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My latest finding that's earth-like
Tac1017Date: Thursday, 22.10.2015, 19:22 | Message # 1
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Everyone should be familiar with the procedural planet Islutas. In 0.9.7.2, it was just like Earth. Then, 0.9.7.3, there is no Terrestrial life. So, I said my final goodbyes to Islutas. I went to find a new earth-like planet, which I had a pre-set name for: Neotas. Finally, I found it.








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The Terra Hunter of the Milky Way!

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


Edited by Tac1017 - Thursday, 22.10.2015, 19:29
 
Tac1017Date: Thursday, 22.10.2015, 19:57 | Message # 2
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One more thing, I named the moon Sarginial




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JackDoleDate: Thursday, 22.10.2015, 20:13 | Message # 3
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Quote Tac1017 ()
Everyone should be familiar with the procedural planet Islutas. In 0.9.7.2, it was just like Earth. Then, 0.9.7.3, there is no Terrestrial life.

Have you made any changes to your SpaceEngine installation? This is 'Islutas' for me in 0.973:



and this in 0.974.6:



Only in 0.974.7, the system no longer exists.

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Tac1017Date: Thursday, 22.10.2015, 20:46 | Message # 4
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Quote JackDole ()
Only in 0.974.7, the system no longer exists.


thank you for informing me that. I'm on the search for my 0.974.7 world, Xerotas





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


Edited by Tac1017 - Thursday, 22.10.2015, 20:49
 
JackDoleDate: Thursday, 22.10.2015, 21:21 | Message # 5
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Have visited your world Neotas. In 0.974.7. But alas, alas, I do not like to say; Neotas exists in 0.974.7, but a great flood came upon the planet. There is hardly any land masses and all life is extinguished. cry


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Tac1017Date: Thursday, 22.10.2015, 21:37 | Message # 6
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Well, I'm on the search for Xerotas, so stay open JackDole!




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11ryancDate: Thursday, 22.10.2015, 23:27 | Message # 7
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Amazing finding! Wonder what properties could explain the green color throughout the atmosphere though.
This is the best I've yet to come across. Found it by sheer accidence too smile No life, however. Like Earth, most of the surface is made up of large oceans. Landscapes are typically pretty flat, with some rocky exceptions. I've also found some volcanic activity. The gravity and atmospheric pressure certainly show their differences though. (0.8186 atm enough to support a human being without pressurization protection?)
What intrigued me most was one of the moons tied to this planet. Excellent Earthrise and moon views cool
http://imgur.com/a/Daj10

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ElectricalEelDate: Friday, 23.10.2015, 10:44 | Message # 8
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Would be wonderful except for the fact that the atmosphere is probably chlorine,Which isnt very good for life as we know it.

Also,Earth-like planets with blue atmospheres that aren't tidally locked according to my experiences are found in a star range from K0 to G3,havent found any around F range stars
 
quarior14Date: Friday, 23.10.2015, 14:02 | Message # 9
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I can be found a Earth-like in Milkay Way but its atmosphere as a model a Neptune.

Coordinate : RS 8409-1792-7-1195313-122 6

On the other hand, it seems good and the same atmosphere, and a little longer cold :

Coordinate : RS 8409-1792-7-1195301-72 4
I rename this planet Terryas.
Also, this planet has a beautiful view in the sky, indeed, certainly it has only a single Sun and is not in the center of the Galaxy but has 3 moons types Selenia and 11 asteroids.
Here is a view from its surface :

Even if the planet has 3 main moons, on this screenshot, we see that two but it makes me think that the Earth had two moons before the second collides with the principal (Moon). Too bad that the other is collided but it's still the chance that the principal moon (Moon) is formed, otherwise we would have had a ring.
(Source : Sciences et avenir.fr/Quand la Terre avait 2 lunes)

I use SE 0.9.7.4 pach 7.

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Edited by quarior14 - Friday, 23.10.2015, 15:46
 
JackDoleDate: Friday, 23.10.2015, 16:31 | Message # 10
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Tac1017,

I have your 'Islutas system' exported from 'SE 0.972'; and made some scripts for 'SE 0.974.7'.





I had to make some changes, because apparently the parameter values changed for 'Ocean Heights' and 'seaLevel'.

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11ryancDate: Friday, 23.10.2015, 16:34 | Message # 11
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ElectricalEel, Interesting. How can you determine the gases making up the atmosphere?




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ElectricalEelDate: Sunday, 25.10.2015, 13:16 | Message # 12
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Quote 11ryanc ()
ElectricalEel, Interesting. How can you determine the gases making up the atmosphere?


Well while i am not the person you should be asking (my knowledge is limited cry ) Chlorine is a yellow-green gas so it would be reasonable that the atmosphere is chlorine

For example,Venus looks like a whitish yellow because its atmosphere has sulfur and carbon in massive amounts. Jupiter and Saturn are yellow and brown from ammonia in their atmosphere.

Hope this helps biggrin
 
AlekDate: Sunday, 25.10.2015, 18:50 | Message # 13
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Quote ElectricalEel ()
yellow and brown from ammonia


Ammonia is more whitish and blue-green, or bluish. the brownish tint of Jupiter and Saturn comes from the overload of Hydrogen and Helium.





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Tac1017Date: Sunday, 25.10.2015, 20:11 | Message # 14
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Any gasses with the color of pink that can hold life? If so, I think I found Xerotas.

If not, back to search. Right now, the only type of star I search is K2V. Lives more than three times as long as the sun, leaving room for intelligence to develop far more than around a solar twin. So far, Most Terras I consider aren't tidally locked.

Other things I put into factor are: distance from Earth, nearby objects, and key points of interest (right now, I'm hunting in the Barnard's loop region. Xerotas is so close to the smaller lobe that it fills the night sky).





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


Edited by Tac1017 - Sunday, 25.10.2015, 20:19
 
DiscovererOfWorldsDate: Sunday, 01.11.2015, 11:19 | Message # 15
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Tac1017,When you search for these planets, in the filter, what criteria do you use?




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