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Kerbal Space Program

Page history last edited by DustinWindsor 7 years, 11 months ago

 

Wouldn't it be great if you could design your own rocket, launch it into space, and fly it to another planet or leave the galaxy altogether? Well, with Kerbal Space Program, that's exactly what you can do, but keep in mind your fuel needs, whether your rocket is stable enough to leave the atmosphere or not, and, of course, the speed when you try to land. All of these are critical elements of space travel, and the little kerbals are depending on you to design a safe rocket, otherwise, they're toast!

 

Getting Started

If you'd like to get your feet on the ground before building your first spaceship, Kerbal has a set of short videos to show you how to get this done. The tutorials are short, so you'll be up and running in a very short while.

 

Kerbal Rocket School | The Basics                                  (10:02)

 

Kerbal Rocket School | Advanced VAB Conrols               (3:38)

 

Kerbal Rocket School | Staging                                        (14:16)

 

Our Projects

 

 

Extras

Looking to add some extra zap to your rocket? Check out the downloadable modules at the Kerbal Space Port. Doing a quick search here will bring up mission pack add-ons, Saturn V Replicas, Electric Engines, Asteroids, Space Pods, and lots of other easy add-ons that will supercharge your rocket. 

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