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Hello, I'm playing KSP with the realism overhaul mods installed, and the thing is that I was wondering if there is any mod that allows you to control a probe witch has no more antenna conection than a crewed vessel witch has no conection with the earth. For example control a rover on the martian surface from a martian base witch has no connection to the earth.  Thanks in advance!

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There is a way to do this with remotetech, you need a station/base with at least 6 kerbals and a special probe core (i don't know which). The remotetech wiki tells you how, or in realism overhaul it might just be any probe core.

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1 hour ago, Llac said:

Hello, I'm playing KSP with the realism overhaul mods installed, and the thing is that I was wondering if there is any mod that allows you to control a probe witch has no more antenna conection than a crewed vessel witch has no conection with the earth. For example control a rover on the martian surface from a martian base witch has no connection to the earth.  Thanks in advance!

Yes you can.In specific module you need to add these lines:

MODULE
{
 name = ModuleCommand

 requiresTelemetry = false
 SignalRequired = false
}

With these,you can control your probe without a signal and you need additional module:

MODULE
{
 name = ModuleProbeControlPoint
 minimumCrew = 0 //number of crew required for control
 multiHop = true
}

which will control your probe.

You can do this with MM for specific probe or for all.

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4 hours ago, sebi.zzr said:

Yes you can.In specific module you need to add these lines:

MODULE
{
 name = ModuleCommand

 requiresTelemetry = false
 SignalRequired = false
}

With these,you can control your probe without a signal and you need additional module:

MODULE
{
 name = ModuleProbeControlPoint
 minimumCrew = 0 //number of crew required for control
 multiHop = true
}

which will control your probe.

You can do this with MM for specific probe or for all.

Thanks sebi.zzr, I'll try that! 

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