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Planets with Life
timlehmannayDate: Monday, 04.04.2016, 17:59 | Message # 61
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A planet I found..... It´s a giant ball of LSD
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grisha512Date: Tuesday, 05.04.2016, 01:02 | Message # 62
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What's the name?
 
HimselfDate: Monday, 11.04.2016, 22:39 | Message # 63
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This fairly odd terra orbits a white dwarf with an accretion disk. While I have found a decent number of planets with oxygen, this is the only one so far to have a nitrogen-oxygen atmosphere like Earth.


This one I found orbiting twin white dwarfs.

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IdgeliosDate: Wednesday, 20.04.2016, 01:14 | Message # 64
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A rather unassuming ice world that seems like the billions of others out and about orbitting red dwarves may seem uninteresting, but here's the catch:

-It exists around Bernard's Star
-This would be the closest world with life to sol if it existed.
-It is a ice world that is bigger than Earth!
-It should be ancient, meaning billions of years of evolution in a isolated system. It would be a ecosystem eons more ancient than Earth, who knows what may have developed here?

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HornblowerDate: Wednesday, 20.04.2016, 01:55 | Message # 65
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This would be the closest world with life to sol if it existed.

Well, we don't know that. For all we know, both Enceladus and Europa could have life.
 
ThirdRockDate: Saturday, 23.04.2016, 00:27 | Message # 66
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A beautiful terra with multicellular life orbited by an oceania with multicellular life.
Version: 0.9.7.4 RC2
Location 1 (For the Locations menu):
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Place    "Terra orbited by planet with life"
{
    Ver  974
    Body    "RS 1228-1824-7-1164771-37 A4"
    Parent    "RS 1228-1824-7-1164771-37 A4-A4.1"
    Date    "2016.04.23 06:33:11.92"
    Pos  (+000000000001AD6598D056EC24FF71CE +000000000007EE14079905F705AA9793 +000000000008F43186E9457C9DF6434B)
    Rot  (-0.4713607704505739 -0.6149810541857125 -0.4728989122427705 -0.4195044050692144)
    Vel  1.0332367e-010
    Mode    1
}



Location 2 (Coordinates):

RS 1228-1824-7-1164771-37 A4

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DylnzzDate: Friday, 01.07.2016, 12:48 | Message # 67
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I found a beautiful golden temperate terra with life.
I forgot its name and this is the only picture i have

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Edited by Dylnzz - Friday, 01.07.2016, 12:54
 
JL2017Date: Monday, 18.07.2016, 18:45 | Message # 68
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I found this desert moon with unicellular life orbiting an ocean world that also has unicellular life. The version is 0.9.7.2, as I'm lazy and keep forgetting to update it. The coords are in the picture.
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ThirdRockDate: Thursday, 25.08.2016, 05:12 | Message # 69
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Proxima Centauri is orbited by a procedural planet with life:

Neat, eh?
 
quarior14Date: Friday, 26.08.2016, 11:23 | Message # 70
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I found this planet, a Terra with organic marine life : RS 0-3-121-643-25551-8-4127567-857 4

Pressure : 0.683 atm (61.2% CO2, 32.6% O2, 4.52% N2, 1.73% SO2)
Gravity : 1.1402 g
Mass : 1.1883 Earth
Radius : 6511.38 km (1.0209 radius Earth)
Period of rotation : 50.577 days Earth
Temperature : -1.5891 °C
Number of dwarf moons : 3

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bzlnick123Date: Monday, 05.09.2016, 09:17 | Message # 71
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Quote Storm87 ()
I forgot to mention about something. Although this terra have mostly tropical climate, a vast areas around poles are covered with snow, and even (I think) a thin layer of ice. Those are not typical, kilometers thick ice caps, but even small glaciers looks great at sunset!


This article is about to let you know why proxima B can be habitable planet. We all would want to know whether there is life somewhere else except for our planet Earth. There were tons of different scientific researches upon this matter. Some say there is life beyond our perception and boundaries we live in. Proxima B is a new planet and there article consists some interesting facts on it. The name of the planet means nearest but not a single generation is required to build up a spaceship to get in to the planet. There are given reasons why it is possible to live on this planet among which are temperature, population, and destination. There is also an information about the project of journey to the planet and expenses on it.
 
bacosalinDate: Monday, 05.09.2016, 15:17 | Message # 72
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RS 8474-1353-7-1487689-355A4
Quite a beautiful one, I guess :)
One picture taken at the North Pole on the planet.




And some pretty strange landforms...

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Edited by bacosalin - Monday, 05.09.2016, 15:23
 
arbelrocksDate: Friday, 09.09.2016, 01:13 | Message # 73
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This one is beautiful, just look at that colour -
http://imgur.com/a/dSnY2
 
teemyplDate: Monday, 26.09.2016, 17:54 | Message # 74
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BananaDate: Thursday, 29.09.2016, 22:44 | Message # 75
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This planet holds unicellular marine life as well as a ginormous storm at one of its poles.


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