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Challenge: Planet With the Highest Earth Similarity Index
JonahrfDate: Tuesday, 17.12.2013, 16:01 | Message # 1
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Rules:
1. Must be in the Milky Way Galaxy.
2. Must use Version 0.97.
3. Must have life.
4. Must not be in the Exoplanet Catalog.
5. Must not be created as an addon.


Edited by Jonahrf - Tuesday, 17.12.2013, 16:14
 
Fireinthehole-Date: Tuesday, 17.12.2013, 16:10 | Message # 2
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The problem is that planets with life only occur around multiple star systems in 0.97.




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JonahrfDate: Tuesday, 17.12.2013, 16:15 | Message # 3
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"Terra" moons orbiting planets will count

Edited by Jonahrf - Wednesday, 18.12.2013, 03:21
 
JonahrfDate: Wednesday, 18.12.2013, 03:12 | Message # 4
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Here is an example of a beautiful Terra with life. It has an Earth Similarity Index of 85.

Code: RS 8404-1133-6-5700-36 B5.1


This won't count in the challenge because I found it.

Attachments: 3985508.jpg(582Kb)


Edited by Jonahrf - Wednesday, 18.12.2013, 03:19
 
Tangle10Date: Wednesday, 18.12.2013, 21:01 | Message # 5
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Luckily for me, I'm prepared. My listing gives me three Terras marked as "high esi" in the Milky Way. (Note: I did find these myself, so they are valid. They just have problems.)

The first one is RS 8404-1353-8-10944047-10 2, a .94 planet with a stupidly thick atmosphere. But hey, you only asked for High ESI.


The second is RS 8404-1353-9-87552380-250 A4.3, a .91 moon with a very thin atmosphere and lots of water.


The third is RS 8404-1353-8-10944047-234 B4, a .917 planet with a huge inundated area, tidal locking, and a thin atmosphere.


And now I wonder if any of these count.





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.
 
JonahrfDate: Saturday, 21.12.2013, 16:10 | Message # 6
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Quote Tangle10 ()
And now I wonder if any of these count.


They will, but I'm looking for terras with blue atmospheres and blue oceans
 
spacerDate: Saturday, 21.12.2013, 19:00 | Message # 7
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i will wait for 0.9.7.1

edit: oops, just 0.97





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Edited by spacer - Saturday, 21.12.2013, 19:00
 
Billy_MayesDate: Saturday, 21.12.2013, 20:18 | Message # 8
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Quote spacer ()
i will wait for 0.9.7.1

edit: oops, just 0.97


What do you mean, spacer?

0.97 has been released months ago. 0.9.7.1 is the upcoming version.





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spacerDate: Saturday, 21.12.2013, 20:22 | Message # 9
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Quote Billy_Mayes ()
What do you mean, spacer?

0.97 has been released months ago. 0.9.7.1 is the upcoming version.

this is just for 0.97 and i say i wait for 0.9.7.1 but i cant post here from 0.9.7.1





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YalamixDate: Saturday, 04.01.2014, 23:07 | Message # 10
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Keid 3, ESI 0.935
Space Engine 0.97



Edited by Yalamix - Monday, 06.01.2014, 02:07
 
DIS7RICTDate: Wednesday, 08.01.2014, 14:54 | Message # 11
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Well now that 0.971 is released, do planets from that version count now?




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apenpaapDate: Wednesday, 08.01.2014, 14:57 | Message # 12
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Would be more of a challenge, probably, with the reduced amount of terras.




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VassichuDate: Saturday, 11.01.2014, 05:26 | Message # 13
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O: Can I still post here? xD
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KSpanierDate: Friday, 17.01.2014, 10:34 | Message # 14
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I found one with an ESI of 0.962 but an atmosphere of ~100bar
Edit:
Here we go, RS 8409-219-8-16162621-11 3

And one with an ESI of 0.959:
RS 8409-219-8-16162621-11 3


RS 8409-914-8-12603708-32 A4

Attachments: 5070298.jpg(282Kb) · 2563440.jpg(419Kb)


Edited by KSpanier - Friday, 17.01.2014, 16:09
 
Tangle10Date: Friday, 17.01.2014, 12:29 | Message # 15
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Vassichu, that planet you found seems like it would be near-perfect for Earth life, if not for the slightly thin atmosphere, highish temperature, Martian atmosphere(now I'm just going by looks), and tidal locking.




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.
 
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