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Have I found earth 2.0?
Is this earth 2.0?
1.Yes. This is the new earth. Everything is just right.[ 11 ][16.92%]
2.It is promising, but some factors could make this planet hostile.[ 42 ][64.62%]
3.Promising, but we can't stand outside for too long or we would die quickly.[ 4 ][6.15%]
4.Other lifeforms could live on this planet, but not humans.[ 5 ][7.69%]
5.Try again. I wouldn't want to live here.[ 3 ][4.62%]
Poll expiry date: Friday, 26.02.2027, 18:23
Answers total: 65
WwadlolDate: Saturday, 07.03.2015, 09:39 | Message # 46
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I love how tropical it looks! Especially the ring islands.
 
Tac1017Date: Saturday, 07.03.2015, 14:41 | Message # 47
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I love how tropical it looks! Especially the ring islands.


Want to name one?

Added (07.03.2015, 13:41)
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Ahhh.... Finally a world everyone loves ♪




The Terra Hunter of the Milky Way!

(By the way, I was born in 2001, NOT 1972 XD)


Edited by Tac1017 - Saturday, 07.03.2015, 14:40
 
Tangle10Date: Saturday, 07.03.2015, 16:52 | Message # 48
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Oh my... success! Except for the "K2" classification, it's pretty much exactly identical. The distance from Earth is a bit annoying though, I found a nice planet 22 ly from Earth. Also, the only reason the volcanoes have snow on them is because they are tall. Also, Earth has about the same amount of volcanism- our oceans are just deeper. Finally, the atmosphere might be a tiny problem: it looks quite foggy. Planet Francisco...

...I'd like to name the strait between the two "lobes" of continent Olstas Strait.

Star code for easy pasting: RS 8409-1353-7-1480420-270

Edit: did I put that code in wrong? I copied it and found myself at the right location... in a galaxy 49 mpc from Earth.
Interestingly, A4 (though this version is a singular star) is an oceania with 2 atms of atmosphere. Even more eerily, the system arrangement almost matches up to planet number 10.

Holy crap. BOTH systems exist, and they are in fact scarily similar. The true system code is:

RS 8410-1353-7-1480420-270

Not 8409, as it says in the image. Huh. But they both work, and they both exist. A mystery for the modern age...

Now for a differences thing!

8410 System:8409 System
2 Stars:1 Star
A has 12 Planets:Has 10 Planets
1 is a sorta-Twin Planet:1 Has an Asteroid Moon
2 has 1 large selena moon:2 has 2 asteroid moons
3 has 16 asteroid moons:3 has 20 asteroid moons
4 is a beautifully Earthlike planet geotidally locked to its moon:4 is an oceania with things very similar (main difference: 2.4 atms of atmosphere) and has a selena, but is not geotidally locked and has 5 asteroid moons
4.1 is a hot desert: 4.1 is a selena
5 is a blue gas giant with rings, 74 moons and 2 selena moons:5 is a blue and brown gas giant, 64 moons and 2 des. moons
5.1 is a cool selena: 5.1 is a hot desert
5.2 is a cool selena: 5.2 is a temperate desert
6 is a blue ice giant with 5 non-asteroid moons: 6 is a cold ice world
7 is a frozen ice world with a cold selena moon: 7 is a cold ice world with a frozen selena moon
8 is a frozen titan with life and an ice moon:8 is a frozen titan with 5 ice moons and 9 other moons
9 is a frozen ice world:9 is a frozen titan with a frozen desert moon
10 is a gas giant with 11 non-ast. moons:10 is a gas giant with 1 hot desert, 4 ice world, and 1 titan moons





Tips for finding Earth-Like planets: Look for F, G, or K Class stars. M class habitables will almost always be tidelocked. Oceanias can, of course, also be habitable, they just have tiny amounts of land.

Edited by Tangle10 - Saturday, 07.03.2015, 17:30
 
relox84Date: Saturday, 07.03.2015, 17:58 | Message # 49
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The things that i dont like with this planet are the axial tilt of 65° wich would lead to extreme temperature changes between summer and winter even at the equator, the large moon orbiting very close to the planet wich creates a strong volcanic activity and would greatly disturb the path of spaceships entering and leaving the planet's sphere of influence, and the fact that the atmophere at sea level is half as dense as Earth's, wich mens there is enough air to breathe but humans would rather live as close a possible to sea level.

Apart from that, this planet looks beautiful and very promising smile
 
Tac1017Date: Saturday, 07.03.2015, 18:32 | Message # 50
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I decided to make a map of Islutas, as it is the most appreciated planet of them all... Here it is! biggrin


Attachments: 9450691.png(240Kb)





The Terra Hunter of the Milky Way!

(By the way, I was born in 2001, NOT 1972 XD)


Edited by Tac1017 - Saturday, 07.03.2015, 18:33
 
WwadlolDate: Saturday, 07.03.2015, 19:41 | Message # 51
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Hey, i found it.

Also, did you notice the titan with life in the solar system?
 
Tac1017Date: Saturday, 07.03.2015, 20:01 | Message # 52
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Also, did you notice the titan with life in the solar system?


Yeah. I call it earthnugi





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(By the way, I was born in 2001, NOT 1972 XD)
 
DodecahedronDate: Saturday, 07.03.2015, 20:08 | Message # 53
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I detailed the dodeca sea.



Wwadlol I noticed the titan. I call it ether.



I name this canyon "The Vast Erosion"

EDIT: This 2 month old thread is now larger than the 3 year old Post your favorite terra thread surprised





" What compromises in precision should scientists make in the name of tradition, sentiment, and good public relations?"
None


Edited by Dodecahedron - Saturday, 07.03.2015, 20:19
 
Tac1017Date: Saturday, 07.03.2015, 20:41 | Message # 54
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Quote Dodecahedron ()
EDIT: This 2 month old thread is now larger than the 3 year old Post your favorite terra thread


Actually, this is just a mere four days old...

AWESOME!





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DodecahedronDate: Saturday, 07.03.2015, 20:50 | Message # 55
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Wow, that means that there have been 13.5 posts per day. So, what do you think about the name "Ether" for the inhabited Titan?




" What compromises in precision should scientists make in the name of tradition, sentiment, and good public relations?"
None
 
Tac1017Date: Saturday, 07.03.2015, 20:54 | Message # 56
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Wow, that means that there have been 13.5 posts per day. So, what do you think about the name "Ether" for the inhabited Titan?


I changed it's name from earthnugi to ether!

You know, you can claim that certain planet in the system. You can have it, and any other planet except the gas giant at the edge of the system (I call it Faarmaast) or Islutas, the terra.





The Terra Hunter of the Milky Way!

(By the way, I was born in 2001, NOT 1972 XD)


Edited by Tac1017 - Saturday, 07.03.2015, 20:57
 
DodecahedronDate: Saturday, 07.03.2015, 21:07 | Message # 57
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Cool, I guess i will claim B1 and call it Lagrange because it has a moon in the L5 point of a larger moon.






" What compromises in precision should scientists make in the name of tradition, sentiment, and good public relations?"
None
 
relox84Date: Saturday, 07.03.2015, 21:16 | Message # 58
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I started studying the day and year lenghts of Islutas to see how colonists would divide the years into months and weeks and this is what i found :

First of all, i calculated that an observer on Islutas's surface would, on average, see the Sun rise 197.61393 times per year, wich we can round to 198 days per (tropical) year.

Then, i discovered that this number can be divided in 11 months of 18 days, but that means we have to get rid of a month (september, obviously happy ).

A month can then be divided in 3 weeks of 6 days, but then again that would mean we have to get rid of a day (monday, obviously happy ).

But, since 198 isn't equal to 197.61393, that mean we have to add leap years, so i created those leap years that reduce the average year lenght to 197.6111 (which isn't exactly the tropical year but i'm too lazy to be more precise) :

- 1 leap year with an extra day every 3 years
- 1 super leap year with two extra days every 18 years

But that would mean we would have to bring some mondays back cry ,but we will obviously put them in july happy .
 
Tac1017Date: Saturday, 07.03.2015, 22:09 | Message # 59
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I started studying the day and year lenghts of Islutas to see how colonists would divide the years into months and weeks and this is what i found :

First of all, i calculated that an observer on Islutas's surface would, on average, see the Sun rise 197.61393 times per year, wich we can round to 198 days per (tropical) year.

Then, i discovered that this number can be divided in 11 months of 18 days, but that means we have to get rid of a month (september, obviously ).

A month can then be divided in 3 weeks of 6 days, but then again that would mean we have to get rid of a day (monday, obviously ).

But, since 198 isn't equal to 197.61393, that mean we have to add leap years, so i created those leap years that reduce the average year lenght to 197.6111 (which isn't exactly the tropical year but i'm too lazy to be more precise) :

- 1 leap year with an extra day every 3 years
- 1 super leap year with two extra days every 18 years

But that would mean we would have to bring some mondays back ,but we will obviously put them in july .


WOAH. NICE WORK MAN! You earn: The ability to rename the two gas giants that Islutas orbits between biggrin





The Terra Hunter of the Milky Way!

(By the way, I was born in 2001, NOT 1972 XD)
 
Tac1017Date: Saturday, 07.03.2015, 22:47 | Message # 60
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Heres an updated map of Islutas. It will update here and there, so look out for differences
Attachments: 6767450.png(250Kb)





The Terra Hunter of the Milky Way!

(By the way, I was born in 2001, NOT 1972 XD)


Edited by Tac1017 - Sunday, 08.03.2015, 18:33
 
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