Ksp extended burn indicator.Outdated Mod

 

Ksp extended burn indicator

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

What this mod does.BetterBurnTime on SpaceDock

 

Oct 16,  · The “estimated burn time” indicator provided by stock KSP is very rudimentary. It just keeps track of the maximum acceleration observed for the current ship in the current flight session, and then assumes that. This has several drawbacks: You just see “N/A” until the first time you do acceleration in the flight session. For closest-approach, the mod displays a “countdown” indicator. This is a little row of green dots, immediately below the estimated burn time. This row of dots counts down until it’s time to start your burn: when the last dot disappears, start the burn. The display is logarithmic. This isn’t right. That red segment and the stage splits occur even with the option turned off. The option enables the “start burn in” timer and the control to adjust how it splits the burn time.

 

Ksp extended burn indicator.

Oct 18,  · m members in the KerbalSpaceProgram community. The Kerbal Space Program subreddit. For all your gaming related, space exploration needs . For closest-approach, the mod displays a “countdown” indicator. This is a little row of green dots, immediately below the estimated burn time. This row of dots counts down until it’s time to start your burn: when the last dot disappears, start the burn. The display is logarithmic. Oct 16,  · The “estimated burn time” indicator provided by stock KSP is very rudimentary. It just keeps track of the maximum acceleration observed for the current ship in the current flight session, and then assumes that. This has several drawbacks: You just see “N/A” until the first time you do acceleration in the flight session.
 
 
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