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Islutas as the mascot planet of se?
Should Islutas be the mascot planet?
1.Yes[ 14 ][43.75%]
2.No[ 18 ][56.25%]
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easterninfernoDate: Sunday, 08.03.2015, 17:04 | Message # 16
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By the way if Earth wont be the spawn point of SE,i would like Islutas to be the spawn point...It looks so beautifull!

Nice find Tac! cool





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Tac1017Date: Sunday, 08.03.2015, 17:20 | Message # 17
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Quote easterninferno ()
By the way if Earth wont be the spawn point of SE,i would like Islutas to be the spawn point...It looks so beautifull!

Nice find Tac!



Thanks! It took me about... let's say months of searching starting with 0.9.7.1, then upgrading, then finding a ton of thin atmospheres. I searched, searched, searched, and Islutas is the final result.





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easterninfernoDate: Monday, 09.03.2015, 10:21 | Message # 18
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There can always be a better planet,this is the best for now :)....

I wish i could hunt too...





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QuontexDate: Monday, 09.03.2015, 10:40 | Message # 19
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Quote easterninferno ()
I wish i could hunt too...

I suggest trying for G class stars, They are sunlike stars and so the terras should be earthlike and if you use the browser(I must admit I've done in the past) there are less of them so trying to sift through is easier. I'd also suggest even going for hotter planets if it's just looks your going for. Most of all it just takes time.







Edited by Quontex - Monday, 09.03.2015, 10:40
 
Tac1017Date: Monday, 09.03.2015, 11:49 | Message # 20
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I suggest trying for G class stars, They are sunlike stars and so the terras should be earthlike and if you use the browser(I must admit I've done in the past) there are less of them so trying to sift through is easier. I'd also suggest even going for hotter planets if it's just looks your going for. Most of all it just takes time.



G starrs are nice, but what I suggest is g7-k3v stars because of their lifespans.





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QuontexDate: Monday, 09.03.2015, 12:00 | Message # 21
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I suggest is g7-k3v stars because of their lifespans.

If Human civilisation lives long enough for that to be a problem, at that point we would have the technology to extend that lifespan or at least have the resources to build a new planet.





 
Tac1017Date: Monday, 09.03.2015, 12:03 | Message # 22
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If Human civilisation lives long enough for that to be a problem, at that point we would have the technology to extend that lifespan or at least have the resources to build a new planet.


I will name the giant titan in the system Islutas resides in after you.





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QuontexDate: Monday, 09.03.2015, 12:10 | Message # 23
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I will name the giant titan in the system Islutas resides in after you.

Oh Excellent! A new world for the Howects. xD







Edited by Quontex - Monday, 09.03.2015, 12:11
 
DoctorOfSpaceDate: Monday, 09.03.2015, 12:14 | Message # 24
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Quote Quontex ()
resources to build a new planet.


What a waste.

It would be better to just build large stations and harvest asteroids and planets for needed materials.

I highly doubt astronauts of the future will even be "human" or need Earth like environments to survive anyway.





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DodecahedronDate: Monday, 09.03.2015, 13:20 | Message # 25
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Yes, the best solution to space is not humans or more specifically not homo sapiens. If anything, the advancement of robotics will leave artificial chaotic cellular automata as the most common species in the universe. Anything with a basis in mathematics will be the same anywhere regardless of local physics. Life's definition is just anything that temporarily lowers its own entropy so that means that it should not be hard creating a legacy for life. All you have to do is send genetic material and some genomic sequences under a temperature of a few nanokelvin.




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easterninfernoDate: Friday, 13.03.2015, 07:47 | Message # 26
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Quote Quontex ()
I suggest trying for G class stars, They are sunlike stars and so the terras should be earthlike and if you use the browser(I must admit I've done in the past) there are less of them so trying to sift through is easier. I'd also suggest even going for hotter planets if it's just looks your going for. Most of all it just takes time.


I must have given a bad view of my situation,i know how to hunt but my PC cant run SE...

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Hey Tac,would you snap some pictures from the surface of Islutas?Maybe a beach,mountain view,valleyside?




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Tac1017Date: Friday, 13.03.2015, 11:49 | Message # 27
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Quote easterninferno ()
Hey Tac,would you snap some pictures from the surface of Islutas?Maybe a beach,mountain view,valleyside?


I was just thinking of that!





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DodecahedronDate: Friday, 13.03.2015, 13:05 | Message # 28
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I will give you one.






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SalvoDate: Friday, 13.03.2015, 14:06 | Message # 29
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Actually it's cool, but remeber this: The planet will not be the same in the next version, so it couldn't be the starting point as far as it will probably become a completely different planet tongue

But I agree about the fact that we should choose a planet for being the "mascot", we could do that for every version, and this is a pretty good candidate for the current one happy





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easterninfernoDate: Friday, 13.03.2015, 16:41 | Message # 30
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Great picture Dode!




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