**K**epler **I**mprovements for **P**roject **S**isyphus (KIPS)Release 1Over time, as this project has lingered on for, I took notice of the influx of various non-realistic looks addons for planets or those with low resolution textures. And as we approach Kepler's fifth year since it shutdown, I wanted to do something to honor the telescope responsible for not only the most amount of confirmed exoplanets, but also pioneering a new era of planet hunting.

*the confirmed planets of Kepler-27, featuring their new textures*So I gathered a list of Kepler systems, from Kepler-4 to Kepler-100 and picked out the systems I believed should be redone, whether it be just retexturing them, adding new data, or both. Out of my list, 40 systems were chosen for remakes/updates:

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- Kepler-9, Kepler-10, Kepler-11, Kepler-13, Kepler-18, Kepler-19, Kepler-21, Kepler-23, Kepler-24, Kepler-25, Kepler-27, Kepler-28, Kepler-29, Kepler-30, Kepler-31, Kepler-32, Kepler-36, Kepler-38, Kepler-40, Kepler-41, Kepler-43, Kepler-44, Kepler-45, Kepler-46, Kepler-48, Kepler-50, Kepler-61, Kepler-63, Kepler-65, Kepler-67, Kepler-68, Kepler-76, Kepler-79, Kepler-80, Kepler-84, Kepler-87, Kepler-88, Kepler-89, Kepler-91, Kepler-97

Examples:

*an updated Kepler-10, with it's newly confirmed planet (Textures for all three object by John van Vilet)**a remastered Kepler-68, featuring it's newly confirmed planet**a remastered Kepler-46**a remastered Kepler-40*The file download below contains every system mentioned in the list + their unconfirmed planets if they have them. A such, its quite large so if you don't want all of these systems, you can simply pick out what you want and delete the rest, or alternatively you can head to

Celestia Mobi to find every system download listed individually.

[Download] (1.01 GB)