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Zero's Atmospheres v1.0 MIT License Copyright (c) 2019 Zero-a1 (Summary) This mod aims to add better looking atmospheres to Ksp while being GPU friendly. Although not as good looking as scatterer it should keep your frames up. (Issues) 1. Disappearing haze at 55km 2. A small amount of lag with EVE configs ---------------------------------------------------------- Feel free to report issues: (Screenshots) https://www.reddit.com/r/KerbalSpaceProgram/comments/cnyni8/mod_screenshots/ (Compatibility) This mod is not compatible with SVE AVP etc. This mod is compatible with EVE configs however. (Dependencies) Environmental Visual Enhancements: Module Manager: (Downloads) https://www.dropbox.com/s/wb5nn3n84z7h66y/Zero's Atmospheres.zip?dl=0 Feel free to post screenshots in the comments!
Kerbal Extreme Texture Overhaul What is Kerbal Extreme Texture Overhaul? Kerbal Extreme Texture Overhaul (KETO) is a mod which will completely overhaul your Kerbol system with ultra high resolution clouds and much more realistic atmospheres. What makes this different from other visual packs? This mod adds something which I've never seen in a stock visual pack, ultra high resolution clouds. With help from @ufindbatman, I've managed to add these stunning clouds. Special Thanks To.. * @ufindbatman for letting me use his Earth/Kerbin cloud textures * @Avera9eJoe for his scatterer configs (not sure how to customize them) Installation Instructions USE COMMON SENSE WHEN DOWNLOADING THIS. IF YOU HAVE AN INCREDIBLY WEAK SYSTEM, DO NOT ATTEMPT DOWNLOADING THIS. YOU WILL NEED AT LEAST 8GB OF RAM AND WINDOWS 7/8/10! Downloads Note: I'm using SpaceDock to add my mod to CKAN. I have no idea how to add dependencies and stuff, and I don't prefer to just bundle them with the mod (easily outdated, licensing issues, etc). If anyone knows how to add a mod to CKAN with dependencies please PM me. Changelog License Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 )