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peeprDate: Tuesday, 17.09.2013, 14:31 | Message # 2341
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Location RS 0-7-1160923-140-230-8-1691297-0 A4.3 thanks Billy_Mayes wink
Photorealistics detail cool




Place "loc"
{
Body "RS 0-7-1160923-140-230-8-1691297-0 A4.3"
Parent "RS 0-7-1160923-140-230-8-1691297-0 A4"
Pos (-8.957846861197896e-011, 1.071841895837825e-010, 9.827698550790576e-013)
Rot (-0.844390830506866, 0.1784442371526476, -0.3956263956692204, -0.3140724990073411)
Date "2013.08.15 18:58:52.68"
Vel 3.2407764e-015
Mode 2
}

and very cool relief


Plants ? wink on the planet RSC 0-7-1160923-140-6070-2-53-11 A4

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Edited by peepr - Tuesday, 17.09.2013, 16:08
 
BoofDate: Tuesday, 17.09.2013, 16:10 | Message # 2342
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Just found a weird Brown Dwarf orbiting an Orange Dwarf in the Milky Way. Looks more like a warm gas giant.





 
HarbingerDawnDate: Tuesday, 17.09.2013, 21:37 | Message # 2343
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3200x1800px, click for full res






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Billy_MayesDate: Wednesday, 18.09.2013, 16:49 | Message # 2344
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OrdinekaoticoDate: Friday, 20.09.2013, 03:49 | Message # 2345
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I found a Carbon Star biggrin
 
UnnamedDate: Saturday, 21.09.2013, 01:26 | Message # 2346
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Blue Sky


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Eudae55Date: Saturday, 21.09.2013, 07:45 | Message # 2347
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Place "Amazing View"
{
Body "RS 1190-63-9-99918371-92 4"
Parent "RS 1190-63-9-99918371-92"
Pos (-6.326421125250198e-011, 6.991083927043729e-011, -1.863140268150779e-011)
Rot (-0.6512809934936328, 0.3455135567572558, -0.6250830454575952, -0.2563681647403895)
Date "2013.08.07 01:20:46.06"
Vel 1.8062682e-012
Mode 1
}

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Edited by Eudae55 - Saturday, 21.09.2013, 07:46
 
WatsisnameDate: Saturday, 21.09.2013, 07:55 | Message # 2348
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That's a pretty spectacular post to have signed up for! Welcome to the boards. cool




 
RockoRocksDate: Saturday, 21.09.2013, 08:40 | Message # 2349
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More experementing with free 3D models:


By the way, the planet is a Cool Terra with life and is RS 8404-2267-8-5210152-32 A8
The following 2 screenshots are taken at the Space Engine starting location RS 8404-1796-9-1283-105 B4






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Billy_MayesDate: Saturday, 21.09.2013, 12:11 | Message # 2350
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HarbingerDawnDate: Saturday, 21.09.2013, 13:04 | Message # 2351
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Nice shots Billy_Mayes




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Billy_MayesDate: Saturday, 21.09.2013, 22:55 | Message # 2352
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Neutron star taking a bite off it's companion.











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apenpaapDate: Saturday, 21.09.2013, 23:14 | Message # 2353
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Sunset on Mars:









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WatsisnameDate: Saturday, 21.09.2013, 23:26 | Message # 2354
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Quote (Billy_Mayes)
Neutron star taking a bite off it's companion.


Looks more like the companion is swallowing the neutron star.
Mmm, tasty nutritious neutrons. happy





 
DeathStarDate: Sunday, 22.09.2013, 11:10 | Message # 2355
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Today I have discovered one of the most peculiar things ever since I got my hands on space engine for the first time.

So, I was just exploring planetary nebulas, looking to get a worthwhile screenshot or two, when I discovered this: there was a brown dwarf in a binary orbit with the white dwarf, and around it, orbiting was a temperate terra with life!

Now, I know this isnt impossible, but it certainly is very rare.

Some picks:


View of the brown dwarf from the planets pole.

I searched high and low for any type of vegetation on the planet, but the surface is a completely barren desert. This is probably because of the quite high atmospheric pressure which is 4 times that of earth. This big atmosphere is actually what makes this planet habitable, since the planet would be way too cold for any type of life or liquid water without the
76 kelvin greenhouse effect. However, since the core seems to be active (there was an aurora on the pole) and there are no signs of life on the surface, I think it is safe to assume there could only be life at underwater geysers.

Location:


Edited by DeathStar - Sunday, 22.09.2013, 11:11
 
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