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7 hours ago, KerballingSmasher said:

@dok_377 That’s a big RUD! What happened?

I was testing the way to remove struts from the landed booster with KAS, but with the way the stock struts work, my way of doing it wasn't safe, apparently. When I moved one end of the strut, the other end was still considered "attached". The game didn't like that, to say the least. I found way better ways of doing so since. 

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17 hours ago, dok_377 said:

I was testing the way to remove struts from the landed booster with KAS, but with the way the stock struts work, my way of doing it wasn't safe, apparently. When I moved one end of the strut, the other end was still considered "attached". The game didn't like that, to say the least. I found way better ways of doing so since. 

I thought you were laying out all the parts from your Rokea “Röckêt” flat pack, trying to find all the 15C screws and the ubiquitous Allen key...

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During a particularly slow docking, I accidentally time warped the shuttle inside the station.

the resulting explosion was really spectacular and well worth reloading the game, though. having a really big ship meant lots of lag, and that allowed me to capture the explosion in slow motion

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So, this isn't a phenomenal picture, but last time I played you couldn't do this.  Any of this.  Well, flags have been around for quite a bit, but it's crazy how many things that used to be mods are now stock in one way or another.

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So people kept comparing my spacecraft to fictional submarine vessels (cough... subnautica... cough). The next step was inevitable I think. Introducing the first terrestrial vehicle department of ASE (my fictional spacecraft company :cool:). It is the first KSP submarine I build and I had a lot to learn. Turboprops don't work under water sadly :( and getting the balance between control and stability is very tricky. It helped to stop thinking of it as a sub but instead as an inverted zeppelin. The craft is still a work in progress but it maneuvers really well (for a sub) already. I hope to share the craft soon. Thinking of perhaps recording a cinematic of a mission I'm planning for it. Not sure yet whether I'll take it to Eve or Laythe though.

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If you install the correct visual mods and turn up terrain detail up to maximum, Duna can look quite beautiful. Seen here is a small manned rover driving towards a large hill, with a lander in the distance.

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A riff on the the original Apollo Applications Program concept for the Apollo Telescope Mount. I substitued small space station parts in place of a heavily modified LEM.

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