The first says you can only store one experimental result per experiment per situation, e.g. only one crew report when landed on solid ground. The second suggests that it’s actually one result per experiment per situation per biome, e.g. one landed crew report from grasslands and one from shores.
How do you store more experiments in KSP?
For Experiments, your scientists can right click and gather data, then restore the experiment for use again. Once you go back into the pod the data will be stored there. For things like crew reports, you have to get out of the pod, right click it and Take Data, Then Right Click and Store Data.
Is KSP realistic?
The orbit simulation is quite accurate, including how to change inclination, raise/lower orbits, leave a planet, and approach a new planet. The staging is somewhat accurate. The use of fuel, acceleration, mass, etc. are pretty accurate.
What does the experiment storage unit do in KSP?
The Experiment Storage Unit is used by Kerbals and unmanned probes to store science experiments. These can be stored until they are transmitted or brought back to Kerbin.
What do scientists do in KSP?
Scientist is a specialization assigned to Kerbonauts. Scientists are able to restore inoperable experiment modules while on EVA. They also convert “data” stored in the Mobile Processing Lab MPL-LG-2 into science, with higher experience level scientists working faster and up to two scientists contributing in parallel.
Is KSP Safe?
It’s perfectly safe. Redshell isn’t really Spyware.
Can you get KSP for free?
This means the game will be improved on a regular basis, so be sure to check back for new updates. Right now, KSP is in Sandbox Complete state, but we want you to try it out and have fun with it. The Demo version is free to download and play, and will remain so forever.
How much is KSP?
Kerbal Space Program on Twitter: “Kerbal Space Program 2 will cost $59.99 USD… ”
How big is kerbin vs Earth?
Kerbin is about 10.9 times smaller than Planet Earth.