GRAVMAX Negative Gravioli Detector

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GRAVMAX Negative Gravioli Detector
Part image
Environmental sensor by
Probodobodyne Inc
Radial size Radial mounted
Cost (total) 8 800.00 Funds
Mass (total) 0.01 t [N 1]
Drag 0.2 [N 1]
Max. Temp. 1200 K
Impact Tolerance 8 m/s
Research Advanced science tech.png Advanced Science Tech
Unlock cost 12 200 Funds
Since version 0.18
Part configuration sensorGravimeter
Experiment Gravity Scan
Electricity required 0.0075 ⚡/s

  1. 1.0 1.1 The mass and drag are from the part config, but the game handles it massless/dragless.


The GRAVMAX Negative Gravioli Detector displays gravity in meters per second squared when right clicked.

Usage

This instrument shows the gravity in your current sphere of influence to 4 significant figures. This can be used with altitude to estimate the mass of the nearest celestial body or to measure it's surface gravity. Alternatively, it can be used with the accelerometer and altitude to make landing estimates.

While active, the gravimeter drains 0.0075 electric charge per second (27 E/hr).

The detector does not function in high orbits depending on the orbited body.

Celestial body Altitude Gravitational acceleration Measurement location[note 1]
Kerbol < 13 599 840 km > 0.00633845348 m/s² orbit
Kerbol 1 110 651 m 16.99 m/s² orbit
Moho 5172 m 2.59 m/s² surface
Eve 304 m 16.66 m/s² surface
Kerbin 1 800 km 0.61 m/s² orbit
Kerbin 0 m 9.81 m/s² surface
Mun 600 km 0.1 m/s² orbit
Mun 566 m 1.62 m/s² surface
Minmus 180 km 0.03 m/s² orbit
Minmus 4360 m 0.43 m/s² surface
Duna 3321 m 2.88 m/s² surface
Ike 5858 m 1.01 m/s² surface
Dres 1990 m 1.10 m/s² surface
Laythe 120 718 m 5.09 m/s² orbit
Laythe 3846 m 7.73 m/s² surface
Laythe 17 m 7.85 m/s² surface
Vall 2440 m 2.27 m/s² surface
Tylo 2594 m 7.78 m/s² surface
Pol 898 m 0.36 m/s² surface
Eeloo 1712 m 1.66 m/s² surface
  1. On surface, in atmospherical flight or in orbit.

Description

A device for capturing and measuring the elusive Negative Gravioli Particle, used for determining the precise strength of gravitational fields. Warranty void if used to detect Positive Gravioli Particles,

Probodobodyne Inc.

Changes

0.18
  • Initial Release