A year ago, I wasn’t in the greatest shape. Many things changed me over the last year, especially the arrival of a new, more genuine love as well as an addiction I’ve developed. It’s an addiction to some little green men who fly around in rocket ships, and they exist in my computer’s hard drive. I’m talking, of course, about Kerbal Space Program! And KSP, well, KSP deserves all the attention it’s gotten in the media. It is the brain-child of a company called Squad, and it is a master-piece. As a game, it is both simple to learn and literally impossible to master – players make their own challenges, after all! As an educational tool, it is incredible in how it captures the nauseatingly complicated nature of orbital physics and transforms it into an accessible adventure. Most of all, however, KSP has a community behind it that wholly completes the game – and, while there are many names in its hallowed halls, today we’re going to talk about just one of them.