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BillymarioDate: Sunday, 14.09.2014, 15:28 | Message # 1
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I found a system with 9 planets with life! in total there are 13 planets, Heres the star name: HIP 9593

Here are some screenshots!



















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Come on guys, has anyone found a planet that looks really cool?

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Edited by Billymario - Saturday, 30.08.2014, 11:31
 
Zaddy23Date: Thursday, 18.09.2014, 04:49 | Message # 2
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Here is my first (and so far only) gas giant with floaters.


I first noticed this when flying around and saw this one had a faint greenish tint, I then checked the F2 menu and sure enough, floaters!

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Along with fezes and bowties, brown dwarves are cool.

Edited by Zaddy23 - Thursday, 18.09.2014, 04:52
 
Billy_MayesDate: Thursday, 18.09.2014, 13:01 | Message # 3
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Quote Zaddy23 ()
Here is my first (and so far only) gas giant with floaters.


Weird, I've seen tons and tons of floaters, in my opinion they're even more common than other life forms.





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Zaddy23Date: Friday, 19.09.2014, 00:56 | Message # 4
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Quote Billy_Mayes ()
Weird, I've seen tons and tons of floaters, in my opinion they're even more common than other life forms.


Hmm, I have come across over 100 rocky planets with life, and only once encountered floaters. (I'm playing with no mods so that might have something to do with it...)





Along with fezes and bowties, brown dwarves are cool.
 
BillymarioDate: Saturday, 20.09.2014, 12:04 | Message # 5
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Yeah when i find 1 gas giant with floaters, all the other gas giants seem to have them, even if there cold or scorched, i believe this is a some sort of bug

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Also i wonder How life forms would survive on gas giants, maybe cause the atmosphere is so thick it would be like swimming in the ocean, and you get down far enough you would have a solidly gas, and maybe some underground life forms there...

 
HarbingerDawnDate: Saturday, 20.09.2014, 13:02 | Message # 6
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Quote Billymario ()
i wonder How life forms would survive on gas giants






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BillymarioDate: Saturday, 20.09.2014, 17:14 | Message # 7
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Oh wow thats awesome, just imagine seeing one of them in real life, say if earth was a gas giant and we were that thing O.o
 
BillymarioDate: Thursday, 02.10.2014, 21:19 | Message # 8
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Hey guys i have found this star, could it be a pulsar? or something like that, its spinning really fast...


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Edited by Billymario - Thursday, 02.10.2014, 21:21
 
BillymarioDate: Thursday, 02.10.2014, 21:35 | Message # 9
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also I have found this Terra











Facts about this planet

Class: Warm terra with life
Life: Yes (Organic multicellular, marine, terrestrial)
Diameter: 7677.448km
Mass: 0.21145
ESI: 0.872 (a bit low really)
Semimajor axis 0.752 AU
Orbital period: 255.648 days
Rotation peroid: 1.322 days
Oblatness: 0.001967697
Axial tilt: 70 degrees
Gravity: 0.583
Atmo Pressure: 0.940
Temp: 304.88 Kelvin (31.73 Degrees Celsius)
Greenhouse eff: 30.065 Kelvin
Moons: 1 (Golden 1 :D)

Also forgot to add location, here it is: RS 0-7-102703-380-114-8-1254717-1 6

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Edited by Billymario - Friday, 03.10.2014, 17:29
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Thursday, 02.10.2014, 22:01 | Message # 10
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Billymario, please include the planet's ID so that other people may visit it.




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Stargate38Date: Thursday, 02.10.2014, 23:05 | Message # 11
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Pulsars are about the size of Manhattan. That star has a diameter of about 10,000 times that.
 
BillymarioDate: Friday, 03.10.2014, 17:30 | Message # 12
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Quote Stargate38 ()
Pulsars are about the size of Manhattan.


Ah sorry, forgot xD so its just a star with a high rotation rate? (12 hours to rotate)
 
pzampellaDate: Friday, 03.10.2014, 17:53 | Message # 13
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Billymario, a Unknown type star is just a catalog error. I guess that SE put a random value for some parameters and that way we could explain the extremely high rotation anomaly. Or at least that's my theory!
 
BillymarioDate: Saturday, 04.10.2014, 09:23 | Message # 14
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Quote pzampella ()
Billymario, a Unknown type star is just a catalog error.


Ah ok.

Does anyone know what its rotation speed would be?
 
Stargate38Date: Saturday, 04.10.2014, 13:48 | Message # 15
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Rotation speed is pi*diameter/rotation period, so it would be 229429.844 km*pi/43199.99 s=114714922*pi/21599995=16.6846129460829109... km/s. This only works for stars with an oblateness of 0 (which includes HD 17525 A).
 
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