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  1. Hi Mikki. Good to see you around. Happy landings!
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  5. I am so doing this! I've been working on a Jool 5 design for a while now. It's almost ready, I think. Happy landings!
  6. But it was mentioned. Happy landings!
  7. Hello DanW and welcome to the forum! Your thread has been moved here from KSP2 Discussion. This is a known bug which the dev team has acknowledged they are working on. The fix is, unfortunately, not in the lastest update. Happy landings!
  8. Hello @gabcool50 and welcome to the forum! Here's a couple of biplanes I found around the forum after a quick search. Happy landings!
  9. Hello @Titan2076 and welcome to the forum! I wish you the best in making your mod. Happy landings!
  10. Because it's a game. Happy landings!
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  14. This is exactly the sort of thing I would expect given the time scales we are discussing. This is a matter of frame of reference, it seems to me. KSP uses the plane of the ecliptic as the reference. I am speculating that there is no correlation between the ecliptic planes of various star systems. So, when looking at a new star system, the reference frame could be chosen based on that system's ecliptic plane. When choosing, it would purely be a matter of convenience which way you have the planets orbiting. Axes. Well, we already have axial tilt so, in theory, it would seem that these could easily be added simply by specifying their axial tilt as 180 degrees. Happy landings!
  15. And another hearty rewelcome to you! Tylo landing is one of the bigger challenges in KSP. Congratulations! Happy landings!
  16. No worries. This idea looks fun. Also, welcome to the forum!
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  18. Since this is a video rather than a screenshot it has been split off from the Cool Screenshots thread and since it is a tutorial it has been placed here. Forum Moderation Team
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  20. It's all about interaction with the surface. If you don't want to land on or take off from a planet/moon or map its surface, then axial tilt can safely be ignored. I don't have an exact quote handy, but I believe they said the Kerbol system would remain mostly the same and I don't recall any specific mention of axial tilt. In any case, it's not really a large change. Take a trip from Kerbin to Minmus as an example. Imagine that Minmus' orbit has zero inclination while Kerbin has a 7 degree axial tilt. It's the exact same problem as the real case in the game where Kerbin has no axial tilt, but Minmus has 7 degrees inclination. Happy landings!
  21. In fact, Moho has 7 degrees axial tilt, Dres has 13.6, and Eeloo has 33 degrees tilt, among others. Kerbin, Mun, and Minmus have 0 axial tilt. Happy landings!
  22. Hello @Questor30 and welcome to the forum! KSP has captivated many players who love science and enjoy learning. I hope you enjoy your time here as much as I have. Happy landings!
  23. Check out this thread. Happy landings!
  24. The last few days have allowed me to squeeze in a bit of KSP2 time so I worked on the weekly challenge and built and moved a space station. Here's the first module, containing some fuel, some docking ports, some antennae, and a cupola for taking in the views. And here is the second module being docked to the first one. And here is the launch of the interplanetary tug. And here is the station in Duna orbit. Now all it needs is a lander. And maybe some kerbals. Happy landings!
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