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I downloaded KSP 2 from steam and upon opening the game and creating a new campaign the game freezes around halfway through once it starts "pumping sim once". I tried to search online how to fix it, uninstalling the PD Launcher and running the KSP 2 exe file with no new results.

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I don't know how much a mod can change the VAB, but would it be possible to add search functionality to the parts selection panel? Even if it were as basic as searching by keywords so a player could type "engine" and anything with the ModuleEngines part module in its part.cfg would appear in the search results, it would make things much more efficient. Then of course it could search actual part names and maybe descriptions as well. I'm sure searching the appropriate fields wouldn't be hard, but is it even possible to modify part selection?

Up to 500 units of science can be stored before the results must be manually transmitted back to KSC, so it is necessary to regularly switch focus to the craft with the lab and transmit the saved science. If the storage buffer fills entirely up with science, research work stops until transmission makes space. Antenna selection is automatic, for the lowest power use, fastest transmission. Only integer quantities of science can be transmitted, so the minimum transmittable is 1 science.

To generate data, right-click the lab, storage module or experiment where the results are stored, and select "Review Data" from the action menu, then select the "Process Data" option (yellow button) on successive experiment results until the lab's data capacity is full. To store more data in a lab there must be space to fit all of an experiment's processed data. Hence it can be tricky to fill it up exactly to its 750 capacity.

The lab can store 750 units of data. If the data that would be generated by processing an experiment is too big for the remaining space in the lab's buffer, it will refuse to process it. A less valuable experiment may still be able to fit and enough space will eventually be made as data is depleted by scientists researching. On a craft with multiple labs, data will automatically be added to a different lab, with space, once the first is too full.

NEW YORK, (BUSINESS WIRE) --Private Division and Intercept Games are proud to announce that Kerbal Space Program 2 is now available in PC Early Access for an introductory price of $49.99 on Steam, Epic Games Store, Private Division Store, and other digital storefronts. Kerbal Space Program 2,the sequel to the original rocket simulation game that sold over 5 million units worldwide, ushers in the next generation of space adventure by allowing players to build their own space program with hundreds of new and improved parts, an upgraded onboarding experience, modernized visuals, vibrant and realistic environments with unprecedented detail, customizable color schemes for spacecraft, and more. Kerbal Space Program 2has been built from the ground up to be expanded upon for years to come.

In the Kerbal Space Program franchise, you run a space program for the Kerbals, little green beings known for their insatiable curiosity and high tolerance for danger. Assemble spacecraft using a wide array of modular parts and then test your creations in a universe of realistic physics. Launch your Kerbal crew into orbit and beyond, unlocking the secrets of the Kerbolar System as you explore a variety of planets and moons. As your space program evolves, you'll pursue more ambitious missions, including daring rescues, on-orbit space station construction, and crewed voyages to the most distant planets!

Kerbal Space Program (KSP) is a space flight simulation video game developed by Mexican studio Squad for Linux, OS X, Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One. In the game, players direct a nascent space program, staffed and crewed by green humanoid aliens known as "Kerbals". The game features a realistic orbital physics engine, allowing for various real-life orbital maneuvers such as Hohmann transfer orbits and orbital rendezvous.

The first public version was released digitally on Squad's Kerbal Space Program storefront on 24 June 2011, and joined Steam's early access program on 20 March 2013.[1] The game was released out of beta on 27 April 2015. Kerbal Space Program has support for user-created mods that add new features. Popular mods have received support and inclusion in the game by Squad.[2] The game has garnered commendation from spaceflight industry figures such as NASA,[3][4] ESA,[5] science communicator Scott Manley, ULA CEO Tory Bruno,[6] SpaceX CEO Elon Musk,[7][8] and Rocket Lab CEO Peter Beck.[9]

The player administers a space program operated by Kerbals, a species of small green humanoids, who have constructed a spaceport on their home planet of Kerbin. From the space center players can build various vehicles such as rockets, aircraft, spaceplanes, and rovers from a provided set of components. Constructed craft can be launched from the space center's launch pad or runway to accomplish various tasks while avoiding partial or catastrophic failure (such as lack of fuel or structural failure). Players control flight with little assistance other than a Stability Assist System (SAS) to keep their rocket oriented.[13] Provided it maintains sufficient thrust and fuel, a spacecraft can enter orbit or even travel to other celestial bodies. To visualize vehicle trajectories, the player is provided a 'map' mode that displays the current vehicle's trajectory as well as that of celestial bodies and other spacecraft, as well as their orbital parameters. Spacecraft maneuver 'nodes' can be plotted, timed, and executed, and objects can be selected and 'targeted' to facilitate flybys, rendezvous, and docking.[13]

Career mode extends science mode by adding funds, reputation, and contracts. Components and fuel must be purchased with funds. Successfully completing contracts on time will pay out funds and increase reputation, while unsatisfactory outcomes (such as missing deadlines, or causing the deaths of astronauts) results in penalties to funding and reputation. Greater reputation results in the issuing of more difficult and prestigious contracts.[19][20]Players must upgrade buildings in the space center complex to unlock features such as larger rocket sizes, improved tracking, and increased available contracts.

Some celestial bodies have atmospheres of varying heights and densities, affecting the impact of drag on wings and parachutes. The simulations are accurate enough that real-world techniques such as aerobraking are viable methods of navigating the solar system. Flight through an atmosphere results in aerodynamic heating, high enough temperatures will cause components to fail, necessitating the use of heat shields or more careful flight profiles. In-game atmospheres thin out into space but have finite heights, unlike real atmospheres.

Ultimately, it's the goal that shapes what missions end up looking like. A game-like simulator will have trouble quantifying many of the underlying motivations. Can a computer program easily estimate scientific value of space activity? Geopolitics? What stuff costs and what you can get a budget for? (people often fail spectacularly predicting all of those, even in real life).

Rocket engine operation is a mixed bag. While I'm assuming that your mods can take into account the myriad of different propellant combinations, the game fundamentally has to leave out what makes stuff work. Where's the engine development, testing, quality control, assembly, equipment failure, etc.? If all the program does is applying the acceleration vector an engine produces, those same calculations could be done on the back of an envelope. A very very minor part of what managing space hardware actually entails.Ultimately, we come back to the same question: What are you trying to achieve?Simulators fundamentally select some specific part of reality, and abstracts everything else away. This is often exactly what we desire. 041b061a72

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