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Challenge: The Photodetective Game
LeparusDate: Tuesday, 15.04.2014, 22:31 | Message # 181
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Yes,that's right!There's only one thing left you must guess cool
 
UnnamedDate: Wednesday, 16.04.2014, 17:55 | Message # 182
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The star is orange-reddish?




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LeparusDate: Wednesday, 16.04.2014, 20:52 | Message # 183
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ONE star,yes...
 
UnnamedDate: Thursday, 17.04.2014, 04:34 | Message # 184
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And only one is "detectable"...
This is not a guessing game





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LeparusDate: Thursday, 17.04.2014, 12:21 | Message # 185
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Nah, Ok, I tell you the truth:

There are two stars, one of them a G-Type star, one a little B-Type star.The B-Type is small and far away but produces much more heat while the G-Type star glows way stronger than the blue B-Type.That's the reason why the planet hasn't got a blueish tinge.But in the end, you are right, that one was too much guessing, so I'll give the title of the winner to you.
Now you can post a picture by yourself and we say what it is.
 
UnnamedDate: Thursday, 17.04.2014, 15:45 | Message # 186
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This should be a much easier one





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Edited by Unnamed - Thursday, 17.04.2014, 15:47
 
JonahrfDate: Thursday, 17.04.2014, 16:17 | Message # 187
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@Unnamed The planet (terra or titan) orbits a sun with a comet passing near it. The planet orbits in the far side of a spiral galaxy
 
UnnamedDate: Friday, 18.04.2014, 01:45 | Message # 188
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Well.. Thats true!
Your turn





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MintyTwisterDate: Wednesday, 30.04.2014, 19:54 | Message # 189
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Can I post an image? It seems the winner hasn't posted for a while.. tongue

Edited by MintyTwister - Wednesday, 30.04.2014, 19:54
 
LeparusDate: Wednesday, 30.04.2014, 19:57 | Message # 190
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I would say yes. If someone doesn't agree with this, he/she may post his/her concerns now.
 
MintyTwisterDate: Wednesday, 30.04.2014, 20:03 | Message # 191
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Probably an easy one for you guys.


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Billy_MayesDate: Wednesday, 30.04.2014, 20:37 | Message # 192
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A planet with an atmosphere orbits a supergiant in a star cluster with a galaxy (Milky Way?) in the background. The planet has some aurorae to the left, and also a moon.




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MintyTwisterDate: Friday, 02.05.2014, 01:24 | Message # 193
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Yus, that's pretty much spot on.

I'd ask what kind of planets they are, but with the angle I'm sure it'd become a needlessly detailed guessing game.

For fun, you can try guessing what they are, regardless if you get it wrong or not I'm gonna say what it is,

Anyways, your turn.
 
cyBerrDate: Friday, 02.05.2014, 11:12 | Message # 194
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Quote MintyTwister ()
. . .what kind of planets . . .


So, the upper object is not a moon?

Also, are there some visual cues to help identify type of planet?





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LeparusDate: Friday, 02.05.2014, 13:10 | Message # 195
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I would say, that the planet is a scorched desert because it is very close to its giant star. The moon may be a selena or a desert,too.
 
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