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Latest Release Source Sample Craft (also found in WildBlueIndustries/FlyingSaucers/Ships/SPH) Due to technical difficulties, CKAN is NOT supported. It breaks my mods. Gerra Kerman, test pilot. She liked the sound of that! Here she was, standing in front of her first assignment, parked on the tarmac at KSC. Gerra whistled, marveling at the design and then began walking around the strange aircraft. It had a disc-shaped body easily 6 meters in diameter and over a meter thick. Add the trailing wings, and the aircraft spanned 8 meters. Its leading edges had gray carbon panels, ready to resist the heat of atmospheric entry, with dark heat-resistant tiles trailing the edge. A set of windows followed the craft’s contours, but they only gave a view out the front. As she walked around to the back, Gerra saw a sculpted engine housing that sported a strange looking engine with a sloped ramp. Then she realized that the craft was a transatmospheric vehicle, a flying saucer! Read more... Have you ever wanted to pretend that your kerbals found a crashed flying saucer and then the little green men and women reverse-engineered it? With Kerbal Flying Saucers (KFS), now you can! KFS is a mod that lets you research and build your own custom flying saucers that work within established gameplay mechanics while providing exotic twists. It’s as easy as mixing and matching components to create a vehicle suited to your needs. And with its custom tech tree branch and research experiments, you can simulate your reverse-engineering efforts via the stock science system- and possibly unlock parts early! Kerbal Flying Saucers supports DeepFreeze, OSE Workshop, KIS/KAS, CTT, Snacks, and more. Required Mods: This mod is currently under development- there’s a lot to do! I’ve just about got the prototype saucer done, and I’m starting to figure out the mothership design too: Real-World References Popular Mechanics, November 2000: “America’s Nuclear Flying Saucer” (https://books.google.com/books?id=MxXlKb9wIe0C&lpg=PP1&lr&rview=1&pg=PA66#v=onepage&q&f=false) VZ-9 Avrocar: (http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/Visit/MuseumExhibits/FactSheets/Display/tabid/509/Article/195801/avro-canada-vz-9av-avrocar.aspx) Wired: “Declassified at Last: Air Force’s Supersonic Flying Saucer Schematics” (https://www.wired.com/2012/10/the-airforce/) Northrop NS-97: (https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/53/f7/48/53f7489bf06f582eeb1f68a3a42fb2aa.jpg) Tutorial Videos More Pics: --