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Challenge: Historical portraits of the Solar System
MosfetDate: Monday, 06.10.2014, 16:39 | Message # 16
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There's another image from Cassini released today: http://www.esa.int/spacein...._Saturn
I'd like to see a recreation with Space Engine, someone wish to do an attempt?


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FastFourierTransformDate: Monday, 06.10.2014, 16:40 | Message # 17
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What about merging this thread with a previus one (where the picture of saturn from behing was also shown by the way)?

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MosfetDate: Monday, 06.10.2014, 16:40 | Message # 18
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I concur, there could be a sticky thread, something like "spacecraft images recreation with SE".
I think it's a really cool topic, it shows clearly that SE simulation is so good...





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WatsisnameDate: Monday, 03.11.2014, 13:13 | Message # 19
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Quote FastFourierTransform ()
What about merging this thread with a previus one (where the picture of saturn from behing was also shown by the way)?


I agree. Merged!





 
AerospacefagDate: Monday, 03.11.2014, 14:47 | Message # 20
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It is good idea, I did such thing once (it had something to do with Mars mission), but I want to ask if there's some source for these images? How can I know if some image is "historical" or not, or it's just another interesting photo. I want to know your opinion, a good source of information, because my Google skills can drive me into some different direction.
 
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