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The “Mohole” is a hole located at the north pole of Moho. When the game first came out, it was caused by a terrain glitch, although anomalous forces around it would cause vehicles to accelerate toward it. Eventually, it was given its own dedicated biome and became a permanent part of the game.
On Vall, there is a stone formation at that resembles Stonehenge.
You’ll need both vertical and horizontal momentum to get into orbit.
When returning to Kerbin, you should aim for the water.
When landing on the Mun, you should aim for a crater and preferably the light side of the Mun. Use your shadow to help you judge your distance and position.
You can find a crashed UFO on the northern ice cap of Kerbin. There is also one on the Mun.
The “Nye Island” station might be a reference to Bill Nye.
If you destroy a level 3 Astronaut Complex, you’ll be able to see a toilet in the rubble.
There is a temple/pyramid located on Kerbin. If you crash into it, you will see that its name is Tut-Un Jeb-Ahn.
If you go to the Mun, you can find a memorial to astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, who died in 2012.
On Duna, there is a giant Kerbal face in the sand. This is most likely a reference to the “Face on Mars,” a hill on Mars that resembles a face in certain images.
The “Sagan Sea” biome on Laythe might be a reference to scientist and author Carl Sagan.
Numerous assembly parts include short references.
The loading screen sometimes says “Answering Ultimate Question,” a reference to The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. The price of the EAS-4 Strut Connector, 42, might also be another reference.
The loading screen sometimes says “Falling With Style,” a reference to Toy Story, where Woody says Buzz is only “falling with style” instead of flying.