I should fix the shader tho
Low orbit (180x180) should look like this
Hey KSP, could you do that without mods??
(nope u don't)
Hmm, very edgy...@AnotherFireFox
@Bmcclory nope, I'm big MS gay now and use Edge.
Nice! Also, do you use Firefox or Google Chrome? @AnotherFireFox
@Bmcclory It's out, if you're interested. @oDDDx You have to set some orbit parameters you must be very unfamiliar with, so my suggestion is just grab Ceres or something and copy-paste its orbital parameters.
@AnotherFireFox any advice how to add a very small planetoid (say 1/3 size of current luna) to an orbit near the furthest drawable orbit to the current sandbox? Im going to play around with the xml file after work later.
Yes guys, you can make and build planets with the SolarSystem.XML file
Nice! I’ll play around with this later. @AnotherFireFox
@Bmcclory Yup. You can either delete or add planets.
That’s funny actually. You can most likely add new planets by editing that same file right? @AnotherFireFox
@Bmcclory Sure, I will. Just wait one or two day. This is orbits of Earth, Mars, Jupiter and Uranus. You can find the game doesn't even draw far orbits. Solarsystem
That sounds like it sucks, maybe there’s a setting for it? If not I would still like to see it. Could you try uploading it as a sandbox? @AnotherFireFox
@Bmcclory I did it but it seems like Jundroo made some limitation. I can't zoom out enough to see Jupiter orbit from Earth. It must be really annoying to play. Moreover, current engines are way nerfed than real ones to match balance, so you may find it hard to even achieve Low Earth Orbit. We don't have high energy fuels like Hydrogen yet, so interplanetary travel would be fairly impossible.
Rescale the other planets too and release it to us somehow!