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Me fiddling around with BDArmory. Obviously I lack some dogfighting skills. 

Vehicles: http://kerbalx.com/embix/F-2-Interceptor-CM Drones: http://kerbalx.com/embix/F-1-Drone
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TIL: there is duct tape for planes

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Seems like System.IO.File.WriteAllText isn't that atomic after all. What shall we use for atomic writes in .NET instead?
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+Michel Bretschneider exactly. thx. 
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Note to self: 158MB frei, nur falls mich mal wieder jemand fragt, ob ich denn wirklich sooo viel RAM auch benutze. Das ist für den Normalbetrieb - Kotzgrenze sind mehrere VMs für ein Training/Lab-Szenario.
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Klar sind die verfügbar. Im Normalbetrieb komme ich eher selten über 16G. Da ich auf der Kiste noch keine SSD habe, weiß ich den Filesystemcache zu schätzen.
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TIL: position satellites is hard if you don't have SAS.

I ran out of cash&science too quickly so I had to accept my first satellite contract. The first lifter flipped about 12km on gravity turn so I had to waste a lot delta v and ran out of fuel. The second reached the orbit - but ran into the opposite direction So it took me third satellite until I finally reached the desired Orbit.
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+Matt Hauer thanks Matt
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How to enable utf-8 support in modern perl.
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Debugging is the most anoying part in the development proces. The CLR should simply ignore bugs and run the code as I thought it should work. This would make VS the #1 IDE in the world.
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Nicht vergessen: Heute ist Tag der Medienkompetenz.
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The only anomaly I've encountered so far is the old airfield you can see from KSC in vanilla KSP. Now playing Real Solar System, I'm wondering if they moved the original anomalies to a place on earth (or any other celestial body) or if they introduced new ones.
As skimming through google results may lead to spoilers, I prefer asking the community politely. Are those the same anomalies I'd see in vanilla?
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I launched from some of those real world launchpads. I remember Cape Canaveral (regularly), Omelek, Kourou, Baikonur, Plesetsk and Hammaguir (which seemed buggy). Haven't seen a thing while getting into space. Maybe I should start a dedicated mission program for those anomalies.
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My first submission for a KSP challenge, the Upside Down Challenge that is. After resting the urge to desing one myself I feel relieved that it finally worked. http://imgur.com/a/fYF5A

Thanks to +Bradley Moore  for sharing his contribution and pushing the topic.
#forscience  
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gotta agree with Jeb here, looks cool
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TIL: screencasts are taken in a very casual environment.
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    Computer Science, 2006 - 2012
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