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Has anyone been to (and/or) landed on Pluto with the DG IV? I did it once with the delta glider,

Hmm, a goal that I have to achieve! :)
 

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Interesting, so you have never landed on the Moon?


Mars, Mercury, And Venus I tried jupiter just for fun....don't do it if you dont want a ctd.... landed on the sun too I guess i have just been putting off the moon .... funny .... I'll fly it tonight
 

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Mars, Mercury, And Venus I tried jupiter just for fun....don't do it if you dont want a ctd.... landed on the sun too I guess i have just been putting off the moon .... funny .... I'll fly it tonight

I have been to every planet and moon,

m, v, e,(obviously) m, j ,s,u,n, (and I have been to Pluto if you don't consider Pluto a planet)
 

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SUN you idiots. Look at the smile codes to see what :weird: means
 

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does anyone have some screenshots of landing on uranus or neptune or even saturn ? I guess you would just be landing on a texture am i right?

You, know what, I havenot landed on these planets, just orbited them :)

I think that you would land on the mesh of the planet, like saturn which is all clouds, so youd fly threw the planets clouds and eventually run into 'nothing' ;)

my guess anyway, or have a ctd :p:cheers:
 

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Actually, you can land on them - although the surface is a flat texture...but then again, so is every other planet's surface in Orbiter, unless you have additional surface tiles/meshes.

Oh, and did I say, "Land"? You're more likely to come down crashing at several hundred m/s, since hardly any ship has engines powerful enough to overcome those planets' immense gravity. :cheers:
 
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