Kerbal Space Program 1.2.2 – Rebuilding The P.I.S.S. – (2/23/2017) Let’s see about rebuilding the P.I.S.S. for the Conquering Kerbal Space Program series! – This live stream is scheduled to last about 2 hours, and WILL BE AVAILABLE TO VIEW ON-DEMAND afterwards.

This build features brand new parts that were not currently available before with 1.1.3, since they have replaced a lot of the old parts. This means that the station WILL look different, and may need to be redesigned around those differences in parts. The plan is to edit the station into orbit around Kerbin, NOT launch it up piece by piece, since I’ve already done that in this series.

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  1. looking good, Charlie. Can't wait for the day when you get episodes for KSP going again. Was about to write in detain regarding the construction ports, but sounds like the viewers helped you out. Basically, they act like regular docking ports, but allows you to merge two docked components into one. once you weld the pieces together, they disappear and you're left with, for example, two fuel tanks instead of a chain of 1 tank with a docking port attached connected to another docking port attached to another fuel tank.
    Also, the near future construction truss do have a variety of customization built into them, at least in the VAB or SPH. Just right click on them and look through the menu. IDK if the customization is exactly what you're looking for, but it's there. Kottabosgames just did a fairly in-depth review of that particular mod a few weeks ago.


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