→大気圏突破→軌道投入→再突入→着陸、が出来る再利用型機体です。 あなたが設計したSSTOでこのミッションに挑戦して、画像や動画をシェアしよう! 準備の準備 ミッション報告には公式フォーラムのアカウントが必要なので、まずは↓で登録を済ませよう! 準備 Steamユーザー以外 : ここから「Mission-僕の私のSSTO-軽量機部門- JP-1.zip」をダウンロード(右上にある↓矢印マーク)。 Steamユーザー : Steamアプリから 僕の私のSSTO-軽量機部門- JP-1 をサブスクライブして、手順4に進んでください。 ダウンロードしたzipファイルは"解凍せずに"そのままKSPのインストールフォルダ内の「Missions」フォルダに移動しましょう。 ※Steamの場合は「\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Kerbal Space Program\Missions」です。 KSPを起動して「ミッションをプレイする」をクリックすると、ミッションが自動的にインポートされます。 他のセーブデータの機体を使用するには、他のセーブデータの「.craft」ファイルを、ミッションフォルダ内の「Ships」フォルダにコピーしてください。 ミッション一覧から「僕の私のSSTO-軽量機部門- JP-1」を選べばミッションスタートです。ヴェルナーさんとジーンさんと一緒にミッションを完遂しましょう! ミッション カービンから打ち上げ/離陸する。 機体をカービンの楕円軌道に投入する。 上空15万mの軌道にある宇宙ステーションにドッキングする。 カービンに無事に着陸する。 ルール 機体には1人以上のカーバルが搭乗できること。 機体重量は30t以内であること。 ドッキングポートを装備すること(大中小どれでもOK)。 禁止MOD HyperEdit VesselMover 使用可能MOD 景観MODは使用可能。 MODパーツは使用可能。(ただしゲームパランスを著しく崩すものは不可) MechJebは使用可能。(ただし使用した場合は「MechJebを使用」と書いて投稿してください) フォーラムに投稿 上の「ミッション」の4場面のスクリーンショットまたは動画を投稿しよう。 4枚以上の画像を張り付けるときはフォーム内の「Spoiler」(後述)を使おう スクリーンショット撮影の仕方、投稿の仕方は下を見てね。 スクリーンショット/動画の撮影 F1キーでスクリーンショットが撮影され、KSPインストールフォルダ内の「Screenshots」フォルダに保存されます。 F2キーでUIの表示/非表示が切り替わるので、機体と風景だけの撮影が可能です。 動画はグラフィックボードの機能やアプリ(ロイロゲームレコーダーなど)を使って撮影しましょう。 投稿 スレッドの下にある「Reply to this topic…」フォームに投稿内容を記入して、右下の「Submit Reply」で投稿しよう。 画像は、一旦アップローダー(Imgur、Twitterなど)にアップロードしてから、その画像の拡張子を含むURL、Twitterならツイートへのリンクを貼り付けよう。 動画は、Youtubeにアップロードして、その動画のURLを貼り付けよう。 画像が沢山あるときは、フォーム上のツールバーにある「Spoiler(目のマーク)」を使って、折りたたみ式のパネルに貼り付けよう。 参考資料 SSTOなんて設計したことないよ!と言う人は、@Meila さんによるSSTO設計の手引を見てみよう! その他 開催期間は無期限です。 参加賞としてミッションパッチ/フラッグをプレゼント! 複数作品の投稿もOK!自慢のSSTOでぜひ参加してね! それでは楽しい宇宙旅行を!
  4. I have recently improved my Saturn V replica, and conducted a mock mission of Apollo 11 to the Moon (Mun) in KSP, using real NASA Audio. Its made with a 100% stock parts and looks as realistic as I could make it with the help of fairings. I felt it appropriate as the Apollo 11 anniversary is soon coming up. Check out the video: If you want the craft file I have it on Curse.com: https://mods.curse.com/shareables/kerbal/245459-stock-saturn-v Here are some pictures I recorded the video and took these screenshots with the following visual mods (they are pretty good):
  5. *Edit: I will list each chapter as it is available below. ALWAYS download from this post to ensure you use the most up-to-date version* Chapter 1 DXX Download Chapter 2 Download DDX Chapter 3 Download DDX Chapter 4 Download Beta Note: Chapters marked with DX are final and have been played by others and cleaned up of any glitches, errors, or generally broken bits. ------------------------------ Hey all, I've been browsing the forums and it looks like this is a pretty good place to share missions and mission ideas for Making History? I got the DLC day one and have been playing around with the editor ever since. It's powerful, but a bit tricky. That being said, I'm trying to formulate some cool ideas for unique missions and wanted to get your thoughts. I'm a writer by day and love sharing stories. Instead of just doing recreations or one-off missions I thought it would be cool to do a very narrative-driven set of missions that follow each other logically. For example, if you download and play mission 4 and finish it, when you start 5 everything would be in the same place you left it for a bit of continuity. I'm just curious if any of you would be interested in Kerbal missions with a lot of text and story based narrative (that is funny, don't worry) and a mini novel-like approach to missions with each one named with a chapter number in it. The story would follow Jeb from his first day after graduating the Kerbal Space Academy and a rather mundane mission, eventually leading to more elaborate missions exploring the solar system. My first test mission is almost finished and I will upload it here in the coming days for a quick example if anyone wants to see what I mean. I'm still trying to learn everything well enough to actually tell a story though. Thanks everyone! PS-here's Jeb leaving the academy and being swarmed by fans.
  6. Orbital Photography INC. Mission Report 1. Classified KSC Document Due to recent difficulties on deciding on a budget, all Kerbal government programs were under review. Inspectors were been sent to the KSC and worked on compiling a list of pros and cons. Cons: Irresponsible Management "It would look cool" being confused with "let's do it" Pushback from Kerbal Rights groups for workplace safety violations Pros: (Still working on this) In a final attempt to rescue the Space Program Gene Kerman decided that a series of photos from space would convince Kerbalkind that their missions are not futile. However, due to lack of funding the contract was given to the lowest bidders: Orbital Photography INC. (According to some rumors they were actually three friends with little photography experience just wanting to go to space. Disregard these no matter how much they reflect reality.) The first mission was meant to introduce the crew to spaceflight, as well as allow the to calibrate their cameras. In this picture taken just before the launch of the first mission Theogel, head engineer, photographer and president of OPI, Lanfied, assistant photographer and engineer, and Franzon, head of technology posed in front of the hastily built ship, with their pilot Jebediah. The spaceship, unlike many though, made it off the ground without much difficulty. Staging was also successful. However, in the process of making a craft so quickly a few key features were overlooked. One such feature being stability and in the middle of the flight Jeb lost control of the craft and it flipped. The craft was righted in time and parachutes were deployed. However, in the standard careless style of the KSC that lead to this situation in the first place another craft was ready on the pad by the time the krew returned, this time with more fins. Launch proceeded nominally, as did booster separation. However, they decided that, as this was their second launch it would be smart to begin testing their camera equipment, and before mission control could threaten them with termination of contract they had exited the capsule. Their tests complete they prepared to descend. While this mission succeeded after some initial failure the Space program was still far from receiving the extra funding they needed.
  7. So today I built a delta iv heavy-like craft and sent a kerbal to eve's moon gilly. Where can you take it? (Download it, then show me!) Delta IV (Heavy): https://kerbalx.com/JohnsterSpaceProgram/Delta-IV-Heavy Here are some images of what I did with it: Nothing in the fairings yet, lets put a gilly lander! This should be succificient, its a ion engine/liquid fuel engine craft, with room for 1 kerbal On the launchpad, ready to launch After booster separation, when the central fuel tank is refilled Many days later... Approaching Eve Now I prepared to do the Eve Orbit Insertion Burn, which is shown below And lastly, here are some images of gilly after arriving at it What can you do with it, post images or tell me below!
  8. Hello! Johnster here again, with a new post about career mode, this time, its about my mission I did to minmus and back! So, after a successful launch, I did a burn for the minmus flyby (I decided to flyby at a distance of about 30,000 m so I would get lots of science) the first images you see are after the burn as kerbin got smaller and minmus got larger. First look at Minmus, from 28,367 K from Kerbin. (Its still pretty small, only slightly larger than a dot) Now I am at about 37,390 K from Kerbin, it has grown even smaller, and minmus is getting a little larger. The next 2 images, from 42,203 and 44,654 K from Kerbin, show the progression of Minmus's size from the spacecraft as it approaches it Finally doing what I came to minmus in career mode to do, get science! (First, I am getting some high space minmus science, then when I am a lot closer, low space minmus science) After doing that science, I decided to do my first minmus EVA spacewalk, from around 500,000 m away. (Its high space minmus spacewalk) Now I am getting really close to minmus, as I prepare for a second minmus EVA spacewalk and low space science. At this distance, I can start to see higher resolution detail in minmus than in the previous image Closest Approach To Minmus! Now that the spacecraft is at its closest approach to minmus, I collected some low space science, and did my 2nd EVA Spacewalk. Leaving Minmus. After that, here are some images of the spacecraft leaving minmus and the 3rd and final EVA spacewalk. Back To Kerbin and Landing. These Final Images Show The Spacecraft Approaching Kerbin, and splashing down, putting an end to the successful mission. And that brings an end to this post about the mission. If you have any tips or ideas for me, tell them below!
  9. Hello All, New to this forum and would like to suggest a challenge. So, I looked for videos of anyone that has landed on the Mun on the default "To the Mun" training/mission and couldn't find any! (share link if you know one)This one guy tried it and successfully got to the Mun but exploded on landing,... as have I multiple times now. Now, the mission may seem like quite a simple one to the more advanced players,... and it might well be. But i think maneuvering with limited fuel for the landing might present an added challenge. It could also be a great contribution for novices like me to learn from, and for the person who does it, to flaunt their awesome skills and be hailed as a hero by the community for their awesome accomplishment So without further ado, I challenge anyone to: Land the Landing Module on the default "To the Mun - Part 1" training/mission, and post a link to the video on this thread God speed and good luck!
  10. Considering creating a new KSP channel and would like suggestions for a first mission Thanks!
  11. ミッション&フォトコンテスト企画 「小惑星おつかい計画」 参加には ダウンロードコンテンツ「Making History Expansion」が必要です。 日本コミュニティでの第4回ミッションは「小惑星おつかい計画」! 今回のミッションは、カービンの軌道上から始まります。 爪(グラビングユニット)を装備した宇宙船を設計して、小惑星の運搬を成功させよう! このミッションにはスコアはありません、アイデアと機体と技術によるエキシビジョンです。 準備の準備 ミッション報告には公式フォーラムのアカウントが必要なので、まずは↓で登録を済ませよう! 準備 Steamユーザー : Steamアプリから 小惑星おつかい計画 JP-4 をサブスクライブして、手順5に進んでください。 上記以外 : ここから「Mission-小惑星おつかい計画 JP-4.zip」をダウンロード(右上にある↓矢印マーク)。 ダウンロードしたzipファイルは"解凍せずに"そのままKSPのインストールフォルダ内の「Missions」フォルダに移動しましょう。 ※Steamの場合は「\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Kerbal Space Program\Missions」です。 KSPを起動して「ミッションをプレイする」をクリックすると、ミッションが自動的にインポートされます。 他のセーブデータの機体を使用するには、他のセーブデータの「.craft」ファイルを、ミッションフォルダ内の「Ships」フォルダにコピーしてください。 ミッション一覧から「小惑星おつかい計画 JP-4」を選べばミッションスタートです。ジーンさんと一緒にミッションを完遂しましょう! ミッション 爪(グラビングユニット)を搭載し、カーバルが搭乗可能な宇宙船を設計する。 打ち上げ用の装備は必要なし。(ミッションはカービンの軌道上から始まる。) 軌道上に浮かぶクラスAからクラスEまでの小惑星の1つを捕獲する。 ゴールの宇宙船まで小惑星を輸送する。 ゴールの宇宙船で小惑星から鉱石を採掘する。 ルール 機体には1人以上のカーバルが搭乗すること。 小惑星の輸送にはグラビングユニットを使用すること。 掴んだ小惑星はゴールまで手放さないこと。 ゴールの宇宙船の操縦は、1km圏内に近づいた後で行うこと。 禁止MOD MODパーツは禁止。 MechJeb、HyperEdit、その他、難易度を著しく下げるMODは禁止。 使用可能MOD 景観MODは使用可能。 フォーラムに投稿 少なくとも上の「ミッション」に記載されている1,3,4,5のスクリーンショットを撮影する。 スクリーンショットだけではなく、画像の編集や動画の投稿も可能。 4枚以上の画像を張り付けるときはフォーム内の「Spoiler」(後述)を使おう。 スクリーンショット撮影の仕方、投稿の仕方は下を見てね。 スクリーンショット/動画の撮影 F1キーでスクリーンショットが撮影され、KSPインストールフォルダ内の「Screenshots」フォルダに保存されます。 F2キーでUIの表示/非表示が切り替わるので、機体と風景だけの撮影が可能です。 動画はグラフィックボードの機能やアプリ(ロイロゲームレコーダーなど)を使って撮影しましょう。 投稿 スレッドの下にある「Reply to this topic…」フォームに投稿内容を記入して、右下の「Submit Reply」で投稿しよう。 画像は、一旦アップローダー(Imgur、Twitterなど)にアップロードしてから、その画像の拡張子を含むURL、Twitterならツイートへのリンクを貼り付けよう。 動画は、Youtubeにアップロードして、その動画のURLを貼り付けよう。 画像が沢山あるときは、フォーム上のツールバーにある「Spoiler(目のマーク)」を使って、折りたたみ式のパネルに貼り付けよう。 その他 開催期間は無期限です。 Twitter 複数作品の投稿もOK!腕自慢もウケ狙いもあなた次第、ぜひ参加してね! それでは楽しい宇宙旅行を!
  12. Hello, I have placed a lot of relay networks around the Kerbin system but I would like to move them all above my current missions in the tracking station instead of the sporadic placement of them in between my other missions (e.g. my space station). Is that possible?
  13. Story: Jeb forgot his Key Card for the KSC (again!) and Gene is about to fire him! Get Jeb's Key Card from the Island Runway and hurry back to the VAB Roof. Summary: - fly to the island runway - land - get out and pick up your Key card - fly back to KSC - parachute onto the VAB roof and run to the door sounds easy? true but HOW FAST CAN YOU DO IT? Can you do it in less than 3 minutes? DOWNLOAD v1.1: <HERE> CHANGELOG: 1.1 - you have to EVA and get close to CoolCat Kerman on the Island Runway now (getting close within a craft isn't enough anymore) - Kerbal Recovery removed as endgoal - parachute to VAB roof door as endgoal added
  14. 参加には ダウンロードコンテンツ「Making History Expansion」が必要です。 日本コミュニティでの第3回ミッションは「鳥みどりんコンテスト」! セプラトロン4基で、果たしてカーバルはどこまで飛行できるのか!滑空技術でカービンの果てを目指そう! ミッション内容は「滑空機でVAB屋上からスタートして遠くまで飛ぼう」です このコンテストでは、「滑空距離」と「滞空時間」からスコアを算出しています 準備の準備 ミッション報告には公式フォーラムのアカウントが必要なので、まずは↓で登録を済ませよう! 準備 Steamユーザー以外 : ここから「Mission-鳥みどりんコンテスト JP-3.zip」をダウンロード(右上にある↓矢印マーク)。 Steamユーザー : Steamアプリから 鳥みどりんコンテスト JP-3 をサブスクライブして、手順4に進んでください。 ダウンロードしたzipファイルは"解凍せずに"そのままKSPのインストールフォルダ内の「Missions」フォルダに移動しましょう。 ※Steamの場合は「\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Kerbal Space Program\Missions」です。 KSPを起動して「ミッションをプレイする」をクリックすると、ミッションが自動的にインポートされます。 他のセーブデータの機体を使用するには、他のセーブデータの「.craft」ファイルを、ミッションフォルダ内の「Ships」フォルダにコピーしてください。 ミッション一覧から「鳥みどりんコンテスト JP3」を選べばミッションスタートです。ヴェルナーさんとジーンさんと一緒にミッションを完遂しましょう! ミッション 滑空機を設定する。 VAB屋上にいるジェブ君かヴァレンティナさんのどちらか(両方でも可)を機体に乗せる。 ブレーキを解除して、セプラトロンに点火したら競技開始。 着地/着水してスコアを確認する。 ルール 滑空機には1人以上のカーバルが搭乗できること。 搭載するセプラトロンはで4基までとする。 カーバルが携行しているパラシュートは使用不可。 着地/着水までカーバルはコマンドシートから離れないこと。 ※着地の衝撃で落ちるのは大丈夫 禁止MOD MODパーツは禁止。 使用可能MOD 景観MODは使用可能。 フォーラムに投稿 上の「ミッション」の4場面のスクリーンショットまたは動画を投稿しよう。 セプラトロンの搭載数がわかる画像も投稿してください。 4枚以上の画像を張り付けるときはフォーム内の「Spoiler」(後述)を使おう スクリーンショット撮影の仕方、投稿の仕方は下を見てね。 スクリーンショット/動画の撮影 F1キーでスクリーンショットが撮影され、KSPインストールフォルダ内の「Screenshots」フォルダに保存されます。 F2キーでUIの表示/非表示が切り替わるので、機体と風景だけの撮影が可能です。 動画はグラフィックボードの機能やアプリ(ロイロゲームレコーダーなど)を使って撮影しましょう。 投稿 スレッドの下にある「Reply to this topic…」フォームに投稿内容を記入して、右下の「Submit Reply」で投稿しよう。 画像は、一旦アップローダー(Imgur、Twitterなど)にアップロードしてから、その画像の拡張子を含むURL、Twitterならツイートへのリンクを貼り付けよう。 動画は、Youtubeにアップロードして、その動画のURLを貼り付けよう。 画像が沢山あるときは、フォーム上のツールバーにある「Spoiler(目のマーク)」を使って、折りたたみ式のパネルに貼り付けよう。 その他 開催期間は無期限です。 参加賞としてミッションパッチ/フラッグをプレゼント! 複数作品の投稿もOK!腕自慢もウケ狙いもあなた次第、ぜひ参加してね! それでは楽しい宇宙旅行を!
  15. Comrades, it's time to join the space race. The N1 stands ready. Let's land on the Mun and show all of Kerbin what we can achieve. https://www.dropbox.com/s/udod72znlzzcgbc/Mission-N1-L3 Mun Landing.zip?dl=0 Admittedly, this is my first mission, so I tried to keep it as simple as possible to avoid mishaps. I hope it will be enjoyable.
  16. This is the record of my first official Joolian mission and the craft, infrastructure, and various steps to make that a reality. I'm not sure if this will be an actual "Jool 5" attempt, although we'll see as it progresses. Mission Goals Design, build, and implement comprehensive space-faring infrastructure to facilitate a kerbaled mission to Jool and its moons Complete the process for the next Joolian transfer window within 1 Year, 96 Days, 4 Hours (Transfer window is Year 2, Day 245) Document key moments in the process via screenshots, specifically milestone achievements, main spacecraft, and orbital infrastructure Mission Objectives Create large-scale space stations, massive transfer vehicle, smaller spacecraft (landers, etc.), and other probes to support the overall mission The mission must travel as a single craft: the Zeus Transfer Vehicle ('ZTV' or 'Zeus'). This will include smaller payloads (craft, satellites, escape pods) all combined into a single launch towards Jool Construction of modules and sub-components for the Zeus must be completed in orbit (more efficient, based on early testing) using RPs manufactured in orbit from metal also processed in orbit. Ore will be ferried to orbit from Kerbin and/or extracted from other local bodies (Minmus, asteroids, etc.) Narrative Elements This mission report will be primarily first person, not really a "role playing" or storytelling document for the parts & pieces of the mission. That said, I hope to communicate with some degree of gravitas the different stages of the evolution of the history of space flight that leads up to the Joolian Mission. Here are some parts of the narrative that I'll document that have inspired our kerbals to undertake the Joolian Mission: First steps into space: "Spirit of Jebediah" spacecraft, first Munar mission Evolution of spaceflight: Mk3 Shuttle Program Vision for Jool: Construction of the 'Olympus' Orbital Facility Early Space-faring Infrastructure: 'The Foundry' Orbital Manufacturing Platform, Minmus Survey Mission Secret Missions and Skunkworks projects from the infamous Helmut Von Kerman (Werner's "evil" twin brother) Gameplay Rules I thought I'd put some thought into basic rules of gameplay that I'll try to follow in this mission. These of course are subject to change (and ignoring if necessary!). HyperEdit shall be used for testing purposes and whenever the Kraken/physics-easing makes things too ridiculous (i.e. if I don't want to re-design) Case in point: Olympus was actually HE'd into orbit after literally 10 attempts to lift off with at least 8 unplanned disassemblies. None successful. All parts mods and other functionality are acceptable (obv). But I'm not using any physics-changing mods or solar system-changing mods, other than OPM. Ore for refining can't come from the VAB via new launches. Since Foundry & Olympus both launched with ore, I'm considering dumping them to recreate the need to fill them. Additional missions for support craft, such as more Mk3 shuttles, additional satellites in the Kerbin system, or unkerballed probes to Jool will be launched from KSC. Larger craft or infrastructure, including material transport ships and ore mining platforms should be built from Foundry. I may do trial-run missions in an "alternate reality", i.e. save games that move forward in time but aren't going to be part of the "prime timeline" (my main save). Case in point: My Joolian Probe test missions are going beyond Year 5 to work out orbital injection, etc. and test spacecraft design. I don't want my other infrastructure sitting around in the meantime, so I'm using alternate saves. [Will add more if I think of them] Special Thanks! Awesome flag artwork by @cratercracker Excellent advice and support: @B-STRK, @Geschosskopf
  17. せっかく作ったミッションはシェアしないとね! ここは、KSPの拡張パック「Making History Expansion」で追加された機能「Mission Builder」で自作したミッション(のzipファイル)を公開したりダウンロードしたりする場所です。 ↓参考↓ 日本コミュニティミッション 世界のミッション投稿所(英語) https://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/forum/98-making-history-missions/ ↓ミッションのエクスポートとインポート方法↓ ミッションをエクスポート!(表示するにはこの下にある「Reveal hidden contents」を開いてね。) ミッションをインポート!(表示するにはこの下にある「Reveal hidden contents」を開いてね。)
  18. "Wait... where's Bob?" "Didn't you check on him?" "Hey, I thought YOU checked on him!" The words echoed ominously through the crew cabin of Duna I, the first crewed mission to the red planet. After an initial stop on Ike, the crew prepared to descend to the surface of Duna itself. Jeb, Bill, and Val strapped into the command pod, while Bob took a nap in the crew module. ...Or so they thought. Turns out he was so excited he just had to step out and get just one more rock sample, unbeknownst to his crewmates, who took off and left him behind as they landed on Duna. Now they're in a pickle. They don't have enough dV to land on Ike again and then go home. Somehow... Bob has to get to them, without a ship, using only his EVA thrusters. He's got limited air in his suit, so there's no time to lose! Your mission: Bring Bob to the Duna I, board it, and get them all safely to low Duna orbit in preparation for the trip home. Download Notes Starting conditions The mission begins with Bob on Ike, while the Duna I is parked on Duna's surface. Duna I only has enough fuel to get to orbit-- not to land on Ike again. Bob has enough EVA propellant that he can fly himself from Ike's surface to Duna's. Objectives Bob has to board Duna I within 4 hours of mission start, or he runs out of air and you fail. After boarding, you need to get Duna I to low Duna orbit with at least 140 units of fuel remaining. Strategy It's a kind of "reentry golf": the challenge is to eject from Ike so that you land on Duna reasonably close to Duna I. Your EVA chute gives you a few kilometers of maneuvering room, once you hit atmosphere. If you end up landing a bit too far to walk... there's a rover parked next to Duna I, which you can use to go retrieve Bob. Scoring None. The mission's a pass/fail. Either you make it, or you don't. Would have loved to add bonus scores for various things (e.g. extra points if you land close to Duna I, penalty if you use the rover, etc.), except that the mission builder has virtually no nodes available for tracking an EVA kerbal's actions. "Board vessel" is basically all they have. Achievements (These are informal, not actually modeled as a score in-game because the mission builder doesn't have the right nodes for it. Just my suggestions for things to challenge yourself with. Sorry, due to lack of artistic talent I don't have any "badges" to offer.) Get It Done, Level 1: Just complete the mission successfully. Get It Done, Level 2: Complete the mission without needing to use the rover (i.e. land close enough that you can walk to the ship before time runs out). Get It Done, Level 3: Land within 100 meters of Duna I. Hole in One: Glide down and grab on to the Duna I ladder without actually touching the ground. I've never managed this myself yet, so I don't actually know that it's possible. It might not be; for one thing, stall speed for an EVA parachute at Duna I is around 10 m/s, which I expect will be... problematic. If you do manage to pull it off, though, please let us know! Bragging rights to the first person who manages it. Orbital Rendezvous: Instead of sending Bob down to the surface, send him into low Duna orbit. Then launch Duna I to rendezvous with him there. I've never done this myself, but I believe it to be possible. It'll be very tricky, because you have very little propellant left by the time you get to Duna, meaning that you'd need to aerobrake just right. And you'd better rendezvous on the first pass, because you'll be in danger of passing the four-hour time limit. If you pull this off, please let us know! Bragging rights to the first person who manages it.
  19. Welcome to my third mission report! As for the first two, one save got eaten by the Kraken(Speaking of Krakens, liking your Mission Reports @Alpha 360!), and the second one got its mods eaten and I gave up on trying to resurrect it. Links to these are here if you want to see my old work: The My Space Program Thread, the first mission report I did, and the second one, a 2.5x playthrough. Please don't post in these threads, they are old and discontinued. Hopefully, the third time is the charm! Also, this one will have a bit of a storyline. This S.A.V.E (Thanks @Parkaboy, I also need to catch up on Plan Kappa, although I haven't seen it in a while.) is in Sandbox mode, in the stock star system, lightly modded. The mods I have are... goes and checks GameData folder... BetterBurnTime, and BetterCrewAssingment, by @Snark, MechJeb, the Making History DLC, and Kerbal Alarm Clock by @TriggerAu (right?). I will be doing a Jool 5 mission, although I doubt that I will be able to keep my readers strung along for as long before getting to Jool as @Kuzzter did(I'm actually caught up on that, eagerly awaiting more!). I will also be doing in-depth missions to Laythe and Duna(Sort of like @Brotoro's, if you've read them; if you haven't I highly suggest reading them, they are wonderful!). I will also be establishing bases on the Mun and Minmus. Don't expect my story to be as good as @Just Jim's(I need to catch up on Emkio Station too.), but hopefully, it will be good enough. Project Voyager: Jool 5 Mission. Mothership launch. I have surprisingly few pictures of the launch of the mothership, these are the only ones. The launch of the Val/Pol/Bop lander: Intrepid. The pictures of the launch have disappeared. Valentina Kerman: "Mission Control, this is Intrepid." Docking successful." "We'll float through the hatch and join the boys. Mission Control(CAPCOM): "Roger Interpid, have fun." Well, 4/5 of the crew are partying in orbit, let's see the ship designs, and figure out who the last 1/5 of the crew is. Tylo Lander "Nut" in the VAB. Stats: Stage 2: 3953m/s of Vacum DeltaV, 2.30 Tylo Local TWR. Stage 1: 3148m/s of Vacum DeltaV, 5.09 Tylo Local TWR. Crew Capacity: 2 Kerbals. Laythe Lander "Dawn": Stats: Stage 1(0) 3975m/s Vacum DeltaV, Laythe SLT 2.17. Crew Capacity: 2 Kerbals. Vall/Pol/Bop Lander "Intrepid": Stats: Stage 1(0): 4058m/s Vacum DeltaV, 4.70 Vall TWR. Crew Capacity: 2 Kerbals. Vall has the heaviest gravity of the three moons, so the TWR's for the other moons are higher. Mothership: K.S.S. Eagle: Stats: 10703m/s Vacum DeltaV, without landers, with tugs. Crew capacity: 10. Writing this I just realized that those "tugs" on the docking ports lack RCS thrusters, which means that the other landers will have to have their transfer stages dock them too. Also, the vacuum TWR without landers is 0.77. Let's meet the other crewmember. Linser Kerman, a scientist. Well, I'm off to play the game. I feel like I wanted to say more, but I can't remember it.
  20. ミッションを企画・開催しよう! KSP1.4の拡張パック「Making History Expansion」で「ミッションビルダー」という機能が実装されました。 これは、いわば「KSPツクール」ともいえるもので、こんな機体を作ろう!この星を目指そう!この場所に着陸しよう!といった指令を組み合わせて、簡単な遊びから本格的な宇宙開発ミッションの立案まで可能な、奥深い機能です。 KSP1.4.3現在ではまだ日本語の表現がおかしかったり、バグがあったりしますが、面白いミッションを思いついたらぜひ作成したり、提案してくださいね。 ↓参考↓ 日本コミュニティミッション 世界のミッション投稿所(英語) https://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/forum/98-making-history-missions/
  21. I've been playing with the missions built in to Making History, and while some of them are fun challenges, the whole mess is filled with problems. The big one is that on two occasions I've encountered sudden out-of-nowhere "FAILURE" messages just before succeeding in the final mission objective. • Munar 1: I designed an excellent replica of the Saturn V, flew it all the way to Mun, landed my LEM, re-orbited the top half, docked with the Command Module, transferred crew, flew the Command Module back to Kerbin, started re-entry, disconnected from the Service Module, and everything seemed to be going fine, when suddenly FAILURE pops up out of nowhere. I closed the message, continued airbraking, deployed parachutes, and landed safely. Why the sudden FAILURE? My only guess is that the no-longer-needed Service Module (not even part of my vessel anymore) had just blown up from re-entry heat, and the program thought "oh wait, a required part has just blown up! FAILURE!" • Acapello 13: orbited Kerbin, went to the Mun in spite of the setbacks, landed Jeb in the lander, got Jeb back into the Command Module, returned to Kerbin atmosphere, got the "oh noes your parachutes have failed and you'll have to bail out and use personal parachutes" message, had all three of the crew bail out and deploy personal parachutes... and then suddenly got an "I told you you should've bailed out!" message from Gene Kerman and the FAILURE message out of nowhere. Again, I closed the FAILURE message and continued playing... Valentina (the one I was controlling at the moment) landed safely; the other two kerbals seem to have vanished into thin air (in spite of their parachutes having already been deployed); the crew capsule, ironically, made it to the ground completely undamaged! And yet FAILURE anyway. No clue why. I've also been having problems with the Service Module part that is required to be used in the Munar 1 mission. I loaded it up with fuel tanks (of the 1.25m variety), and discovered when I reached the appropriate stage that they weren't feeding fuel to the engine (connected directly to said Service Module) at all. I started over, discovered that the tanks were attached to the ceiling of the SM, and tried attaching them to the floor of the SM instead--the "fuel overlay" view confirmed that they should both be feeding fuel to the engine. When I actually flew it, though, only half of the tanks (either just left side or just right side; I forget) fed fuel to the engine; the other half remained full and untouched throughout the entire mission--and untouchable, too, since apparently the "transfer fuel from one tank to another" ability has been disabled?? By some miracle of engineering and the Tsiolkovsky equation I made it back to Kerbin anyway, but, well, FAILURE; see above. I hate to complain here, because KSP is such an amazing product and as a physics teacher I get so much use out of it both personally and professionally... but I'm getting really tired of these bugs. I'd expect to see this sort of problem in a hastily assembled mod, not purchased DLC that was in development for so long.
  22. I am currently working on a complex mission. I want to check if a certain Kerbal has entered a specific part of my vessel. However, as soon as I switch to that vessel, the node is triggered automatically, no matter where the Kerbal is. I have no idea how to fix this. Help? EDIT: if I add a "Kerbal boarded" check beforehand it works correctly. But this is not possible in the mission scenario I have planned. It would make no sense to EVA and board just to correctly transfer the Kerbal to its correct capsule.
  23. KSP 1.4.1 and Making History on Windows 10, 64 Bit: and Linux Mint 18.3 x86_64 So I started the first of the MH missions, "Dawn of the Space Age" and built the first rocket, launched it and so on. Then I quit the game, started it again and wanted to continue the mission where I left. Unfortunately, this will not work and you are placed in map view with a focus around the "sun" (shouldn't that be Kerbol?) and the date suddenly is: Year 999, Day 499 - 05:59:59. Also there is no way to access the menu in order to leave map view (e.g. select Tracking Station or Space Center).
  24. It is now Val's turn in the pilot rotation. Her mission has been classified Top Secret. Kerbodyne has designed a new ISRU that will speed ore conversion by 300%; without an engineer. She is to travel to the low-g world of Gilly to test the new converter. The mission is straight-forward and confidence is high. Safety risks are minimal. Mission is considered to be routine. The stage is set. Take Val to Gilly, land, drop your drills, and test the new converter. What could possibly go wrong? https://drive.google.com/open?id=1dHFY9n-rVrXEAV7lfJX8DVfIaKPlcEJ7 This is my first mission, and I've been working on it for awhile (mostly testing). Some of the functionality in the Mission Builder is not quite right yet, so I couldn't do everything I wanted; and had to find some workarounds for others. Overall, it turned out pretty well, I think. I used creator-built vessels to help expedite things. The mission is somewhat difficult in a couple of places, so I thought it would help speed things along if you didn't need to spend time in the VAB working on your design. Also, I thought it might be fun to fly somebody else's ship (something I've yet to do; gonna start delving into other people's missions now that mine is complete). Anyway, I hope you guys dig it. Any questions or comments are welcome. And any feedback (either good or bad) would be appreciated. As I said, it's my first mission, so I'm eager to improve however I can. Thanks, Cpt Kerbalcrunch
  25. This is a simple mission designed around doing a free-return trajectory with the Mun, with a few tips to guide them along. See if you can get to low Mun space and low Kerbin space with no maneuvers from when you reach the Mun's SOI onwards! I suspect there's something wrong with the mission logic somewhere, but I figure that it'll only be discovered by getting it out and tested. Download link For those having trouble with maneuver placement etc., here is a hint at what a good free-return node looks like: https://imgur.com/uGcr9QC
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