Since my semester ended a couple weeks ago, I've been getting back into KSP.
I really like the funny moments in the tracking station when missions don't go to plan
For those who aren't familiar with the Kerbol system, it is essentially the equivalent of intending to go to Mars, and ending up at Io (Jupiter's moon)
Since the Kerbol system bares a lot of ressemblence to our own solar system, according to this discussion
in the ksp forums.
I've also expanded my mun station, which now has a more proper Lf+Ox and Monopropellant depot. and a big ball of inflatable heat shields
.The heat shields were and absolute pain to drag out of the atmosphere, because I couldn't deflate them because I had things attached to both sides, and I obviously wanted them to be inflated once they were on the station...
One thing I would like to do in the future is make an orbital station somewhere far away (within the last 3 planetary bodies, either Dres, Jool, or Eeloo), but of course, any new modules need a tedious mission just to reach the station. It would surely be easier to assemble it in LKO, and then fly the entire thing to the desired location, but even that sounds like a pain. Maybe building a set of smaller stations around a few of Jool's moons could be an interesting and long mission...
I went to the north pole, which is great for screenshots, because it's easy to get the sun in favorable positions (around sunrise and sunset). It's possible to see Minmus from the surface of Kerbin, although it is usually either camouflaged among the stars, or drowned out by the sun, which makes it only visible in just the right conditions. Here is a picture of Minmus, as seen from the north pole, it's the little white dot in the sky.