| Command module by |
|Max. Temp.||1200 K|
|Impact Tolerance||12 m/s|
|Pitch torque||0 kN·m|
|Yaw torque||0 kN·m|
|Roll torque||0 kN·m|
|Electricity required for torque||
|Electricity required||1.80 ⚡/min|
|Electric capacity||5.0 ⚡|
|Field of View||(min)||13 °|
Generally placed at the top of the rocket, the Probodobodyne OKTO2 provides full command module functionality. The smaller height decreases the area where other parts could placed on radially. As of 1.0.5, it is the lightest probe core.
The Probodobodyne OKTO2 features a size-0 node on top and bottom.
|“|| The OKTO2 is far more than a flatter variant of the original OKTO. This new iteration of the ubiquitous 8-sided probe core features a much more advanced guidance system. This new model however, does not feature built-in reaction wheels and does requires more power to run, even on standby. Its internal battery supply is also very limited, being intended mainly to keep the Standby LEDs lit.
— Probodobodyne Inc
|“|| A flatter variant of the OKTO, OKTO2 was most certainly not conceived[N 1] when one of our engineers sat on a standard OKTO.
— Description before 0.90
- Added KerbNet
- On-board ElectricCharge reduced from 10 to 2, rate usage increased from 1/36 seconds to 1/20 seconds.
- Reaction wheels removed.
- Description updated.
- Cost increased from 480 to 1480, entryCost increased from 5000 to 7500.
- Reaction wheel torque increased from 0.15 to 0.5
- On-board ElectricCharge increased from 5 to 10.
- Initial Release
- In the official part description this word contains a spelling mistake: concieved