I'm the Great Lord of KSP-Players community (and also the most modest.)
- and Graphic mods.
(and screenshots of planets with graphical mods)
'Playing with the Gameslinx's Planet Overhaul (forum thread: http://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/topic/155740-122-gameslinxs-planet-overhaul-199-ram-improvements-faster-performance-bug-fixes/ ), I will try to go on all planet of this futurist planet pack, in the Kerbol system at year 9302, after a cataclysmic disaster.
Flying T+ 0:00:11:56
Flying over Gaia (Kerbin in 9302) around the poles, a nice view of the ring from here, Kerbals enjoyed!
Crashed T+ 0:00:01:24
A very pleasent EVA for Bill, the water and sky are very clear today, and mountains in backround are beatifull !
Suborbital T+ 0:00:00:14
Let's begin serious business... Now, I play in science and start my first flight with a sub-orbital trajectory, then I can grab some science in upper atmosphere and space :p
Hyperbolic T+ 0:11:47:40
First orbit and Gol (Mun) / Nightmare (sub-moon) fly-by, I done some very interesting experiments, notably Nightmare is probably a fragment of the burned side of Gol. So I will do surface experiments on Gol and Nightmare to confirm this hypothesis.
Orbiting T+ 0:14:25:14
Landing on a mountain of Nightmare... I don't know if this is flat or a very inclined terrain.... Uhm, I think I will be fixed in a few seconds...
Landed T+ 0:00:02:06
Landed on Nightmare's mountains, I confirm, it's a nightmare for land on it !!! I thought it will have an inclination of ~ 5°, but I've ~45° :/ So, I've collected some rocks to test the hypothesis of the lava crater on Gol and this... rock. Now I just need to go in the lava crater on Gol to proof it.
Landed T+ 0:00:01:03
On the moutain pic, I had enought fuel to go here, so, why not? :p
Flying T+ 0:00:00:34
Sending Golave probe to Gol for orbital scans of the lava crater
Orbiting T+ 1:18:42:02
Scanning of Gol is finished. I've detected colder places in the crater, where I'll probably land to do experiments. Also, I think I will scan the lava.
Landed T+ 1:01:37:32
Landed in the crater near lava, the temperature is around 700 K, some parts of the probe are melting, but I've had time for some experiments that shows the rocks of Nightmare's mountains are the same as Gol rock! So, Nightmare is a part of Gol, like Gol is a part of Gaia, it's like Inception!
Landed T+ 0:00:00:50
First manned landing on Gol, always in the crater, but now, Jeb, Bill, and Bob are here for confirming this place is very hot!
Orbiting T+ 0:02:26:57
I've just done a polar radar scanner for Gaia, so nothing interesting, or just a beautiful view :D
Orbiting T+ 3:13:00:35
Scanning Oleimut, nothing interresting too..
Orbiting T+ 5:22:46:18
Low orbit around this;.. Thing, just for the screen !
Crashed T+ 18:16:58:47
Sent a probe to Gullis (Minmus) and....The probe splatched down, in a liquid lake !
Landed T+ 0:00:01:28
On this asteroid, the low-gravity cause floating dust (which are a wound for monopropellant propulsors) but really funny too when passing through!
Crashed T+ 0:00:00:38
Look at here! A sort of creatu.... Oh, no, it's just Bob!
Landed T+ 0:00:03:30
First manned landing on Gullis, Kerbonauts can confirm than the ground isn't make of ice cream / chewing-gum !
Hyperbolic T+ 385:22:42:05
Passing over Olu'um, a magnificent brown dwarf with his 7 planet system, unfortunately, I can not approach it too much, because of heat (yes, it's not really a star but a little bit xD) :|
Hyperbolic T+ 386:18:30:56
Now, I use Volux for system-insertion, and his giant hurricane, probably due to Olu'um tidal forces and heating.
Hyperbolic T+ 412:10:29:48
And... THAT! Kerbal scientists (me) thinks they find the new Gaia! Thelos seems to the best place for colonizing new worlds! KSC will certainly send many scanning probes and lander for a more detailed surface/minerals map!
Hyperbolic T+ 433:10:36:13
And it's time to see... Tetra ! This planet (/moon?) have two primary colors, highlands are yellow and flats blue with some white zones... But there is a sort of old crater with brown-tinted residues. Maybe the upper mantle of this planet?
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