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RabblerouserGTDate: Thursday, 09.05.2013, 06:20 | Message # 1726
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I'm afraid I didn't get the name of this one down. I thought it was "RS 1186-12-8-9600665-0 1" but when I left and returned, the aurora was gone.







This planet seems... "tidally locked", for lack of a better term, with its sun.
The area I was screenshotting is locked in eternal sunset.. or sunrise. Can never tell if it's locked. smile



On the dark side is an aurora. Every now and then, the dark side of the planet will be lit up (dimly) by the light from a nearby





 
WatsisnameDate: Thursday, 09.05.2013, 06:32 | Message # 1727
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This planet seems... "tidally locked", for lack of a better term, with its sun.


Tidally locked or synchronously rotating are fine terms. Cool planet; looks very vegetated. smile





 
Fireinthehole-Date: Thursday, 09.05.2013, 11:30 | Message # 1728
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Love Space Engine!
 
spacerDate: Thursday, 09.05.2013, 14:41 | Message # 1729
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Edited by spacer - Thursday, 09.05.2013, 14:42
 
RabblerouserGTDate: Thursday, 09.05.2013, 18:48 | Message # 1730
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Second day stargazing and I've already come across an awesome system on my way over to Andromeda.
RS 0-6-32767-1264-392-9-3380744-6 (If I got that wrong, you can try to transscribe it from one of the screenshots. :P)

It's a binary system (which I'm told isn't actually that amazing now), but the odd thing I'm seeing is.. this binary system houses, not one, not two, but THREE planets with life. Well... 2 planets and one moon with life. :P Well... 2 oceania bodies and one temperate terra with life.





That beautiful blue.



And the oncoming sunset





Or maybe suns-set since it's a binary system. :S








Edited by RabblerouserGT - Thursday, 09.05.2013, 18:49
 
VocenaeDate: Thursday, 09.05.2013, 19:15 | Message # 1731
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Taken in 0.9.6 because 0.9.7 is waay too crashy for me to use. Just found it hilarious because of how fat the planet looks with those tiny rings.
 
PlanetExplorer12Date: Thursday, 09.05.2013, 19:31 | Message # 1732
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Some very strangely shaped auroras.






Jupiter is Awesome!
 
Fireinthehole-Date: Thursday, 09.05.2013, 21:19 | Message # 1733
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Some very strangely shaped auroras.

Do you hade the code? smile





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PlanetExplorer12Date: Thursday, 09.05.2013, 22:54 | Message # 1734
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yeah, it's Place "Planet Temperate gas giant"
{
Body "RS 8404-3584-6-390-3 4"
Parent "RS 8404-3584-6-390-3"
Pos (-5.989787035126388e-009, 3.835874108095144e-009, 7.200737692258149e-009)
Rot (0.05296432807550346, 0.3076187801994859, -0.2228253124883081, -0.9235336193851196)
Date "2604.05.17 16:42:54.24"
Vel 1.0121368e-009
Mode 1
}

it has an Oceania moon with life





Jupiter is Awesome!

Edited by PlanetExplorer12 - Thursday, 09.05.2013, 22:55
 
Red_RiverDate: Friday, 10.05.2013, 01:27 | Message # 1735
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FrostbreathDate: Friday, 10.05.2013, 10:32 | Message # 1736
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I thought I'd share these with the world:




ALso, @Fireinthehole: dat sky on the second pic. O_O





Amateur astronomer. Owner of a Celestron C8 telescope and, of course, Space Engine. Translator for Dutch.
 
spacerDate: Friday, 10.05.2013, 11:47 | Message # 1737
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TimDate: Friday, 10.05.2013, 13:07 | Message # 1738
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To giant twin gas giants. (147365 km diameter and a gas giant moon with a 154174 km diameter.)



A desert.



The red fjords.

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TimDate: Friday, 10.05.2013, 13:24 | Message # 1739
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I find this one awesome.
A red dwarf sun is setting on an oceania with a blue atmosphere, which makes its color purple. This Moon is just at the right angle to see a bright purple star hide behind a colossal oceania.


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ScarfacetfsDate: Friday, 10.05.2013, 16:36 | Message # 1740
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