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  1. Okay, I have googled, and I have searched the forum, yet found no answer. Here's what it is: I play only sandbox, and I build funny little ships that I fly to the Mun, mostly. When I set up my return trajectory, I can see where it will hit Kerbin. But Kerbin will, of course, keep rotating. So I often end up burning huge amounts of ∆v in a last-minute course alteration just so that I can hit an ocean. If I don't use such huge amounts to first circularize and then set up a nice reentry. I can build my craft so that I'll be lugging quite enough ∆v for all of that. But I don't wanna. I
  2. Nothing to see here. Move along. Maybe go install "Trajectories" and, in map view, zoom out.
  3. Hi All, I recently installed the most recent Kerbal Plus and Waypoint Manger mods and when i tried to splash down on Kerbin in the most basic rocket, i went straight through the surface of the water,parachute and all, and continued descending until i hit the ocean floor. Once i hit the ocean floor it acted as though i had landed on land. I have tried with each mod removed from the game data folder individually, with the same results. When i remove both i can again splash down. Any ideas on why these new mods made my water disappear on Kerbin? Thanks
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