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MiniMe943
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Crosswind? Are planets going to have dynamic weather/atmospheric/wind effects?

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Damlock

Yes :) the idea is to generate random atmospheric conditions that vary across the planet

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This video shows a Landing Gear and Hull Crash Test.

The main purpose of the Landing Gear is to absorb the shock of the impact with the ground. This function is done in two ways: via the suspension system that absorbs the main impact, and by the wheels that gradually slow down the Spaceship.

In this video you'll see three crash events that you should avoid and that can damage your ship.

Do not try this at home and always insure your Spaceship :)

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