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Lots of thanks (and cookies) to the following people: @White Owl, @MK3424, @xXIndestructibleEVAXx - for giving the mod a name. @BahamutoD, angavrilov, SilverFox, darklight - for helping me getting started with KSP modding and answering lots of dumb questions. @MK3424, @Unknown Venom - for helping me test my mod and becoming friends @Heretic391 - for creating a video featuring my mod @whale_2 - for contributing and maintaining the mod Virindi-AC - for fixing lots of bugs dkavolis - for cleaning up the code Please leave comments on your experience! Donate If you like this mod and you want to show your support, you can safely donate via Paypal and make me a happy developer. Description Momentum and Rotation in KSP are quite unrealistic and don't meet the needs of most players. So I have created this mod, with many features to make this aspect of the game better! PersistentRotation by heretic391 Beginners guide on GitHub wiki Feature Trailer on YouTube [deprecated] Feature List - Persistence of Momentum through timewarping and restarts. - Momentum Autopilot, keeping your vessel at fixed RPM. - Non-physical spin simulation when vessel is warping or unloaded. - Reference Rotation in both realtime and timewarp, 100% persistent.* - Slight spin for every Asteroid per default. - Simple & intuitive GUI supporting both Stock and Blizzy's Toolbar. License: GNU General Public License v3 Download Download PersistentRotation via CKAN and keep it up to date! or download it directly: PersistentRotation on SpaceDock GitHub Releases Manual Installation To install, just extract the .zip file and put the contents of the included GameData folder into your KSP/GameData folder. Warning: Do not copy old cfg files over to a newer version of PersistentRotation! It is not backwards compatible and doing so could result in errors! GitHub GitHub Repository Changelog: 1.8.6 - Updated for KSP 1.8 - Minor corrections Older Versions: Known issues & requests: See GitHub Issue Tracker