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- A place for others still playing Galileo's SSRSS to share ideas about how to keep this great mod working - NOTE: This is not a relaunch or a revival. Nor is it a petition to the author or attempt to get support from him. He locked his SSRSS thread and AFAIK there are no plans to change that. We are here to help each other. For those interested in trying this out, the SSRSS mod is still up on GitHub. - Remember, this is unsupported, so be prepared to work things out for yourself - Install Instructions: (additional detail on the Github site) Download Kopernicus: https://github.com/Kopernicus/Kopernicus/releases Download and install RSS: https://github.com/KSP-RO/RealSolarSystem/releases (ONLY install the RealSolarSystem folder. The bundled Kopernicus and ModularFlightIntegrator is outdated) Download and install RSS TEXTURES: https://github.com/KSP-RO/RSS-Textures/releases Install Sigma Dimensions: https://github.com/Sigma88/Sigma-Dimensions/releases Install the SSRSS folder into your GameData folder: https://github.com/Galileo88/SSRSSContinued CKAN Install: I've had success setting CKAN to accept KSP 1.3 files and installing SSRSS that way. Feel free to try it FAQ Does this work with newer versions of KSP? Several of us have had success using the current version of Kopernicus. That said your mileage may vary, especially with regards to other mods. How do I get help / support? This is very "Do it Yourself". Before asking questions please read carefully through the install instructions and try to solve it. If you figure something out feel free to share Can this mod get re-released? There are no plans now and AFAIK the author doesn't intend to either. If you have modding skills and want to adopt it I would ask Galileo directly. Can anyone (fix this) / (change that) / (Make it work with X)? Only if we can do it ourselves. We can't expect support from the author and we aren't going to ask. Original locked thread here: Still a lot of good info on there if you want to read through it: