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Challenge: Find a new home!
Zaddy23Date: Monday, 30.06.2014, 07:14 | Message # 31
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Here's my entry.

Cinematic screenshot.


RS 8409-1357-9-57584866-75 BB1

Proposed name: ignis et glaciem (fire & ice in latin)
Temperate terra orbiting a brown dwarf I have decided to name Calidum-scelerisque (hot chocolate in nlatin) in a binary brown dwarf system which orbits a red dwarf.

Gravity: 0.6g

Atmo pressure: 4.9

Temp: 284K avg. (10c)

Orbit period: 2.5 days

Day period: Tidally locked

Axial tilt: Negligible (not that surprising)

Magnetosphere: Yes

Liquid water: Yes (estimate)

Life: No (I wonder why... unsure )

ESI: 0.8

Moon system:

A bunch of asteroid moons, no big selenas to stabilise the system sadly sad

Notes:
For 1/2 of it's 2 day orbit the dark side is lit by the red dwarf in the distance.
Awesome place to study brown dwarves from.
I faff'n love this game yahoo

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Along with fezes and bowties, brown dwarves are cool.
 
Tangle10Date: Monday, 30.06.2014, 16:08 | Message # 32
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Quote TJCacher ()
if you're still taking entries
I'm probably going to keep accumulating these until I get ~50 of list 2 and ~50 of list 1, then I'm gonna sort them by distance from Earth and it'll probably be a spreadsheet or something by then. But hey- there's not much of a need to be Earth-centric now. Added both new objects.





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.
 
TJCacherDate: Monday, 30.06.2014, 21:29 | Message # 33
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I found another candidate, even closer (distance-wise) to Earth than my first - less than 3000 light years away. I don't know if you will consider this one eligible, since it orbits an F3 spectral class star, but it averages more than 2.5 AU from the central star.

Its size, coloration and age put me in mind of what Mars may have been like during the Sol system's early years...

Proposed Name: Nirn

Temperate Terra
2831 light years from Earth
.55 earth diameters
.24 earth masses
ESI of .865
Orbits every 3.215 years
Rotates every 17.5 hours
Axial tilt of almost 90 degrees
.77 of earth gravity
.97 of earth atmospheric pressure
291 K avg temp, ranging from 290 to 303 during one orbit
4 small moons
Appears to have a very nice balance of land mass to water


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Edited by TJCacher - Monday, 30.06.2014, 21:45
 
TJCacherDate: Friday, 04.07.2014, 18:27 | Message # 34
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Another "New Home" entry:

HIP 82894 4

Proposed name: Solesea


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Tangle10Date: Tuesday, 22.07.2014, 23:59 | Message # 35
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Solesea and Nirn are listed.




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.
 
DharthezDate: Wednesday, 30.07.2014, 12:52 | Message # 36
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What about this beauty orbiting a G9V star?



Edited by Dharthez - Friday, 01.08.2014, 03:42
 
Tangle10Date: Monday, 04.08.2014, 16:34 | Message # 37
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Added. I'm happy you didn't give it a name.




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.
 
pzampellaDate: Thursday, 07.08.2014, 02:35 | Message # 38
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I have two candidats:

The first it's a Terra orbiting the red dwarf HIP29277 B (has a little ring):
Diameter: 1.0579 earths
Mass: 1.3408 earths
Orbit: 19.43 days (tidally locked)
Gravity: 1.1981
Pression: 508.88 atm (too much)
Temperature: 312.53 K
ESI: 0.914

The second it's his brother, a Desert orbiting the same star (has two little moons):
Diameter: 1.6424 earths
Mass: 6.4978 earths
Orbit: 141.653 days (tidally locked)
Gravity: 2.4088
Pression: 369.55 atm (too much)
Temperature: 242.69 K
ESI: 0.748

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Edited by pzampella - Thursday, 07.08.2014, 02:37
 
Tangle10Date: Thursday, 07.08.2014, 21:11 | Message # 39
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Pressures of over 8 atm are too incredibly dangerous to generally be considered for habitability.




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.
 
MidshipmanDate: Saturday, 09.08.2014, 11:55 | Message # 40
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More screens: Imgur

ERISIUM RHEA
Temperate Oceania with Unicellular Marine Life
Diameter: 16317.819 km
Mass: 1.6505 M ESI: 0.930
Semimajor Axis: 1.055 AU
Orbital Period: 1.140 years
Rotation Period: 15h 18m 46.58s
Oblateness:.01041963
Axial Tilt: 111*05'53.65"
Age: 1.410x10^9
Gravity: 1.0087g
Atmo Pressure: 1.0059 atm
Temperature: 292.09 K
Greenhouse effect: 33.335 K
Moons: 11 (All piddly ex-asteroids) 2 of which pass remarkably close, which I have screenshots of.
 
Tangle10Date: Monday, 18.08.2014, 22:35 | Message # 41
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Erisium Rhea. Somehow, we've found another planet better than Paralympha! Nearly exactly the same as Earth... Well, I mean it's 3 billion years younger and maybe a gigaparsec out, but eh...




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, 18.08.2014, 22:39
 
TisiphoneDate: Tuesday, 14.10.2014, 02:01 | Message # 42
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Is this acceptable?

RS 0-7-486842-867-31-8-16217630-1 A4

Name: Orpheus

Temperate Terra with life (marine, terrestrial)
It has a diameter of 15220.742 kilometers
Parent star: an Orange Dwarf K1 V in a binary system with two Red Dwarf's
Gravity: 1.4251 g
Orbital period: 248.504 days
Rotational period: 13 hours
Atmo Pressure: 0.69683 atm
ESI: 0.908
And it has seven small moons


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Tangle10Date: Friday, 17.10.2014, 11:58 | Message # 43
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Yes, this will be added. Unfortunately I must go.

I will add some planets as well.





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.
 
n0b0dyDate: Sunday, 19.10.2014, 09:14 | Message # 44
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BROWN EARTH TWIN:

Just 83 LYs from earth! smile

Place "Planet Temp Terra-Earth Twin ESI:0.951"
{
Body "RS 8417-1792-9-75573268-17 2"
Parent "RS 8417-1792-9-75573268-17"
Pos (5.130462030146672e-010, 5.356013359604853e-011, -1.083959859371486e-009)
Rot (-0.2585184165804738, -0.8461695261569527, -0.4593178131200891, 0.07869248911186934)
Date "2014.08.28 12:46:57.40"
Vel 6.8056318e-016
Mode 1
}


Edited by n0b0dy - Sunday, 19.10.2014, 09:19
 
WarzenschweinDate: Saturday, 08.11.2014, 21:42 | Message # 45
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(RS 0-5-18143-1004-119-7-1879705-81 4





Terra
Star = G3 V
ESI = 0.882
Mass = 0.26159
1 day = 19h 14m
Gravity = 0.63196
Atm. pressure = 0.96634
Temperature = 270K

And it's not that far away! Only.. uh.. 445 MPC from earth...


Edited by Warzenschwein - Saturday, 08.11.2014, 21:51
 
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