How do yOU drop items in KSP?

-02- TO DROP IT, DRAG AnD DROP IT On Any SURFACE OR MOUnT. yOU CAn ALSO RIGHT CLICK On THE COnTAInER In THE InVEnTORy AnD USE THE ACTIOn MEnU.

How do you grab things in KSP?

Grabbing a Kerbal



The easiest way to grab a Kerbal is to use the Kerbal’s own jetpack to steer into the exact center of the claw. When docked successfully, your controls will change to the ship’s controls, and the option to EVA with that Kerbal will not be available until the AGU is released.

What button is abort in KSP?

1 Answer. The Kerbal Space Program wiki says that the default key binding for executing the Emergency Abort is Backspace .

How do you grab debris in KSP?

To remove debris it can be recovered or terminated via the Tracking Station. The Recover option is only available for debris or craft landed on Kerbin. Otherwise the Terminate option will remove the debris from the game, though this kills any crew aboard, adding them to the “Lost” list in the Astronaut Complex.

What can engineers do KSP?

Engineer is a specialization assigned to Kerbonauts. Engineers can repair broken parts with repair kits and repack parachutes. They also greatly affect the efficiency of Resource Harvesters and Converters on the craft they are aboard.

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How do I change the launch site in KSP?

How do i use the other launch site? There is a tiny little grey tab under the launch button in the VAB. Hover over that (or the launch button itself, maybe?) and it should drop down a list of launch pads.

How do I install Kerbal attachments?

How to install

  1. Install and run CKAN.
  2. Search for “Kerbal Attachment System” or just “KAS”, then install the mod.
  3. Occasionally run CKAN client to update KAS (and other mods) to the latest version.
  4. If you follow this path, then all the KAS dependencies will be updated automatically.

What button is alpha1?

Alpha 1 corresponds to the “1” key and action group one, Alpha 2 corresponds to the “2” key and action group two.. etc.

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