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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
QuontexDate: Friday, 20.03.2015, 22:55 | Message # 91
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Quote Tac1017 ()
We ALL do. The atmosphere looks promising and blue though

Just because it is blue does not mean it is safe, It could have cyanide or a multitude of other gasses/vapors in mass in the atmosphere. Until Space Engineer adds more in depth atmospheric data we can then determine habitability, we cannot just go by colour.





 
easterninfernoDate: Saturday, 21.03.2015, 14:26 | Message # 92
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Quote Quontex ()
Just because it is blue does not mean it is safe, It could have cyanide or a multitude of other gasses/vapors in mass in the atmosphere. Until Space Engineer adds more in depth atmospheric data we can then determine habitability, we cannot just go by colour.


I would like if SpaceEnginner adds an tab that tells the composition of the planet,in percentage.That way we wont need to guess.





When will our goverments forget about the borders,and start looking into the stars as a species?
 
Tac1017Date: Friday, 08.05.2015, 12:25 | Message # 93
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Yeah, there needs to be more filters, such as atmospheric quialties and not just physical...

Added (08.05.2015, 12:16)
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Well.... updates....islutas has no terrestrial life; LET'S COLONIZE IT!

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As of now, we need to be happy with Tundrix...




The Terra Hunter of the Milky Way!

(By the way, I was born in 2001, NOT 1972 XD)
 
NolDate: Friday, 08.05.2015, 14:51 | Message # 94
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Tac1017, Why's that?

EDIT: Forget the Question.





"Eins - Hier kommt die Sonne
Zwei - Hier kommt die Sonne
Drei - Sie ist der hellste Stern von allen
Vier - Hier kommt die Sonne"

-Rammstein, Sonne, Mutter, 2001


Edited by Nol - Friday, 08.05.2015, 15:00
 
DiscovererOfWorldsDate: Friday, 08.05.2015, 17:32 | Message # 95
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incredible, islutas was the planet most famous on forum, with the update does not have terrestrial life! and I saw that the continents have changed, what will you do now will seek another?




the universe is made to be explored, but no one will ever visit it all
 
Tac1017Date: Friday, 08.05.2015, 20:25 | Message # 96
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Incredible, islutas was the planet most famous on forum, with the update does not have terrestrial life! and I saw that the continents have changed, what will you do now will seek another?


EXACTLY

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Quote Tac1017 ()
EXACTLY


well... I found ONE, but it has no moon, and is 9 degrees farenheight..

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I have a theory: during the updates, islutas got hit by an asteroid, wiping out terrestrial life. Well... I'm getting my snow gear d moving to the newer planet I found...

edit: it's winter... summer is 43 degrees.... Ehh... for new yorker, wild weather changes like that are the norm.





The Terra Hunter of the Milky Way!

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


Edited by Tac1017 - Friday, 08.05.2015, 20:28
 
n0b0dyDate: Sunday, 10.05.2015, 11:39 | Message # 97
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This looks promising:
Code

Place    "Moon Temperate terra"
{
  Body    "IOT Crt 4.3"
  Parent    "IOT Crt 4"
  Pos  (-9.323714142330658e-011, 8.072730024602862e-010, 2.648081391751905e-010)
  Rot  (-0.08688759286902695, -0.00435514628314896, 0.5874244576996455, 0.8045893893176543)
  Date    "2015.04.24 20:51:46.74"
  Vel  8.5469659e-011
  Mode    1
}

and is only 88 lys from earth
 
DiscovererOfWorldsDate: Sunday, 10.05.2015, 17:46 | Message # 98
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This looks promising:
you add a photo of the planet? perhaps with the data?





the universe is made to be explored, but no one will ever visit it all
 
n0b0dyDate: Sunday, 10.05.2015, 20:04 | Message # 99
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This one is better:



Edited by n0b0dy - Sunday, 10.05.2015, 20:17
 
BlueDracheDate: Monday, 11.05.2015, 02:23 | Message # 100
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Quote n0b0dy ()
This one is better:


LOL. I think the idea is to find procedural planets, though.
 
n0b0dyDate: Monday, 11.05.2015, 05:53 | Message # 101
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This is procedural planet on catalog system.

I think you mean procedural planet on procedural system, in which case it doesn't count.
 
IanTheGuyDate: Saturday, 16.05.2015, 03:24 | Message # 102
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The ESI is extraordinarily high. Which makes me vote it on a good position. biggrin




Math is the "programming" language of the universe.
 
DiscovererOfWorldsDate: Saturday, 16.05.2015, 14:27 | Message # 103
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I found this planet after long and extensive research is very promising, it is true that the atmospheric pressure is less than that of the Earth, however, it allows 0 degrees in winter and 22 degrees in the summer, having so many seasons and temperatures similar to those on Earth, also the atmosphere would perhaps humans can breathe (obviously in the absence of deadly gases) finally its largest moon would allow the axial tilt that allowed the planet to have these seasons
Attachments: 4114767.jpg(201Kb)





the universe is made to be explored, but no one will ever visit it all
 
BlueDracheDate: Saturday, 16.05.2015, 16:35 | Message # 104
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Quote DiscovererOfWorlds ()
absence of deadly gases) finally its largest moon would allow the axial tilt that allowed the planet to have these seasons
Attachments: 4114767.jpg(201Kb)


True, but the atmosphere is so thin, you're basically standing at 40,000 feet above sea level on earth.

By way of comparison, the atmospheric pressure on top of Mt. Everest is .5724

There's no way that human life (from Earth) would be able to survive without breathing apparatus and perhaps a pressure suit.
 
TheOutsiderDate: Sunday, 17.05.2015, 00:00 | Message # 105
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atmosphere is so thin

Well, if it consists mostly of oxygen, thickness should not be a problem...
 
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