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My latest finding that's earth-like
Tac1017Date: Sunday, 01.11.2015, 13:54 | Message # 16
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Star: Main and Parent Star: K2V (k2v allows for more time for intelligent life to develop because of the lifespan it has)

Planet:

Sie doesn't matter

Mass:0.95-3

temp (using farenheit): 32.5-86.5

atmosphere: 0.94-2

No tidal Lock, Aurorae is a must

Life Multicelluar Marine and Terrestrial.

Moon with a mass of 0.0072 to 0.94





The Terra Hunter of the Milky Way!

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


Edited by Tac1017 - Sunday, 01.11.2015, 13:55
 
DiscovererOfWorldsDate: Monday, 02.11.2015, 09:27 | Message # 17
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thanks, do not you think it would be better to look at all the stars? the majority of the planets without tidal locked is in K-G, if there was any planet in a G or a K0 and K1 not you would know, I have another question for you: How long did it take you to find islutas?




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SpaceEngineerDate: Monday, 02.11.2015, 11:08 | Message # 18
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Quote DiscovererOfWorlds ()
thanks, do not you think it would be better to look at all the stars?

If you not setup the star filter, there will be 90% of red dwarfs in the list, and almost all of their planets will not satisfy the planet filter (habitable and not tidal locked). So limiting the star class to G or K is a good tactics.





 
Tac1017Date: Sunday, 22.11.2015, 17:45 | Message # 19
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I seemed to have better luck with k3v stars, and here is Xerotas, which is around my 0.974.7 starting point: Barnard's Loop!









And to answer...

Quote DiscovererOfWorlds ()

I have another question for you: How long did it take you to find islutas?

I can't tell you an exact amount of time, but here's my answer: No less than two weeks.

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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 - Sunday, 22.11.2015, 17:54
 
nmoavinisDate: Friday, 29.01.2016, 14:57 | Message # 20
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I have also found an very earth-like planet

you can find it at RS 0-8-2097128-1602-7-6-250699-674 4
It has the biggest ESI i have ever seen in space engine
 
FireintheholeDate: Friday, 29.01.2016, 15:20 | Message # 21
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Quote nmoavinis ()
I have also found an very earth-like planet

you can find it at RS 0-8-2097128-1602-7-6-250699-674 4
It has the biggest ESI i have ever seen in space engine

That leads to a red supergiant in my SE. Are you using 0.9.7.3?





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JackDoleDate: Friday, 29.01.2016, 16:25 | Message # 22
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I have also found an very earth-like planet

I do not want to live on this planet. For me (Version 0.973), he has too much land area. In addition, the many craters indicate that he is under constant bombardment. wacko





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nmoavinisDate: Friday, 29.01.2016, 19:44 | Message # 23
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[Are you using 0.973?]

Yes i am using 0.973
And also here is another very earth like planet,enen though it's an oceania
RS 0-8-2097128-1602-7-8-12564219-237 A5
 
nmoavinisDate: Saturday, 30.01.2016, 13:08 | Message # 24
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[/quoteI have also found an very earth-like planet

you can find it at RS 0-8-2097128-1602-7-6-250699-674 4
It has the biggest ESI i have ever seen in space engine ]

Here are some pictures of the planet

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11ryancDate: Sunday, 06.03.2016, 04:55 | Message # 25
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Just came across this terra the other day. Assuming I'm the 1st to discover it, let's just call it Planet "Clampett" for now dry
Screenshots:











0.9.7.3
Filters used:

Main & parent star - Main sequence (K 3)
Objects searched - Any

Object Parameters:

Temperate Terra
Mass (forgot to input, typically filter by 0.7 - 1.5)
Temp ('C) - minus 18 - 45
Atmosphere - 0.7 - 1.5
Aurora & no tidal locks
Organic life - (not specified)





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Edited by 11ryanc - Sunday, 06.03.2016, 04:59
 
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