Surface bases

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Surface bases (or “spaceports”) are launch and landing sites on the surface of planets or moons, usually equipped with launchpads or runways, for vertical and horizontal liftoff and/or landing. Each surface base is defined via its own configuration file. When Orbiter loads a planet configuration, it scans all surface base definitions for the planet and creates the corresponding bases.

The standard Orbiter installation features the following default surface bases:

Default bases for Earth[edit]

Africa[edit]

Antarctica[edit]

(none)

Asia[edit]

Australia[edit]

Europe[edit]

North America[edit]

South America[edit]

Default bases for the Moon[edit]

Default bases for Mars[edit]

See also[edit]

The detail level provided goes from a simple launchpads to custom surface tiles, runways and 3D buildings. It's possible to add new bases or enhance the existing through add-ons.

External links[edit]

Orbiter Manual