Search Unknown Orbiter 2016 add-on used by Scott Manley

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While watching the newly-uploaded Soyuz 18a video by Scott Manley, I found that he used an unknown add-on alongside a Soyuz add-on in his Orbiter 2016 simulation of Soyuz 18a. Where can I find this add-on? I am showing its screenshot below.
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Edit: I just got a better network connections and uploaded a new screenshot with higher resolution.
 
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Can say a bit more about the add-on that might help identify it without watching the video? What did it add?
 

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Can say a bit more about the add-on that might help identify it without watching the video? What did it add?
See what is written on the screenshot posted above. It shows the gravity vector and its magnitude in yellow and the deceleration vector and its magnitude in red.
 
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See what is written on the screenshot posted above. It shows the gravity vector and its magnitude in yellow and the deceleration vector and its magnitude in red.

Yes, that is a standard feature of Orbiter, very useful for us add-on developers. Press Ctrl+F9, if you want to know more.
 
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