Warning : I'm asking why not how ;)
Some Matt Lowne and Scott Manley tutorials show how to put satellites in geostationary orbit.
My question is : for what use? Even Matt Lowne says that geostationary orbit around Kerbin is useless since there are antennas everywhere on the surface.
The only use I see is for foreign bodies communication system but most of them have the geosynchronous orbit outside of the SOI. And I suppose a 3 satellite configuration even orbiting at slightly the body's radius altitude is enough to not lose control of probes.
My thinking is :
- Weather: not in stock
- Local survey for a short range rover for example: well, at one time the satellite will be obstructed by the body and KSC communication will be lost...
- The wiki says "ease to release payloads": how?
Do you have any application of geostationary orbits while playing KSP ?
Warning : I'm asking why not how ;)(2)
How do you use geostationary orbits in KSP?