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Oldest stars and planets
FreyrDate: Wednesday, 02.11.2011, 00:20 | Message # 1
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I found this planet in M4 cluster its old 9 billion years old older than earth and so far oldest planet ive found. Post any other older stars/planets you find even younger stars/planets like below.



Added (01.11.2011, 20:57)
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younger stars and planets too like this star only 614,000 years old

Added (02.11.2011, 03:20)
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On my expedition around the M4 cluster I have just found an even older planet/star this one is 11 billions years old so old.






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Edited by Freyr - Tuesday, 01.11.2011, 23:59
 
RobbieDate: Wednesday, 02.11.2011, 04:12 | Message # 2
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Nice finds!

Have you found the 'edge' of the known universe yet? You should be able to find the oldest stars at the 'edges.' Hopefully the oldest ones around there should be ~13 billion years. I haven't seen any that old myself yet, so that probably makes yours one of the oldest found to date.

If you can't locate those outer galaxies, then use these co-ords here:

Place "edge of known universe"
{
Body "RS 8404-1385-0-0-160"
Parent ""
Pos (-319393511.1564142, 322371907.4790314, 264129787.7932102)
Rot (-0.4198304641673233, 0.4498182363518086, -0.139052223336801, -0.775931965308487)
Date "822639.08.21 09:44:48.85"
Vel 4166666.8
Mode 1
}

Then increase the exposure to 100 to see all of the galaxies together.





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SpaceEngineerDate: Wednesday, 02.11.2011, 18:57 | Message # 3
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Try and find oldest stars amongst red dwarfs. They have a lifetime of about 100 billions years, so there maybe red dwarfs 13 billions years old.

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