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Challenge: Find a new home!
Tangle10Date: Wednesday, 03.12.2014, 00:31 | Message # 46
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Things added. Unfortunately, I could not find BROWN EARTH TWIN or Vebos... hmm.




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.
 
PortalmellDate: Monday, 08.12.2014, 02:16 | Message # 47
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RS 8409-479-7-2084507-21 B4 "Alrea"
mass: 0.53728
Atmo: 1.1345
Temp:286.15 K
gravity: 0.54675
Day: 21H 12M 40.72S
ESI: 0.887 - 0.873

EDIT: nvm changed in 0.9.7.2

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Edited by Portalmell - Saturday, 27.12.2014, 20:25
 
NolDate: Monday, 22.12.2014, 10:56 | Message # 48
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Does this one count?
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"Eins - Hier kommt die Sonne
Zwei - Hier kommt die Sonne
Drei - Sie ist der hellste Stern von allen
Vier - Hier kommt die Sonne"

-Rammstein, Sonne, Mutter, 2001
 
AerospacefagDate: Monday, 22.12.2014, 22:42 | Message # 49
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Nol, nope, not really, you have to work harder for that. My recommendation is to use star browser (Shift+F3) with radius of 10 to 30 light years. Sort the results by spectral class and look for the stars in the range between G and K. Most of the planets in red dwarf's systems are tidally locked and not very suitable for life, and blue stars do not allow life to develop except for worlds shielded by ice or water.

Watch for systems with life(last column), select them and check for available planets with F2. Good planet candidates aren't very rare, about 1 to 5 percent of all life-bearing worlds.

There, I've found very strange planet, as dark as it could possibly be, flying over gas giant, very high orbit inclination, with lots of suns illuminating it. The gravity is a bit higher, but the temperature and pressure is normal, and the Earth is only 18 parsec away.




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Edited by Aerospacefag - Monday, 22.12.2014, 23:09
 
Tangle10Date: Wednesday, 24.12.2014, 19:27 | Message # 50
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Quote Nol ()
Does this one count?

It would, but the star is far too high in class- it might explode in a million years! Try F8-K4.

Quote Aerospacefag ()
radius of 10 to 30 light years

That's parsecs. Also, this planet is another slightly off one- 7 day rotation period AND it orbits an M4 star...





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 - Wednesday, 24.12.2014, 19:30
 
PortalmellDate: Saturday, 27.12.2014, 04:11 | Message # 51
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Does Alrea count?

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Tangle10Date: Saturday, 27.12.2014, 18:01 | Message # 52
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Quote Portalmell ()
Does Alrea count?

I have added Alrea- no. 14!

I will also add some of my own candidates soon.





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.
 
PortalmellDate: Saturday, 27.12.2014, 23:40 | Message # 53
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RS 0-8-9287337-728-49-5-4683-2384 9 "Stuaex"

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Zaddy23Date: Sunday, 28.12.2014, 10:39 | Message # 54
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I love the rings on that one.




Along with fezes and bowties, brown dwarves are cool.
 
Tangle10Date: Sunday, 28.12.2014, 16:27 | Message # 55
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V. 0.97.2 has apparently arrived. So: I have to put everything in Spoiler Tags. Yay...




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.
 
PortalmellDate: Sunday, 28.12.2014, 18:55 | Message # 56
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RS 8409-1828-7-1206644-813 4 "Azews"

RS 8409-1828-7-1206644-65 5 "Eras"

RS 8409-3584-7-8221-1196 5 "Zase"

This one is orbiting a Brown dwarf
RS 9409-3584-6-1034-2891 B5 "Teas"

RS 8409-3584-7-8262-2284 5 "Azas"

HIP 56837 5 "Zasws"
Has a moon with a diameter of 1337 km!

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Edited by Portalmell - Thursday, 01.01.2015, 18:29
 
Tac1017Date: Wednesday, 31.12.2014, 19:36 | Message # 57
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Here is my Candidate, Sionol. If the axial tilt were more of a 30 degree angle, the esi would've been higher. It is on v.0.9.7.2





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The Terra Hunter of the Milky Way!

(By the way, I was born in 2001, NOT 1972 XD)


Edited by Tac1017 - Thursday, 01.01.2015, 18:09
 
Tangle10Date: Wednesday, 31.12.2014, 23:28 | Message # 58
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What's the RS or catalog system?




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: Thursday, 01.01.2015, 10:31 | Message # 59
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the size, the esi, the mass, the day long, the gravity, 1 selena moon. home sweet home. too bad the atm pressure...isnt 1 and it could be perfect
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Edited by spacer - Thursday, 01.01.2015, 10:32
 
BillymarioDate: Thursday, 01.01.2015, 11:09 | Message # 60
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Quote Tangle10 ()
the size, the esi, the mass, the day long, the gravity, 1 selena moon. home sweet home. too bad the atm pressure...isnt 1 and it could be perfect


And the temperature :P
 
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