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  1. LAST CRAFT FILE UPDATE: 19 January 10:00 EST CHECK BACK FOR MORE CRAFT RELEASES TABLE OF CONTENTS 1) Raptor Aerospace History, Description & Personal Notes 2) SPH Craft File Download Links 3) VAB Craft File Download Links 4) Subassembly Download Links 5) Categorized Bulk Download Links 6) Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) 7) Most recent update listings & future plans HISTORY This thread is a 4.0 version of my Raptor Aerospace showcase thread, which I started in November 2014 (KSP v0.25) with around a dozen SPH aircraft posted as nothing more than screenshot eye-candy. Although I've been playing KSP since v0.13, I am not perfect. Whenever I (or other players) find issues or defects with my craft, I update and republish. Some of these designs have been around for several years (ie, several versions of KSP). As new parts for KSP were developed and existing components refined, these concepts were updated or refined and then republished. Each has been flight-tested throughout multiple conditions, altitudes, airspeeds, fuel/payload amounts, etc. to find out where their limits are, and where they perform best. TODAY Today, Raptor's Craft Download Catalog contains craft designs across the full breadth of KSP applications, from atmospheric airplanes to interplanetary spacecraft. All of the craft here are built/designed within the stock aero model, and all are 100% stock. While most of my designs are influenced by real-life aircraft, spacecraft, or concepts, they are not meant to be replicas. The craft are built to imitate function over appearance. If aesthetics can be implemented as well, that's a plus, but not to the extent it compromises functionality or significantly hinders performance or efficiency. To browse for a craft file, expand the primary spoiler drop-downs (SPH, VAB, or Subassemblies) and then continue to work your way through the "catalog tree" until you find something you'd like. Then click the hyperlink below that craft file image and it will redirect you to the appropriate KerbalX page to download that craft. ________________________________________________ Personal Notes I'd like to thank @katateochi for his administration and maintenance of the KerbalX website. It's a user-friendly, fan-driven site that allows community members to exchange craft files for use, modded or stock. If you're an avid user of the KerbalX site, please help support it by donating via links on the main KerbalX page. For additional entertainment, here's some other videos I've produced: Raptor Aerospace | Landing the Shuttle | Red Planet Rivals | KSP - The TV Show | Elon Kerman's Reusable Rocket | Take Flight Tutorial Videos: CisMunar Propellant Economy Part 1/Part 2 ________________________________________________ Space Plane Hanger Section ________________________________________________ Vehicle Assembly Building Section ________________________________________________ Subassembly Section ________________________________________________ Categorized Bulk Downloads Section ________________________________________________ CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES ON DESIGNS AND NEW CONCEPTS IF ANYONE HAS SCREENSHOTS OF THESE CRAFT IN ACTION, FEEL FREE TO SHARE THEM HERE ALONG WITH STORIES OF SUCCESS, GLORY OR FAILURE ________________________________________________ Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Q: Will you make craft X or modify craft Y to have feature Z? A: Craft that are shared here are made for my use in KSP, but everyone has different building and play styles. If you want an SSTO spaceplane with an LV-N engine on it, it's too easy to throw one on there yourself. I don't take craft requests. If you have a craft request, there are already a number of experienced KSP builders on the forums that do take requests. However, I don't have the time or motivation to be out-sourced. Q: How do you make the brochure-style graphics for each craft download? A: I start by taking screenshots using Kronal Vessel Viewer, then do all the rest manually using Microsoft Paint. Simple and easy. Q: You have too many craft to download, how can I get all of them without dedicating an absurd amount of time clicking away on KerbalX? A: You're in luck! @katateochi (who runs the KerbalX website), was kind enough to implement a new feature to enable downloading an entire hanger of craft files. You can find links to groups of craft in the Categorized Bulk Downloads Section just above. Q: I don't understand how to use one of your craft. A: I try to be as informative and concise when making the brochure-style graphics that accompany each craft. They're intended to provide other users with basic information to the craft's purpose, action group settings, and other miscellaneous tidbits that hopefully clarify what went into the design. However, after reviewing the craft graphic there are still unanswered questions, feel free to post your question in this thread and I'll try to answer as soon as I am able. Q: One of your craft appears to not be working as intended. A: This is a common comment I see on KerbalX. First thing I'm going to ask you to do is try the craft out in a vanilla (stock only) install of KSP. 9/10 times a mod is altering the behavior of the craft or interfering with a designed feature. I am not without my mistakes, but I thoroughly test these craft in stock KSP before publishing them on KerbalX. Another reason may be using the craft in a different version of KSP than it was intended. I'm always happy to troubleshoot issues, but the first two questions I will ask are "Do you have any mods installed?" and "Which version of KSP are you running?" ________________________________________________ Most Recent Updates (Last 7 days) ----------19 Jan---------- - LV-3C 'Bullfrog' Mun, Ike, Dres, Vall, Eeloo cargo lander (NEW-ish) - LV-3D 'Bullfrog' Duna cargo lander (NEW) - BM-series surface module project (1.6.1 update/revision/expansion) Future Updates to the thread -----Short-term Plans----- - 1.6.x craft updates - Updating some Station Module (SM-series) subassemblies for lower part counts - HLV-6A/B 'Warthog' Duna landers (waiting on a number of part updates, and is intertwined with the surface base revamp) - EV-7 'Skipjack' (waiting on several part updates, and the whole craft is getting revised...I can do better) -----Long-term Plans----- - More "M3V" - Kerbin-based logistics project
  2. Welcome to the Official Release thread for Before Kerbin. Before Kerbin is based on the Stock solar system, but 2 billion years ago in the past. This mod will replace your solar system, I advise beginning a new save. Overview: This mod aims to add a completely new adventure as you begin on Eve (which has Kerbin's properties for ease) and explore and uncover the secrets of the old stock planets. There is lore for you to uncover on the detailed planetary surfaces. This mod adds highly detailed, 4k planets, each come with their own EVE and Scatterer configurations. Every single planet and moon has been adjusted and changed, meaning yes - you can visit "Dres"! All planets have been tested and I have made sure both rockets and spaceplanes can function on them all. System Requirements: 5GB of RAM KSP 64 bit Donations are never asked for, but always appreciated! Help buy me a pizza if you enjoy the mod FAQ: Will this planet mod add any new stars? No. This is the Kerbol system 2 billion years ago. Adding a new star means you will need modded parts to get there, which I generally disagree with. It also means separating planets and sentencing them to "will not be visited". I want to make sure all planets are easily reachable but also require a challenge once there. Is this planet mod compatible with present day mods like OPM? Yep! Even the visual mods will work together, meaning you can install nearly any planet mod except those that also replace the home planet. How much RAM do I need for this mod? 5GB at maximum texture quality. This mod follows the CC-BY-NC-ND licence. Thank you for downloading!
  3. 1:1 Scale Replicas Full stock, full scale, full power In a scaled-down universe filled with scaled-down Kerbals, it's easy to forget how big real planes are. I've been building planes to the same scale of their real counterparts, enabling more accurate replicas with functioning mechanisms like swing wings, moving lift engines, and the odd GAU-8 Avenger. Convair B-58 Hustler McDonnell F-101C / RF-101C Voodoo Grumman F11F Tiger Panavia Tornado Fairchild-Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II "Warthog" Shuttle Transport System Northrop T-38 Talon Lockheed L-133 Starjet Yakolev Yak-38 Forger Boeing-Saab T-X Trainer Aircraft Dassault Mirage 2000 North American F-100D Super Sabre Canadair Regional Jet CRJ-200 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 North American F-86 Sabre Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor Dassault Rafale Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Lightning II Republic F-84 Thunderjet Concorde McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B Hornet General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon Grumman F-14 Tomcat (MULTIPLE VERSIONS) McDonnell Douglas / Boeing F-15 Eagle + F-15 ACTIVE STOL/MTD McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier II Lockheed NF-104A "Zoom Climber" Sukhoi Su-27M/Su-35 Flanker-E More will be posted as I make them. Feel free to contribute you own scale replicas or suggest new build ideas!
  4. THANK YOU GER_SPACE FOR SAVING WINDOWSHINE! Thank you @Teflon_Mike for the logo! Gif with GemFX and KSPRC v2 courtesy of @cobbman11 Video (-v2) Pictures: Album on imgur, Gif in VAB Downloads: WindowShine is dependent on TextureReplacerReplaced managed by @HaArLiNsH (TextureReplacer maintained by @RangeMachine for 1.2x) and ModuleManager maintained by @sarbian. Make sure to install them both first. KSP 1.3+ WindowShineTR-v16 TextureReplacerReplaced latest ModuleManager latest KSP 1.2- WindowShineTR-v12.4 TextureReplacer v2.5.4 ModuleManager 2.7.6 Mod Support packs (for KSP 1.3+) Thank you @miromed! Dropbox folder Mod support pack installation: Check the Dropbox folder and make sure your mod is supported Install your mod Install WindowShine Install the mod support pack How to add reflections to your own mods License: Link Shameless plug: If you've enjoyed this mod you might also like the other stuff in my signature! - I hope you enjoy.
  5. Kronus_Aerospace

    Stock SR-71 Small Scale

    This craft is a full stock 2:7 scale replica of the SR-71 Blackbird. This craft has Spark engine afterburners, which necessitate the use of infinite fuel. The craft is very slow unfortunately, but is decently maneuverable. This craft was built purely for aesthetics, and true to form for me it has an absurd part count for its minuscule size. This craft was originally built some time ago, and was recently retrofitted. Ideally I would rebuild the craft from scratch as it’s old infrastructure was a constant obstacle to the redesigns. Given more time a full revamp would be more accurate and have better performance. In the future I may revisit a mini SR-71 again. Download: Part Count: 405 Craft Mass: 11.12 tonnes
  6. AVeryNiceSpacePenguin


    The DC-10 Something dangerous in the sky... The Might of Three Rolls Royce engines propell the aircraft through the sky. Taxiing..
  7. AVeryNiceSpacePenguin

    Λ uɹnʇɐS

    Λ uɹnʇɐS ʎʇɥƃᴉW ǝɥ┴ uooW ǝɥʇ oʇ ɥʇɹɐƎ ɯoɹɟ ʍǝlɟ ʇI ǝɯᴉʇ ɹᴉǝɥʇ uɐ sɹno ɹoɟ ǝuᴉɥɔɐɯ snolǝʌɹɐɯ ɐ puɐ 'ʇɐǝɟ ƃuᴉɹǝǝuᴉƃuǝ ʎʇɥƃᴉɯ ɐ sɐʍ Λ uɹnʇɐS ǝɥʇ 'ƃuᴉɹǝǝuᴉƃuǝ ɟo ʇɥƃᴉɯ ∀ ¡ɟɟoʇɟᴉ˥ pu∀
  8. The Hot Rod of the European Theater Here's my first successful propeller plane ever, and its a doozy! Thanks to incessant... encouragement... from @HolidayTheLeek, I decided to take on the challenge of replicating one of history's most iconic fighter aircraft. This P-51D is a bit of a monster as far as first stock props go. It's 319 parts, and 14.3 tons at takeoff, and is powered by a grand total of 22 SAS wheels. Despite all this, is is rather agile in the air, and quick off the ground. It cruises easily at 40m/s, and can reach 50m/s without too much trouble. That's all to say that my favorite thing about this craft is the takeoff and landing procedure. There's just something else about lifting the tailwheel off the ground and accelerating just a bit more, to the point that the plane just lifts off the ground. Landing is the same in reverse: kill the prop thrust and let it pinwheel while you glide down to a balance on the main gear, before settling down onto the tail wheel and applying brakes. If you want to experience this for yourself, I can confirm that you don't need any experience with props to fly this thing. More detailed flying instructions are on the KerbalX page:
  9. tehmattguy

    Stock Proton K/D

    Proton The Proton was born as the "UR-500", a two-stage super heavy ICBM. With the addition of a third stage it was reworked to serve as a heavy launch platform for the Soviet Union. It was then named "Proton-K" after some of its first payloads, the Proton satellites. In its decades of service it launched a wide array of missions, from space stations to interplanetary probes and landers. The K/D version uses the "Block D" upper stage in its stack. This stage was originally used to boost unmanned Zond spacecraft around the moon. It was later used to boost probes as far as Mars and Venus. (Left) Proton K/DM carrying the EchoStar VIII satellite launched in 2002. (Right) My Proton K/D replica built in KSP at 3/4 scale. Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4, Block D If you'd like to see the rest of the mission (Venera 9) you can read about it here: The craft was built in stock KSP v1.5.1, using 493 parts. Stage timings written in the description. Download here: D-1.craft?dl=0
  10. AVeryNiceSpacePenguin

    Gates LearJet 24B

    So, this is my Learjet replica. So, i'm rich.. kinda.
  11. 看到这里比较冷清,来发个主题 用的是Postimage.org的图床,也不知道能不能正确显示 已换imgchr Screenshots: 游戏版本:1.5.1 由于我的电脑性能不太好,在制造过程中很卡顿,本来还想加点其他原版组件武器(已经有了两艘舰载战斗机和三枚发射架导弹),由于卡顿最后还是放弃了 先开启液体燃料发动机,待到氧化剂耗尽后再开启核子发动机,能够拥有9000左右的Delta-V 只是一艘观赏用飞船,不能用来打架, 舰载机的弹药为一个分离环加上两个固体推进器,也没有半点破坏力 大概1700parts steam创意工坊链接: 祝您愉快
  12. Naval Battle League Test your naval prowess in this extravaganza of Battleships, Bombs, and Booms. Rules Rules are mandatory in order to play and be counted on the league table 1- Battles are conducted by exchanging save or persistence files over sharing sites. 2- Each player takes it in turns to engage one target with one ship. Any number of ships may be moved in said turn. 3- Ships engage in order of tonnage, lightest to heaviest. Once all ships are used the cycle repeats. 4- The team with the last ship wins. Ties can be declared with both team's approval. 5- Screenshots or videos documenting all moves are needed to complete a turn. 6- Any mods which affect craft or persistence files are forbidden. 7- No quick-loading except in cases of game bugs. 8- All moves must be done manually, without the aid of autopilots. Previous Iterations Guidelines Guidelines are opt out additions to the rules to create as fair and free from exploits a stage as possible. 1- A ship is officially considered dead when the main body of the ship is incapable of fulfilling two of three goals unaided from other ships or on-board weapons... +Sustaining power +Moving +Firing weapons. 2- Weapons can only be fired from the original ship core and must be used within the the same turn that they are fired. 3- Players are not allowed to control enemy craft. 4- Players are not allowed to intentionally edit the orbit of enemy craft via weapons fire or any other method. 5- Any number of ships may be moved in a turn but only one may attack. 6- Ramming is disallowed. 7- Stealing is allowed under the pretense that the parent ship is dead and the items are disconnected from it. 8- Weapons must be fired between 5000 and 15 meters. 9- Surface to orbit weapons may be fired once per turn if applicable,and are exempt from Guideline 8. 10- A team may forfeit a turn at any point. Carriers Additional Guidelines to ensure carriers remain balanced in combat. 1- The total mass of carriers includes fighters and any other items being carried. 2- Carrier fighters have a mass limit of 15 tons, anything heavier will be included as a seperate ship. 3- Carriers will take their turn at the beginning of a cycle. 4- Fighters may be released from any distance but the fighters must still abide to Guideline 8. 5- Carriers may not use heavy armor on a majority of their area. 6- All fighters must return to the carrier by the end of the turn. 7- Carriers can not use their own offensive weapons. Settings -Body -Guideline exclusions -Maximum number of craft -Maximum total combined mass (These are recommended to be negotiated) Scoreboard MiffedStarfish: 3(5) Spartwo: 1(1) Alphasus: 0(3) Skriptkitt3h: 0(2) Quasarrgames: 0(2) DarkOwl57: -1(1) Sdj64: -1(1) Servo: -1(1) Shadowgoat: -1(2) Username: Score(number of battles) -1 from total for a loss +1 for a win 0 for a tie. Numbers increase according to the amount of players... -1/1 -1/0/1 -2/-1/1/2 -2/-1/0/1/2 ...and so on. Please @, quote, or PM me having completed a battle for updates to scoring Discord There was a demand.
  13. rawghi

    Binary Aerospace

    CURRENT ACTIVITIES PERSEUS PROGRAM - METEOR PROGRAM - HORIZON PROGRAM - SUMMIT PROGRAM Company Informations Introduction Operating Facilities Qualification Process Company Profile Kerbonauts Roster The Kerbal Space Center Programs Newsfeed April 8th 2018 April 12th 2018 April 16th 2018 April 20th 2018 April 26th 2018 May 5th 2018 May 7th 2018 May 9th 2018 May 11th 2018 May 16th 2018 Additional Content Current mods and game version Products Space Division (hangar on KerbalX) COMET LAUNCHERS SERIES Jet Laboratories (hangar on KerbalX) A-1 AEROJET F-3 FALCON B-4 RAVEN D-5 WATCHMAN
  14. History of Spaceflight Contract Pack for Stock/RSS/RO/RP-0/RP-1 This mod aims to basically transcribe the entire NASA Master Catalog into missions for Stock/RO/RP-0/RP-1. This project initially started as an expansion pack to Whitecat106's popular Historic Missions contract pack, but after he quit I decided to rewrite the entire mod from start to finish. This mod will feature and expanded 1942-1958 contract set of sounding rockets from all over the world. Plus complete mission sets (including failures) of every spaceflight launched to date(when completed). It also has more accurate orbital specifications for you to reach including historical Apogee, Perigee, and Inclination(RSS Version). Since there will most likely be two version of Realistic Progression, RP-0 and RP-1. I will be making a version of this mod for both RP-0 and RP-1. Currently playing through the beta of RP-1 and collecting historical rocket costs and rollout costs to balance RP-1. The main balancing and release of the RP-1 version won't be until after an official RP-1 version has been released. Currently this mod contains 670 contracts for RSS/RP-0. and 622 contracts for Stock. It contains every mission (might be missing a few but still adding) from the time frames 1942-1967, basically the first 25 years of spaceflight, and contains: - 53 Pre-Sputnik sounding rocket and ballistic missile contracts including but not limited to : A-Series, Aerobee series, Deacon, Corporal, Hermes 1-3, Kappa 1-6, Veronique, X-17, Cajun, Wasserfall, RTV-A-2/ RTV-A-3, Terrapin, Nike series, Eole, Deacon, Skylark-1, R-Series, Thor, Redstone, Atlas, Jupiter and more. NASA Master Catalog USA Missions 1942 to 1967 Ats (3) OGO (2) Gemini (17) MISC (32) Biosatellite (3) OSO (2) Mercury (10) Midas (10) ERS (3) Pegasus (3) Missile Tests (7) Samos (11) Explorer (41) Pioneer (11) DMSP (6) Ferret (7) GGSE (3) Ranger (9) Echo (3) Corona (17) Lunar Orbiter (2) Solrad (7) Intelsat (2) Discoverer (39) Mariner (4) SECOR (8) LES (4) GambitKH7 (36) Vanguard (11) Surveyor (2) Syncom (3) GambitKH8 (9) Transit (22) Vela (3) Telstar (2) Tiros (10) launcher tests (15) ESSA (6) Soviet Missions Sputnik (3) Vostok/Korabl-Sputnik (11) Kosmos (123) Missile Tests (7) Elektron (3) Polyot (2) Zond (3) Marsnik (2) Luna (21) Mars (2) Molniya (4) Proton (3) Venera (6) Voskhod (3) China Missions Dongfeng-1 (3)S (5)RSS Dongfeng-2 (3)S (5)RSS Dongfeng-3 (3)S (5) RSS Dongfeng-4 (3)S (5) RSS Canada Italy United Kingdom Japan Alouette (2) San Marcos (1) Ariel (2) Lambda (2) Blue Water (1) Kappa (6) More info and screenshots to follow. Currently testing and balancing what is done right now and Version 1.0 will be released once that is complete. Should take a few more weeks to finish that off barring any unforeseen catastrophes. How to install History of Spaceflight: 1. unzip contract packs to a new folder 2. Choose which version you want to play. Either RSS/RP-0 mod or Stock 3. Copy the HistoryofSpaceflight folder into your KSP game directory under GameData/ContractPacks 4. When updating to a new version it's best to delete the previously installed HistoryofSpaceflight as well as ModuleManager.ConfigCache, and ModuleManager.ConfigSHA from your GameData folder to make sure it loads the new contracts that were added. License: This pack and associated plugin is Licensed under CC-BY-NC-SA-4.0. The beta for Stock/RO/RP-0 is available here- GitHub Also Spacedock, and Curse Report Issues Here Incompatible with Kerbalism or any other historical contract pack. Do not install these mods with this History of Spaceflight or you will have issues! Requires: Thanks to @Whitecat106 for his hard work on Historical Contracts. A few of his contracts were helpful in understanding the bugs in my own for the early parts of writing this mod. This is my first attempt at a mod and my coding skills are pretty basic. I'm learning as I'm going. I do have a lot of free time though as I am disabled and unable to work a job. So expect a lot of work coming out in the next few months as my condition permits. Websites referenced to make this mod: Encyclopedia Astronautica Gunter's Space Page Spacecraft Encyclopedia National Space Science Data Center Spacecraft Search Wikipedia
  15. 全是原版组件/All stock parts, 不过有张加了后期特效 (以后做了更多的再更新话题) Panzers Mothership releasing scouts Hyena(a fighter in game "Star Conflict") Radar Communication ship Frigate launching missiles 本人英语不太好有可能有错误,欢迎指正
  16. Rover 6428

    Hawk MK2 (plane)

    A very agile plane for KSP 1.5.1 Pros: Very maneuverable full stock nice range has an autopilot Cons: slow to accelerate quite big I have no images of it right now, but they will be added later on
  17. Kronus_Aerospace

    ANY Symmetry Number Using a Stock Glitch

    The Symmetry Glitch Description: In this topic I will explain a method for multiplying symmetry numbers that allows you to use a practically infinite range of symmetry numbers. The symmetry glitch involves how the game handles symmetry numbers, say you place a part with symmetry, such boosters on a rocket with 4 way symmetry, and you try to attach fins to those boosters with 2 way symmetry, upon doing so the game will automatically jump the symmetry number up to 4. This phenomenon is utilized in the glitch. By placing daughter parts on a parent part with symmetry, and then placing that parent part on a grand parent part with symmetry, the daughter parts are placed with multiple layers of symmetry, often creating far more than the maximum of 8 normally allowed. If you try to place a new part on the daughter parts, the symmetry number will jump up to however many daughter parts there are. This new part can then be placed on the grandparent part , and the abnormally high symmetry value will remain.(or any other part as long as it too is not attached with symmetry, as that will cause the symmetry number to jump to that value) From this information you can imagine the potential range of symmetry numbers: 3 x 6 = 18, 8 x 8 =64, 6 x 8 = 48, etc. Pressing the symmetry number will reset it back to 1 regardless of whatever symmetry value you currently have. However ctrl+x still reduces the symmetry number by 1. Meaning, if you started with 64 way symmetry you could press ctrl+x to get a symmetry value of 63, or 62, 61, 60, etc, all the way down until you get to 8. With the inclusion of a great-grandparent part you could even stack this effect on top of itself, and you can keep going from there. Though be warned, it's easy to crash your game by accidentally going way to high, taking this effect above symmetry numbers of 1000 is not recommended. This is a great tool for anyone who doesn't want to use too many building mods. Though for all it's greatness, you still can't do 5 or 7 way symmetry with it. Procedure: Here I will give a step by step procedure for those who are still having trouble. I will demonstrate how to do 64 way symmetry, although the procedure is the same for any symmetry number -1: Start with a grand parent part, this part will have all of the other parts attached to. This can be anything as long is you can radially attach parts to it, though I recommend that it be something large. You could also simply use the body of whatever craft you may be using this glitch on for this purpose. -2: Attach a parent part anywhere on the grandparent part. It doesn't really matter where as long as you only attach a single part. this part can be anything as long as you can radially attach parts to it, but I personally prefer to use Oscar tanks. -3: Attach a daughter part to the parent part with 8 way symmetry. this part can be anything as long as you can radially attach parts to it. Here again I prefer to use more Oscar Tanks. -4: Detach the parent part and reattach it to the grandparent part with 8 way symmetry. This will result in a total of 64 of the daughter parts -5: Attach a part to the daughter part, it could be anything but in this instance it is yet another Oscar Tank. It should be noted that you don't actually have to place this new part, as long as you mouse over the daughter parts the glitch will trigger. -6: Now place this new part on to the grandparent part, be careful not to mouse over the parent part or any other part on the craft that is placed with symmetry, as described above that will revert the glitch. At this point you can remove the parent and daughter parts, as they have served their purpose. And Voila! You have a part attached with 64 way symmetry, as described above you can reduce the symmetry value in increments of 1 to whatever you'd like. You can also attach any other parts and they will attach correctly with no further glitchy-ness. The game can even handle things like decouplers and engines attached this way. ASK QUESTIONS! If you are need of any further help or have other questions feel free to ask. This glitch can be done and used in various different ways, and I find it to be quite useful. I discovered this glitch around a year ago by accident and have been using it frequently ever since. It can be quite useful when making things like base 10 mechanisms or large circular designs. Have fun poking the kraken with this great building tool!
  18. this enterprise almost blows up my computer, I have only 1 fps inside the SPH, and also 1 fps above the KSC. are there any suggestions for my enterprise? plus: my English is not good, so if I misuse some words which makes you upset, please let me know, thanks!
  19. KerbalX link: video link: Steam Workshop: Strongly advice adding the SSTU pack to make the fairings looks prettier.
  20. Kronus_Aerospace

    Stock P&W R-4360 Propeller

    This is a stock 1:1 scale replica of the Pratt & Whitney R-4360 Wasp Major propeller engine. This engine utilizes 40 1.25 meter reaction wheels and produces a modest 230 kN of thrust. The bearing is very strong, and the engine is extremely smooth when operating. Its root-part is a large girder, allowing it to be easily attached to another craft. It should be noted that the thrust value mentioned is when the blades are set to maximize stationary thrust. Download Link: Part Count: 94 (93 without decoupler) Mass: 11.42 tonnes
  21. This craft is a full stock super-scale fighter craft. This craft was heavily inspired by various Sukhoi fighters, most notably the Su-57. Though it isn't too speedy, this craft is highly maneuverable and is capable of ultra short take off, requiring only 1 of its own body-lengths to take off. This craft was a fairly difficult build, as the geometry of the body is much more complex than what I normally build. Due to the craft's complexity and large size, it unfortunately requires Unbreakable Joints in order to survive hard maneuvers. Download Link: Part Count: 999
  22. Scarecrow

    F4 Phantom

    Welcome to my semi-scale F4 Phantom. Not intended to be a true scale replica, but hopefully giving the feel and flavour of the legendary Phantom, this version is easy to fly and completely stock. Only 2 action group keys to remember : 1 toggles the afterburner on and off and 4 toggles the ladder. That's it. Once launched on the runway, turn on SAS, throttle up and stage the engine. With no further user input, the Phantom will take off at around 110 - 120 m/s. What could be easier? Download the craft file from KerbalX
  23. Full Scale, Full Stock, Full Function On April 21, 1981, STS Columbia launched for the first time. Just as Yuri Gagarin’s first flight exactly 20 years earlier, Columbia opened up a new era of space flight. The Shuttle provided an unparalleled capability to service satellites in orbit, providing a flexible base of operations for seven astronauts for two weeks in low earth orbit. It is not too much of an exaggeration to say that without the shuttle we wouldn’t have Hubble, the ISS, and many, many scientific advancements. About the replica This craft began about five months ago, as I realized that I was rapidly approaching 100 craft uploads on KerbalX. I wanted something BIG to mark the milestone. This craft went through two major revisions, and countless minor revisions. Of note, this craft wouldn’t be where it is without the help of @HB Stratos who took my poorly made cargo bay and made it work 100% of the time. Additionally, this craft deserved a proper craft video. I'm really proud of it, give it a watch: Flight Manual Launch Orbital and Payload Operations Reentry and Landing Download Link Enjoy! This is a difficult craft to fly, but I promise you, it's well worth it.
  24. Rover 6428


    AIM: Make a stock ship that would be able to deliver cargo of ore to Laythe from Kerbin. RULES: The ship must be fully stock, no cheating, the cargo must survive, no abusing of the game engine, if manned: it must have some living space and crew must survive, the whole cargo must be carried by one ship PS: (empty fuel tanks may be removed, but apart from them and the cargo containers, all of the ship must survive (fuel tanks cannot make up the whole of the ship.) PPS: ("ship" starts only after it is in LKO, the lifting stage can be dumped) Challenge modes: Participation award: just get to Laythe Noob mode: take your time, land safely 10 tons of ore to Laythe. Easy mode: maximum time 5 yrs, land safely 20 tons of ore to Laythe Hard mode: max time 4 yrs, land safely 30 tons of ore to Laythe, land on land, ship must survive, must be manned Super hard mode: max time 3 yrs, land safely 60 tons of ore, land on land, ship must survive and return safely, must be manned Matt Lowne mode: impress me
  25. Is there a way to make functioning, preferably electric, propeller engines in the stock game, without having them be a separate craft? I know of one youtuber who built a cool fan boat, but his design required stage separating the propeller assembly and controlling it as a separate craft. I'm looking for a way to propel an amphibious base on Eve's bodies of explodium, so jet engines are out of the question, and rockets would be extremely inefficient.