How do you do a Mun landing?
If you want to reach the Mun on the first swing around, wait until Mun rises just above the horizon. A good rule of thumb is for each 100 km you are above Kerbin, wait another 2 seconds. Once it does, begin a forward burn, and keep an eye on your map, as the apoapsis moves out towards Munar orbit.
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 you land a rover on the Mun in KSP?
- Attack a carefully planned rover un the bottom of your lander vehicle, make room for the legs!
- Bring a KIS container with everything you need, an engineer and tools. Make the rover on site.
- Put wheels in the lander (BEST VALUE)
How much DV do you need for Duna?
You will need at least 2000ms Delta-V for the orbit and return, you can test this by seeing if your lander is **almost** capable of reaching Kerbin orbit by itself.
Is the Mun tidally locked?
The Mun’s orbit keeps it directly above Kerbin’s equator. Because the Mun is tidally locked to Kerbin with a perfectly circular, non-inclined orbit, exactly 50% of the Mun’s surface (excluding areas on the edge obscured by the Mun’s mountains) is ever visible from Kerbin.
How do I orbit in KSP?
Steps to Orbit and Back
- Launch Preparation. Set thrust to maximum by hitting Z.
- Accelerate to 100 m/s. Launch by hitting the space bar and keep the rocket pointed straight up until the vehicle’s speed is 100 m/s.
- Pitch 10 degrees East.
- Get apoapsis above 70 km.
- Get periapsis above 70 km.
Where is Mun Stone KSP?
- Mun Stones (all biomes) (can be picked up by a Kerbal)
- Mun crater (all biomes)
- Mun large crater (all biomes)
How do you stop the rover from flipping in KSP?
A few tips:
- Do build low and wide.
- Power it with an ion engine at the back.
- Get the centre of mass near the middle.
- Angle the engine to thrust at the centre of mass.
- Put a Small Inline Reaction Wheel onboard and turn on SAS.
What is Dunas gravity?
Surface gravity. 2.94 m/s2 (0.3 g)
What’s the easiest planet to get to in KSP?
Duna is often the easiest planet to achieve encounters because of a low orbital inclination.