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devlkiller0Date: Thursday, 22.12.2011, 05:00 | Message # 1
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Found this in the Andromeda (is that how you spell it?) Galaxy. As you can see half of it is Blue and the other half Red. This is because it is inbetween a blue main sequence star and a brown dwarf in binary orbit.
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Place    "RS 1186-2692-0-0-2 B1"
{
  Body    "RS 1186-2692-0-0-2 B1"
  Parent    ""
  Pos  (-1.755601085606468e-011, 1.333510354372719e-010, 5.335443926782071e-012)
  Rot  (0.6509739973850595, -0.5943691183638032, 0.3047917607149625, 0.3606385842699378)
  Date    "2198.09.07 21:30:37.51"
  Vel  2.8344529e-012
  Mode    1
}


Edited by devlkiller0 - Thursday, 22.12.2011, 18:56
 
mustafa2812Date: Thursday, 22.12.2011, 07:23 | Message # 2
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I love brown dwarfs because of this fact!




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HarbingerDawnDate: Thursday, 22.12.2011, 13:24 | Message # 3
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Great shot devlkiller0! Wow
If you ever want to share the location of a planet/star/etc that you find, go to your locations menu [F6] and add a new entry. Then go to your config folder in the SpaceEngine directory and open "places.cfg" and copy the location (should be the last entry) into a forum post using the "code" button.





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SpaceEngineerDate: Thursday, 22.12.2011, 13:39 | Message # 4
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Maybe add a copy/paste feature in the next version? So you might click a button "Copy to clipboard" on F6 menu, and paste code to the forum. Then other players might copy the code from the forum, open F6 menu and press "Paste from clipboard".

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mustafa2812Date: Thursday, 22.12.2011, 17:48 | Message # 5
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Yes! That would be awesome! Very streamlined!




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RobbieDate: Friday, 23.12.2011, 10:17 | Message # 6
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Maybe add a copy/paste feature in the next version? So you might click a button "Copy to clipboard" on F6 menu, and paste code to the forum. Then other players might copy the code from the forum, open F6 menu and press "Paste from clipboard".


I had requested this before, it's in a post somewhere on this forum. This is something I've wanted for awhile now. So it can be done then!? Definitively would like to see this in next release. smile





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SpaceEngineerDate: Tuesday, 27.12.2011, 10:39 | Message # 7
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Cool colors...



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Place    "PI2 Ori A4.1"
{
  Body    "PI2 Ori A4.1"
  Parent    ""
  Pos  (-1.829428793241432e-011, 6.701196260221198e-011, -1.734118984476549e-011)
  Rot  (-0.354120289972018, -0.06107910182693713, 0.8974955390464044, -0.2556754210751444)
  Date    "2017.11.11 18:54:15.31"
  Vel  2.9421738e-015
  Mode    2
}

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DuhyaDate: Friday, 06.01.2012, 06:20 | Message # 8
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Here is a picture of a planet with a blue star and red star on either side of it. With two galaxies colliding in the background, and a globular cluster also in the background.



Here's an album with more cool pictures.

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Attachments: 4927307.jpg(149Kb)


Edited by Duhya - Friday, 06.01.2012, 06:23
 
RobbieDate: Friday, 06.01.2012, 10:02 | Message # 9
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Welcome to SpaceEngine Duhya,

As you are new here, can you please read this post here for newcomers. The first 3 paragraphs apply: large images must be contained in a spoiler button.

A very nice picture, btw.

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curiousepicDate: Sunday, 08.01.2012, 18:12 | Message # 10
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Has anyone found an oceania with less than 90% cloud cover? Is it possible?




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Edited by curiousepic - Sunday, 08.01.2012, 18:12
 
TalismanDate: Sunday, 08.01.2012, 19:14 | Message # 11
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Has anyone found an oceania with less than 90% cloud cover? Is it possible?


I don't think so, I think someone posted a question about that and SpaceEngineer said it might be a bug.





 
DevonXDate: Sunday, 08.01.2012, 22:53 | Message # 12
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I don't think so, I think someone posted a question about that and SpaceEngineer said it might be a bug.
Seems like a bug yes http://en.spaceengine.org/forum/4-398-1
 
EnDSchultzDate: Monday, 09.01.2012, 07:18 | Message # 13
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Found this in the Andromeda (is that how you spell it?) Galaxy. As you can see half of it is Blue and the other half Red. This is because it is inbetween a blue main sequence star and a brown dwarf in binary orbit.




Found said brown dwarf using the coordinates. This is a picture I took of it and the surrounding asteroid belt. Just thought it looked pretty.


Edited by EnDSchultz - Monday, 09.01.2012, 07:21
 
StarPlanetMoon13Date: Wednesday, 23.03.2016, 00:17 | Message # 14
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I have found a system.

Name: RSC 8409-5656-0-0-0
Class:X
Stars: 14
Plants:0
Life:0

The 14 stars orbit each other or around the black hole. They are similar, some are blue,orange,yellow and even small ones.
 
Wicker1MDate: Wednesday, 23.03.2016, 19:22 | Message # 15
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Quote StarPlanetMoon13 ()
I have found a system.

Name: RSC 8409-5656-0-0-0
Class:X
Stars: 14
Plants:0
Life:0

The 14 stars orbit each other or around the black hole. They are similar, some are blue,orange,yellow and even small ones.


This is common in Space Engine, especially with super massive black holes in the center of galaxies and globular clusters. The more massive black holes tend to develop multi-star systems orbiting the central black hole.

Super massive black holes tend to be found in places that are crowded with stars. Since the black holes are so big, they tend to have lots of stars orbiting them.


Edited by Wicker1M - Wednesday, 23.03.2016, 19:25
 
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