Kerbal Space Program is teaming up with the European Space Agency (ESA) to launch a free replace, which can have a good time the ESA’s quite a few contributions to area exploration.
The replace is known as “Shared Horizons” and can embrace two new missions recreating ESA ventures, utilizing the Arian 5 rocket and a few ESA-themed area fits for Kerbals.
“Here at the European Space Agency, many of our engineers and scientists are very familiar with KSP,” ESA Director of Science Günther Hasinger stated in a statement on the ESA official website. “Both Rosetta and BepiColombo are highly complex missions that have specific challenges; however, each prove to be very rewarding for ESA and the global scientific community. Because of this, I am very happy that these ground-breaking science missions can be experienced on Kerbin as well as on Earth.”