Comets can be found and monitored via the tracking station. Like asteroids, comets are fully under control of the physics system. They can be rotated or accelerated by the application of torque or thrust, and moved into a different orbit or another body’s sphere of influence with correct maneuvering.
What do you do with ores in KSP?
Ore can be converted into liquid fuel, oxidizer, and monopropellant using a converter and electric charge. There is no change in total mass when converting to liquid fuel and/or oxidizer, but there is when converting to monopropellant. Conversion continues to function during time warp.
What are the unknown objects in KSP?
While viewing the tracking station, new icons named “Unknown Object” will periodically appear in the vicinity of Kerbin. If one is selected, clicking the Track button will give it a temporary designation and display additional information such as its class, orbital path, and any future interaction with Kerbin’s SOI.
Does ore run out KSP?
No and probably, respectively. As Veltrop said, moons and planets have infinite ore…but they have it at low and varied densities. You should consider putting a scanner and wheels on it so you can move around finding better spots.
What does ore do KSP?
The ore has no serious financial value, but can be used to produce fuel with a converter and vast amount of electricity. These tanks store the ore temporarily from extraction until conversion. Ore tanks were introduced in version 1.0.
How do you cheat in Kerbal space program?
Press ALT+F12 to access the debug console, which you can use to enjoy unlimited fuel, unbreakable joints, and other helpful perks.
How do you upgrade tracks in KSP?
Right-click the tracking station, then select the Upgrade button in the popup.
What happens when an asteroid hits kerbin?
Tracked asteroids have very little impact on the game. When they crash into Kerbin… nothing really happens. In fact, they are likely to be removed when the hit the atmosphere, just like any vessel or rocket debris that is not being flown or within a certain distance of something being flown.