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PlanetExplorer12Date: Sunday, 05.05.2013, 18:04 | Message # 1681
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Auroras!






Jupiter is Awesome!
 
DoctorOfSpaceDate: Sunday, 05.05.2013, 18:29 | Message # 1682
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Auroras!


its so bright





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Crashman1390Date: Sunday, 05.05.2013, 19:07 | Message # 1683
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its so bright


Mmmmm, Arc candy!





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DoctorOfSpaceDate: Sunday, 05.05.2013, 19:17 | Message # 1684
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These rings would be so unstable


Also found a tatooine double





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PlanetExplorer12Date: Sunday, 05.05.2013, 19:43 | Message # 1685
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Hot Neptunes!





Jupiter is Awesome!
 
RetsofDate: Monday, 06.05.2013, 02:17 | Message # 1686
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Though it may not look it, this planet is a rare jewl. Not only does it have native life, it is also one of the even rarer worlds to be within human tolerances, with an atmospheric pressure of 1.17, and a gravity of 0.9.


Though tidally locked to its red-dwarf sun, it still has seasons of a sort, due to the more distant orange-dwarf star.
It also seems that there must have been a very near-miss in this planet's past, due to it's faint rings and three nearby moons. One of which is an asteroid, some kind of cosmic collision?




If you are brave enough to travel to the frozen wasteland of the night side, you can get a view of the Orion nebula, or perhaps a nearby comet.



The gas giant next closer the the sun also has a life-bearing world, though far less hospitibal. With it's red seas, a tenuous atmosphere one-tenth of Earth's, and gravity less than half of Earth-standard.


Edited by Retsof - Monday, 06.05.2013, 02:20
 
smjjamesDate: Monday, 06.05.2013, 02:40 | Message # 1687
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Awesome. Here's one. I would get more if there wasn't a suspected memory leak or some other memory problem that makes it slow down and get annoying necause it didn't lag in 0.96 like it is now in 0.97

Ice world with funky colors.

Attachments: 4082273.jpg(183Kb)





 
Freak2121Date: Monday, 06.05.2013, 03:19 | Message # 1688
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I hand-stitched this 49-image panorama. The automatic stitchers like Hugin couldn't do it.

It's quite large.
Edit: Put in spoilers as requested. It's a 3MB image that's 12688x4726.
View at your own risk.





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Edited by Freak2121 - Tuesday, 07.05.2013, 04:44
 
anonymousgamerDate: Monday, 06.05.2013, 03:25 | Message # 1689
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It's quite large.


I noticed when Chrome stopped responding for a minute.





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chromatic9Date: Monday, 06.05.2013, 03:26 | Message # 1690
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HarbingerDawnDate: Monday, 06.05.2013, 03:27 | Message # 1691
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Freak2121, please don't embed such huge images in a post. Embed low-res versions with a link to the full version.

Nice panorama though.





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Edited by HarbingerDawn - Monday, 06.05.2013, 03:28
 
SolarisDate: Monday, 06.05.2013, 03:45 | Message # 1692
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chromatic9, those are crazy cool images cool
 
Red_RiverDate: Monday, 06.05.2013, 03:52 | Message # 1693
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I hand-stitched this 49-image panorama. The automatic stitchers like Hugin couldn't do it.

It's quite large.


can you put inside a spoiler box like below instead?


Attachments: 4607812.jpg(330Kb)







Edited by Red_River - Monday, 06.05.2013, 03:52
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Monday, 06.05.2013, 03:59 | Message # 1694
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can you put inside a spoiler box like below instad?

The spoiler box has nothing to do with it since the forum scales images to fit when using any decent browser. It's just that it's really hard to load something with those pixel dimensions, and it's a huge slowdown when using a low bandwidth connection.





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smjjamesDate: Monday, 06.05.2013, 04:35 | Message # 1695
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Aggg, dammit, images.... too... awesome, lol XD

Really though, I wish the performance on my computer was a bit better because it starts lagging after a while for some reason or other.





 
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