Is there something wrong with the logic of the game, or with mine?
First, it's a great game.
I believe it was created by very creative people who have the same feelings when exploring as I do when I play it. And after many days, when I first went into space, I experienced incredible sensations, and I thanked all the developers of this game for this.
But I have a question.
I am playing in survival mode. My goal in the game is to roughly repeat the experience of mankind in conquering space. I think that something similar was conceived by the developers, as I see it from the mechanics of the game.
1. Launch an unmanned satellite into orbit (find the moon)
2. Go out into space.
3. Make a space station.
4. Send a satellite to the moon
5. Send the rover to the moon
6. Land on the moon
And so on...
And then I ran into a problem. I want to first launch a satellite for exploration into the orbit of the Moon, then I would like to send a second satellite with a lunar rover and lower it to the Moon. And only then, having explored the Moon with the help of the lunar rover, I would have flown to the Moon myself to a certain place where there is ice and resources and would have built a base.
In reality, I can calculate a flight to the moon and launch a satellite with a laser antenna to it, set up an automatic station there, and then use it to send rovers and satellites to the moon and control them. But how can I do this in the game, I don't understand.
According to the logic of the game, I have to fly to the moon myself and install an antenna there, then return to earth, establish a connection with it, and start sending satellites to it. But if I go there myself, then why do I need all the satellites and rovers on the moon?
Please explain to me. I don’t believe the developers didn’t calculate this.