KerbalEdu Mission Library

Mission Editor Tutorial and Example Mission

Ages 14-18+
Published by Rami5MM  •  Posted 912 days ago
This tutorial is intended as an introduction tutorial to Kerbal EDU Mission Editing, with the goal of learning to create a mission for the classroom use and how to publish your own 'Asteroid Redirect'-mission on the Mission Library.
Other science > Space and Astronomy - mission editing
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Mission Details and Requirements
Created by: Rami Sihvo
Mission version: 1.11
Supported KerbalEdu Versions: 1.1.3e766
Mission Type: Demonstration
Tags: mission editing, asteroid redirect


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Included in this demostration is tutorial (Mission Editor Tutorial) and a example mission. Version 1.1 includes more easier lesson challenges.



KerbalEDU user will learn:

  • How to use Mission library

  • Options in Mission editor and using Hyperedit with it.

  • How to plan, publish and document user missions.

Timeline: KerbalEDU user can learn basics in one hour. With the goal of actually making it playable, we are talking about one afternoon project.


  • KerbalEDU installed on the computer

  • Account name and password to Mission Library

  • This guide

Grouping: Grouping can be used with this lesson. Basically anyone from adolescent to teachers can be utilized to plan and build up missions. To keep Mission Library filled with good quality missions, every mission should be tested before publishing them!



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