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Challenge: Search for the most alive system (v0.95)
SpaceEngineerDate: Saturday, 26.11.2011, 15:16 | Message # 1
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Starting a challenge in search of systems that have the greatest number of habitable worlds. They may be terras or oceanides planets or moons. So you should check all satellites of all planets in system (use F2 planetary system browser). Note that warm and cold planets may bear life too. Tip: search for life on red and yellow dwarfs. They can be easily found when flying at speeds of 1-2 parsecs per second: at this velocity, red dwarfs can be seen moving very quickly as tiny dots on screen. Searching in any galaxy is allowed. The Cyrannus system does not participate in the challenge smile

Post the star name (RS XXX-XXX-XXX....) and the screenshots, showing all habitable planets/moons you find in that system. it would be also interesting if you write some description of your system. And if it's not difficult, add your system to locations (F6) and then copy/paste the code here from the places.cfg.

Challenge on a Russian forum:
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Challenge list

Amwhere - 9 worlds
RS 8404-86-8-13117468-232
A6.1, A7, A8, A9, B5, B6, B7, B8, B8.1

Amwhere - 8 worlds
RS 2784-2694-9-79724475-239
A3, A3.1, A4, A4.1, A5.2, B4, B6.2, B7.6

Amwhere - 7 worlds
RS 8404-240-2-36-659
B4, B4.1, B5, B5.1, B6, B6.1, B7

Amwhere - 7 worlds
8404-240-9-76562537-408
A3, A3.1, A4, B4, B4.1, B5, B6.1

Amwhere - 7 worlds
RS 8404-392-7-663640-0
A3, A5, A5.1, A5.2, A5.3, B4.1, B4.2

Toty - 7 worlds
RS 8404-196-7-1049634-33
A4.1, A5.1, A6.1, A6.4, A7, A7.1, B3

Trathos - 6 worlds
RS 8404-141-8-10854396-166
2, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5

Amwhere - 6 worlds
RS 8404-173-6-253816-3092
A5, A5.3, A5.4, A5.7, A6, A6.1

Tuskin - 5 worlds
RS 1190-175-6-57217-788

HarbingerDawn - 5 worlds
RS 8404-141-9-31903916-251
A4, A4.1, A4.3, B1, B2

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SpaceEngineerDate: Saturday, 26.11.2011, 15:16 | Message # 2
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TotyDate: Saturday, 26.11.2011, 20:43 | Message # 3
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Seven planets with life on a binary system (A4.1, A5.1, A6.1, A6.4, A7, A7.1, B3)

A4.1:


A5.1:


A6.1 & A6.4:


A7 & A7.1:


B3:


Code
Place    "Explosion de vida"
{
   Body    "RS 8404-196-7-1049634-33"
   Parent    ""
   Pos  (-0.005110816662448238, 0.0004776477424630463, 0.007579168935453105)
   Rot  (-0.3072154103744214, -0.2677462491447509, 0.1196765787991491, 0.9053221273029417)
   Date    "2011.11.18 00:56:41.95"
   Vel  0.00013916424
   Mode    1
}


Edited by Toty - Saturday, 26.11.2011, 20:45
 
ChrisDate: Sunday, 27.11.2011, 21:35 | Message # 4
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8 worlds
RS 1137-3-8-9650314-1106

A1 - Warm oceania
A2 - Warm oceania
A2.1 - Warm oceania
A4 - Cool oceania with life
A5 - Temperate oceania with life
A8 - Cold oceania with life
B3 - Warm oceania
B6 - Cool oceania with life

Code

Place    "8 Habs"
{
  Body    "RS 1137-3-8-9650314-1106"
  Parent    ""
  Pos  (-0.0002185134742254486, -0.0005353494370490377, -0.000604884378997954)
  Rot  (0.2195700646730287, 0.7900854782025023, 0.4870241638907125, -0.3006017092758418)
  Date    "4513.05.01 09:09:11.98"
  Vel  3.4328761e-005
  Mode    1
}


I don't know how to post spoilers like the ones in the posts above this one. So i linked 5 images, which seems to be the limit for one post. I'll link the last 3 images in the following post.

Attachments: 0158058.jpg(138Kb) · 1978767.jpg(112Kb) · 4758177.jpg(114Kb) · 6964623.jpg(150Kb) · 4207495.jpg(141Kb)





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ChrisDate: Sunday, 27.11.2011, 21:37 | Message # 5
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Here are the screenshots of the last 3 planets in the system RS 1137-3-8-9650314-1106
Attachments: 0474124.jpg(141Kb) · 5939821.jpg(141Kb) · 6010082.jpg(140Kb)





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RobbieDate: Monday, 28.11.2011, 11:41 | Message # 6
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Quote (Chris)
I don't know how to post spoilers like the ones in the posts above this one. So i linked 5 images, which seems to be the limit for one post. I'll link the last 3 images in the following post.


Hi Chris, if you have a free image hosting account, upload you images there first, then make an image/HTTP link back here and include it into your post above --by editing it: Then you can use 'spoiler' code to hide your image, like this:

Code
[spoiler][IMG]http://i482.photobucket.com/albums/rr181/sunyata-uk/SpaceEngine-misc-stuff/planetaryterrainnewtextures.jpg[/IMG][/spoiler]







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SpaceEngineerDate: Tuesday, 29.11.2011, 21:57 | Message # 7
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Quote (Chris)
8 worlds

Your system have only 4 worlds with life. This challenge is about worlds with life only.

Quote (Chris)
I don't know how to post spoilers like the ones in the posts above this one.


Select text and press "spoiler" button in toolbar above message editor. When you add image in attachment, you cah see code "$IMAGE#$" appearing next to link. Copy/paste this code in message text, and then include it in a spoiler if you wish.

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AmwhereDate: Monday, 12.12.2011, 04:05 | Message # 8
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Hi. I'm new.

I found a 7 life planet system too -

A3, A5, A5.1, A5.2, A5.3, B4.1, B4.2

A3:


The A5 family:


B4.1, B4.2


Code

Place    "7 Life"
{
   Body    "RS 8404-392-7-663640-0 "
   Parent    ""
   Pos  (-0.005814293413095584, 0.003668530418508453, -0.003986231585258793)
   Rot  (0.1518419279893095, -0.8362669867809444, 0.1525455185264455, 0.5043128200852197)
   Date    "2012.02.08 17:12:49.82"
   Vel  0.00024703389
   Mode    1
}
 
SpaceEngineerDate: Monday, 12.12.2011, 05:03 | Message # 9
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Amwhere, amazing find! Can you write a description?

UPD: I can't wait, I write a short description for other forum members:

This is a binary star system located far away from galaxy plane. It has 7 worlds with life: One oceania planet, two terra moons orbiting gas giant, and... an amazing quadruple (!!!) terra planet, i.e. terra with 3 terra moons (+ one selena and 3 asteroids).

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HarbingerDawnDate: Wednesday, 14.12.2011, 10:57 | Message # 10
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I found a brown dwarf/red dwarf binary system with at least 5 worlds with life (I haven't fully explored it yet). When I made my original post (and its location code) I'd only noticed one, but since they're all in the same system you can get to them all easily from there smile

The planets are:
RS 8404-141-9-31903916-251 B1 [Cool Terra]
RS 8404-141-9-31903916-251 B2 [Temperate Terra]
RS 8404-141-9-31903916-251 A4 [Calid Terra]
RS 8404-141-9-31903916-251 A4.1 [Cool Terra]
RS 8404-141-9-31903916-251 A4.3 [Calid Oceania]

That's two terras with life around the brown dwarf, and 1 terra with life with TWO MOONS WITH LIFE around the red dwarf happy

B2



B1


A4


A4 & A4.1


A4, A4.1, A4.2, A4.3


5 worlds with life... not bad for brown and red dwarfs! cool

Code
Place    "Lifeterra Brown Dwarf"
{
    Body    "RS 8404-141-9-31903916-251 B2"
    Parent    ""
    Pos  (-4.849067049390129e-010, -5.451285826418333e-010, -3.514995449500889e-010)
    Rot  (0.6258420895477345, 0.5078566107917312, -0.5365540520301431, 0.2500261807805262)
    Date    "2011.12.13 10:41:35.31"
    Vel  1.1839694e-011
    Mode    1
}





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Edited by HarbingerDawn - Wednesday, 14.12.2011, 11:00
 
AmwhereDate: Monday, 19.12.2011, 00:50 | Message # 11
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415 million light-years away from Earth, in NGC 1577, lies the unassuming K6V/M6V binary system RS 2784-2964-9-79724475-239. It has been blessed, however, with an abundance of life, with 8 bodies bearing it.

A3 - A temperate terra. Has a thin atmosphere and only 2 small oceans.
A3.1 - A temperate terra - has both a thicker amtosphere and more water than it's primary


A4 and A4.1 - A pair of thickly clouded oceanic worlds. A4 has a ring.


A5.2 - A oceanic world orbiting a gas giant.


B4 - Yet another cloudly ocean.


B6.2 - Cloudy. Ocean.


B7.6 - A cold terra mostly covered with desert.


Code

Place    "8L/1"
{
   Body    "RS 2784-2694-9-79724475-239"
   Parent    ""
   Pos  (-0.01429961973353719, 0.008747767929112143, -0.003823520708779963)
   Rot  (0.4182729241109642, 0.2209305836560667, -0.7499196839636306, -0.4624477330087604)
   Date    "2011.12.18 23:03:07.40"
   Vel  0.00018086104
   Mode    1
}


And as a bonus - a couple of 7 life systems...
Code

Place    "7L/2"
{
   Body    "RS 1139-40-8-5767698-29"
   Parent    ""
   Pos  (-0.0009970199709787304, 9.962109006870862e-005, -8.753745900951303e-005)
   Rot  (-0.04573135045075844, 0.5306287342892128, -0.1563549465872004, -0.831802212434117)
   Date    "2011.12.12 23:55:04.71"
   Vel  7.6811484e-006
   Mode    1
}

Place    "7L/3"
{
   Body    "RS 8404-240-2-36-659 B"
   Parent    ""
   Pos  (1.187624602634171e-007, -5.332633867465745e-009, 6.742972639794141e-008)
   Rot  (0.8268478032360942, 0.1676568523540826, 0.4745628832299981, 0.2510058963506593)
   Date    "2011.12.12 23:55:04.71"
   Vel  4.3145784e-010
   Mode    1
}

Place    "7L/4"
{
   Body    "RS 8404-240-9-76562537-408 "
   Parent    ""
   Pos  (0.006019908444883114, -0.005503501611335633, 0.003062303201286653)
   Rot  (0.689602730712066, 0.09356939042946175, 0.5616941979701706, -0.4474287328008423)
   Date    "2011.12.12 23:55:04.71"
   Vel  0.00010779641
   Mode    1
}

... a quad life planet-moon system...
Code

Place    "4LPS/1"
{
   Body    "RS 8404-173-6-253816-3092 "
   Parent    ""
   Pos  (0.002566823903180193, -0.01599273244119104, 0.006337853891864143)
   Rot  (0.8045944880765508, 0.5624118232071866, -0.03872751600929756, 0.1866034039811462)
   Date    "2011.12.12 23:55:04.71"
   Vel  7.7369688e-005
   Mode    1
}


... and an impending binary star solar eclipse (speed up time).
Code

Place    "RS 8404-450-9-4932793-990 B4"
{
   Body    "RS 8404-450-9-4932793-990 B4"
   Parent    ""
   Pos  (-3.220583851077578e-011, 1.021340546545027e-010, -8.064531026752853e-011)
   Rot  (0.7278789862402786, -0.03639992942064818, -0.6065877648770628, 0.3176767382567466)
   Date    "2012.02.17 05:36:04.79"
   Vel  1.1911396e-016
   Mode    2
}
 
SpaceEngineerDate: Monday, 19.12.2011, 11:17 | Message # 12
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Amwhere, amazing work! You found systems with:
8 life
7 life
7 life
6 life
(the first 7-life system seems to be wrong).
I like your second 7-life system (it has 4 planets with life, with some moons with life, no gas giant moons with life), and last has triple star system with quad planet with life (it has a total 6 planets with life).

I add all you findings in challenge list now.

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AmwhereDate: Tuesday, 24.01.2012, 22:00 | Message # 13
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I'll post pictures later - but I found a 9 life system!
Code

Place    "KMS 7"
{
  Body    "RS 8404-86-8-13117468-232"
  Parent    ""
  Pos  (-0.003363407346535809, -0.001636313628020727, 0.00119618939352233)
  Rot  (0.5477218741100902, -0.216614763330653, -0.5606960718000023, 0.5819782710691031)
  Date    "3052.02.01 21:32:12.19"
  Vel  0.00010651579
  Mode    1
}


A6.1,B6,B7 - Terra with Life
A7,A8,A9,B5,B8,B8.1 - Oceanic with Life
 
SpaceEngineerDate: Tuesday, 24.01.2012, 22:54 | Message # 14
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I'll post pictures later - but I found a 9 life system!


OMG unbelievable! I should make life support conditions rarer smile

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TalismanDate: Wednesday, 25.01.2012, 23:05 | Message # 15
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OMG unbelievable! I should make life support conditions rarer


No! They're almost way to rare already, even with some of the worlds being glitched and being way to cold or hot to have life!

Also, what about systems with 15+ planets/moons with life. That's what I want to see. But there's probably only a few thousand of those in Space Engine.

I really don't know how these people are finding these systems, I can never find anything with more then 3 planets with life after hours of searching many many stars. cool







Edited by Talisman - Wednesday, 25.01.2012, 23:21
 
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