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VoekoevakaDate: Tuesday, 03.09.2013, 20:07 | Message # 2311
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This is maybe a planetary nebula : a nebula created by the external layers of a dying red giant.




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HarbingerDawnDate: Tuesday, 03.09.2013, 20:07 | Message # 2312
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A small sphere nebula with nothing but a binary starsystem. What could be causing this?

Just click on the nebula and it will tell you; it's either a planetary nebula or a supernova remnant (looks like the latter).





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VoekoevakaDate: Tuesday, 03.09.2013, 20:45 | Message # 2313
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Some pics :





I made some other screenshots, but there was a bug, and my last screenshots were like the my third here (but I took these on Earth), with no colour and strange artifacts...

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DoctorOfSpaceDate: Tuesday, 03.09.2013, 20:56 | Message # 2314
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Did some modification to the ship warp shader to make it more like a warp bubble, now the space is distorted around the edge, compressed in front, and expanded behind from all angles.







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WatsisnameDate: Tuesday, 03.09.2013, 21:06 | Message # 2315
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That looks positively awesome. cool




 
NayroDate: Wednesday, 04.09.2013, 03:29 | Message # 2316
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This is maybe a planetary nebula : a nebula created by the external layers of a dying red giant.

I see. Thanks for clarifying smile

Found a rather interesting pair. I don't know if this is uncommon, but it seems very unlikely. A temperate terra with life, accompanied by a slightly smaller moon that has life as well. I guess you could call them binary planets.
The rotation period of the planet is exactly the same as the moons orbital AND rotation period. Seen from the surface, the opposite planet/moon barely moves and it doesn't rotate at all. Space elevator, anyone?
A lovely galaxy covering the night sky too




A part of the planet is having an eclipse everyday. Gotta be annoying to live there.




Edited by Nayro - Wednesday, 04.09.2013, 03:39
 
Billy_MayesDate: Thursday, 05.09.2013, 21:39 | Message # 2317
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LiveLife42Date: Saturday, 07.09.2013, 17:57 | Message # 2318
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Really wish I put this into the challenge for best binary planets.








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Joey_PenguinDate: Saturday, 07.09.2013, 18:09 | Message # 2319
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This desert binary I found in the Triangulum Galaxy's halo is very tight.


Just imagine the surface view. If you can't, here you go:

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Edited by Joey_Penguin - Saturday, 07.09.2013, 18:19
 
WatsisnameDate: Saturday, 07.09.2013, 19:53 | Message # 2320
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Really wish I put this into the challenge for best binary planets.


Oh wow, that's a really nice place.





 
expandoDate: Sunday, 08.09.2013, 03:22 | Message # 2321
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Thanks DoctorOfSpace, I do like your warp drive.




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VocenaeDate: Sunday, 08.09.2013, 07:25 | Message # 2322
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Just toodling about in space, happened across a temperate terra with life that looks like it shouldn't harbor any life at all. Tidally locked to the star and is covered with huge mountains and cast plains of a very dark material with very little unfrozen water. The opposite side of the planet is, as is normal with tidally locked planets, completely covered in ice for all eternity.



From the top of some of the mountains. Some of these (and especially some of the others) have got to be competing with or dominating Everest in terms of height.



And then I decided to venture to the very edge of the terminator where the ice is. Some of the mountains there are just incredible. There's on that I think pierced through the atmosphere but Space Engine crashed and I was unable to find it again when I loaded back up.Here's a look at what I've been calling the 'Twlight Highlands'.



Edited by Vocenae - Sunday, 08.09.2013, 07:26
 
Fireinthehole-Date: Sunday, 08.09.2013, 12:34 | Message # 2323
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Billy_MayesDate: Sunday, 08.09.2013, 18:11 | Message # 2324
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I found this nice place, it's a normal terra with life.


Except for one thing. The system has tow evaporating planets, other being dim, but the other being super bright!


It can be seen even in full daylight.









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Joey_PenguinDate: Sunday, 08.09.2013, 19:10 | Message # 2325
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Care to explain those last two pics cool ?




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