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* [[Tutorial: Mars One|Mars One]] - first colony on mars consisting of four people at first.
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==Career Mode==
==Career Mode==
* [[Career Tutorials|Basic Career Mode Knowledge]] by [[User:TheVman|TheVman]]
* [[Career Tutorials|Basic Career Mode Knowledge]] by [[User:TheVman|TheVman]]

Revision as of 17:09, 21 April 2014

How hard can it be?

This article is a list of tutorials that will guide you through the finer points of the Kerbal Space Program.

Please note that these articles are user-created, and each user is responsible for their tutorial.

Rocket and Probe Design


Plane and Spaceplane Design

Historical Missions

The high level of realism in Kerbal Space Program allows to recreate historical missions of human spaceflight history. These missions start simple and become gradually more complex, so they are a great way to learn KSP. For a logical and progressive list of missions, goals, and milestones that may or may not have tutorials linked, check out the Campaigns article to get ideas in planning your own space program.

Career Mode

Planets and Moons







General Information


Add-on Development


These tutorials aren't completely finished yet. You can help to complete them.

Rureglathon's Narrated Video Tutorials

For more tutorials and other videos, my YouTube channel is here.

Video tutorials

Creating New Tutorials

To create your own tutorial, start with Tutorial:Template. When adding to the Category:Tutorials add the name of the tutorial (like in the template) to sort the pages without the prefix Tutorial:.

Note to tutorial writers: These are supposed to be tutorials. Think "Orbits for Dummies." If you're going to explain intricate details (including math!), consider marking your tutorial "Advanced".