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Challenge who can find the hottest object
deejayaechDate: Saturday, 25.06.2016, 15:27 | Message # 1
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Hello this is a challenge who can find the hottest object
rules
1. it must be in 0.9.7.3 or 0.9.7.4
2. it must be in a fake galaxy. RG-0-...
3. if you hold the record for 5 days your object will be named
4 if someone else won we will just restart up to 10 times
5 if you hold the record for 2 weeks you will get +2 rep
happy hunting


Edited by deejayaech - Saturday, 25.06.2016, 15:37
 
spacerDate: Saturday, 25.06.2016, 15:29 | Message # 2
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Quote deejayaech ()
3. it must be in a fake galaxy.

but why? there is procedurally objects in all galaxies





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-space engine photographer
 
deejayaechDate: Saturday, 25.06.2016, 15:33 | Message # 3
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Sorry I will edit the post now
 
ŞtefanDate: Wednesday, 13.07.2016, 07:04 | Message # 4
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Well, I'll start the challange.
I found this hot neutron star in the galaxy RG 0-0-0-0 (in Space Engine version 0.974 RC3).
It has about 300000 degrees celsius, and no planets.

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arbelrocksDate: Friday, 09.09.2016, 22:24 | Message # 5
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This challenge won't work, because all neutron stars have the same temperature (2.9973 * 10^5 C).
 
IololikeDate: Tuesday, 29.11.2016, 09:18 | Message # 6
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well , I will try
 
parameciumkidDate: Tuesday, 29.11.2016, 20:43 | Message # 7
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What arbelrocks said. I seem to recall occasionally finding neutron stars at 200000K, but they seem to be capped at exactly 300000K so the "record" is tied amongst many millions of objects ;P




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