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Andi K.

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    Constellation Configurator
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    Exoplanetology, astronomy, astrobiology, alternate histrory

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  1. Hola. Con suerte puedo hablar español . El mod en su estado actual es muy viejo. Hace mucho tiempo que no lo actualizo. Me imagino que no funciona con tu versión de KSP, o las versiones de otros mods que usas. Recomiendo que no uses este mod antes de que yo lo actualice otra vez. Si realmente querés jugar con el mod, deberías usarlo con la versión 1.81 de KSP. Lanzá el juego con solo REX y sus dependencias, y ve si todavía sale ese error. Y para mis amigos que no hablan español:
  2. You put "extrasolar" as one of the tags for this thread, absolutely unforgivable XD
  3. The capitalization doesn't actually matter. As @moar ssto said, if viewing the planets from the tracking station, some may looked bugged. When you are actually in the system, the planet should look normal from the map view and from space. This is basically exactly what I've heard. A lot of it is just the media hyping it up. Whatever is going on in these systems could very well be something completely different than exomoons. It's pretty early to jump to the conclusion that these are even exomoon candidates.
  4. @moar sstoI've been messing around in REX, and it looks like the problem you described is a glitch due to using the debug menu to get into low orbit. If you wanna test out the planets, try using the debug menu to put yourself in a high orbit, save, reload, and then put yourself into a lower orbit and glide to the surface. I think you should have better luck that way. Using the set orbit thing, like hyperedit, can cause glitches with planets that are far away. It's really just a finicky thing that I don't have much control over. However, if you actually travel to these planets legitimately, I don't think this problem will persist.
  5. Considering that I haven't updated this since 1.2.2, you can safely assume this mod is mostly dead
  6. The problem is I'm not seeing this same issue on my own install, so I need to be able to replicate exactly what you did, including the location you landed on since you said in some areas it's glitched while in others it is not. Also, what you're describing seems like an issue that would be solved by saving and reloading, which is why I think it's weird that you said that didn't do anything. There's really not much I can do if I do what you're describing and I don't experience the same issue.
  7. @moar sstoBasically exactly what @AloE said. If you can provide the specific longitude and latitude of the locations that cause you your spacecraft to crash into an invisible surface, that will allow me to exactly replicate what you are doing.
  8. Yes, eventually I'll update this to 1.9./1.10. I currently don't have any plans to add more stars.
  9. Time to address a bunch of comments here! I know I haven't been attentive to my KSP mods... Thank you very much for this! I was planning on adding Kerbalism compatibility, and you beat me to it! Unfortunately, Principia doesn't like interstellar mods. I wish I could make REX compatible with Principia too! Can you show me a screenshot of what you seeing? I often see stuff like this when I use hyperedit.
  10. I'm sorry I have not been attentive to this mod (or Real Exoplanets for that matter). Real life sucks, and I also have a Skyrim mod I've been putting a lot of time into. I was in the middle of working on an update for Extrasolar a few months ago, so I'll try to complete that. As for people who are maybe having issues with Extrasolar, you need to provide me with a screenshot of your gamedata folder, and your KSP.log file in order for me to even begin to be of any help.
  11. Yep that's why. Don't use versions of kopernicus that are not compatible with the latest version of ksp
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