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Challenge: The Biggest Star in SpaceEngine
TalismanDate: Saturday, 21.07.2012, 00:43 | Message # 76
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List updated! cool

Seems like the M1 0 stars are now dominating the list... Interesting...





 
apenpaapDate: Saturday, 21.07.2012, 01:37 | Message # 77
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It seems to make sense, the hypergiant part. After all, that's what they're hypergiants for. I'd think the largest giants would be cooler, though... Maybe the M1 part is just a coincidence, or maybe a strangeness in SE.

EDIT: Also, I found another M1 0 XD literally the very first star I click on my next search for huge ones turns out to be good for a second place.



[Xsize=12]10.930 AU, M1 0 - apenpaap - 2nd place[/Xsize]
[Xcolor=yellow]RS 0-5-18139-302-3835-0-0-0 B (0.96)[/Xcolor]

Attachments: 3609384.jpg(220Kb)





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Edited by apenpaap - Saturday, 21.07.2012, 01:43
 
anonymousgamerDate: Saturday, 21.07.2012, 01:58 | Message # 78
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Not my beloved 2nd place! Noooooo!




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JeppeDate: Saturday, 21.07.2012, 02:26 | Message # 79
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I found another 11 AU star. surprised

11.104 AU, M1 0 - Jeppe - (1st)
RS 0-5-1252-2-17133-0-0-0 B (Version 0.96)

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SolarisDate: Saturday, 21.07.2012, 02:40 | Message # 80
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Niiice cool
 
AmwhereDate: Tuesday, 24.07.2012, 06:23 | Message # 81
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[Xsize=12]11.033AU, M1 0- Gifone - (2nd)[/Xsize]
[Xcolor=yellow]RS 0-0-0-1-30868-0-0-0 B (0.96.1)[/Xcolor]
 
TalismanDate: Tuesday, 24.07.2012, 17:50 | Message # 82
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Well done Amwhere, but who is Gifone? Is that who found it? Or was it you?

List updated. cool





 
AmwhereDate: Tuesday, 24.07.2012, 19:52 | Message # 83
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It twas me - I though you meant to name it. smile
 
Sev00Date: Thursday, 26.07.2012, 16:16 | Message # 84
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Just went to visit it Amwhere, and it made me see something amazing I never saw before...
It's actually a binary system with a blue star and a hypergiant... It creates amazing lensflares effects and colors...
Its really blinding how powerfull these two stars are together when watching from that planet.

EDIT : just realized the SIZE of these ***** stars O___O
I did not realize it was counted in thousands of AU !
MY GOD...
Do such stars, Hypergiant, actually exist ?


Edited by Sev00 - Thursday, 26.07.2012, 16:20
 
TalismanDate: Thursday, 26.07.2012, 17:41 | Message # 85
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Quote (Amwhere)
I though you meant to name it.


You only get to name a star after it's been the top star for 3 days. cool

And that reminds me. Jeppe, you can name your star now! PM me or post here.

Quote (Sev00)
I did not realize it was counted in thousands of AU


It is not counted in thousands of AU, that would be ridiculous! Even then, 10 AU is incredibly large, you see how large our own sun is, and the distance from the earth to the sun is 1 AU.

Theoretically, stars the size of 25 AU should be possible. Now that is what I call a large star.





 
apenpaapDate: Monday, 30.07.2012, 19:13 | Message # 86
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Found one bigger than my old contender, though still a third place:
[Xsize=12]10.971 AU, M1 0 - apenpaap - (3rd)[/Xsize]
[Xcolor=yellow]RS 0-5-10930-187-14640-0-0-0 B (0.96.2)[/Xcolor]


Attachments: 5639026.jpg(410Kb)





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Edited by apenpaap - Monday, 30.07.2012, 19:13
 
Sev00Date: Friday, 03.08.2012, 18:03 | Message # 87
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Quote (Talisman)
It is not counted in thousands of AU, that would be ridiculous! Even then, 10 AU is incredibly large, you see how large our own sun is, and the distance from the earth to the sun is 1 AU.

Theoretically, stars the size of 25 AU should be possible. Now that is what I call a large star.


Oh yeah, think I mistook it. Like "10.971 AU", here in France we would write it "10,971 AU". So I thought these were ten thousand AU... Which is completly ridiculous of course ^^
 
WASDWASDDate: Saturday, 01.12.2012, 19:58 | Message # 88
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Those stars are reeeeally big! And hard to find of course! wacko




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werdnaforeverDate: Saturday, 29.12.2012, 00:28 | Message # 89
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11.015 AU, Red hypergiant - werdnaforever (3rd largest)
RS 0-2-60-58-21890-0-0-0 B (0.9.6.2)



What a pleasure it is to join the ranks of those who found 11AU stars.

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Edited by werdnaforever - Saturday, 29.12.2012, 04:18
 
smjjamesDate: Saturday, 29.12.2012, 06:05 | Message # 90
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I didn't think procedural hypergiants existed, at least I haven't seen any myself.

Maybe I oughta explore procedural galaxies more.







Edited by smjjames - Saturday, 29.12.2012, 06:08
 
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