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  1. A set of patches to add 1.8+ shaders and textures to stock bodies that are not revamped yet. It uses a workaround, removing and recreating them under the same name to avoid the checkerboard bug and to be as compatible with visual packs, science definitions and others as possible. Uses 100% stock assets. Licensed MIT. Compatibility confirmed with: Breaking ground Stock and BDB science definitions, experiments, EVA reports Corelian and any other planer packs not touching Jool system moons and Eeloo Spectra, AVP, Sci-FiVE, EVE and Scatterer Expect compatibilit
  2. I was reading through the easter egg list for something, and i read this : "In a forum post from late 2013,Squad member Jeff C.(NovaSilisko) described an idea he had for connecting many easter eggs into a story concerning a civilization which predated the Kerbals. Experiments with interstellar travel resulted in the homeworld of this "precursor civilization" being flung out into an extremely distant orbit. Before they froze to death, they launched monoliths and other messages onto many planets and moons in hopes of seeding intelligent life. Instead, they created Kerbals, not-so-intelligen
  3. The Reach 1.0 release Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License It finally fully released! The Reach is a solar system replacer mod, made with the aim to make a new and unique system with interesting planets and design challenges. All planets are unique in their own way without making it feel wrong. Screenshot album: Planet list: Changelog: Download on spacedock: Yes Interstellar edition: Credits: @RJVB09 for converting the textures to a less performance-heavy format, making the aurorae @Thomas P. for making Kopern
  4. Hello there! In the last Months I've been trying to install Planet Packs, for example Kerbal Galaxy. I put the KG Folder into GameData where I already had the Kopernicus Folder. But when I booted up KSP, the new Planets didn't appear. Does somebody know how to install Planet Packs so that the Planets appear in the Game? I'm looking forward to receive Answers on that Question! Sincerely, Nathan's Space Center
  5. Not long ago I was looking to spice things up a bit and embrace some new challenges. I play purely stock, but I figured I could still play the game my way by just adding some new scenery. I was trying to decide between adding OPM or installing GPP when @Sigma88 and @Ultimate Steve suggested New Horizons. I had heard of it, but never really payed much attention. When @MinimalMinmus mentioned the difficulty of Ernus (which I've since discovered for myself: he was not kidding), I was intrigued. But it was @Geschosskopf's description of the mod that really convinced me to check it out. The thought
  6. Towards the end of last year, I decided to take up planet modding and started building. Eventually, this came out - The SyeWertz system - This simple mod adds 2 bodies - Sye, a large rocky, vacuum world, and Wertz, its companion moon. Sye is located between Eve and Moho, at a distance of about 7.7 Gigameters from the Sun. Screenshots! Features - Adds 2 bodies in orbit around Kerbol! Fully functioning Biome and Science Defs! Cursed Images! Now, SyeWerts was a result of me mucking around with ideas one afternoon, while working on my main pla
  7. Hello guys. I am working on a new mod that adds in a temperate gas-giant. The mod deletes Duna, but makes up for the loss of the planet with a gas-giant and four moons! I will release the mod soon. Currently, I have not added in Biomes or Science Defs, so the mod is complete if you cheat and play in sandbox mode. However, I need to finish painting up biome maps and making at least some custom science defs before I release the mod to the community. I appreciate your patience. Here are some shots of the planets: Bervin: Alru: Goval: Unox: So
  8. A new Mod for KSP Planets Coming up! Help me choose a name if you would like to! Thanks c: P.S it is a mod about the kerbal system after it was destroyed and they have moved to a giant other start system
  9. This planet pack Adds 2 gas planets, 4 moons and 2 asteroids between duna and dres. this pack was originally made by @Thomas988 here: but eventually he stopped working on it. i saw this pack and asked him if it would break his copyright if i updated it, turns out he didn't know either. but i got permission and proceeded to update the pack to work with the latest version of Kopernicus, plus a few changes. Odysseus: This large gas planet was found in a nearly circular retrograde orbit in the asteroid belt by Kerbal astronomers. because of its orbit, they a
  10. Introduction The Kompressed Solar System Mod is a mod that takes the solar system, and compresses it down and rearranges it to add a new level of complexity to the stock game. It doesn't add any new planets, but it re-arranges the existing ones into a quite interesting configuration. I did not intended for this mod to be realistic. Rather, I wanted to give the solar system the classic sci-fi look, with planets hanging low and big in the night sky, and extremely short transit times between planets. The magic of the Kopernicus and Module Manager mods was able to make that happen. Huge
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