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Challenge: Find a new home!
Tangle10Date: Saturday, 12.04.2014, 01:46 | Message # 1
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So I've been searching for a good home for humanity, one very good for colonization. I've found a few, but they're less optimal than Earth itself at best. I was starting to consider Selenas habitable. So I decided to recruit some help!

Planetary Criteria:
Must be Terra, or if Oceania have atmo pressure above 0.8(for airship cities). If desert, very low mass (0.1+) is excused as long as grav is 0.4+.
Must orbit an F5-K6 star unless it is in a binary system's smaller partner. Then it can have G1-K8.
If orbiting a larger planet, refer to planetary day. Must not be tidally locked around a star. Brown Dwarf tidal locking is okay as long as it's in a binary system.
Must have atmospheric pressure of 0.6-2.2.
Must have gravity of 0.5-1.6.
Must have mass from 0.4-3. Can have far lower (0.08+) if gravity makes up for it (0.52+).
Must have temperature from 263 K-303 K/-10 C-29.8 C average.
Planetary day must be from 6 hours to 4 days.
All units follow Earth standard.

As you can see, that's a lot of criteria. But that is the difficulty...

Soon I will post mine.

Your posts must include your planet's name/places code and an image with HUD displayed. If you want, include an unofficial name.

Here, have a list (NOT A LEADERBOARD, I CANNOT RANK THINGIES).

Earth: 0.984 ESI, all other Earth Standard

2: Stuaex (RS 0-8-9287337-728-49-5-4683-2384 9), ESI 0.895, atmo 1.6, grav 0.72 , mass 1.1 , temp 270.18 K/-2.97 C

3: 18 Cnc 5, ESI 0.893, atmo 3.04, grav 0.6, mass 0.8, temp 276.64 K/3.49 C

4: Chara 4, ESI 0.876, atmo 1.05, grav 0.94, mass 2.08, temp 273.053 K/-0.97 C (both moons are also interesting)

5: Azews (RS 8409-1828-7-1206644-813 4), ESI 0.901, atmo 1.18, grav 0.72, mass 1.1, temp 282.15 K/9 C

6: Eras (RS 8409-1828-7-1206644-65 5), ESI 0.894, atmo 1.62, grav 0.67, mass 0.93, temp 271.12 K/-2.03 C

7: Zase (RS 8409-3584-7-8221-1196 5), ESI 0.941, atmo 1.64, grav 0.77, mass 0.86, temp 277.15/4 C

8: Zasws (HIP 56837 5), ESI 0.895, atmo 2.4, grav 0.65, mass 0.85, temp 276.55 K/3.4 C

9: Sionol (RS 8409-2740-7-213304-163 2), ESI 0.957, atmo 1.07, grav 1.2, mass 1.37, temp 281.75 K/8.6 C

10: Cypress Point [planet golfing] (HIP 23437 4), ESI 0.857, atmo 0.85, grav 0.54, mass 0.17 (!), temp 287.15 K/14 C

11: Fasre (RS 0-2-56-1059-1389-7-1463099-1149 4), ESI 0.967, atmo 0.94, grav 1.1, mass 1.1, temp 289.85 K/16.7 C

12: Waher (RS 0-2-56-1059-1389-6-182890-7107 4), ESI 0.882, atmo 0.67, grav 1.5, mass 2.5, temp 301.75 K/28.6 C

13: Azas (RS 8409-3584-7-8262-2284 5), ESI 0.852, atmo 1.671, grav 0.74, mass 0.79, temp 298 K/25 C

14:

15:

16:

Slightly off/very variable :
(mass up to 6, down to 0.1- atmo up to 4, down to 0.3- grav up to 4, down to 0.4, temp down to -16, up to 40 C)

1: (mass) 1 Eri 5, ESI 0.862, atmo 3.37, grav 1.6, mass 4.74, temp 298.15 K/25 C

2: (mass+grav) 26 Dra 5, ESI 0.857, atmo 3.04, grav 0.5, mass 0.29, temp 281.394 K/8.244 C

3: (low atmo) RS 8410-0-7-1954543-347 4, ESI 0.963 (!), atmo 0.42, grav 1.05, mass 0.98, temp 263.85 K/-9.3 C

4: (cool) Fasrws (RS 0-2-56-1059-1389-6-182887-756 4), ESI 0.926, atmo 0.7, grav 1, mass 0.9, temp 260.15 K/-13 C

5:

6:

Brown Dwarf Planets (Must have a brighter binary, as in K9 or higher!):

1: (cold) Teas (RS 8409-3584-6-1034-2891 B5), ESI 0.890, atmo 1.68, grav 0.83, mass 1.04, temp 249.15 K/C -24.6

2:

Interesting Catalog Planets:

1: 70 Vir B, Ice Giant, 268.751 K/-4.399 C

2: 61 Vir D, Ice Giant, 271.7022 K/-1.4478 C

3:

0.97.1





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 - Sunday, 04.01.2015, 20:43
 
neutronium76Date: Saturday, 12.04.2014, 09:26 | Message # 2
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http://en.spaceengine.org/forum/10-1923-1




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Bluejay0013Date: Saturday, 12.04.2014, 10:04 | Message # 3
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Shut down biggrin




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spacerDate: Saturday, 12.04.2014, 11:37 | Message # 4
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must be in the milky way?




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Edited by spacer - Saturday, 12.04.2014, 11:38
 
UnnamedDate: Saturday, 12.04.2014, 15:13 | Message # 5
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I have a pretty good candidate, sadly its tidally locked(well, the moon with life is, the main planet doesnt have life.)
Im sure that its fine on everything else, other than its orbiting a white dwarf.(Being heated by a G1 V companion)
Its on the milky way too, and can offer a view of the horsehead nebula along with some other nebulae.
Im sure its not that far from the sun





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Edited by Unnamed - Saturday, 12.04.2014, 15:16
 
Tangle10Date: Saturday, 12.04.2014, 15:47 | Message # 6
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Quote Bluejay0013 ()
Shut down

This isn't planet with the highest ESI. This is much, much harder. So yeah, no. ESI is one of the variables we're not looking for, because it doesn't take into account atmo pressure.

For example, my planet:

RSC-8409-7734-2-7-697 4
Image:


This wouldn't be a candidate in the ESI contest, because its ESI is so low, but every other characteristic except mass and atmo pressure is rather close to Earth standard, and both of the off characteristics are livable.





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 - Saturday, 12.04.2014, 15:50
 
spacerDate: Saturday, 12.04.2014, 18:36 | Message # 7
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"korona"
{
Body "RS 8410-4-7-916429-105 4"
Parent "RS 8410-4-7-916429-105"
Pos (6.917210868765539e-011, 4.772721779421063e-010, 5.399835068561724e-010)
Rot (0.9341477088667708, -0.3517969128269999, 0.05757537729186325, 0.01708994072707045)
Date "2028.08.18 02:42:11.48"
Vel 7.2398601e-011
Mode 1
}

sorry, its not give me to uploud image
esi: 0.967





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Edited by spacer - Saturday, 12.04.2014, 18:46
 
Tangle10Date: Saturday, 12.04.2014, 19:23 | Message # 8
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I'll check it out soon, because I'm currently running a game which will crash if I run SE with it. Also, for the image: what do you mean?

Edit: Korona is a frozen titan. Huh?





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 - Saturday, 12.04.2014, 19:27
 
spacerDate: Saturday, 12.04.2014, 20:30 | Message # 9
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Tangle10, its Probably because i changed the varity of life...sorry




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neutronium76Date: Saturday, 12.04.2014, 22:33 | Message # 10
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Ok then.. Meet Porhyria (I actually mistyped porphyria but I figured out Porhyria is cool):
Code

Place    "Porphyria"
{
   Body    "RS 8409-1792-9-75573653-2 A5"
   Parent    "RS 8409-1792-9-75573653-2 A"
   Pos  (4.177791114359092e-010, 2.980519648904285e-010, -1.276147091645863e-010)
   Rot  (-0.4963113597824424, 0.02313463545296554, -0.7894083051321355, -0.3605195564484275)
   Date    "73818.03.23 18:09:44.09"
   Vel  1.2657521e-011
   Mode    1
}


Some other screenshots:

Pros:
+Rotation Period
+Gravity
+Atmospheric Pressure
Cons:
-Temperature (Cold)
-Axial Tilt





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Edited by neutronium76 - Saturday, 12.04.2014, 22:41
 
spacerDate: Saturday, 12.04.2014, 23:08 | Message # 11
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i will install spaceengine again for this challege!! biggrin




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UnnamedDate: Sunday, 13.04.2014, 01:46 | Message # 12
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Just looked through my whole (huge) catalog and i didn't find any candidates for this.
The closest ones i have found dont have an appropiate atmo pressure, temperature or are tidally locked to a planet.





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Edited by Unnamed - Sunday, 13.04.2014, 01:48
 
Tangle10Date: Sunday, 13.04.2014, 04:48 | Message # 13
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Quote neutronium76 ()
Porhyria
Porhyria does not have a safe temperature. It is 234 kelvin, or -39 Centigrade. The greenhouse effect is taken into consideration automatically and added to the temperature. With its temperature and its pressure, it's lucky to have water.

Quote Unnamed ()
catalog and i didn't find any candidates for this
I found a single one in my huge catalog.





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.
 
RehabSubmarineDate: Wednesday, 16.04.2014, 01:26 | Message # 14
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Wow, finding the right mass ended up being my biggest issue (I found 3 with everything correct except mass), but I finally found one with everything correct.

Code
PObject
{
     LocName "Paralympha"
     Name    "RS 0-8-7425481-847-28-8-9446553-19 4"
     Parent  "RS 0-8-7425481-847-28-8-9446553-19"
     Pioneer "Rehab Submarine"
     Date    "2014.04.16 00:18:46.03"
}




Key Stats:
Oceania orbiting a K1 star
Atmos Pressure: 2.02 atm
Gravity: .812
Mass: .97
Temp: Ranges between 276K - 290K
Rotational Period: 17h 22min
ESI: .930
Orbital Period: 1.099 years biggrin

It also has marine life, so I assume fish will be on the menu.

Additional Screenshots in the spoiler:


Edited by RehabSubmarine - Wednesday, 16.04.2014, 01:31
 
B25MitchDate: Thursday, 17.04.2014, 03:22 | Message # 15
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Pardon my ignorance, but why is mass important with regards to habitability? If surface gravity is normal, shouldn't an unusual planetary mass go unnoticed?
 
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