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  1. Welcome to EventHorizon. What this mod is about EventHorizon is a planetpack that adds in a Blackhole-system inspired which is inspired by the movie "Interstellar". I loved Interstellar, the visuals, especially how Gargantua looked like. When @Artyomka15's Kargantua fell into incompatibility, it was sad. So after some time I decided to make my own take on the Gargantua system. Now over a year later, here we are with Murph, a Black hole with a totally appropriate name. What is featured in this mod. 19 new planetary bodies. 2 new star system 1 Blackhole system Functional wormholes (Thank the Kopernicus developers for that on) Custom science for ever celestial body Custom Planetary Icons(no boring stock dots) A custom lava ocean-texture (not just a red stock ocean) Handmade Blackhole visuals (and a reason to use those fancy high tech high DeltaV engines) Where you can download the mod. https://github.com/GrandProtectorDark/Event-Horizon/releases Installation Instructions How to use the Wormholes Some Images Some recommended mods to be used alongside EventHorizon Mod Support - Event Horizon has custom wormhole locations for the following planet packs that replace the Stock-System BeyondHome WhirligigWorld BeforeKerbin AfterKerbin AlternisKerbolRekerjiggered GPP Evolution SLIPPIST-1 - Planet packs that replace the home-system that aren't listed here are supported by placing the Stock system-wormhole in solar orbit - Custom Science for the HabitabilityCheck Experiment from EnduranceShip - Guaranteed* stability when playing with Principia (only guaranteed when the home-system is the stock system) -Antimatter and LqdDeuterium/LqdHe3 can be found in selected regions (When using a mod that needs "CommunityResourcePack") Special thanks to: @Thomas P. not only for Kopernicus itself, but also for adding the ability to make wormholes. @The White Guardian for INSTANTIATOR without which Murph would just be a sad black sphere. @Pkmniako for helping me learn how to make a fancy accretion disk The Kopernicus Discord for being so helpful. Licencing EventHorizon is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 All other bundled mods are distributed under their own licenses. The texture used for Fuego's lava up-close was taken and modified from http://www.textures4photoshop.com/tex/fire-and-smoke/lava-magma-seamless-texture-free-download.aspx
  2. Vectors from Freepik and AstroRainbow As RSS, KSRSS is a mod intended to transform the stock solar system into the real solar system, but at stock size, with the objective to let you explore the solar system within many mods necessary in a RSS save. Also, we worked hard to make every body of the system pretty and unique. KSRSS is accompanied by KSRSSVE, a graphic mod which put the best of scatterer and EVE into KSRSS. For example, with KSRSSVE and KSRSS, you can find dust storms on Mars, geysers on Enceladus, snow at pole of the Earth and many other things. Finally, unlike SSRSS, KSRSS is not a simple rescaling of RSS, we decided to not use Sigma Dimension, so KSRSS is made and tweak especialy for the stock size. After this little introduction, we want to thank all the modders community and specialy the RSS-Team without whom we would not have been able to realize this mod. Factually, KSRSS is just a mix of textures made by the community (see License section for all credits) that we mixed together to create, we hope, a pretty version of the real solar system in KSP. Pics Download and instructions KSRSS KSRSSVE KK-KSRSS Install Kopernicus. If you are using an old version of KSP, go here and take the appropriate version i. e. Kopernicus 1.6.1-X for KSP 1.6.1 and Kopernicus 1.5.1-X for KSP 1.5.1. Install KSRSS-Textures. Install KSRSS. If you want footprints, install KEX-EVAFootprints. (optional) If you want more launchpads in Florida, you can download the KK-KSRSS pack. (optional- see column 3) If you want clouds and scatterer compatibility, install KSRSSVE. (optional - see column 2) Install EVE. Install scatterer. Install KSRSSVE (download below). Choose the Low Resolution pack OR the High Resolution. Install Kerbal Konstructs. Install Tundra's Space Center. Install OSSNTR. Install KK-KSRSS (download below). https://github.com/KerbalFrench/KSRSS/releases https://github.com/KerbalFrench/KSRSSVE/releases https://github.com/KerbalFrench/KK-KSRSS/releases Licenses and credits KSRSS KSRSSVE KK-KSRSS KSRSS is licensed CC-BY-NC-SA-4.0 International unless otherwise stated. All plugin code is licensed LGPL-3.0. KSRSS is derived from RSS. A huge thanks to NathanKell and the RO team for creating this mod. (CC-BY-NC-SA-4.0) Some textures were taken from Spectra. Those are licensed MIT and all credits go to Avera9eJoe. Some planetary imagery is derived from work by Steve Albers and NASA / Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and some from the Celestia Motherlode (itself in the main sourced from JPL). Used by permission of the licenses for non-commercial release. KSPRC is bundled in the download and is covered by his own license. (CC-BY-ND) KSRSSVE is licensed CC-BY-NC-SA-4.0 International unless otherwise stated.All plugin code licensed LGPL-3.0.The Earth aurora texture was taken from Spectra by Avera9eJoe. (MIT)Planets clouds textures are from RSSVE. (CC-BY-NC-SA-4.0)The snow particle comes from Sci-Fi Ve by panzer1b. (Non-commercial use permitted with or without credit)The snow map comes from GEA by Davian Lin. (CC-BY-NC-SA-4.0)Citylights textures are from AVP by Astronomer and themaster401. KK-KSRSS is licensed MIT. If you are an author of one of the textures, maps, cfg or anything else used in KSRSS and if you want that we remove your work from our mod, just contact us and we will do it. A mod by tony48 and Kierra.
  3. Outer Kerbin An expansion to the Kerbin system Have you completely explored Kerbin? Have you mined Minmus for your refuel stations? Have you explored every anomaly at the surface of the Mun? But going to Eve or Duna isn't your kind of game? Than "Outer Kerbin" might be what you are looking for! You get to explore more, close to home! Outer Kerbin adds the planet "Phybi" to the Kerbin sphere of Influence. Phybi is in orbit around Kerbin just beyond Minmus and might be tricky to capture on your first few attempts. (SMA 65000000, Inc 12) Orbiting around this planet is the small-sized moon called "Iszmi". Both bodies are vacuum planets and have low-gravity somewhere between the numbers of the Mun and Minmus. Both bodies have a full world biome map, so theres enough for you to explore. Delta-V Calculations Numbers are calculated based on quick runs. No circularization around Phybi. Straight to Surface. So extra dV is adviced! From Lower Kerbin Orbit to Phybi Surface = 2520 m/s From Phybi Surface to Kerbin Re-Entry = 980 m/s Phybi Surface Touch & Return to Kerbin = 3500 m/s INITIAL RELEASE DEPENDENCY Kopernicus COMPATABILITY Outer Kerbin should be compatible with all planetpack that do NOT alter the stock system's planet locations. Please notify me when it's not complatible with another planetpack! Confirmed to work with: Atoren, DwarfPlanetsPlus, KerbolOrigins, OPM, Planet Cyran, The Plod System, The Varuta System , Trans-Keptunian, Moho Moons Mod and Miporia Planet Pack. IMAGE GALLERY Imgur Album VIDEO Outer Kerbin Preview Trip to Iszmi LICENCE Outer Kerbin is licenced under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International THANKING the awesome people over at the Kopernicus Discord for their help on getting to know how to create planets for KSP. @SnailsAttack @Gameslinx @Poodmund and others who've proven to be an helping hand! A Special shoutout to @Kottabos for his awesome video preview of Outer Kerbin on YT.! Give him a subscribe on his channel! Shoutout to @Johnster_Space_Program for featuring Outer Kerbin in his YouTube serie! Note that this being my first planet-pack for KSP, im looking forward on feedback! Have you encountered issues, please notify me, and ill try my best to get rid of it!
  4. Download The Varuta System (v0.3.0): https://www.spacedock.info/mod/2088/The Varuta System The Varuta System is a mod that adds the planet Varuta and its many moons to the game. Kopernicus is required for this mod to work! What are the planets and moons are included in the varuta system you ask? Well here they are: Varuta: Is one of the larger planets in the kerbol system, located between duna and dres. It is host to many unique and intresting moons, all of which should be explored Theonus: Is the closest and of the more intresting looking moons of Varuta. Its surface is partially similar to Varuta. It also has some extreme terrain, so be careful when trying to land! Niven Olten: Is the second and largest moon of Varuta, at almost 1/3 the size of its planet. Olten might look boring at first, but it has awesome views of Varuta and other moons from the surface. Deaphus: Is one of the smaller moons in the Varuta System. It has regions of blue, which might be filled with Apatite under the surface. Like Theonus, it has extreme terrain. Rebos: The smallest moon of Varuta, it has a relatively smooth surface and is most likely a captured asteroid due to its orbit and surface And Oltimos: Its intresting in the fact that it is a sub-satellite of Olten. It orbits at an inclined orbit around Olten, and has a SOI of only 14km and is only 5km across. If you have any questions about the mod or any problems/glitches you have, ask me below. LICENSE: MIT
  5. Props to: @EricL For assistance with normal maps. @The White Guardian For teaching me how to make planets, gas giants etc. via his YouTube tutorials. @Thomas P. For making Kopernicus and maintaining it's status. And everyone else who shows support for this mod! Anyways... Hello, this is the development forum for my first planet pack called Gene's Star (A not-so-obvious ripoff of Barnard's Star), So included in this pack are: Gene's Star: The star that is the center of the whole pack Vulkan: A gas giant quite close to the star which carries the risk of high heat, you can get quite a bit of science from just a fly-by and has one moon. Hestia: A tiny fiery asteroid not too far from Vulkan. Himos: Despite It's vicinity to Gene's Star, it has a comfortable temperature and it has one moon. Amirani: the small, oblate moon of Himos. Zeus: The largest planet in the pack, it comes third after Himos and doesn't have any moons. Vylo: A giant singular rocky planet that has witnessed some stuff in the past, meaning some good science. Agustin: I would personally call this one of the main planets in the pack, it has four moons with varying terrain and a thin atmosphere. Iturbide: A small desert moon. Martinez: Another desert moon. Barcena: Fair-sized moon, Minmus copy. Yanez: The furthest of the quartet, It has plenty of space to establish a station or colony. Duenus: This has the second-most moons (5 moons) in the pack and decent science scores, has a strange pink atmosphere. Arbyl: The first moon in the system, has decent views of the whole system. Tota: The largest moon in this system, being the same size as The Mun. Ubfer: The farthest of the big three, even better views. DU-10: An asteroid moon that goes close and far out over and over. (hedgehog is intentional) Fchillo: The furthest of all the moons, orbits just in Duenus' SOI. Cylar: The Dwarf planet filling the void between Duenus and Haglade, has two moons and blue ice. Mu: Small-ish moon. Nyth: same as Mu. Haglade: This would also be one of the main planets, with seven moons. Yup, you saw that right. Meaning that this has the most moons out of all of them. Mettaris: a moon within Haglade's Rings. Pele: The first one of the Big Quartet, it is a strangely warm moon, getting up to 43°C, maybe it has something to do with Haglade? Vulo: The second and smallest of the Big Quartet, It has some surface ice. Titania: The largest moon in the whole system, over-sizing Cylar and Himos and about 2/3 the size of Kerbin, has a respectable atmosphere of 24km. Buriz: The last of the Big Quartet, it has the best views of the Big Quartet. Hemi: The asteroid moon orbiting between Buriz and Nusku. Nusku: Same situation as Fchillo, except it's the second largest moon in the whole system. Iceos: The final frontier of the system, it's so uninteresting that isn't worth mentioning (like Alaska). Progress chart: Not working on ATM Developing Almost done Just need to iron out bugs Ready for Release ---------------------------------------- Gene's Star Vulkan Hestia Himos Amirani Zeus Vylo Agustin Iturbide Martinez Barcena Yanez Duenus Arbyl Tota Ubfer DU-10 Fchillo Cylar Mu Nyth Haglade Mettaris Pele Vulo Titania Buriz Hemi Nusku Iceos Bugs: Terrain is known to be glitchy (is known and will be fixed soon enough.) ...
  6. Oh hi there. This is the development forum for my pack I'm making, the Challenge Planet Pack. It includes so far: Nulleff: a super-tylo with no atmosphere and 2.6 gees of gravity. It also orbit 30% farther than Eeloo on a inclined and eccentric orbit. Good luck. Pebbles: a space pebble 3 km wide wide, with surface gravity 50% lower than gilly. Orbits Nulleff in a Polar Orbit, close in. Fun.... Hel: a molten world skimming above the sun with a lot of atmosphere. We're not sure why it's there or how it's atmosphere is staying. The size of dres. Ira: a Small, Young brown dwarf that is very hot. You will not reach the surface. either you will be crushed, melted, or krakened into oblivion. Inclined orbit, so much harder than jool. I might make Nullef it's Moon, and Pebbles another moon of it. Credits: @NickRoss120 Naming Nulleff and Pebbles their Appropriate Names. The Creators of Kopernicus for the Planet-Making Software! STAY tunned! Official Release Page:
  7. This is a devlog for another mod I'm making. Here, I will try to recreate the system from this thread: Will be updating (hopefully) soon!
  8. Hello, I am developing a PlanetPack Named "ProjectAlpha". It will Add planets in the Kerbol system, and add stars outside of the Region. I want to make this mod more of a community mod, with suggestions being a #1 Priority. So, if you have any ideas for planets/moons(Or Even Stars), Let me know, and it might be added and you will be credited when the mod releases! Sincerely, Orbit.