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Beautiful terras with life
FiahOwlDate: Friday, 18.01.2013, 02:56 | Message # 46
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happy

http://s7.postimage.org/6t96rec2x/scr00076.png


Edited by FiahOwl - Friday, 18.01.2013, 02:58
 
DoctorOfSpaceDate: Friday, 18.01.2013, 05:36 | Message # 47
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http://s7.postimage.org/6t96rec2x/scr00076.png


That is a really nice find. I think, to me at least, thats the best one yet.





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LiveLife42Date: Sunday, 20.01.2013, 09:40 | Message # 48
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This planet looks very like earth the only thing different is more deserts and less polar ice.
Place: RSC 0-4-3286-1379-6382-2-28-573 A4



This planet has a very nice view of a blue gas planet.
Place: RS 0-5-17221-548-18301-6-146799-4 3.1



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Edited by LiveLife42 - Sunday, 20.01.2013, 09:49
 
TimDate: Sunday, 20.01.2013, 10:15 | Message # 49
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I like how the last one's oceans are seemingly green. Could that be the cause of plant-like life in the water? Or has it something to do with the chemistry of the water?
 
spacerDate: Monday, 21.01.2013, 13:31 | Message # 50
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Nice LiveLife42, I think it's most beautiful here. happy




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anonymousgamerDate: Monday, 21.01.2013, 17:44 | Message # 51
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I win



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SalvoDate: Monday, 21.01.2013, 18:04 | Message # 52
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I win


I prefer FiahOwl's anyway biggrin





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LiveLife42Date: Monday, 21.01.2013, 21:10 | Message # 53
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That is an interesting planet anonymous it's purple and brown which I don't see very often.




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VoekoevakaDate: Friday, 25.01.2013, 14:34 | Message # 54
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This one :




On the same system :


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InfinityseedDate: Thursday, 31.01.2013, 08:27 | Message # 55
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I submit this one
RS 0-7-485804-230-3-7-690934-37
From Space


Very nice.

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This planet looks very like earth the only thing different is more deserts and less polar ice.
Place: RSC 0-4-3286-1379-6382-2-28-573 A4


This one, too.


Edited by Infinityseed - Thursday, 31.01.2013, 08:29
 
AycemanDate: Thursday, 31.01.2013, 18:27 | Message # 56
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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:


Location code?
 
LiNGeNDate: Saturday, 02.02.2013, 18:45 | Message # 57
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Here is my gem: RS 0-9-33751206-2613-1-9-19673723-0 3

It is a tidal locked warm terra with life, with a dark frozen hemisphere on one side and a bright desert in and around the other pole with a slightly mixed landscape of mountains, oceans and planes inbetween.

I found this planet in one of my experiments flying as far away from the Milky Way Galaxy as I could, ending up at the very edge of SpaceEngine's simulated universe. Unfortunately, this place is very glitchy. I have had SpaceEngine crash more than 15 times trying to navigate this planet. (Will give a brief description below, but a tip is to turn off auto exposure and be careful with the LOD setting.)






This planet seems to have two major issues (atleast that I've experienced on my setup):
1. I have found that if you have Auto Exposure activated and having the camera facing the parent galaxy core (while being on or near the surface of this planet), the screen glitches making the planet disappear and reappear continuously in a loop.
2. It also randomly blips (the planet disappears for a split second) while navigating to some areas of the planet, regenerating all the planetary objects (surface, water, atmosphere and clouds). I have found lowering the LOD to help fight off this issue, but it hinders me from viewing certain areas with highest detail. sad

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Edited by LiNGeN - Saturday, 02.02.2013, 21:12
 
midtskogenDate: Saturday, 02.02.2013, 20:25 | Message # 58
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This planet seems to have two major issues (atleast that I've experienced on my setup):
1. I have found that if you have Auto Exposure activated and having the camera facing the parent galaxy core (while being on or near the surface of this planet), the screen glitches making the planet disappear and reappear continuously in a loop.
2. It also randomly blips (the planet disappears for a split second) while navigating to some areas of the planet, regenerating all the planetary objects (surface, water, atmosphere and clouds). I have found lowering the LOD to help fight off this issue, but it hinders me from viewing certain areas with highest detail.

In addition to disappearing and reappearing, and crashing, I've also experience to the system to disappear permanently. That is, I have to restart Space Engine.

A pretty place!





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UnnamedDate: Monday, 04.02.2013, 18:11 | Message # 59
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My entry: HD 138302 1




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DisasterpieceDate: Monday, 04.02.2013, 23:43 | Message # 60
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I have had SpaceEngine crash more than 15 times trying to navigate this planet.

The further you get from sol the more glitchy it gets? I have never noticed a difference in the number of crashes based on the distance from sol and I have been so far from sol that one side of the sky on a planet has no galaxies in it and the other does.





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