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A adventurer's Log
butterarmyxjrblxDate: Monday, 04.07.2016, 03:44 | Message # 1
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You know what? Let's see what you people have found. This should be amazing!




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AlienartDate: Monday, 04.07.2016, 22:20 | Message # 2
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How about a Saturn-like gas giant with really large rings, and with one of it's poles facing toward its sun, like it had been knocked sideways similar to Uranus? This gives the rings a lot of light and there is virtually no ring shadow on the planet itself. It would be a very bright object if seen from a world closer in toward its sun I think.



Location, not to sound cliched, in a galaxy far far away for sure: RE 0-5-4095-1471-28706-6-133295-129 B6

Okay, not life changing spectacular, but is this the sort of thing you mean?


Edited by Alienart - Monday, 04.07.2016, 22:21
 
butterarmyxjrblxDate: Sunday, 24.07.2016, 19:50 | Message # 3
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Quote Alienart ()
How about a Saturn-like gas giant with really large rings, and with one of it's poles facing toward its sun, like it had been knocked sideways similar to Uranus? This gives the rings a lot of light and there is virtually no ring shadow on the planet itself. It would be a very bright object if seen from a world closer in toward its sun I think.

I know i'm really late, but yes. overall just really cool or interesting bodies.





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