You can set alarms for maneuver nodes, Pe/Ap, AN/DN, transfer windows, and more. The alarms get attached to a particular vessel, and when they expire it will kill time warp and give you the opportunity to switch to that ship.
How do you switch between ships?
The only way to move between ships (even in the same system) is being in close proximity and pressing “T” or flying to it in a drone.
How do you switch between crafts quickly in KSP?
You use the left [ and right ] keys to switch between crafts.
How do I switch between ships in KSP ps4?
The workaround is: go to Space Center, click on Tracking Station, find my ship or probe (in a big long list), click on “Fly” for the specific ship, wait through 3 different loading times, then I’m at the other ship.
How do you focus in Kerbal space program?
You can double click on any planet to bring it into focus, though sometimes you will accidentally switch to a ship or flag on the surface of that planet. Probably easier is to use TAB to go through everything. You can also use shift-tab but watch out. Shift is throttle up!
How do you focus the camera on the ship in KSP?
5 Answers. You can use the backspace key to focus on your current ship.
How do you refocus in KSP?
You can use the backspace key to focus on your current ship. This should reset the zoom level as well as the position. As of May the 4th (the time of my checking and verifying), the key used to focus the active vessel is the back quote: ` .
Does Kerbal space program teach?
The Kerbal Space Program is not a perfect spacecraft simulator however it successfully teaches the basics. Most importantly even if it doesn’t full N-body simulation it’s perfectly capable of simulating Kepler’s orbits that give you good first approximation for many spacecraft missions.
Are there Lagrange points in KSP?
No, there aren’t. It’s because it is much simpler to calculate orbital trajectories of a two body system than a three body system (Even easier when one of the bodies has negligible mass). In KSP, your vessel is influenced only by one planetary body at any time (its sphere of influence).