Frequent question: What happens when you leave the solar system in KSP?

Can you leave the solar system in KSP?

1 Answer. You can leave the Kerbin solar system in the sense you can go forward to infinity, but there isn’t anything else past Eelo. The only celestial bodies in Kerbin Space Program right now are the ones in the wiki.

How many solar systems are in KSP?

The Kerbol System is the planetary system in which Kerbal Space Program takes place. It has Kerbol as the central body which is orbited by 5 planets and 2 dwarf planets.

Relation to the Solar System.

Kerbol system Solar system
Kerbin Earth
Duna Mars
Dres Ceres
Jool Jupiter

What’s the farthest you can go in KSP?

Eeloo is a dwarf planet that was released in Template:Version as a Christmas gift to the KSP community. It is the seventh and farthest planet from Kerbol most of the time, though its orbit intersects Jool’s, passing in front of it for a minority of its revolution period.

How do you escape kerbol?

Kerbol itself has a non relativistic escape velocity, so it is possible to escape Kerbol. But itself it is not possible to escape Kerbol’s gravitational pull, because the sphere of influence is infinite.

How do you get to Eeloo in KSP?


  1. Step 1 – Building. For an Eeloo mission you might want an Apollo style lander. …
  2. Step 2 – Planetary Alignment. …
  3. Step 3 – Orbit. …
  4. Step 4 – Fly from Kerbin to Eeloo. …
  5. Step 5 – Arriving at Eeloo. …
  6. Step 6 – Landing at Eeloo (Optional) …
  7. Step 7 – Returning.
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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.

What is an escape trajectory KSP?

An escape trajectory is one that will leave the current bodies (Kerbin in this case) Sphere of Influence (SOI). It happnes when you are going too fast for its gravity to keep you in orbit (which is always the case when you first enter an SOI!).

Playing into space