Auto Credit Based on Forwind's CSS module standard

A small habitiation area, that helps store food and other goods important to the survival of the astronauts.

This craft is far from perfect and I certainly could have improved it. While it is decently part efficient, it definitely could be better. I also considered using the MFD draw tool to create wires that aren't hundreds of parts, although I don't currently have the MFD/Vizzy knowledge or skill to pull something like that off yet.

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GENERAL INFO

  • Predecessor: CSS module standard
  • Created On: Windows
  • Game Version: 0.9.704.0
  • Price: $430k
  • Number of Parts: 86
  • Dimensions: 53 m x 11 m x 11 m

PERFORMANCE

  • Total Delta V: 0m/s
  • Total Thrust: 0N
  • Engines: 0
  • Wet Mass: 8,581kg
  • Dry Mass: 8,509kg

STAGES

Stage Engines Delta V Thrust Burn Mass

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    Mod bmcclory

    Anyone can, just join in on the discord on Forwind’s recent forum post. There is a lot of information over on there. The hollow fuselage is just using the inlet part. @Captainboeing

    one month ago
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    And how do you made hollow fuselage

    one month ago
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    Can anyone upload modules for the station, or there are specific people for this job ?

    one month ago
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    6,004 CardZlol

    cute and simple, i like it

    one month ago
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    8,554 FalconAero

    absolutelyfantastic

    one month ago
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    329 Tully

    This looks absolutely fantastic

    one month ago
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    The quality of these modules keeps going up. I am astonished at the detail of some of these modules in the approval channel.

    one month ago
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    looks epic

    one month ago
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    Mod bmcclory

    @ThelBoredEngineer Thank you!

    one month ago
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    Not gonna lie but that looks amazing

    one month ago

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