This is something I’ll be updating periodically with links to tips that I post, or others’ posts that I find particularly useful.
One of my most popular photographs is the one you see above. (High resolution at the end of the article)
Back in August of 2013, I got a text message from a friend:
“Go look at the sky.”
I laughed, and walked out my front door. Absolutely clear skies.
“Um, what am I supposed to be seeing?”
I took two steps off the front sidewalk and looked to my left.
There, spread across the sky in the distance was a rolling thunderstorm. I could not hear it, but lightning was flashing through the clouds every few seconds.
Continue reading Lightning and Patience
The first thing you need to do when using RemoteTech and you plan to get some probes usable in orbit and beyond is to set up a basically communications constellation with three satellites.
Continue reading KSP Tips: RemoteTech, MechJeb, and Flight Engineer