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  1. This is the 31st Issue of the weekly kerman newspaper you can find the notes on reddit r/TheWeeklyKerman
  2. A place to discuss your likes and dislikes from both papers (Papers can be found at r/TheWeeklyKerman and r/KerbinToday)
  3. Link Welcome to Kerbal Powers, over two years and counting. A game designed to allow you your own little slice of the Kerbol System where you can create a nation, organisation, or private entity in the small system. Many members are experienced with these roleplays and can assist new players get themselves integrated into the game as well as be active members in the game. Our play on the RP premise is based on an RP first method of gameplay with a strong KSP building ethos to back that up, we operate with a pre-approved modpack. The game runs at a slower pace, around a sc
  4. Hey Kerbalnauts! We've got some exciting news. We need your help in creating videos that commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon mission! We'll be creating two videos; one to commemorate the launch of the Saturn V rocket and a second video to commemorate the landing of Lunar Module Eagle on the Moon. Each of these videos will predominantly be made up of in-game footage video submissions sent in by all of you! Your creativity and dedication as KSP players has been a great contribution in expanding interest and passion for space travel, and we want to showcase your amazi
  5. Kerbal Powers a political roleplay game set on Kerbin Note to anybody who thinks that this contradicts the anti-RP rule: I have asked @Vanamonde whether I am allowed to recruit on the forum, and he permitted me to do so. No actual roleplaying is permitted to occur on this forum or specifically in this thread. Violations of this rule will lead to moderation actions. Kerbal Powers is a Reddit-based roleplaying community that bears many resemblances to the classic forum roleplay of KSP’s early era (and is frequented by many veterans). Nevertheless, we are also open to
  6. I watched @Matt Lowne's Hard Mode submission for the Reddit Roads to Duna challenge and wondered if I could do the same thing with a space plane. And not just launching the same space plane five times, but launching that thing once, and servicing it at each landing. Channeling my inner @Cupcake..., I came up with this. I'm still uploading as I post this and I have two copyright disputes to submit, so please bear with any delays. Matt's the trail blazer though; the module design is almost all his. But think about what that crew has to do each time you hit that Launch button.
  7. So the Reddit for KSP isn't an official thing from what I've quickly searched, but weekly challenges appear there and there was one that caught my attention. I an not a Reddit member and don't wish to be, though I'd still like to submit Reddit challenge responses to here. Would it make more sense to post such things to Challenges or to Mission Reports? I figured Mission Reports made more sense since they aren't forum challenges, but maybe folks already post Reddit challenge responses to Challenges here.
  8. At this time, i'm almost ready to succeed the reddit w30*2017 challenge in hard mode - launch a ship from Kerbin, land on Eve, mine Ore, take off and bring 300 Ore to Gilly. Still struggling to bring the ship from Kerbin orbit to Eve orbit (in one launch)
  9. I'm surprised that this was posted on Reddit an hour ago and hasn't been reposted here yet. submitted an hour ago by NathanKellRSS Dev/Former Dev All good things must come to an end, and so it is for us. It is time for each of us to move on from Squad. Kerbal Space Program is an incredible game and has truly been a joy to create. We have greatly enjoyed working together with such a tightly-knit, professional, and talented development team, and with such a wonderful community. Over the last update cycle we’ve taken KSP to new heights and achieved great things with su
  10. That is (basically) a hard mode completion. If you give me the last bit of drama.
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