How do I use the survey scanner in KSP?
The scanner requires a stable polar orbit at an appropriate altitude (see below). Once established in orbit, it must first be opened (Deploy Scanner), then the scan can be performed (Perform orbital survey). The scan is a once per body operation, and only takes a few seconds.
How do you scan arms in KSP?
Once the surface feature is found, get close to it and right-click on the arm to start the scan. The ship must be at a full stop and the arm must have enough room and electricity to perform the experiment. In total you will need ~100 EC to run the experiment from start to finish.
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 do you use your arm in KSP?
Once armed, approach perpendicularly to the target surface at no more than a few m/s and the extended claw will automatically grab anything it collides with (or that collides with it), docking the target to the current vessel. To undock from the target, right-click the AGU and choose Release.
How do I transfer resources in KSP?
Flow, transfer and crossfeed
Most resources can be manually transferred from one container to another one, which is usually done by right-clicking two containers while holding the Mod key and then using the in and out buttons under the resource indicators.
How do you use the Sentinel in KSP?
The SENTINEL can be used in 2 ways:
- To gather observational data near a celestial body: SENTINEL must be in a high orbit around the celestial body. …
- To Track Objects (Asteroids) near a celestial body: it must be in a solar orbit (orbiting around the Sun), outside of the sphere of influence of any other body.
Where can I find green monoliths?
Green Monolith, or Green Meanie Monolith, is a special type of Monolith added in 1.2. Unlike standard Monoliths, these do not have a fixed position, and will spawn randomly each game. To find them, you will need a KerbNet access. They will be marked as a “?”, like any other Anomaly.