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Challenge: find a planet with possibly intelligent life
DiscovererOfWorldsDate: Monday, 09.03.2015, 17:49 | Message # 1
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with this challenge I want you to find a planet where it is technically possible to have intelligent life, of course SpaceEngine is no represent the intelligent life so we will not dwell in saying that if there civilization.

-Must have a minimum temperature of -20 C and maximum 40 C-
-Must be in a location of the galaxy that is not in the center,not in the suburbs, but in the middle of the spiral arms.
-Must Have a rotation period that goes from 11h minimum and maximum of 3 and a half days
-Must Have an atmosphere with a pressure minimum 0.9 and maximum 1.7
-Must Be large enough to have a magnetic field, and be able to have it for billions of years.
-Must have a large moon minimum 2000 km in diameter
-Must not have violent seasons es: winter -20 C and 40 C in summer --Must Have a rotation period that goes from 11h minimum and maximum of 3 days

PS sorry for my English, the translator translates badly, but it translates.





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jasonskate33Date: Monday, 09.03.2015, 22:11 | Message # 2
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That's pretty hard surprised I need to see that planet!what's it's name?I've found
2/3 planets with life but I can't recall them names :/ill check it out tomorrow
 
Tac1017Date: Monday, 09.03.2015, 22:45 | Message # 3
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What about islutas?




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DodecahedronDate: Monday, 09.03.2015, 23:15 | Message # 4
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Just checked, islutas works.




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DiscovererOfWorldsDate: Tuesday, 10.03.2015, 12:59 | Message # 5
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islutas is perfect I'll try one that can accommodate intelligent life ..is not very difficult, or found several planets candidates to host intelligent life




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QuontexDate: Tuesday, 10.03.2015, 21:06 | Message # 6
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I Don't know if it's still possible, However you could edit the text "With life" in catalog planets in older versions of SE. I honestly felt like trolling this with a screenshot saying "Temperate Terra with Intelligent life".

Found one Moltinian world that nearly fits this, It's somewhat tidally locked (axial tilt of 131) and no moon. Otherwise it looks good. Being almost 100% water on the surface I would argue the thermal is carried to the dark side of the planet and is temperate all around.
Ioth Fisia - RS 0-7-1760765-842-448-6-0-10529 A4





 
Tac1017Date: Tuesday, 10.03.2015, 22:57 | Message # 7
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Quote Quontex ()
I Don't know if it's still possible, However you could edit the text "With life" in catalog planets in older versions of SE. I honestly felt like trolling this with a screenshot saying "Temperate Terra with Intelligent life".

Found one Moltinian world that nearly fits this, It's somewhat tidally locked (axial tilt of 131) and no moon. Otherwise it looks good. Being almost 100% water on the surface I would argue the thermal is carried to the dark side of the planet and is temperate all around.
Ioth Fisia - RS 0-7-1760765-842-448-6-0-10529 A4


Sounds interesting. With life, I don't think it would support any kind of primate-like animals, but rather fish (yes. THEY ARE INTELLIGENT ANIMALS) Only in the twilight zone of this planet (no pun intended people). If you are intending on advanced civilization, this planet would need to be colonized in order to be inhabited that way.

That is just my opinion. I don't need to be right, and maybe I am wrong, but those are my thoughts.





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DiscovererOfWorldsDate: Wednesday, 11.03.2015, 19:38 | Message # 8
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sincerely in tidal locked do not think it can be a good place for a civilization




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Donatelo200Date: Thursday, 12.03.2015, 00:30 | Message # 9
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Actually tidally locked planets may be pretty good for civilization. Reason being the climate is very constant and any life there probably won't have to worry about ice ages or extreme seasons. Not to mention the extreme ages that red dwarfs can attain making the habitable planet habitable for 10's if not 100's of billions of years. So id almost say they are better suited than a planet like Earth. Though a qualifier is needed, we have not observed a locked terra directly so this is mere speculation based on some climate models.




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DiscovererOfWorldsDate: Thursday, 12.03.2015, 18:00 | Message # 10
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Quote Donatelo200 ()
Actually tidally locked planets may be pretty good for civilization. Reason being the climate is very constant and any life there probably won't have to worry about ice ages or extreme seasons. Not to mention the extreme ages that red dwarfs can attain making the habitable planet habitable for 10's if not 100's of billions of years. So id almost say they are better suited than a planet like Earth. Though a qualifier is needed, we have not observed a locked terra directly so this is mere speculation based on some climate models.
wow I did not believe that tidally locked planets could be so hospitable! I had always thought of the hellish places, but there are other factors? as the temperature? very high in these planets, or the fact that there is a mega-cyclone does not mean that there are extreme temperature or twenty?





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QuontexDate: Thursday, 12.03.2015, 23:38 | Message # 11
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Quote DiscovererOfWorlds ()
or the fact that there is a mega-cyclone does not mean that there are extreme temperature or twenty?

Did you look at the world? It still wobbles on it's axis. There isn't a hypercane like you would see on some tidally locked worlds. The planets still rotates so it would have atmospheric movement and currents along with oceanic currents to disperse the heat across the entire planet.





 
DiscovererOfWorldsDate: Friday, 13.03.2015, 19:17 | Message # 12
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Quote Quontex ()
Did you look at the world? It still wobbles on it's axis. There isn't a hypercane like you would see on some tidally locked worlds. The planets still rotates so it would have atmospheric movement and currents along with oceanic currents to disperse the heat across the entire planet.
and warm temperatures? I found some terras with 120 degrees that had tidally locked





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Edited by DiscovererOfWorlds - Friday, 13.03.2015, 19:19
 
QuontexDate: Friday, 13.03.2015, 23:32 | Message # 13
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Quote DiscovererOfWorlds ()
and warm temperatures? I found some terras with 120 degrees that had tidally locked

But this is not one of them, it has a temperate climate, It actually has a elliptical orbit so the average temperature drops below freezing.





 
DiscovererOfWorldsDate: Saturday, 14.03.2015, 17:11 | Message # 14
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what do you think of this planet?
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Tangle10Date: Saturday, 21.03.2015, 15:29 | Message # 15
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Actually, I think "suburbs" would still work- we're not in the centre of a spiral arm!




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.
 
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