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  1. I have a big problem... I am trying to use Real Solar System in KSP, but if RRS and Kopernicus are both in the Gamedata directory, the starter loading screen with the pictures and everything happens, then it goes to the solar system in the bottom right corner loading screen forever... I have been using RRS without the planet textures but it's really not the same. Please help. Thanks!
  2. Hey guys, I don't know if this was discussed earlyer, but I found a way to calculate orbits in real solar system. For me it was a real pain in the butt to find premade calculation for orbit. You can easily find the geostationary/geosychronous orbit of earth, but it get's a bit tricky for the rest of the planets. So I watched some YouTube videos and came to the conclusion that is't pretty simple. You can basically do this with every planet you want, even in the stock solar system. The only data you need for the formule are: - The mass of the plan
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