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  1. It turns out that, while absolutely nothing happens most of the time, RTGs have a tendency to occasionally run away with heat generation when you store them too densely and isolated with no cooling. This pseudo-reactor is simply a cargo bay with 48 RTGs stacked in them. This is in a Dres orbit so there's no atmosphere to cause the heat; It was from the RTGs themselves. Kerbal Engineer gives some information under "THERMAL". Simply opening the bay luckily solved the problem. It's kinda weird and probably caused by some bug but definitely interesting. Love to hear your t
  2. A cautionary tale about not calling up that which you can not put down. Oh, and fun with ejection seats in the latest version of Kerbal Space Program! If you like this or other videos of mine, please consider subscribing! I originally planned to do this video when KSP 1.7.3 dropped, but then I came up with a video idea for #Apollo50 that I just had to do first. And yes, all my videos for new versions of KSP will feature improvements that nobody else cares about. Better silly and willy-nilly than shrilly. Really. In loving memory of the Rotary Rocket Roton SSTO
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