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  1. Hello all, today i'mma make a thread about, random science facts! What do you do? Post some random science facts! Thanks to the people at for inspiring me to make this thread! I'll start: Some fun facts about light and shadows that may answer some questions. A electron can move faster than light in water. Photonic booms, sonic booms but with light instead of sound, are possible, and exist. Light has force. It can move things. You technically weigh more under light than in darkness, that the city of Chicago weighs pounds more on a sunny day, and light can move a spacecraft travelling from Earth to Mars 1,000 km off course. The brightest point of a shadow of a circular object is the middle. Sources and more information:
  2. The Gemini Replica Thread Here is a place to put all your Gemini replicas, as well as unused propoals (i.e. Big Gemini) An excerpt from the Wikipedia page about project Gemini: Project Gemini was NASA's second human spaceflight program. Conducted between projects Mercury and Apollo, Gemini started in 1961 and concluded in 1966. The Gemini spacecraft carried a two-astronaut crew. Ten Gemini crews flew low Earth orbit (LEO) missions during 1965 and 1966, putting the United States in the lead during the Cold War Space Race against the Soviet Union. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Gemini ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Here is my list of Gemini recreations! (All stock) This is one is one of my first. Not exactly first, but, it is the first time I used the Communitron 88-88 as a sort of "Multi Layer Inlusation Foil". This is one is orbiting the Mun, as part of a contract to get science data from around the Mun. Onto advanced Gemini, we see here a Centaur upper satage docked with Gemini. As Kerbin is a little bit small, this craft would be overkill for a Mun orbit and landing. Instead I sent it to Duna, and land there instead. (Note that I did put an SPS engine in the back) Since KSP models planets a lot smaller than in real life (what is that?), the Titan II that I recreated had enough Delta V to send a Gemini capule, adapter tank and engine to the Mun. So technically it actually is a Gemini Direct Ascent craft . And the Titan II craft which delivers most of my Gemini craft into low orbit. I remember there was a thread about the Titan rocket family, but forgot where it went. I should post the link at the bottom when I find the thread. And Finaly, the last image, showing a Gemini rescuing a stricken Lunar Ascent Stage being rescued by a Gemini Space Craft (No Anti-Aliasing, so all pictures look like MS-DOS games)
  3. Hello folks, just a pair of questions . 1) I see that many people link in their signatures the forum threads related with their own addons. Some of these links are in the form forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/thread/6digits but, when I enter my own thread http://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/topic/155653-wip122-realisticcomponents-suite-02-02-17/, I get this very long and bad URL; this is pretty annoying, also because it contains the title of my thread, which changes from time to time because I like to put there the date of my last update. How can I obtain the 6-digit code to refer to the thread independently of its title? 2) My RealisticComponents Suite is still WIP. As soon as I move to the release, do I have to keep the WIP thread in Add-on Development and create in parallel a new thread in Add-on Releases, or is it better to delete the one in Add-on Development and keep just the new Add-on Releases thread? Thanks in advance!
  4. Here is the Unofficial Official Motivation Thread! You can post pictures etc, let me start it off! It took an unusually long time to make this. Sorry if it looks bad I'm not good at Fireworks. Also! Special Thanks to @legoclone09 For giving me this idea! By the way, all photos are allowed e.g. KSP, Funny, Etc.
  5. It's always exciting when you see one of your threads was stickied. Share your stories about your first sticky here! Mine was "A guide to the change to the forums" right here in the kerbal network, right after the new forums came out.