# How do you get a Mun encounter in KSP?

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While orbiting prograde (pointing towards 90 degrees), wait until the moon is rising in the east (90 degrees). At about 5 degrees above the horizon, burn until you hit about 11,400,000 m apoapsis. You should have a Mun encounter!

## How do you aim the MUN?

To get to Mun you will have to raise your apoapsis up to intersect Mun’s orbit so that your ship reaches that point at the same time as Mun. To raise your apoapsis you want to burn prograde on the opposite side of the orbit from where you want your apoapsis to be.

## How do you land on Mun efficiently?

To minimize the first quantity, your initial orbit should be prograde and equatorial, and your landing site should be on the equator and at high altitude to maximize the benefit of the Mun’s rotational speed. This is pretty minor, on the order of 10 m/s for the Mun.

## How do I get my Kerbals back?

If you want them back to life immediately rather than waiting, you can open your KSP game folder/saves/username/persistent. sfs with your favorite text editor, find ROSTER and change the crew members’ statuses from state = 3 to state = 0 . This will instantly revive your Kerbals.

## How do you cheat in Kerbal space program?

Press ALT+F12 to access the debug console, which you can use to enjoy unlimited fuel, unbreakable joints, and other helpful perks.

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## How much Delta V does a Mun lander need?

Specifications. Recommended Delta-V: ~ 6,500 for Orbit and Return. ~ 7,500 for Landing and Return.

## How do I get to Minmus?

Set Minmus as your target and burn perpendicular to your orbital plane at one of the nodes until they read ‘0.0’ or ‘NaN’. Similar to the Mun guide, wait until Minmus is about 4-5 degrees over the horizon (20-40 degrees in the map) to begin your burn. It will appear as a small dot above the horizon.

## How do you slow down in Mun landing?

Use your rockets. Short version is to center your retrograde vector in the navball and slow down until you are pointed straight down. Keep your speed down and try to touch down at less than 10 m/s.