Once you got in a stable orbit around Eve, you can meet with your return ship and transfer a pilot to the lander (via EVA). Then using the transfer stage to deorbit the lander to the chosen landing site and then detach it. During descent, get rid of the bottom docking port (if used).
How do I leave Eve?
Just right click your name in game and select Quit Corporation? and Confirm. This will move you to an NPC corporation.
Can you land on eve KSP?
To perform a successful landing on Eve you will need a large space ship. You could either launch it with one enormous rocket in one go, or you could launch the middle- and upper stage into orbit with separate launches, and then dock them together in orbit.
How do I change my Corp in EVE?
You can apply to a corp and then when they hit accept you just move from your corp to the new corp. If you just quit your corp, then you end up in an NPC corp. You can apply to a corp and then when they hit accept you just move from your corp to the new corp.
How do I leave faction warfare Eve?
Leaving Factional Warfare
You can leave Factional Warfare at any time through the Militia window if you joined as a solo player (or, for an entire corporation, the CEO or Director can do this).
Do parachutes work on the Mun KSP?
Mun orbit is best achieved through the use of moderately sized, multi-stage rockets such as the Kerbal X. Landing is only possible through the use of retrograde thrusters and landing gear; Mun’s lack of an atmosphere makes parachutes completely useless.
How do you activate cheat menu in KSP?
Press ALT+F12 to access the debug console, which you can use to enjoy unlimited fuel, unbreakable joints, and other helpful perks.
How long is 1 year in KSP?
A Kerbin day lasts 6 hours and during one orbit around Kerbol, Kerbin rotates about its axis over 426 times, thus a Kerbin year is about 426 days and 32 minutes long.
Does Dres have an atmosphere?
It is similar to Moho and Eeloo in that it has no atmosphere and no natural satellites (aside from a ring system of asteroids). Dres has the least gravity of any planet in the Kerbol system.