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thierryspeth

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ios november 1.34 new apollo , rudder, switches
« on: November 10, 2016, 10:32:28 PM »
on apollo 11 mission, the liftoff do not cause shaking in the cockpit.
the imu cage switch does not cause imu alignment.
if i use shuttle rendez vous, and i next use apollo 11 liftof iget the shuttle on the pad i have to try one more time to get the saturne 5

on the shuttle, the rudder does not action motors in orbit, i have to fire the big motors to use the rudderso docking is impossible.

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Re: ios november 1.34 new apollo , rudder, switches
« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2016, 04:23:24 AM »
hi ! .

 I ll work on getting those bugs sorted out rightaway!

Thanks!

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Re: ios november 1.34 new apollo , rudder, switches
« Reply #2 on: November 11, 2016, 04:45:39 AM »
.regarding the  IMU aligment....    ok .. I ll set it back to how it was . will upload today.

any suggestions how /if to implement the ORDEAL rate gyro mode  at all times ? as I got a few complains of users thinking the 8-Ball is indicating pitch/roll relative to the horizon ! (as in kerbal ).

Also , not sure where to put the Lunar/Earth master 8-Ball switch  (and the ORDEAL Master neither ) ,as we dont have that panel modelled  in the mobile version . (* in the PC/Steam  version  we got every single switch modeled ,even the urine dump , and water heater! )

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Re: ios november 1.34 new apollo , rudder, switches
« Reply #3 on: November 15, 2016, 09:24:58 AM »
Wow, this is really hard science, didn't know what ORDEAL was, maybe verb 37 noun 93 is a control to add... Not sure.

http://history.nasa.gov/ap16fj/02_Day1_Pt2.htm

"the computer, knowing the attitude of the spacecraft (relative to its own idea of where the stars are), now has new values of where the stars are located. The amount of drift the platform has experienced since the previous realignment is calculated, and displayed as the amount of correction needed to move, or "torque" the gimbals to bring the platform back into accurate alignment. Known as "gyro torquing angles", they are displayed on the DSKY as "Noun 93". These angles are usually very small, and are expressed in thousandths of a degree.]"

 

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