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bobgrey1997

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  1. I like to build ships in space games with realistic physics in mind. If you stop accelerating, the ship should maintain speed until you tell it to slow down. Assuming the main thrust is from the "back", this would be best done by rolling the ship toward it's retrograde vector and resume accelerating, but in the opposite direction. I have loaded a ship from the Workshop and have been attempting to remove everything that is creating retrograde thrust (inertia dampeners, thrusters pointing toward the from, etc), but have been unable to get the "deceleration" stat lower than 1m/s^2. I tried turning off "Flight Assist", yet my ship slows down on it's own when I cut thrust.
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