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"If there is a limit in the universe, we will continue climbing until reaching it" (Jebediah Kerman) KSP HORIZON is a series about space exploration, based on the Kerbal Space Program. The KSP kerbonauts, under the command of Jebediah Kerman, will seek new horizons while exploring the Kerbol system. EPISODES KSP Horizon - Episode 1 - Flight test: In the first episode of KSP Horizon, Jebediah and his brother Aaron start up the Kerbal Space Center, and begin the tests with airplanes, as they prepare to go into space. KSP Horizon - Episode 2 - Date under the sky: The tests with planes continue, and the first suborbital launches are made, at the same time that a love story begins. KSP Horizon - Episode 3 - She's special: The KSC decides to place a communications station on top of the western mountains. Jeb is in charge of taking it to the place. KSP Horizon - Episode 4 - Flying without SAS: It's time to establish a communication satellites network around Kerbin: the KSAT network. While the SAT-K satellites are being launched, Val is secretly sent to an important mission. KSP Horizon - Episode 5 - Purifying fire: In the research center, Halberry makes an important discovery, while Jeb finally faces the GPK. KSP Horizon - Episode 6 - Orbiter 1: While the KSC is working on the deployment of a new communications station in the south of Nora, an unexpected event could cause the end of the space program. KSP Horizon - Episode 7 - Nortika: The Halberry Signal will guide Jeb towards a great discovery. Coming soon: Episode 8 - The Pyramids: A discovery made by Bob will cause Jeb to send an expedition to the Antika desert.
I would greatly appreciate an SAS mode that holds the navball orientation at the horizon, perhaps locking all remaining degrees of freedom (like roll and rotation along the horizon). This would allow aircraft to fly long distances across the planet without player intervention, which would be especially useful for long flights to contract related sites, e.g. on Kerbin. I do think it is reasonably simplistic to warrant being an SAS feature.