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Salus: A J1407b Analogue [1.7.3]

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Salus: A J1407b Analogue [1.7.3]

 

What does this mod add?

  • Salus: A large gas giant out past Jool with the largest rings Kerbals have ever seen. It is thought that a close encounter with a rogue planet gave its orbit its inclination, as well as its current ring system. Visit soon, they're not expected to last for much longer. They've already begun collapsing into moons.
    • Dauble: An icy world harboring a subsurface ocean, with plumes spraying out world-wide. Dauble is nested inside Salus's rings, providing quite the skyline.
    • Dulus: A small moon orbiting rather close to Dauble. This flattened moon is collecting material from Salus's rings across its equator forming a massive equatorial ridge. Don't slip!
    • Duran: A captured asteroid that orbits far from Salus, well past its rings. It's inclined orbit gives the best possible view of Salus. Be sure to bring your camera!

Pictures

Spoiler

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Dependencies: 

  • Kopernicus

https://spacedock.info/mod/2250/Salus - A J1407b Analogue

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1 hour ago, alberro+ said:

What’s up with Dalys’ north and south poles?!

Honestly I wish I knew. The heightmap must have a white pixel near the poles, or there might have been an issue with a seam that made them. I find them a tad too amusing to remove though.

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