tehmattguy Posted May 22, 2019 Share Posted May 22, 2019 (edited) Been working on a series of custom space modules and capsules for a new space station I'm building. Each module has an interior space, accessible through custom "open" docking ports. Each port consists of a 1.25m decoupler and a clamp-o-tron jr. The 1.25m decoupler is used for the hole in its collision mesh, which is just large enough for a kerbal to squeeze through. The idea is to create a station using these ports, to allow kerbals to move between modules internally. The final station will have an uninterrupted, fully navigable interior. Crews will be flown to the station in the Unnamed Space Ferry. Seats 6 kerbonauts inside an aerodynamic fairing. It uses a custom docking port-based hatch that can be opened and closed from within a fairing. Any resemblance to actual spacecrafts, active or retired, is purely coincidental. Docked to the USS (Untitled Space Station) Each docking port on this station uses Elevon-based doors to keep the part count low Ferry hatch opening. Initiating crew transfer with the help of a ladder. Inside the USS node module. Connects up to 6 modules at a time. Somewhat claustrophobic, however. Transferred to the service module. The more spacious space module. I have more modules in the works, will update in the future. Thanks for viewing! Edited May 22, 2019 by tehmattguy Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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