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The ugly black ring from the surface of Tekto I recently started playing KSP with OPM. but while playing I noticed that the Kopernicus rings don't get affected by the Scatterer atmosphere of Sarnus or Tekto, this bothered me a bit.. Is there a way to fix this? And if I can't fix it myself, when is it getting fixed then? (sorry if i'm a bit impatient ) I would really like to know what and why. My apologies if there is already getting worked on it. Thanks. RJ. oh and I have KSP 1.7.3
The Sarnus Pathfinder, launched almost five years ago, finally arrived at Saturn, unfortunately not staying there and leaving the entire Kerbol system. It was possible to achieve such speeds by ultra close Slate and Eeloo flybies, which gave it enough speed. All of them were perfectly planned, unfortunately, close Tekto flyby was impossible. During the slingshots, Pathfinder was able to capture stunning firsts of Sarnus system up close. It even found a completely new moon, designated Sarnus IV, the official name is still to come. Here are some of the best captures: Distant Tekto: Gigantic Slate: The newly discovered moon, Sarnus IV: And the last, but not the least, amazing ice moon, Eeloo: The upcoming mission, Sarnus Explorer, will be a brand new mission on its own, and it will explore the Sarnus system for a lot longer, staying on Sarnusian orbit. The mods used are OPM, its dependencies and Hullcam VDS Continued Oh, and also, may Chuck Berry, the one and only rock and roll father rest in peace.
As you might have seen, I recently sent a mission to Jool where I did multiple flybys of its moons. Here, I have screenshots of a Cassini-like mission from the probe Surveyor 21. (Surveyor 18 and 19 heading to Urlum as I type; coming soon!) I sent Surveyor 21 to Sarnus, a planet from the Outer Planets Mod. I'll be posting screenshots of flybys and other cool things as they come along. First album: Sarnus approach and Eeloo flyby. Link here: http://imgur.com/a/dcKbJ