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There are numerous anomalous formations on the surfaces of bodies in the Kerbol System. Some remain undiscovered as of today.


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Kerbol

  • None known

Moho

  • There is a large, steep vertical "tunnel" that could be considered an easter egg, and anomalous forces are present around the rim of the tunnel, which is at Moho's north pole. Also known as the Mohole.

Eve

  • None known

Gilly

  • 0 degrees, 0 degrees, there is a perfect square pyramid.

Kerbin

Mun

Minmus

Broken terrain on the south pole of minimus.

Duna

The Giant Kerbal Face of Duna

Ike

  • Magic Boulder - There is a monolith on the boulder. Boulder contains strange clipping boundaries that can result in ships exploding seemingly spontaneously. It also seems to glow green as if it is radioactive. It is missing since 0.18, but it used to orbit at an altitude of 15km with an inclination of 80 degrees.
  • A pyramid at the north pole similar to the one formerly on Kerbin which flipped kerbals.
  • A large dark patch near the equator (13° 34′ 44″ S 26° 45′ 45″ E). The patch is only present when in 'space near' Ike; it is invisible on all map views. Present since at least 0.25.

Dres

  • None known

Jool

  • None known

Laythe

  • None known

Vall

Formation on Vall

Tylo

Bop

Pol

  • None known

Eeloo

  • None known.

Overall

  • While not easter eggs per se, the exact geographical poles of most bodies have highly unusual topography, usually making them inaccessible.

Kerbals

An average of the skin color in Kerbal arm textures compared to the rumored colors
  • The color of the Kerbals' skin is close to is #BADA55 (   ) in hexadecimal but does not match it exactly. The hexadecimal RGB value spells like “badass” in leetspeek. Some say #84D455 (   ) is the color of a Kerbal which is even further away than #BADA55. This connection is rumored, because Kerbals can have a BadS flag, which is usually interpreted as badass.

IVA

  • Some of the cockpits have post-it notes and other humorous writings inside them. The writing is somewhat blurry on normal settings and hard to read, but still legible. For transcripts of the notes, see the respective part pages.

Parts

Loading Screen

Main Menu

  • One of the two main menu images is that of a Kerbal standing on the Mun's surface, with Kerbin in the background. There is a 1 in 40 chance that a sand castle made of Mun dust can be seen at his feet.
  • There is another main menu image with multiple kerbals, apparently digging out the crashed lander. Note that this is not in the stock game and is in fact added by the toolbar mod.

Scenarios

The Kerbal XX orbiting Duna
  • During the Space Station One scenario, by zooming out far enough to show the planetary map, a ship by the name of 'Kerbal XX' can be seen orbiting around Duna in a near-equatorial orbit (as of 0.23)

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See also