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Fireinthehole-Date: Friday, 03.05.2013, 16:45 | Message # 1636
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That is Mars

Hmm, Mars doesn't have a magnetic field and hence no aurora, right? At least my Mars doesnt show auroa. tongue





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PlanetExplorer12Date: Friday, 03.05.2013, 17:04 | Message # 1637
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Hmm, Mars doesn't have a magnetic field and hence no aurora, right?

Look up "can mars have auroras" on Google.





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MarcusDate: Friday, 03.05.2013, 18:50 | Message # 1638
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My current desktop BG:


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Edited by Marcus - Friday, 03.05.2013, 18:51
 
PlanetExplorer12Date: Friday, 03.05.2013, 19:05 | Message # 1639
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Mountain range and aurora on a terra with life orbiting a gas giant.





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evantheoliveDate: Friday, 03.05.2013, 19:17 | Message # 1640
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Okay I just found this AWESOME system... The planets are cool but it's the stars that are really interesting.



The star is INSIDE the other star! shok



The first planet in the system, a nice dry mars-like planet



cool



I don't think stars can be this oblate... Can they?

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HarbingerDawnDate: Friday, 03.05.2013, 19:30 | Message # 1641
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Can they?

Yes





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Fireinthehole-Date: Friday, 03.05.2013, 20:17 | Message # 1642
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Nice looking rings of this planet:


Center of M110:


Andromeda Galaxy (M31):


Code is: RS 5307-1-8-14380330-33 5 for those who would like to visit it. smile





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Edited by Fireinthehole - Friday, 03.05.2013, 20:56
 
evantheoliveDate: Friday, 03.05.2013, 21:07 | Message # 1643
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Just a few more images that I can't use anywhere else







(Also I have no idea what the cords for these places are... Sorry!)

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neutronium76Date: Friday, 03.05.2013, 21:27 | Message # 1644
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Lord Vader we are now emerging from the dark side of the moon. Earth will be in range in a few moments:


Not so soon Mr Vader:





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VoekoevakaDate: Friday, 03.05.2013, 22:52 | Message # 1645
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The star is INSIDE the other star!

Maybe that's just a bug. But scientists think the dense nucleus of a star can survive inside the upper layers of a red giant (they're not dense). So the big star could have just swallowed the small one.





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WatsisnameDate: Friday, 03.05.2013, 23:42 | Message # 1646
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We don't just think this, but we have good observational evidence for them existing in nature. smile

There are stars that stably orbit within a shared envelope (see "overcontact binaries", such as W Ursae Majoris), and also systems that undergo a period of evolution called the "common envelope" phase, which is very dynamic and short-lived.





 
smjjamesDate: Friday, 03.05.2013, 23:51 | Message # 1647
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A gas giant with almost rainbow colored rings.


View from the callistian (callistoan?) moon of the same gas giant.

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DoctorOfSpaceDate: Friday, 03.05.2013, 23:58 | Message # 1648
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Was messing around with stuff and this happened





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WatsisnameDate: Saturday, 04.05.2013, 00:10 | Message # 1649
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Digging that sexy black aurora. tongue




 
PlanetExplorer12Date: Saturday, 04.05.2013, 01:02 | Message # 1650
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Those rings look awesome!




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