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Challenge: The Largest Terra/Oceania/Desert/Titan planet
spacerDate: Tuesday, 21.01.2014, 22:07 | Message # 46
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32000!
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WatsisnameDate: Tuesday, 21.01.2014, 22:27 | Message # 47
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Nice, over 2.5 Earth radii!




 
spacerDate: Wednesday, 22.01.2014, 06:24 | Message # 48
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i think you need to change the name to: The Largest Terra/Oceania/Desert/Titan planet biggrin
the challenge over.





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DIS7RICTDate: Wednesday, 22.01.2014, 07:35 | Message # 49
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Haha, spacer!

I'm going to try and find one.





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Blue_AuroraDate: Sunday, 29.03.2015, 07:15 | Message # 50
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Does this count
 
DodecahedronDate: Sunday, 29.03.2015, 21:01 | Message # 51
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I call this The Behemoth






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Tangle10Date: Tuesday, 31.03.2015, 22:55 | Message # 52
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How the hell... Only 1 gee?!




Tips for finding Earth-Like planets: Look for F, G, or K Class stars. M class habitables will almost always be tidelocked. Oceanias can, of course, also be habitable, they just have tiny amounts of land.
 
DodecahedronDate: Wednesday, 01.04.2015, 02:32 | Message # 53
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It's actually 1.8g. Its density is 4 g/cm^3. Direct linking the image lowers the quality drastically. The link: http://i.imgur.com/V4zCfrD




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Edited by Dodecahedron - Wednesday, 01.04.2015, 02:34
 
sjoerdDate: Thursday, 09.04.2015, 16:46 | Message # 54
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My try, ive been looking for a few hours already and this is what I found:

I found this frozen Desert:
http://i376.photobucket.com/albums....2sm.jpg
wich is allmost 14.7 earth masses and has 2,4 times earth's diameter

and this Hot Oceania:
http://i376.photobucket.com/albums....0kj.jpg
wich has "just" 12.7 earth masses and 2.2 times the diameter of earth
 
anonymousgamerDate: Friday, 10.04.2015, 03:39 | Message # 55
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Finally got around to updating the OP!




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sjoerdDate: Saturday, 11.04.2015, 10:37 | Message # 56
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I'm back, this time going for first place biggrin

http://i376.photobucket.com/albums....cvl.jpg
This planet is GIGANTIC
Mass: 14.225 Earth masses
Diameter: 33831.8 km
 
DodecahedronDate: Sunday, 29.11.2015, 22:39 | Message # 57
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RS 5533-950-7-1785086-8204 5
A cool desert with a diameter of 34,135 km. 0.973






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Donatelo200Date: Monday, 30.11.2015, 01:53 | Message # 58
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Hm I forgot about this thread. Well here is the most titanic terrestrial planet I've found so far. At 2.73Er I think its a record breaker. Also it's 16x the mass of Earth as a bonus.

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