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TimDate: Sunday, 28.04.2013, 18:56 | Message # 1561
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Makes me wonder, would they actually look like that? Or would they fade away slowly.
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 28.04.2013, 19:04 | Message # 1562
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would they actually look like that?

Yes, unless the planet is close to its sun. But if it's far away the edge will be sharp. It all depends on the apparent size of the sun in the sky.





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midtskogenDate: Sunday, 28.04.2013, 20:02 | Message # 1563
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If the planet has an atmosphere, the edge will be softened slightly more that the apparent size of the sun would have it to (and the different parts of the spectrum would be softened differently), unless the planet is close to its sun. It would hardly be visible in a wide angle shot, though.




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PlanetExplorer12Date: Sunday, 28.04.2013, 23:01 | Message # 1564
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Those are epic PlanetExplorer12! Can you show the RS coordinates?

1st picture:RS 10474-12094-3-72-37 8.1
2nd picture:RS 4084-326-7-1567255-0 3
3rd picture: You can do this with any black hole in the center of a galaxy.





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chromatic9Date: Monday, 29.04.2013, 01:26 | Message # 1565
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HarbingerDawnDate: Monday, 29.04.2013, 01:36 | Message # 1566
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Awesome images chromatic9




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chromatic9Date: Monday, 29.04.2013, 01:49 | Message # 1567
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Thanks HarbingerDawn.

Some really nice pics on the last few pages, also never knew SE had colliding galaxies. Thanks for the coords.





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SolarisDate: Monday, 29.04.2013, 02:26 | Message # 1568
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Yes, Great images chromatic9 cool
Easy Way to find close and colliding galaxies
 
kairunotabiDate: Monday, 29.04.2013, 03:01 | Message # 1569
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...Beautiful!

Chromatic, mind to share you settings and config files? Also the coords for each locations







Edited by kairunotabi - Monday, 29.04.2013, 03:04
 
chromatic9Date: Monday, 29.04.2013, 03:41 | Message # 1570
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Thanks guys

RS 5434-28-8-10030535-471 A4 is for the green earthy mounds location

I don't recall all of them, I'd need to go through many locations I saved as it was a few weeks ago,

RS 5434-28-7-1253811-189 B1 is for the orangey desert in the first pic, these two are more recent.

Some quick shots of PlanetExporer12's colliding galaxy












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Edited by chromatic9 - Monday, 29.04.2013, 04:31
 
Fireinthehole-Date: Monday, 29.04.2013, 08:51 | Message # 1571
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A double planet system, both with life!

And from the moon:


Located in the Whirlpool Galaxy (M51). They have double tidal lock, so from each one, the other one seems to be stationary in the sky.





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Edited by Fireinthehole - Monday, 29.04.2013, 08:53
 
PlanetExplorer12Date: Monday, 29.04.2013, 17:37 | Message # 1572
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You can find colliding galaxies or close galaxies by pressing F3, typing in NGC, and going down the long list until you find one that ends with -1 and another with -2.
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A double planet system, both with life!

Do you have the RS code?





Jupiter is Awesome!

Edited by PlanetExplorer12 - Monday, 29.04.2013, 17:40
 
Billy_MayesDate: Monday, 29.04.2013, 17:41 | Message # 1573
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Great images Fireinthehole! Do you have the RS code?



Funny colored oceans on this planet.



These following images are all from the same planet: RS 0-5-7406-61-13588-8-157539-25 4. It has variety, rings, four moons and a big axial tilt.

I think it's really beautiful, and would like someone to go to the surface to take some pics, since I can't.












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Edited by Billy_Mayes - Monday, 29.04.2013, 17:44
 
Fireinthehole-Date: Monday, 29.04.2013, 18:24 | Message # 1574
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I'm glad you like it! biggrin

RS 5628-226-5-10500-114 4.1 (leads to the moon).





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neutronium76Date: Monday, 29.04.2013, 21:25 | Message # 1575
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Just testing if I can embed image from skydrive...



It appears I can smile . That is good because image hosting services resize and compress the original image.





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Edited by neutronium76 - Monday, 29.04.2013, 21:29
 
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