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  1. Lo.M


    Biofuels good idea or something stupid/unnecessary? When we develop medium-sized colonies would it be possible to produce biofuel? Of course I know needed water, fertilizer (in plants), sunlight, carbon dioxide and other things. We could grow algae, microorganisms or plants for that. We may be able to use the waste (if added) that kerbals would produce. We can extract from alien ecosystems (if added)
  2. In ksp2 we will have colonies in space and on land this is confirmed. I created this topic to speculate and discuss more "exotic" colonies that are those that are not terrestrial and space colonies. Floating Colonies: they are huge "airships" that can be built and/or taken to planets with dense atmosphere (such as Venus), or on gaseous planets (such as Jool) Floating colonies in water: Colonies made for aquatic planets or planets with large parts of water. Submerged colonies: Colonies that were totally or partially submerged, by staying in the water the radiation is totall
  3. This is a topic to discuss things about weather in KSP2. For example, we know there will be clouds but will there be rain, thunderstorms, wind, Hurricanes, etc. Any questions or things you want to mention about weather can go here. Reminder: as always, please be respectful to other members, refrain from badmouthing other people, and spread kindness. That's all.
  4. The polls are pretty self-explanatory. Just say what you think will happen as we approach the release date and on a scale of 1-10, how good the finished game will be. Comment why below. I said that it would be released on time and be great. I think the devs will do a good job and will not disappoint us. I said the rating would be a 8. It would be difficult to not have a few bugs.
  5. So I was re-watching the KSP2 launch trailer and noticed several things. 1. This moon. (Merbal) Featured in a shot of Ovin is a moon. This has been out for a while and I'm sure someone has noticed this and I was wondering, has anyone figured out this moon's name? 2. Possible surface of Puf or This was confirmed in a follow up, behind the scenes trailer to be the surface of Merbal. As this shiny spacecraft lands, you see a strange landscape. While it does say "Not actual gameplay" at the beginning, I can't help but notice some similarities between Puf and this la
  6. In the developer story trailer starting at 3:04 you can see several sticky notes attached to a monitor, one of which is labeled "Celestial Bodies - Atmospheres". Some veteran bodies are obviously listed (Duna, Eve, Jool, Laythe) as well as what appears to be Pol, for some reason. New confirmed bodies from KSP 2 are visible (Glumo, Murble, Ovin), as well as several others I cannot make out. I've yet to identify the two bodies on the bottom and the one at the top left. Note that some confirmed planets (Rask, Rusk and Char) are not listed - presumably because they don't seem to feature atmosphere
  7. From the video above we can make out a few things about the new KSC. -The first and foremost thing is that the KSC is now separated into islands in a marsh/pond like area. -Second, it has not 1, but 2 very larger runways, I would argue these are longer and possibly wider than KSC OG Runway. -Third, next to those runways are helipads, or if you're a propulsive landing fanatic, they could double as landing pads for boosters. I only catch a glimpse of 4 pads, but I assume there are five or more due to the placement and how equal distant they look along the runway. -Fourth, there are 4
  8. The ISS mission has to end some day. What would you do with the modules?
  9. (Tell me if there is already one of these threads) Here you can speculate how the kerbolar planets came to be how they are and where they are. Any alien intervention/ presence during the formation can be considered... To start off, maybe Eeloo used to be one of Jool's moons, but got ejected out by another Jool moon such as Tylo or Laythe... Questions for you: (Easter eggs in spoiler) Was/ is there life on Laythe? How did it get there? Why did it die out? Where does life on Kerbin come from?
  10. From what I can tell, the consensus is that Laythe should, by all accounts, not be feasible. Yet it exists, and continues to exist. It somehow has an oxygenated atmosphere that hasn't escaped or reacted away, has enough energy flux at the surface to stay relatively warm, and has exactly the right conditions for liquid water on its surface. This leads to the only explanation I can think of: Laythe is artificial. The nearly global ocean is simply a cover, a layer of insulation for a megastructure that lies beneath the surface. It is heated from within by some arcane power source, a
  11. I would imagine that at some point in the evolution of life on Kerbin, there was an extremely dense barked species of tree. It would have resembled an evergreen or palm of some type that would periodically lose all it's fronds or branch-like needle clusters becoming at times no more than an upright spike. Native to hotter climates, this tree would've drawn up large amounts of water in spring, to use during the summer, and also create nutrition internally, because the tree's inner chemistry mixed it's sap with the water and ground minerals to produce a nutrient broth. Interestingly.....in the r
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