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  1. Screenshots JNSQ Of the French phrase "Je Ne Sais Quoi," meaning "Something (such as an appealing quality) that cannot be adequately described or expressed," JNSQ seeks to be a finely crafted and freshly challenging planet pack. "Galileo's Planet Pack (GPP)" as many have come to know, has broken many conventions and raised the bar very high for high-quality, challenging, career-friendly, and long-term thrilling planet packs. But now it is regarded as only a stepping stone next to this. Everything that Team Galileo has done for and learned from GPP, has been or is being put into practi
  2. a thread to confess all the horrible, awful, no good, terrible things you've done in KSP, Kerbals, and to Kerbal Kind.
  3. WHAT GOES UP Table of Contents: PROLOGUE PART ONE: CONSTRUCTION CHAPTER ONE CHAPTER TWO CHAPTER THREE CHAPTER FOUR CHAPTER FIVE CHAPTER SIX CHAPTER SEVEN CHAPTER EIGHT CHAPTER NINE CHAPTER TEN PART TWO: LONG REACH CHAPTER ELEVEN CHAPTER TWELVE CHAPTER THIRTEEN CHAPTER FOURTEEN --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PROLOGUE For decades status quo for spaceflight has been taking the most complicated, expensive and advanced fly
  4. The goal of this challenge is to go on as impressive a trip as possible using only the S4-512 tank as fuel. The largest tank in the Making History expansion and current heaviest part in the game. Rules: No mining. You may have as much or little Electric Charge and Ablator as desired. You may start with the tank less than full if you want. No Ore, Xenon, Monopropellant, or excess Liquid Fuel and Oxidizer is permitted. No glitch-powered reactionless drives. No fuel transfer to other tanks by any mechanism. A Kerbal has to land somewhere to count. The fu
  5. Lunokhod 1 For the anniversary of the launch of Luna 17 I present to you: stock replicas of Lunokhod 1 and Luna 17! Built at 75% scale to fit on my Proton K/D (included below). It took a lot of fiddling to get the stock hinges working and they're a bit of an eyesore but I still think it turned out well enough. Also, it took a lot of reading to get some of the details right so I hope you don't mind if I regale you with my newfound knowledge. Lunokhod 1 was a Soviet lunar rover launched on November 10, 1970. It was carried to the Moon by the Luna 17 lander, which was launched atop a Pr
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