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Beautiful terras with life
Sab0oDate: Tuesday, 27.11.2012, 23:01 | Message # 31
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technically, it's a moon, but... it's only smaller than its parent by 340km diameter, and it's very close.


Oh, and 'sup space engine forums.

edit: added one more pic,
p.s. View Image to see full size, these are all huge.
ahem. It's: RS 8403-169-8-16093784-784 3.1


Edited by Sab0o - Tuesday, 27.11.2012, 23:11
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Tuesday, 27.11.2012, 23:13 | Message # 32
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Hello Sab0o, and welcome to the forum. Please take a moment to read the forum rules.

Nice pictures smile





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Gondor2222Date: Saturday, 01.12.2012, 06:57 | Message # 33
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Sab0o, what is that textureless crater-like feature in the upper center of the first picture?
 
spacerDate: Saturday, 01.12.2012, 09:49 | Message # 34
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LordOfLostSocks & Sab0o, Very beautiful planets. happy
LordOfLostSocks, Location?





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FrostbreathDate: Saturday, 01.12.2012, 17:01 | Message # 35
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This terra with life was found orbiting s brown dwarf, which on his turn orbits a yellow dwarf (I thought). When the planet is in between the two stars, you get some strange results:

It even has Bloodmoon!

Half a year later, one may capture both stars in the sky at the same moment:





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Edited by Frostbreath - Saturday, 01.12.2012, 17:03
 
smjjamesDate: Saturday, 01.12.2012, 18:49 | Message # 36
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Sab0o, do you have the patch and/or different universe settings? Because when I went to the location you gave, I found a binary system.




 
Sab0oDate: Sunday, 02.12.2012, 01:44 | Message # 37
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Quote (Gondor2222)
Sab0o, what is that textureless crater-like feature in the upper center of the first picture?

A lake with star reflection.

Quote (smjjames)
Sab0o, do you have the patch and/or different universe settings? Because when I went to the location you gave, I found a binary system.

Strange...... I don't think so. Only one custom spaceship.

Can anyone confirm what's there?
 
FrostbreathDate: Sunday, 02.12.2012, 12:21 | Message # 38
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Sab0o, I have found the planet you showed earlier, with the crater lake:


So yeah, existance of this moon confirmed. =)





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Edited by Frostbreath - Sunday, 02.12.2012, 12:21
 
monn45888Date: Sunday, 09.12.2012, 16:44 | Message # 39
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Here's another nice terra.......

Edit: It has a hurricane! And I'm new to the space engine forums so hi everyone!

Attachments: 9729130.jpg(204Kb) · 5519824.jpg(192Kb) · 8392138.jpg(156Kb)


Edited by monn45888 - Sunday, 09.12.2012, 16:49
 
DisasterpieceDate: Saturday, 15.12.2012, 19:52 | Message # 40
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These are all amazing, and what makes them the most beautiful is that no one sat down and designed these planets, they are accidents. A couple math formulas and some (very good) programming made them.




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WarstormDate: Sunday, 16.12.2012, 19:20 | Message # 41
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I will name it Darwin ^^.

With a mass of 1.01 earth and an atmospheric pressure of 1.1 atm , it's almost earth like , if you can breath chlorine gas .


Oh , and it's a temperate terra with life , with a temperature of 285K

 
smjjamesDate: Sunday, 16.12.2012, 21:20 | Message # 42
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The only problem is that chlorine is very reactive (it's right below fluorine, the most reactive of them all), so it wouldn't be realistic very to have an atmospere of mostly chlorine naturally. I suppose some form of life proccess could be making it though.

Not sure what other gases would make an atmosphere look green.

Anyways, nice looking terra.





 
neutronium76Date: Monday, 17.12.2012, 21:06 | Message # 43
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Frostbreath nice find! Do you have location?

Guys you really must go to this system:
Code

Place    "Planet Temperate terra with life - Inside Nebula"
{
  Body    "RS 8403-141-8-10984191-82 3"
  Parent    ""
  Pos  (1.211002268190937e-009, 2.258425840328919e-009, 3.165107951663519e-010)
  Rot  (0.7412235657942872, -0.5319875621976561, 0.3945878868133254, 0.1089828369900115)
  Date    "870122.01.02 04:37:11.68"
  Vel  2.5820907e-010
  Mode    1
}


But first you must install Rodrigo's latest nebula mod from here: http://en.spaceengine.org/forum/17-1299-16395-16-1355331919
otherwise it will not show in all its glory!
Here are some pics although they don't do it justice:



Attachments: 2537740.jpg(97Kb) · 1193160.jpg(166Kb) · 5840112.jpg(168Kb)





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spacerDate: Monday, 17.12.2012, 22:41 | Message # 44
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cool cool it is beautiful




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smjjamesDate: Tuesday, 18.12.2012, 17:52 | Message # 45
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Here's a nice looking one, and Earthlike too. While it does have moons, they're all several hundred km wide (and one is a 11km wide asteroid) and I can't say whether that atmosphere is breathable or not.


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