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  1. I remember seeing a thread about this topic that was over three years old, so I didn't want to bother reviving it. On to the point, however, which planets/moons do you just not like, or do you not like them because seemingly all your missions there fail? For me, it would probably have to be Laythe. I've been playing KSP for over a year now, and I've still only managed to do one manned mission there and back. (which took 3 launches, as I sent an ascent vehicle, airplane, and mothership with lander) I just don't find Laythe particularly exciting, and the extended atmosphere (being thicker than Kerbin's at higher altitudes) makes pinpoint landing a nightmare. It's destroyed plenty of rovers, and cooked a mothership trying to aerobrake there to go straight into a Laythe orbit from a Jool escape trajectory, although looking back on it I don't know why on earth I thought that would work. Kerbalness, I guess. I do like it for gravity assists though. God help me when I try going there with Kerbalism installed...
  2. Don't stuff me in the old Mk.1 Inline Cockpit if this has already been made. The title explains everything, just know your spacecraft doesn't have to exist IRL. I personally like the Saturn 1 the most, because it was the world's first heavy lift rocket (and is also super underrated). Picture!