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A three-stage rocket featuring various default parts (in 0.18.4)
Part icon.png

Parts are the basic assembly items for rocket and space plane construction in Kerbal Space Program. As a whole, they compose the building materials the player can choose from in the Vehicle Assembly Building and Space Plane Hangar. Parts are split up into seven major categories: Pods, Fuel Tanks, Engines, Command and Control, Structural, Aerodynamic, Utility, and Science. The full game has 227 parts to choose from (as of version 0.90); the latest demo version (0.18.3) has 24 parts.

The parts below are sometimes called vanilla parts, default parts, or stock parts in order to distinguish them from parts in mods.

The parts in the game generally resemble those of the American Space Program (NASA) during the 1950s-1970s, for instance, the Mk1-2 Command Pod resembles the Apollo Command Module, the Mk1 Command Pod resembles the Mercury Capsule, and many LV-series engines resemble American-built rocket parts. Kerbodyne rocket parts are virtually indistinguishable from real NASA rocket parts.

Units of measure

Ship mass is specified in metric tons (t), and engine thrust is measured in kilonewtons (kN).

The amount of resources counted in units, not marked in the game, but these units are differ by the kind of resource! These different resource units marked with different signs in the tables.

The special signs of the tables and their meaning:

  • Crew : used to sign the number of crew members. Means one kerbonaut.
  • Fund : the mark of the monetary unit of the Kerbals.
  • units of fuel : represents the unit for fuel (liquid fuel, oxidizer, monopropellant and solid fuel), as a volume means 2-2.5 liters.see here
  • Xenon unit : represents the unit for liquidized gas, in case of xenon means 0.1 kg of liquidized gas.
  • Air unit : represents the unit for intake air. One unit is equal with 5 kg intake air. The actual volume of air will depend on the atmospheric pressure. At sea level of Kerbin 3.8 m³ contains this amount, but in the upper atmosphere several hundred cubic meters are needed for this much air.
  •  : represents the unit for electric charge. As estimated from the capacity batteries and the consumers, it is about 10 kJ (power of 10 kW for a second).
  • Mit(s) : Measure of data, produced by experiments. There is no limit on the amount of data which can be stored.

There are some properties whose meanings may be unclear:

Tolerance, Impact tolerance 
The maximum speed (measured in m/s) at which the part can survive a collision with a rigid surface (for instance the surface of a celestial body). In a collision at a higher speed, the part will be destroyed.
Max. Temp. 
The maximum temperature the part can survive; above this temperature the part will be destroyed.
Drag 
The drag coefficient and not actually the drag in newtons applied to it.

Thrust-to-weight ratio

→ Main article: Thrust-to-weight ratio

The thrust-to-weight ratio (TWR) at sea level on Kerbin is calculated by the following equation, which applies only to rockets, because jets use a complicated formula for the lift on a vehicle to vehicle basis.

{\frac  {F_{T}}{W}}={\frac  {F_{T}}{m\cdot g_{0}}}
Where:
  • F_{T} is the thrust obtained from the engine, in kilonewtons.
  • W is the weight of the engine at sea level on Kerbin's surface in kilonewtons.
  • m is the mass of the engine in metric tons (t).
  • g_{0} is the acceleration at sea level on Kerbin's surface: 9.81 m/s².

This TWR applies only on Kerbin's surface. At other locations the weight differs because the gravitational acceleration is different.

Specific impulse

→ Main article: Specific impulse

The specific impulse at is calculated by the following equation. To reduce confusion about the unit of measurement, specific impulse could be given in velocity or time units. In game the specific impulse is specified in seconds.

I_{{sp}}={\frac  {T}{{\dot  m}\cdot g_{0}}},[I_{{sp}}]=s or I_{{sp}}={\frac  {T}{{\dot  m}}},[I_{{sp}}]={\frac  {m}{s}}
Where:
  • I_{{sp}} is the specific impulse measured in seconds.
  • T is the thrust obtained from the engine, in kilonewtons.
  • {\dot  m} is the mass flow rate in Mg/s, which is negative the time-rate of change of the vehicle's mass since propellant is being expelled. The total and dry mass are given in megagrams (metric tons, t).
    {\dot  m}={\frac  {{\text{Total Mass}}-{\text{Dry Mass}}}{{\text{Burn Time}}}},[{\dot  m}]={\frac  {Mg}{s}}
  • g_{0} is the acceleration at sea level on Kerbin's surface: 9.81 m/s².

The gravitational acceleration at sea level is only a conversion factor between the velocity and time unit. Because of this it won't change when the craft is not at Kerbin's surface. To convert the specific impulse from a time unit into a velocity unit multiply it with g_{0} to cancel out this factor.

Tables of Parts

In the tables are the main properties of the parts. In most cases the tables follows the categorization structure of the game. In case of deviation, the position in part board of the game is noted. Some parts have been made physicsless to improve performance in the game from version 0.23 onwards. These parts behave as if they have no mass and cause no drag, unless they become the root part of a vessel.

Many parts have some resource storing capacity, which makes the mass and the cost different in full and empty state. In this case the full is shown as normal, and the empty values are in round brackets under the full values. Some properties, like the entry cost, are not included, but can be found in the part-box on right side of the part's page.

Pods


Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Drag Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Torque
(kN · m)
Required Crew/
Power
Capacity
(⚡)
MK1COCKPIT.png
Mk1 Cockpit Small 2 200
(2 191)
1.28
(1.25)
0.1 2 000 45 10 Crew 50 ⚡
(+ 7.5 units of fuel MP)
Mk2cockpit.png
Mk1 Inline Cockpit Small 1 600
(1 591)
1.03
(1)
0.08 2 000 40 10 Crew 50 ⚡
(+ 7.5 units of fuel MP)
Mk2 Cockpit.png
Mk2 Cockpit Mk2 3 500
(3 482)
2.06
(2)
0.1 2 000 45 15 1 - 2 Crew 150 ⚡
(+ 15 units of fuel MP)
Mk2 Inline Cockpit.png
Mk2 Inline Cockpit Mk2 3 500
(3 470)
2.1
(2)
0.1 2 000 45 15 1 - 2 Crew 150 ⚡
(+ 25 units of fuel MP)
Mk3 Cockpit.png
Mk3 Cockpit Mk3, Small 10 000
(9 880)
3.90
(3.5)
0.1 2 000 60 40/40/20[Note 1] 1 - 4 Crew 500 ⚡
(+ 100 units of fuel MP)
Command Pod Mk1.png
Command Pod Mk1 Small, Tiny 600
(588)
0.84
(0.8)
0.2 2 400 14 5 Crew 50 ⚡
(+ 10 units of fuel MP)
Mk1-2commandpod.png
Mk1-2 Command Pod Large, Small 3 800
(3 764)
4.12
(4)
0.2 2 400 45 15 1 - 3 Crew 150 ⚡
(+ 30 units of fuel MP)
LanderCanMK1.png
Mk1 Lander Can Small 1 500
(1 482)
0.66
(0.6)
0.2 2 000 8 3 Crew 50 ⚡
(+ 15 units of fuel MP)
Can.png
Mk2 Lander-can Large 3 250
(3 202)
2.66
(2.5)
0.2 2 000 8 15 1 - 2 Crew 100 ⚡
(+ 40 units of fuel MP)
Cupola.PNG
PPD-12 Cupola Module Large, Small 3 200
(3 188)
1.80
(1.76)
0.4 2 000 8 9 Crew 200 ⚡
(+ 10 units of fuel MP)
Commandseat.png
EAS-1 External Command Seat Radial mounted 200 0.05 0.05 1 200 6 Crew
Probodobodyne RoveMate.png
Probodobodyne RoveMate 800 0.15 0.2 1 200 12 2.4 ⚡/min
(144 ⚡/h)
120
Cube1.png
Probodobodyne QBE Tiny 360 0.07 0.15-0.2 1 200 15 1.5 ⚡/min
(90 ⚡/h)
5
Probodobodyne HECS.png
Probodobodyne HECS Tiny 650 0.1 0.2 1 200 12 0.5 1.5 ⚡/min
(90 ⚡/h)
10
Octo.png
Probodobodyne OKTO Tiny 450 0.1 0.15-0.2 1 200 12 0.3 1.2 ⚡/min
(72 ⚡/h)
10
ProbeFlatty.png
Probodobodyne OKTO2 Tiny 1 480 0.04 0.15-0.2 1 200 12 1.8 ⚡/min
(108 ⚡/h)
5
Sput.png
Stayputnik Mk. 1 Tiny 300 0.05 0.15-0.2 1 800 12 1.67 ⚡/min
(100 ⚡/h)
10
Probestack.png
RC-001S Remote Guidance Unit Small 2 250 0.1 0.2 2 000 9 0.5 3.0 ⚡/min
(180 ⚡/h)
15
Probehuge.png
RC-L01 Remote Guidance Unit Large 3 400 0.5 0.2 2 000 9 1.5 4.8 ⚡/min
(288 ⚡/h)
30
MK2 Drone Core.png
Mk2 Drone Core Mk2 2 700 0.2 0.2 2 000 20 15/3/3[Note 1] 3.0 ⚡/min
(180 ⚡/h)
250
  1. 1.0 1.1 The exerted torque differ by the given axis, the values are for pitch/yaw/roll directions.


With 0.90, unmanned command modules vary in SAS capabilities (See command module for details.)

Fuel Tanks


Liquid Fuel Tanks

Rocket fuel density is 5 kg/unit Mass
(t)
Liquid
Fuel

(units of fuel)
Oxidizer
(units of fuel)
Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Full Empty
Round-8 FT.png
ROUND-8 Toroidal Fuel Tank Tiny 175
(147.46)
0.3375 0.0375 27 33
Oscar-B FT.png
Oscar-B Fuel Tank Tiny 70
(51.64)
0.225 0.025 18 22
FL-T100.png
FL-T100 Fuel Tank Small 150
(104.1)
0.5625 0.0625 45 55
FL-T200 FT.png
FL-T200 Fuel Tank Small 275
(183.2)
1.125 0.125 90 110
FL-T400 FT.png
FL-T400 Fuel Tank Small 500
(316.4)
2.25 0.25 180 220
FL-T800 FT.png
FL-T800 Fuel Tank Small 800
(432.8)
4.5 0.5 360 440
X200-8 FT.png
Rockomax X200-8 Fuel Tank Large 800
(432.8)
4.5 0.5 360 440
X200-16 FT.png
Rockomax X200-16 Fuel Tank Large 1 550
(815.6)
9 1 720 880
X200-32 FT.png
Rockomax X200-32 Fuel Tank Large 3 000
(1 531.2)
18 2 1 440 1 760
Jumbo FT.png
Rockomax Jumbo-64 Fuel Tank Large 5 750
(2 812.4)
36 4 2 880 3 520
Kerbodyne S3-3600 Tank.png
Kerbodyne S3-3600 Tank Extra large 3 250
(1 597.6)
20.5 2.5 1 620 1 980
Kerbodyne S3-7200 Tank.png
Kerbodyne S3-7200 Tank Extra large 6 500
(3 195.2)
41 5 3 240 3 960
Kerbodyne S3-14400 Tank.png
Kerbodyne S3-14400 Tank Extra large 13 000
(6 390.4)
82 10 6 480 7 920
Mk2 LF+O Fuselage Short.png
Mk2 LF+O Fuselage Short Mk2 750
(566.4)
2.29 0.29 180 220
Mk2 LF+O Fuselage.png
Mk2 LF+O Fuselage Mk2 1 450
(1 082.8)
4.6 0.6 360 440
Mk3 Rocket Fuel Fuselage Short.png
Mk3 Rocket Fuel Fuselage Short Mk3 2 500
(1 352.5)
14.29 1.8 1 125 1 375
Mk3 Rocket Fuel Fuselage.png
Mk3 Rocket Fuel Fuselage Mk3 5 000
(2 705)
28.57 3.57 2 250 2 750
Mk3 Rocket Fuel Fuselage Long.png
Mk3 Rocket Fuel Fuselage Long Mk3 10 000
(5 410)
57.14 7.14 4 500 5 500
C7 Brand Adapter - 2.5m to 1.25m.png
C7 Brand Adapter - 2.5m to 1.25m Large, Small 800
(433.0)
4.57 0.57 360 440
C7 Brand Adapter Slanted - 2.5m to 1.25m.png
C7 Brand Adapter Slanted - 2.5m to 1.25m Large, Small 800
(433.0)
4.57 0.57 360 440
Mk2 to 1.25m Adapter.png
Mk2 to 1.25m Adapter Mk2, Small 550
(366.4)
2.29 0.29 180 220
Mk2 to 1.25m Adapter Long.png
Mk2 to 1.25m Adapter Long Mk2, Small 1 050
(682.8)
4.57 0.57 360 440
Mk2 Bicoupler.png
Mk2 Bicoupler Mk2, Small x 2 860
(676.4)
2.29 0.29 180 220
Mk3 to Mk2 Adapter.png
Mk3 to Mk2 Adapter Mk3, Mk2 2 200
(1 282.0)
11.43 1.43 900 1 100
Mk3 to 2.5m Adapter.png
Mk3 to 2.5m Adapter Mk3, Large 2 500
(1 353.0)
14.29 1.8 1 125 1 375
Mk3 to 2.5m Adapter Slanted.png
Mk3 to 2.5m Adapter Slanted Mk3, Large 2 500
(1 353.0)
14.29 1.8 1 125 1 375
Mk3 to 3.75m Adapter.png
Mk3 to 3.75m Adapter Mk3, Extra large 2 500
(1 353.0)
14.29 1.8 1 125 1 375


Fuselages (Jet Fuel Tanks)

Jet fuel is identical to the liquid fuel in liquid fuel tanks.

Liquid Fuel Density is 5 kg/unit Mass
(t)
Max.
Temp.
(K)
Fuel
(units of fuel)
Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Full Empty
Engine nacelle.png
Engine Nacelle[Note 1] Small 1 550
(1 518)
0.35 0.15 2 000 40
Engine Pre-cooler[Note 1] Small 1 650
(1 618)
0.35 0.15 2 000 40
Mk1 FS.png
Structural Fuselage[Note 2] Small 380 0.1 0.1 2 000 0
Mk1 FT.png
Mk1 Liquid Fuel Fuselage Small 550
(430)
0.9 0.15 2 000 150
Mk2 Liquid Fuselage Short.png
Mk2 Liquid Fuel Fuselage Short Mk2 750
(430)
2.29 0.29 2 200 400
Mk2 FT.png
Mk2 Liquid Fuel Fuselage Mk2 1 450
(810)
4.57 0.57 2 200 800
Mk3 Liquid Fuel Fuselage Short.png
Mk3 Liquid Fuel Fuselage Short Mk3 4 300
(2 300)
14.29 1.79 2 300 2 500
Mk3 Liquid Fuel Fuselage.png
Mk3 Liquid Fuel Fuselage Mk3 8 600
(4 600)
28.57 3.57 2 300 5 000
Mk3 Liquid Fuel Fuselage Long.png
Mk3 Liquid Fuel Fuselage Long Mk3 17 200
(9 200)
57.14 7.14 2 300 10 000
NCS adapter.png
NCS Adapter Small, Tiny 320
(256)
0.5 0.1 2 000 80
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Engine Nacelle and Radial Engine Body are a combination of air intake and liquid fuel tank. Only the tank properties are shown (without the in-taken air). They are located in the "Aerodynamic" category in the game.
  2. This part is located in the "Structural" category in the game.


RCS Fuel Tanks

RCS Fuel Density is 4 kg/unit Mass
(t)
Fuel
(units of fuel)
Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Full Empty
FL-R10.png
FL-R10 RCS Fuel Tank Tiny 200
(104)
0.37 0.05 80
FL-R25 FT.png
FL-R25 RCS Fuel Tank Small 600
(300)
1.15 0.15 250
FL R1.PNG
FL-R1 RCS Fuel Tank Large 1 300
(400)
3.4 0.4 750
Mk2 Monopropellant Tank.png
Mk2 Monopropellant Tank Mk2 750
(270)
1.89 0.29 400
Mk3 Monopropellant Tank.png
Mk3 Monopropellant Tank Mk3 4 300
(3 100)
4.71 0.71 1 000
Stratus-v roundified monopropellant tank.png
Stratus-V Roundified Monopropellant Tank Radial mounted 200
(128)
0.315 0.075 60
Stratus-V Cylindrified.png
Stratus-V Cylindrified Monopropellant Tank Radial mounted 450
(270)
0.75 0.15 150


Xenon Tanks

Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Xenon
(Xenon unit)
PB-X50R.png
PB-X50R Xenon Container Radial mounted 2 200
(600)
0.07
(0.03)
400
Pb-x150 xenon container.png
PB-X150 Xenon Container Tiny 3 000
(200)
0.12
(0.05)
700
PB-X750 Xenon Container Small 22 500
(1 500)
0.94
(0.41)
5 250

Engines


Liquid Fuel Engines

Thrust
(kN)
T/W
ratio
Max. Fuel
Consumption
(≈t/s)
Isp (s) TVC
Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Gimbal
(°)
atm vac atm vac atm vac
LV-1R Liquid Fuel Engine HD.png
LV-1R "Spider" Liquid Fuel Engine Radial mounted 120 0.02 2 000 7 1.793 2.0 9.14 10.19 0.0007
(0.14 units of fuel/s)
260 290 8.0
Rockomax 24 77 Transparent.png
24-77 "Twitch" Liquid Fuel Engine Radial mounted 400 0.09 2 000 7 13.793 16.0 15.62 18.12 0.005625
(1.125 units of fuel/s)
250 290 8.0
Mark 55 Radial mount engine.png
Mk-55 "Thud" Liquid Fuel Engine Radial mounted 820 0.9 2 000 7 108.20 120.0 12.26 13.59 0.04012
(8.024 units of fuel/s)
275 305 8.0
O-10 MonoPropellant Engine.png
O-10 "Puff" MonoPropellant Fuel Engine[Note 1] Radial mounted 150 0.09 2 000 7 9.6 20.0 10.87 22.65 0.008156
(2.039 units of fuel/s)
120 250
LV-1 Liquid Fuel Engine HD.png
LV-1 "Ant" Liquid Fuel Engine Tiny 110 0.02 2 000 7 0.54 2.0 2.75 10.19 0.000645
(0.129 units of fuel/s)
85 315
Rockomax 48-7S.png
48-7S "Spark" Liquid Fuel Engine Tiny 200 0.1 2 000 7 16.2 18.0 16.51 18.35 0.00612
(1.122 units of fuel/s)
270 300 3.0
LV-T909 LFE.png
LV-909 "Terrier" Liquid Fuel Engine Small 390 0.5 2 000 7 14.783 60.0 3.01 12.23 0.017735
(3.547 units of fuel/s)
85 345 4.0
LV-T30 Liquid Fuel Engine recent.png
LV-T30 "Reliant" Liquid Fuel Engine Small 1 100 1.25 2 000 7 200.67 215.0 16.36 17.53 0.07308
(14.616 units of fuel/s)
280 300
LV-T45 LFE.png
LV-T45 "Swivel" Liquid Fuel Engine Small 1 200 1.5 2 000 7 168.75 200.0 11.47 13.59 0.063735
(12.747 units of fuel/s)
270 320 3.0
Rapier Engine 01.png
CR-7 R.A.P.I.E.R. Engine[Note 2] Small 6 000 2.0 2 000 20 162.30 180.0 8.27 9.17 0.0496
(12.036 units of fuel/s)
275 305 3.0
ToroidalAerospikeRocket.png
T-1 Toroidal "Aerospike" Liquid Fuel Engine Small 3 850 1.5 2 000 20 163.53 180.0 11.11 12.23 0.052635
(10.529 units of fuel/s)
290 340
LV-N Atomic.png
LV-N "Nerv" Atomic Rocket Motor[Note 3] Small 10 000 3.0 2 500 12 13.875 60.0 0.47 2.04 0.00765
(1.530 units of fuel/s)
185 800
RockomaxPoodle.png
Rockomax "Poodle" Liquid Engine Large 1 300 1.75 2 000 7 60.714 250.0 3.54 14.56 0.072835
(14.567 units of fuel/s)
85 350 4.5
Skipper.png
Rockomax "Skipper" Liquid Engine Large 5 300 3 2 000 8 568.75 650.0 19.33 22.09 0.20713
(41.426 units of fuel/s)
280 320 2.0
Rockomax Mainsail transparent.png
Rockomax "Mainsail" Liquid Engine Large 13 000 6 2 000 7 1 379.0 1 500 23.43 25.48 0.49341
(98.682 units of fuel/s)
285 310 2.0
LFB KR-1x2.png
LFB KR-1x2 "Twin-Boar" Liquid Fuel Engine[Note 4] Large 17 000
(14 062.4)
42
(10)
2 000 20 1 866.7 2 000 4.53
(19.03)
4.85
(20.39)
0.67981
(135.962 units of fuel/s)
280 300 1.5
Big1.png
Kerbodyne KR-2L+ "Rhino" Liquid Fuel Engine Extra large 21 000 8.5 2 000 7 1 000 2 000 19.99 23.99 0.599835
(119.967 units of fuel/s)
170 340 4.0
Quad.png
S3 KS-25x4 "Mammoth" Liquid Fuel Engine Extra large 39 000 15.0 2 000 20 3 746.0 4 000 25.46 27.18 1.29488
(258.976 units of fuel/s)
295 315 2.0
  1. Consumes monopropellant. (the density of monopropellant is less: 4kg/unit)
  2. The R.A.P.I.E.R. Engine is a combination of liquid fuel and jet engine. Only the liquid fuel engine properties are shown.
  3. Consumes liquid fuel only.
  4. The LFB KR-1x2 is a liquid fuel booster -- a combination of a "normal" engine and a fuel tank.


Jet Engines

Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Drag Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Thrust
(kN)
TWR Fuel
(units of fuel/s)
Isp (s) TVC
(°)
Basicjetengine.png
Basic Jet Engine Small 950 1 0.2 3 600 7 150 15.3 0.0955 7 282 max

1 456 stall

1.0
Turbojetengine.png
TurboJet Engine Small 2 250 1.2 0.2 3 600 7 225 19.1 0.358 8 192 max

546 stall

1.0
Rapier Engine 01.png
R.A.P.I.E.R. Engine[Note 1] Small 3 600 1.2 0.2 3 600 20 190 16.1 0.30 2 524 max

800 stall

3.0
  1. The R.A.P.I.E.R. Engine is a combination of liquid fuel and jet engine. Only the jet engine properties are shown.

Solid Fuel Boosters

Solid Fuel Density is 7.5 kg/unit Mass
(t)
Max.
Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Fuel
(units of fuel)
Thrust
(kN)
TWR Isp (s) Burn
(s)
Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Full Empty
Full Empty atm vac atm vac atm vac atm vac
RT-5 "Flea" Solid Fuel Booster Small 320
(260)
1.20 0.45 2 000 7 100 179.2 192.0 16.99 12.74 31.71 33.98 140 150 5.75
RT-10.png
RT-10 "Hammer" Solid Fuel Booster Small 580
(400)
3.0 0.75 2 000 7 300 210.185 227.0 7.14 7.71 28.57 30.85 150 162 15.71
BACC SFB.png
Rockomax BACC Solid Fuel Booster Small 1 050
(690)
6.0 1.5 2 200 7 850 275.0 300.0 4.67 7.71 5.10 20.39 165 180 26.48
SRB.png
S1 SRB-KD25k Small 2 700
(1 200)
23.25 4.5 2 200 7 2 500 599.474 650.0 2.63 13.58 2.82 14.72 170 190 52.14
Sepratron.png
Sepratron I Radial mounted 75
(70)
0.0725 0.0125 2 000 7 8 13.792 18.0 19.39 112.47 25.31 146.79 118 154 5.03
Launch Escape System.png
Launch Escape System[Note 1] Small 1 000
(982)
1.1 0.9 2 200 15 30 666.667 750.0 60.41 75.51 67.96 84.95 160 180 0.53
  1. The Launch Escape System is located in category "Utility" in the game.


Ion Engines

Thrust
(kN)
TWR Isp (s) Max. Consumption
Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Electricity
(⚡/s)
Xenon
(Xenon unit/s)
atm vac atm vac atm vac
PB-ION.png
PB-ION Electric Propulsion System Tiny 8 000 0.25 0.048 2.0 0.019 0.816 100 4 200 8.74 0.486


Command and Control


SAS modules

Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Drag Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Electricity
(⚡/s)
Avionicspackage.png
CH-J3 Fly-By-Wire Avionics Hub Tiny 4 000 0.08 0.1 2 000 9.0 0.03

Reaction wheels

Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Torque
(kN·m)
Electricity
(⚡/s)
Inline reaction wheel.png
Small Inline Reaction Wheel Tiny 600 0.05 2 000 9 5 0.25
(15 ⚡/min)
Inline advanced stabilizer.png
Advanced Inline Stabilizer Small 1 200 0.1 2 000 9 15 0.45
(27 ⚡/min)
ASAS large.png
Advanced Reaction Wheel Module, Large Large 2 100 0.2 2 000 9 30 0.6
(36 ⚡/min)


RCS thrusters

Image Part Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Thrust
(kN)
Isp (s)
atm vac
RV-105 RCS.png
RV-105 RCS Thruster Block 620 0.05 15 1 100 260
Linear RCS port.png
Place-Anywhere 7 Linear RCS Port 280 0.03 50 2 100 260
VR-N1ER Veer-Governor.png
Vernor Engine[Note 1] 1 400 0.08 50 12 140 260
  1. The Vernor Engine does use the liquid fuel/oxidizer mixture.

Structural


Decoupler and Separator

Decouplers stay attached to one of the parts being separated; Separators detach from both parts (floating through space as debris afterwards).

Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Ejection impulse
(Ns)[Note 1]
TT-38K.png
TT-38K Radial Decoupler Radial mounted 600 0.025 2 000 8 2 500
TT-70.png
TT-70 Radial Decoupler Radial mounted 700 0.05 2 000 8 2 600
TT38K flat.png
Hydraulic Detachment Manifold Radial mounted 770 0.4 2 000 8 4 500
Structural Pylon.png
Structural Pylon Radial mounted 1 275 0.2 2 000 70 2 500
TR-2V.png
TR-2V Stack Decoupler Tiny 300 0.015 2 000 9 150
TR-2C.png
TR-2C Stack Separator Tiny 450 0.02 2 000 9 150
TR-18A.png
TR-18A Stack Decoupler Small 400 0.05 2 000 9 2 500
TR-18D.png
TR-18D Stack Separator Small 600 0.075 2 000 9 2 500
TR-19A.png
Rockomax Brand Decoupler Large 550 0.4 2 000 9 2 500
TR-XL.png
TR-XL Stack Separator Large 900 0.45 2 000 9 6 000
TR-38-D.png
TR-38-D Extra large 600 0.8 2 000 9 1 000
  1. In the game the values are without unit, but by the physics their "missing unit" is equal with 10 Ns.


Adapters, Couplers & Struts

Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Fl A10 adapter.png
FL-A10 Adapter Small, Tiny 150 0.05 2 000 6
Rockomax adapter.PNG
Rockomax Brand Adapter Large, Small 500 0.1 2 000 6
Kerbodyne ADTP-2-3.png
Kerbodyne ADTP-2-3 Extra large, Large 2 600 0.2 2 000 6
FL-A5 Adapter.png
FL-A5 Adapter Small, Tiny 100 0.04 2 000 6
Rockomax Brand Adapter 02.png
Rockomax Brand Adapter 02 Large, Small 450 0.08 2 000 6
Small hardpoint.png
Small Hardpoint Radial mounted 1 275 0.02 2 000 20
Strut connector.png
EAS-4 Strut Connector Radial mounted 42 0.05 2 000 12
External fuel duct.png
FTX-2 External Fuel Duct[Note 1] Radial mounted 150 0.05 2 000 12
Cubic Octagonal Strut.png
Cubic Octagonal Strut 16 0.001 2 000 7
Octagonal Strut.png
Octagonal Strut 20 0.001 2 000 7
Modular Girder Adapter.png
Modular Girder Adapter Small 50 0.25 2 000 80
Modular Girder Segment.png
Modular Girder Segment 25 0.175 2 000 80
Modular Girder Segment XL.png
Modular Girder Segment XL 75 0.375 2 000 80
M-Beam 650 I-Beam.png
M-Beam 650 I-Beam 50 0.08 2 000 80
M-Beam 200 I-Beam.png
M-Beam 200 I-Beam 25 0.375 2 000 80
M-Beam 200 I-Beam Pocket Edition.png
M-Beam 200 I-Beam Pocket Edition 14 0.1875 2 000 80
Micronode.png
The Not-Rockomax Micronode 25 0.15 2 000 15
M-1x1 Structural Panel.png
M-1x1 Structural Panel 30 0.075 2 000 80
M-2x2 Structural Panel.png
M-2x2 Structural Panel 90 0.3 2 000 80
Radial attachment point.png
BZ-52 Radial Attachment Point Small 1 250 0.04 2 000 10
Rockomax Hubmax Multi-Point Connector big.png
Rockomax HubMax Multi-Point Connector Small 900 1.500 2 000 15
Mk1 FS.png
Structural Fuselage Small 380 0.1 2 000 70
TVR-200 Stack Bi-Coupler.png
TVR-200 Stack Bi-Coupler Small, Small x 2 400 0.1 2 000 9
TVR-1180C.png
TVR-1180C Mk1 Stack Tri-Coupler Small, Small x 3 680 0.15 2 000 12
TVR-2160C Mk2 Stack Quad-Coupler.png
TVR-2160C Mk2 Stack Quad-Coupler Small, Small x 4 2 000 0.175 2 000 12
TVR-200L Stack Bi-Adapter.png
TVR-200L Stack Bi-Adapter Large, Small x 2 400 0.1 2 000 12
TVR-300L Stack Tri-Adapter.png
TVR-300L Stack Tri-Adapter Large, Small x 3 600 0.15 2 000 12
TVR-400L Stack Quad-Adapter.png
TVR-400L Stack Quad-Adapter Large, Small x 4 800 0.2 2 000 12
  1. This part is located in the "Fuel Tanks" category in the game.


Ground Support

Image Part Cost
(Fund)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
TT18A.png
TT18-A Launch Stability Enhancer 200 2 000 100

Aerodynamic


Air Intakes

Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Drag Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Intake Air (Air unit)
(Initial/Max)
Intake Area
(m2)
Circular intake.png
Circular Intake Small 680 0.01 0.3 3 400 20 0.2 / 0.2 0.008
Ram air intake.png
Ram Air Intake Small 2 680 0.01 0.3 3 400 10 0.2 / 0.2 0.01
Shock Cone Intake.png
Shock Cone Intake Small 3 050 0.027 0.3 3 400 10 0.4 / 0.8 0.012
Mk1 Fuselage-Intake.png
Mk1 Fuselage - Intake Small 720 0.1225 0.2 3 000 20 0.5 / 1.0 0.006
Engine nacelle.png
Engine Nacelle[Note 1] Small 1 550
(1 518)
0.35
(0.15)
0.2 2 900 20 0.2 / 0.2 0.005
Radial engine body.png
Radial Engine Body[Note 1] Small 1 650
(1 618)
0.35
(0.15)
0.2 2 900 20 0.2 / 0.2 0.005
XM-G50 Radial Air Intake.png
XM-G50 Radial Air Intake Radial mounted 1 000 0.012 0.2 5 000 80 0.5 / 1.0 0.006
Structural Intake.png
Structural Intake Radial mounted 900 0.01 0.2 5 000 80 0.5 / 1.0 0.0025

The values of masses in the table don't consist the mass of the intake air (5 kg/Air unit), as you can see in the SPH/VAB.

  1. 1.0 1.1 The Engine Nacelle and Radial Engine Body are a combination of air intake and liquid fuel tank of 40 units. Only the air intake properties are shown.


Nose Cones

Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Drag Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Standard Nosecone.png Standard NC Tiny 180 0.1 0.1 3 400 40
Aerodynamic Nosecone.png Aerodynamic Nose Cone Small 240 0.03 0.1 3 400 10
Protective Nosecone.png Protective Rocket Nose Mk7 Large 450 0.4 0.1 3 400 10

Wings and Wing Parts

Dimensions (m)[Note 1]
Image Part Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Drag Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Lift L W(/E) SD
Swept wings.png Swept Wings[Note 2] 620 0.05 0.02 3 400 15 1.6 5 2 / 2 1
Wing Connector Type A.png
Wing Connector Type A 500 0.1 0.02 3 400 15 2 2 4
Wing Connector Type B.png
Wing Connector Type B 500 0.1 0.02 3 400 15 2 4 2
Wing Connector Type C.png
Wing Connector Type C 250 0.5 0.02 3 400 15 1 2 2
Wing Connector Type D.png
Wing Connector Type D 100 0.025 0.02 3 400 15 0.5 2 1
Wing Connector Type E.png
Wing Connector Type E 100 0.025 0.02 3 400 15 0.5 1 2
Delta wing.png
Delta Wing 680 0.1 0.02 3 400 15 2 4 4 / 0
Small Delta Wing.png
Small Delta Wing 200 0.025 0.02 3 400 15 0.5 2 2 / 0
Wing Strake.png
Wing Strake 400 0.025 0.02 3 400 15 0.75 1 4 / 0
Structural Wing Type A.png
Structural Wing Type A 500 0.05 0.02 3 400 15 1 2 4 / 0
Structural Wing Type B.png
Structural Wing Type B 500 0.05 0.02 3 400 15 1 4 2 / 0
Structural Wing Type C.png
Structural Wing Type C 300 0.025 0.02 3 400 15 0.5 4 1 / 0
Structural Wing Type D.png
Structural Wing Type D 150 0.012 0.02 3 400 15 0.25 1 2 / 0
Swept Wing Type A.png Swept Wing Type A 500 0.05 0.02 3 400 15 1 4 2 / 0 2
Swept Wing Type B.png Swept Wing Type B 500 0.05 0.02 3 400 15 1 4 2 / 2 2
  1. full length, width(/width at ending), "sweeping" depth. See the wing article.
  2. this wing is not modular, and its dimensions are approximative.

Winglets

Image Part Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Drag Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Lift
Image needed.svg
Basic Fin 25 0.01 0.02 934 4 0.12
AVT1 Winglet.png
AV-T1 Winglet 500 0.04 0.02 2 000 12 0.3
Tail fin.png
Tail Fin 600 0.13 0.02 2 000 12 0.61

Controlled wings and surfaces

Image Part Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Drag Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Lift Deflection Range
(°)
Surface
Area
Av-r8 winglet.png
AV-R8 Winglet 640 0.1 0.02 2 000 12 0.5 15 0.95
Standard canard.png
Standard Canard 720 0.1 0.02 2 000 12 0.5 20 0.95
Advanced canard.png
Advanced Canard 800 0.08 0.02 2 000 12 0.4 20 0.95
Delta-deluxe winglet.png
Delta-Deluxe Winglet 600 0.08 0.02 2 000 12 0.65 15 0.2
Tail Fin 600 0.125 0.02 2 000 12 0.61 25 1.0
FAT-455 Aeroplane Tail Fin 1 000 0.08 0.02 1 200 15 2.69 15 0.2
Big-S Spaceplane Tail Fin 2 000 0.45 0.02 2 000 15 3.49 25 0.29
Elevon 1.png Elevon 1 400 0.05 0.02 2 000 15 0.25 20 0.95
Elevon 2.png Elevon 2 550 0.06 0.02 2 000 15 0.30 20 0.95
Elevon 3.png Elevon 3 650 0.08 0.02 2 000 15 0.42 20 0.95
Elevon 4.png Elevon 4 400 0.04 0.01 2 000 15 0.18 20 0.95
Elevon 5.png Elevon 5 800 0.08 0.02 2 000 15 0.4 20 0.95
Big-S Elevon 1 950 0.15 0.02 2 000 15 0.77 25 1.0
Big-S Elevon 1 1 300 0.23 0.02 2 000 15 1.16 25 1.0
FAT-445 Aeroplane Control Surface 800 0.17 0.02 1 200 15 0.86 15 1.0


Fairings

Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Max Radius
(m)
Panel mass
(t/m2)
Panel Cost
(Fund/m2)
Image needed.svg
AE-FF1 Airstream Protective Shell (1.25m) Small 900 0.15 2 400 9 1.50 0.030 6.00
Image needed.svg
AE-FF2 Airstream Protective Shell (2.5m) Large 900 0.35 2 400 9 3.00 0.040 12.00
Image needed.svg
AE-FF3 Airstream Protective Shell (3.75m) Extra large 900 0.95 2 400 9 6.00 0.060 18.00


Heat Shields

Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Drag Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Ablator
Image needed.svg
Heat Shield (1.25m) Small 300
(200)
0.3
(0.1)
0.2 3 400 9 200
Image needed.svg
Heat Shield (2.5m) Large 600
(200)
1.3
(0.5)
0.2 3 400 9 800
Image needed.svg
Heat Shield (3.75m) Extra large 900
(0)
2.8
(1.0)
0.2 3 400 9 1 800


Utility


Landing Gears

Image Part Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Drag Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
LT2(1).png
LT-1 Landing Struts 240 0.05 0.2 2 900 12
LT2.png
LT-2 Landing Strut 340 0.1 0.2 2 900 12
LT5.png
LT-5 Micro Landing Strut 200 0.015 0.2 2 900 10
Image needed.svg
LY-01 Fixed Landing Gear 100 0.05 0.2-0.3 1 000 25
Image needed.svg
LY05 Steerable Landing Gear 150 0.04 0.2-0.3 1 000 25
Landing gear.png
LY-10 Small Landing Gear 450 0.04 0.2-0.3 2 000 50
Image needed.svg
LY-50 Medium Landing Gear 700 0.25 0.2-0.3 2 000 50
Image needed.svg
LY-99 Large Landing Gear 1200 0.6 0.2-0.3 2 000 70

Parachutes

Effective Diameter Semi-Deploy
Pressure
(atm) [Note 1]
Full-Deploy
Altitude
(m AGL) [Note 1]
Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Semi-
-Deployed
Fully
Deployed
Mk16 Parachute.png
Mk16 Parachute Tiny 422 0.1 0.4 20.7 0.04 500
Mk16-XL Parachute.png
Mk16-XL Parachute Small 850 0.3 1.3 37.8 0.04 500
Mk2-R Parachute.png
Mk2-R Radial-Mount Parachute Radial mounted 400 0.1 0.8 30.4 0.04 500
Mk25 Parachute.png
Mk25 Parachute Small 400 0.2 0.7 4.7 0.02 2 500
Image needed.svg
Mk12-R Radial-Mount Drogue Chute Radial mounted 300 0.075 0.7 5.6 0.02 2 500
  1. 1.0 1.1 This setting is tweakable


Ladders

Image Part Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
PegasusME.png
Pegasus I Mobility Enhancer 100 0.005 2 000 8
ME1.png
Telus Mobility Enhancer 350 0.005 2 000 8
ME2.png
Telus-LV Bay Mobility Enhancer 440 0.005 2 000 8


Electricity

Generators
Image Part Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Drag Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Electricity
(⚡/s)
Electricity Per Ton
(⚡/s·t)
Gigantor XL.png
Gigantor XL Solar Array 3 000 0.3 0.2 1 200 8 24.4[Note 1] 81.3
OX-4W.png
OX-4W 2x3 Photovoltaic Panels 300 0.0175 0.2 1 200 8 1.64[Note 1] 93.7
OX-4L.png
OX-4L 1x6 Photovoltaic Panels 300 0.0175 0.2 1 200 8 1.64[Note 1] 93.7
SP-W.png
SP-W 2x3 Photovoltaic Panels 440 0.025 0.2 2 000 8 1.64[Note 1] 65.6
SP-L.png
SP-L 1x6 Photovoltaic Panels 440 0.025 0.2 2 000 8 1.64[Note 1] 65.6
OX-STAT.png
OX-STAT Photovoltaic Panels 75 0.005 0.2 1 200 8 0.35[Note 1] 70
PB-NUK.png
PB-NUK Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator 23 300 0.08 0.2 1 200 7 0.75 9.4
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Energy output depends on the distance and angle to the Sun. The value is achieved at Kerbin's distance, with the panel pointed directly at the Sun.
Batteries
Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Capacity
(⚡)
Z-100.png
Z-100 Rechargeable Battery Pack Radial mounted 80 0.005 1 200 8 100
Z-200.png
Z-200 Rechargeable Battery Bank Tiny 360 0.01 2 000 8 200
Z-400.png
Z-400 Rechargeable Battery Radial mounted 550 0.02 1 200 8 400
Z-1k.png
Z-1k Rechargeable Battery Bank Small 880 0.1 2 000 8 1 000
Z-4K.png
Z-4K Rechargeable Battery Bank Large 4 500 0.2 2 000 8 4 000


Lights
Image Part Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Electricity
(⚡/s)
Illuminator Mk1.png Illuminator Mk1 100 0.015 2 000 8 0.04
(2.4 ⚡/min)
Illuminator Mk2.png Illuminator Mk2 100 0.015 2 000 8 0.02
(1.2 ⚡/min)

Docking

Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Clamp-o-tron jr.png
Clamp-O-Tron Jr. Tiny 800 0.02 2 000 10
Clamp-o-tron docking port.png
Clamp-O-Tron Docking Port Small 280 0.05 2 000 10
Clamp-O-Tron Shielded Docking Port.png
Clamp-O-Tron Shielded Docking Port Small 400 0.1 2 400 10
Clamp o tron Sr.PNG
Clamp-O-Tron Sr. Docking Port Large 980 0.2 2 000 20
Inline Clamp-O-Tron.png
Inline Clamp-O-Tron Small 700 0.3 2 000 10
Mk2 Clamp-O-Tron.png
Mk2 Clamp-O-Tron[Note 1] Mk2 850
(760)
0.6
(0.3)
2 200 50
AGU Advanced Grabbing Unit.png
Advanced Grabbing Unit Small 450 0.075 2 000 50
  1. The Mk2 Clamp-O-Tron is a combination of docking port and monopropellant tank of 75 units. Only the docking port properties are shown.


Habitation module

Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Crew
capacity
PPD-10 Hitchhiker Storage Container.png
PPD-10 Hitchhiker Storage Container Large 4 000 2.5 2 000 6 4
Mk2 Crew Cabin.png
Mk2 Crew Cabin Mk2 4 200 2.0 2 200 6 4
Mk3 Passenger Module.png
Mk3 Passenger Module Mk3 30 000 6.5 2 300 60 16


Cargo bays

Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Capacity
Mk2 Cargo Bay CRG-04.png
Mk2 Cargo Bay CRG-04 Mk2 320 0.25 2 200 50 1.25x1.875 m
(FL-T400)
Mk2 Cargo Bay CRG-08.png
Mk2 Cargo Bay CRG-08 Mk2 500 0.5 2 200 50 1.25x3.75 m
(FL-T800)
Mk3 Cargo Bay CRG-25.png
Mk3 Cargo Bay CRG-25 Mk3 750 1.5 2 300 50 2.50x2.50 m
(1⅓ x X200-16)
Mk3 Cargo Bay CRG-50.png
Mk3 Cargo Bay CRG-50 Mk3 1 500 3.0 2 300 50 2.50x5.00 m
(1⅓ x X200-32)
Mk3 Cargo Bay CRG-100.png
Mk3 Cargo Bay CRG-100 Mk3 3 000 6.0 2 300 50 2.50x10.00 m
(1⅓ x Jumbo-64)


Rover wheels

Image Part Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Electricity
(⚡/s)
Top speed
(m/s)
Breakdown speed
(m/s)
RoveMax Model S2.png
RoveMax Model S2 300 0.05 0.50 10 20
RoveMax Model M1.png
RoveMax Model M1 450 0.075 1.00 21 60
Ruggedized rover wheel.png
TR-2L Ruggedized Vehicular Wheel 580 0.05 0.70 23 60
RoveMax Model XL3.png
RoveMax Model XL3 1 200 1.25 2.00 12 30


Science


These parts are used to do science and are most useful in the career and science game modes.

Communications

Image Part Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
Electricity
(⚡/Mit)
Net transmission speed
(Mits/s)
Communotron 16.png
Communotron 16 300 0.005 2 000 7 6
(20 ⚡/s)
3.33
Comms DTS-M1 02.png
Comms DTS-M1 600 0.03 2 000 8 6
(24 ⚡/s)
5.71
Communotron 88-88.png
Communotron 88-88 1 100 0.025 2 000 7 10
(200 ⚡/s)
20.00


Labs

Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance
(m/s)
MPL-LG-2-02.png
Mobile Processing Lab MPL-LG-2 Large 4 000 3.5 2 000 6

Sensors

Image Part Radial size Cost
(Fund)
Mass
(t)
Max. Temp.
(K)
Tolerance Electricity
(⚡/s)
Data size
(Mits)
Experiment (Base Science Value)
ScienceJR-02.png
SC-9001 Science Jr Small 880 0.2 1 200 6 25 Materials Study (25)
Mystery Goo Containment Unit-02.png
Mystery Goo™ Containment Unit Radial mounted 800 0.05 1 200 12 10 Mystery Goo Observation (10)
Double-C Seismic Accelerometer.png
Double-C Seismic Accelerometer Radial mounted 6 000 0.01 1 200 8 0.0075
(0.45 ⚡/min)
50 Seismic Scan (20)
Bar1.png
PresMat Barometer Radial mounted 3 300 0.01 1 200 8 0.0075
(0.45 ⚡/min)
12 Atmospheric Pressure Scan (12)
GRAVMAX Negative Gravioli Detector.png
GRAVMAX Negative Gravioli Detector Radial mounted 8 800 0.01 1 200 8 0.0075
(0.45 ⚡/min)
60 Gravity Scan (20)
2HOT Thermometer.png
2HOT Thermometer Radial mounted 900 0.01 1 200 8 0.0075
(0.45 ⚡/min)
8 Temperature Scan (8)
Image needed.svg
Atmospheric Fluid Spectro-Variometer Radial mounted 6 500 0.01 1 200 8 200 Atmosphere Analysis (20)


Default parts
Jet engines J-33 "Wheesley" Basic Jet EngineJ-X4 "Whiplash" Turbo Ramjet EngineCR-7 R.A.P.I.E.R. Engine
Liquid fuel tanks Oscar-B Fuel TankROUND-8 Toroidal Fuel TankFL-T100 Fuel TankFL-T200 Fuel TankFL-T400 Fuel TankFL-T800 Fuel TankRockomax X200-8 Fuel TankRockomax X200-16 Fuel TankRockomax X200-32 Fuel TankRockomax Jumbo-64 Fuel TankKerbodyne S3-3600 TankKerbodyne S3-7200 TankKerbodyne S3-14400 TankC7 Brand Adapter - 2.5m to 1.25mC7 Brand Adapter Slanted - 2.5m to 1.25mNCS Adapter
Liquid fuel engines LV-1 "Ant" Liquid Fuel EngineLV-1R "Spider" Liquid Fuel Engine24-77 "Twitch" Liquid Fuel Engine48-7S "Spark" Liquid Fuel EngineMk-55 "Thud" Liquid Fuel EngineT-1 Toroidal "Aerospike" Liquid Fuel EngineLV-N "Nerv" Atomic Rocket MotorLV-909 "Terrier" Liquid Fuel EngineLV-T45 "Swivel" Liquid Fuel EngineLV-T30 "Reliant" Liquid Fuel EngineRE-L10 "Poodle" Liquid Fuel EngineRE-I5 "Skipper" Liquid Fuel EngineRE-M3 "Mainsail" Liquid EngineKerbodyne KR-2L+ "Rhino" Liquid Fuel EngineLFB KR-1x2 "Twin-Boar" Liquid Fuel EngineS3 KS-25x4 "Mammoth" Liquid Fuel Engine
Solid fuel rockets Sepratron IRT-5 "Flea" Solid Fuel BoosterRT-10 "Hammer" Solid Fuel BoosterBACC "Thumper" Solid Fuel BoosterS1 SRB-KD25k "Kickback" Solid Fuel Booster
Monopropellant fuel tanks Stratus-V Cylindrified Monopropellant TankStratus-V Roundified Monopropellant TankFL-R1 RCS Fuel TankFL-R10 RCS Fuel TankFL-R25 RCS Fuel TankMk2 Monopropellant TankMk3 Monopropellant Tank
Monopropellant engines O-10 "Puff" MonoPropellant Fuel Engine
Jet fuselages Mk1 Liquid Fuel FuselageMk2 to 1.25m AdapterMk2 to 1.25m Adapter LongMk2 Liquid Fuel FuselageMk2 Liquid Fuel Fuselage ShortMk2 Rocket Fuel FuselageMk2 Rocket Fuel Fuselage ShortMk2 Bicoupler2.5m to Mk2 AdapterMk3 to 2.5m AdapterMk3 to 2.5m Adapter SlantedMk3 to 3.75m AdapterMk3 to Mk2 AdapterMk3 Liquid Fuel FuselageMk3 Liquid Fuel Fuselage ShortMk3 Liquid Fuel Fuselage LongMk3 Rocket Fuel FuselageMk3 Rocket Fuel Fuselage ShortMk3 Rocket Fuel Fuselage Long
Fuel transfer FTX-2 External Fuel Duct
Xenon propulsion IX-6315 "Dawn" Electric Propulsion SystemPB-X50R Xenon ContainerPB-X150 Xenon ContainerPB-X750 Xenon Container
Ore storage Small Holding TankLarge Holding Tank
Landing gear LY-10 Small Landing GearLY-50 Medium Landing GearLY-99 Large Landing GearLY05 Steerable Landing GearLY-01 Fixed Landing GearLT-05 Micro Landing StrutLT-1 Landing StrutsLT-2 Landing Strut
Parachutes Mk2-R Radial-Mount ParachuteMk16 ParachuteMk16-XL ParachuteMk25 ParachuteLaunch Escape SystemMk12-R Radial-Mount Drogue Chute
Ladders Pegasus I Mobility EnhancerTelus Mobility EnhancerTelus-LV Bay Mobility Enhancer
Powered wheels RoveMax Model M1RoveMax Model S2RoveMax Model XL3TR-2L Ruggedized Vehicular Wheel
Generators PB-NUK Radioisotope Thermoelectric GeneratorOX-STAT Photovoltaic PanelsGigantor XL Solar ArrayOX-4W 3x2 Photovoltaic PanelsOX-4L 1x6 Photovoltaic PanelsSP-W 3x2 Photovoltaic PanelsSP-L 1x6 Photovoltaic PanelsFuel CellFuel Cell Array
Batteries Z-100 Rechargeable Battery PackZ-400 Rechargeable BatteryZ-200 Rechargeable Battery BankZ-1k Rechargeable Battery BankZ-4K Rechargeable Battery Bank
Lamps Illuminator Mk1Illuminator Mk2
Space station parts Clamp-O-Tron Jr.Clamp-O-Tron Docking PortClamp-O-Tron Shielded Docking PortClamp-O-Tron Sr. Docking PortInline Clamp-O-TronAdvanced Grabbing UnitPPD-10 Hitchhiker Storage ContainerMk2 Crew CabinMk3 Passenger Module
Cargo bays Mk2 Cargo Bay CRG-04Mk2 Cargo Bay CRG-08Mk3 Cargo Bay CRG-25Mk3 Cargo Bay CRG-50Mk3 Cargo Bay CRG-100Service Bay (1.25m)Service Bay (2.5m)
Ore processing 'Drill-O-Matic' Mining ExcavatorISRU Converter