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  1. I made a little "mod" that I have wanted in the game for a while now: Planet Wiki, a KSPedia-based mini-wiki that contains useful information regarding the planets such as science multipliers in different situations and the border between "In Space High" and "In Space Low." The kind of stuff you normally have to go to the KSP wiki to find. Here are its pages: Download Links for Stock version (v4): Spacedock Curse Dropbox Links for Outer Planets Mod Edition (v3 page layouts): Spacedock Curse Dropbox So far the pages are populated with the following information: A picture of the planet Pictures of the planet's parent body and moons The planet's in-game description The science multiplier in different situations at the planet The altitude border between different situations at the planet Orbital Period The planet's orbital inclination Semi-major axis needed for synchronous orbit The phase angle for optimal transfer delta-v needed to (safely) get to the surface from Kerbin's surface delta-v needed to land/take off delta-v needed to escape Surface gravity in g's Height of the atmosphere Number of biomes The highest and lowest point on the surface, with their coordinates The Sidereal day length Efficiency of solar panels on planet's surface (as opposed to Kerbin's surface) Minimum and maximum distances that the planets can be from Kerbin Body Radius (Moons are included, too!) Advice on the actual design is something I'd be grateful for, since I don't want this to look like an unreadable mess. Please post any ideas below for information you sometimes need to know for your missions that isn't easily accessible/not available in the stock game. All suggestions are welcome! (I'm running out of page space tho) If you like my work and want to support this project, donate! No amount is too small.