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Challenge: The Photodetective Game
VoekoevakaDate: Sunday, 09.02.2014, 20:22 | Message # 16
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It's an irregular galaxy viewed from underwater.

Wow, you win !

So fast.

Edit : by the way, there could be a bug in such galaxies : all the stars I clicked on were blue main sequence stars...





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DisasterpieceDate: Sunday, 09.02.2014, 21:43 | Message # 17
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Edit : by the way, there could be a bug in such galaxies : all the stars I clicked on were blue main sequence stars...

There are others, but blue main sequence stars seem to be much more prevalent.





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JCandeiasDate: Sunday, 09.02.2014, 22:47 | Message # 18
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Oh, this forked? Voekoevaka, you anarchist you... tongue

OK, let's put some order into this. Tangle10, it's your turn to put up an image. Then it's HarbingerDawn's, then whoever guesses Tangle10's, and so forth. Unless one of them passes, of course.





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Tangle10Date: Monday, 10.02.2014, 01:26 | Message # 19
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Oh! Sorry I wasn't on.
Probably easy to guess, but whatever it's cool.





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.

Edited by Tangle10 - Monday, 10.02.2014, 01:26
 
anonymousgamerDate: Monday, 10.02.2014, 01:39 | Message # 20
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White star on the left, orange star on the right, the gas giant has a debris field.




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Tangle10Date: Monday, 10.02.2014, 02:13 | Message # 21
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anonymousgamer, you're not right but somewhere near it.




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.
 
JCandeiasDate: Monday, 10.02.2014, 02:26 | Message # 22
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White, or maybe yellow, star on the left, orange star on the right, a bunch of asteroids/comets in the background (markers are on). Also, this is somewhere to the galactic south: the magellanic clouds are visible, plus a sliver of the Milky Way.

Oh, yes, and the planet itself looks like a gas giant. It can also be an ice giant, though... wink





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Tangle10Date: Monday, 10.02.2014, 12:04 | Message # 23
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JCandeias, very close but the number of stars is a bit higher. And yes, it's a gas giant. A frozen one.




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.
 
spacerDate: Monday, 10.02.2014, 14:16 | Message # 24
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maybe white star in the left side and red and orenge stars in the right?




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JCandeiasDate: Monday, 10.02.2014, 15:15 | Message # 25
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Well, I don't think we should demand people to guess stuff that isn't guessable by looking at the pictures. For instance, if a planet revolves around two very close M stars, it'll look exactly as it would look if it revolved around a single M star, in which case it doesn't make sense to demand people to say it's two stars, not one.

This, as a general rule. Here, there might be signs of a third star indeed, so let's try again.

White, or maybe yellow, star on the left, orange star on the right, a third star, possibly yellow (but it can also be hotter and more distant), behind and to the bottom right, a bunch of asteroids/comets in the background (markers are on). Also, this is somewhere to the galactic south: the magellanic clouds are visible, plus a sliver of the Milky Way. And the planet itself is a gas giant.





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Edited by JCandeias - Monday, 10.02.2014, 16:17
 
DIS7RICTDate: Monday, 10.02.2014, 21:47 | Message # 26
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White star on the right, blue star on the left and a brown dwarf underneath with a debris field? I don't know haha!

I've got one I want to post, is that alright?





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JCandeiasDate: Monday, 10.02.2014, 21:54 | Message # 27
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I've got one I want to post, is that alright?


After you win one challenge, yes. But not before that, please.





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Tangle10Date: Monday, 10.02.2014, 22:36 | Message # 28
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It's not that. There is no third star to the bottom right. All extra stars are on one of the sides.




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.
 
VoekoevakaDate: Monday, 10.02.2014, 22:48 | Message # 29
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Tangle10, you enabled markers on an asteroid belt.




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JCandeiasDate: Monday, 10.02.2014, 22:59 | Message # 30
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It's not that. There is no third star to the bottom right. All extra stars are on one of the sides.


Then it's impossible to get that information from this picture and there's no point in trying to guess. This isn't a guessing game - it's a deduction game. It stops once the elements you can use to deduct stuff from are exhausted, which is clearly the case. Maybe there's a M/F star combo to the right, maybe it's a K star -- if the effect on the planet is the same, both answers are possible and both are correct.

So I win, and I pass.

HarbingerDawn, it's your turn to put a picture up. Next will be whoever gets it right.





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