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SpaceEngineerDate: Thursday, 17.11.2011, 03:18 | Message # 1
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Well, let's write about your findings in SE 0.95 smile

Here is mine: http://en.spaceengine.org/forum/10-269-1

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TuskinDate: Thursday, 17.11.2011, 06:00 | Message # 2
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I found one of your Easter Eggs systems, the Home Star System from Battlestar Galactica, Cyrannus biggrin
 
TalismanDate: Thursday, 17.11.2011, 07:29 | Message # 3
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I found a 44.200 AU diameter star! HOLY CRAP (It's T Cep)

ALSO oh my...

Just look at this...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WOH_G64
is the star.

Look at its diameter:



EDIT:

Was exploring some terra's and I just found this... I don't know what to say.. This is just amazing, thank you so much for this program SpaceEngineer, no words can describe it.

Look:










Edited by Talisman - Thursday, 17.11.2011, 08:43
 
miros_0571Date: Thursday, 17.11.2011, 14:45 | Message # 4
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Here's some screenshots:
1. S/2011 (the new moon of Pluto)


2. VY Canis Majoris (the biggest star known of the universe)


3. HD 85512 b (Confirmed goldilocks planet)


4. Kepler-11 system (6 planets are very faster)


5. Kepler-16 system (Two stars looks like from film Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope)

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Edited by miros_0571 - Thursday, 17.11.2011, 15:15
 
SpaceEngineerDate: Thursday, 17.11.2011, 14:55 | Message # 5
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Quote (miros_0571)
Just look at this... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WOH_G64 is the star. Look at its diameter:


This is a bug. You have selected the system barycenter instead of the star itself. When barycenter is selected, SE calculates summary mass and radius of central body using its luminosity and temperature, and obtains 200 AU. If you double click on the star, you select the star itself (or just press F2 and select the star). Then you will see real diameter of this star, taken from \data\catalogs\planets\Stars.sc scrips, and it is "just" 8.2 AU.

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TalismanDate: Friday, 18.11.2011, 08:27 | Message # 6
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Ah, thanks SpaceEngineer. I checked again and saw the actual star, I thought it was slightly wrong when I looked at how they were close and my distance didn't match up. cool

Anyways, just found this amazing nebula rich galaxy, which I want to claim. I think people should be able to "claim" and name a galaxy to be renamed in the next version since there are just so many and it would be neat to eventually stumble upon someones galaxy and the feeling of someone else having explored what you just found, have you thought about that SpaceEngineer?

Here's a pic from a planet in the really dense nebula area, I call it "Astronomy on another world":








Edited by Talisman - Friday, 18.11.2011, 08:29
 
TotyDate: Friday, 18.11.2011, 11:41 | Message # 7
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I have found a binary system with six ocean planets, four of them with life and three terras all of them containing life.

Here is: RS 8404-196-7-1049634-33
 
mustafa2812Date: Friday, 18.11.2011, 21:43 | Message # 8
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Here's some nice pics that I have found. How do you do that spoiler thing btw?
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FreyrDate: Saturday, 19.11.2011, 13:57 | Message # 9
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Here are some pictures from some places that i have found







This planet I landed on a cold frozen world and I forgot to say its in pegasus DIG








and im always looking for old stars/planets didnt find this it was in places F6 twin red dwarfs and there 11 billion years old
here:






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Edited by Freyr - Saturday, 19.11.2011, 14:00
 
TuskinDate: Saturday, 19.11.2011, 16:11 | Message # 10
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http://i.imgur.com/q5QDE.jpg

Very interesting Quad Star System, you should check it out.
 
SpaceCoreDate: Sunday, 20.11.2011, 15:13 | Message # 11
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I have found a binary system with six ocean planets, four of them with life and three terras all of them containing life.

Here is: RS 8404-196-7-1049634-33

Weird, I see no planets here. Empty system for me.
Wrong coordinates?
 
TuskinDate: Sunday, 20.11.2011, 19:19 | Message # 12
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Weird, I see no planets here. Empty system for me.
Wrong coordinates?


Worked fine for me.
 
TotyDate: Monday, 21.11.2011, 09:55 | Message # 13
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Five terras orbiting a gas giant.

RS 1186-253-9-100407153-216 4





 
TalismanDate: Monday, 21.11.2011, 09:55 | Message # 14
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Oh man, just found my first brown dwarfs. They're just mystical and scary looking cool
EDIT: The brown dwarf is the red/crimson Jupiter looking thing near the center.



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Edited by Talisman - Thursday, 17.11.2011, 03:12
 
FreyrDate: Monday, 21.11.2011, 09:55 | Message # 15
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Im loving it thanks space engineer. smile

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