ManEatingApe Posted July 23, 2020 Share Posted July 23, 2020 (edited) RSVP RSVP is a kOS library that finds orbital launch windows then creates maneuver nodes to make the transfer. The acronym stands for "Rendezvous s’il vous plaît", a playful pun on the regular meaning of the phrase. This library enables players to make automated low delta-v transfers between two planets or vessels in-game, either directly from their own kOS scripts or from the kOS console. It provides a script-able alternative to existing tools, such as the excellent web based Launch Window Planner or the snazzy MechJeb Maneuver Planner. Features Integrates with your kOS scripts. Creates departure and arrival maneuver nodes. Supports rendezvous between vessels, planets, moons, asteroids and comets. Adapts to planetary packs such as Galileo's Planet Pack, Outer Planets Mods and JNSQ. See these features in action: Links Download Documentation Dependency: kOS 1.2.0 or greater Source Code GPL-3.0 License Quickstart Acquire latest version of rsvp.zip from download link. Unzip into <KSP install location>/Ships/Script directory. This step adds the library to the kOS archive volume, making it available to all vessels. Launch a craft into a stable orbit of Kerbin. Run this script from the craft: set config:ipu to 2000. runoncepath("0:/rsvp/main.ks"). local options is lexicon("create_maneuver_nodes", "both", "verbose", true). rsvp:goto(duna, options). This will find the next transfer window from Kerbin to Duna then create the corresponding maneuver nodes necessary to make the journey. Additionally it will print details to the console during the search. Edited February 18 by ManEatingApe Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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