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“Prakasa is a pack aimed loosely at aircraft and spaceplanes, namely with the objective of filling the 2.5 meter void between the diminutive Mk2 and massive Mk3. The parts are themed towards a somewhat more distant future than stock, offering greater interior space and a cleaner aesthetic. Ultimately the objective is a fairly well rounded variety pack, the contents of which correlate in aesthetic and little else. Prakasa essentially serves as an amalgamation of things I’ve made because I wanted them or they were specifically requested, and while a great deal more will be added over time, I have no specific plans for it. As such, recommendations and requests are welcome, particularly with regard to cost and tech tree balance, which I’ve left to a default for the time being.
Some notes for the future:
-Probably more pods, because why not.
-Crewed fuselages in the 2.5m formfactor
-Some aerodynamic parts, possibly wings
-More propulsion possibly
-Most if not all crewed parts will have associated IVAs.
-I don’t plan on culling the pack much myself since the objective is variety rather than gameplay, as such the RAM will eventually start getting up there. While I may make optimization passes as I get an increasingly better handle on what I’m doing, if it’s too big for you, just delete what you don’t want.
-Three 2.5m pods, two supporting four Kerbals and one supporting seven.
-One 1.25m pod, supporting three kerbals
-One mk3 pod, supporting ten kerbals
-All pods have IVAs
-One 1.25m SCRAMjet that operates only speeds above mach and and altitudes over several thousand meters, but provides substantial thrust in the upper atmosphere and at high mach numbers.”