## What is high kerbin orbit?

High Kerbin orbit (HKO) In analogy to the real world high Earth orbit (HEO) a HKO describes a stable high orbit around Kerbin. The altitude of a HKO typically is higher than the KEO (2863.33 km).

## How much orbit is Delta V kerbin?

Reaching a stable orbit around Kerbin is one of the first milestones the player achieves in the game. Achieving such an orbit with a fuel-optimal ascent requires a delta-V of roughly 4500 m/s, the second largest of all celestial bodies with a solid surface after Eve.

**How long does it take to orbit kerbin?**

Kerbin | |
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Sidereal orbital period | 426 d 0 h 32 m 24.6 s |

Synodic orbital period | Not defined |

Orbital velocity | 9 285 m/s |

Physical Characteristics |

**How do I get to kerbin orbit?**

Steps to Orbit and Back

- Launch Preparation. Set thrust to maximum by hitting Z.
- Accelerate to 100 m/s. Launch by hitting the space bar and keep the rocket pointed straight up until the vehicle’s speed is 100 m/s.
- Pitch 10 degrees East.
- Stage.
- Get apoapsis above 70 km.
- Get periapsis above 70 km.
- De-orbiting.
- Re-entry.

### How many biomes are there on kerbin?

11 biomes

Kerbin. The planet Kerbin has 11 biomes, plus a large number of surface-only “location biomes” comprising Kerbal Space Center and related launch sites. Roughly 60% Kerbin’s surface is Water biome.

### How tall are Kerbals?

roughly 0.75 meters tall

Kerbals display no variance in height or weight. They stand roughly 0.75 meters tall (2’5½”). As of 1.11, a Kerbal in an EVA suit, without jetpack nor parachute, has a mass of 45.0 kilograms (99.2 lbs.), which is 0.045 in-game Mass units. When including the parachute and jetpack, a Kerbonaut has a mass of 93.875kg.

**Is kerbin real?**

Kerbin Is Real is a mod that no one asked for and I really can’t think of a player type who would play this. Nonetheless, if you ever wanted to have the Kerbal planets coexist with the real world solar system, here’s your chance to see that dream realized.

**How do you get into orbit kerbin?**

## How high is space in KSP?

Outer Space on Kerbin starts at ~250km. The shift from Upper Atmosphere to Near Space is the edge of Kerbin’s atmosphere (~69km), and (as detailed above) may depend on the trajectory. On the Mun (middle), there is obviously no atmosphere.

## How do you get out of orbit without fuel?

Go on an EVA, activate the jetpack, and fly against the prograde-facing side of the capsule. When you are nearly out of EVA fuel (right-click on the astronaut to check how much you have left), get back into the capsule and leave it again to refill. You can do this as often as you want.

**What is the difference between low and high Kerbin orbit?**

Due to the Oberth effect a low orbit is a suitable starting point for transferring to other celestial bodies. High Kerbin orbit (HKO) In analogy to the real world high Earth orbit (HEO) a HKO describes a stable high orbit around Kerbin. The altitude of a HKO typically is higher than the KEO (2863.33 km).

**What are the names of the two planets that orbit Kerbin?**

They are named Mun and Minmus . Kerbin is the third planet in orbit around the star Kerbol. It is the third largest celestial body that orbits Kerbol, following Jool and Eve. Jool’s moon Tylo has the same radius of Kerbin, though it may be classified as larger, as the highest point on Tylo is about 5 km higher than the highest point on Kerbin.

### How many satellites does Kerbin have?

It has two natural satellites orbiting it; the Mun and Minmus . Reaching a stable orbit around Kerbin is one of the first milestones the player achieves in the game. Achieving such an orbit with a fuel-optimal ascent requires a delta-V of roughly 4500 m/s, the second largest of all celestial bodies with a solid surface after Eve.

### What is the home planet of the Kerbals?

Kerbin is the home planet of the Kerbals, the location of the Space Center, and the main focus of Kerbal Space Program. It is also the Earth analog for the game and has two moons named Mun and Minmus . Kerbin is the third planet in orbit around the star Kerbol. It is the third largest celestial body that orbits Kerbol, following Jool and Eve.