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Fireinthehole-Date: Sunday, 29.09.2013, 23:52 | Message # 2386
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Joey_PenguinDate: Monday, 30.09.2013, 03:06 | Message # 2387
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Nice!




Careful. The PLATT Collective has spurs.

Edited by Joey_Penguin - Monday, 30.09.2013, 03:06
 
WatsisnameDate: Monday, 30.09.2013, 04:13 | Message # 2388
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Man, you should have posted one of those in Harbinger's Nebula Challenge. Nice ones. smile




 
Fireinthehole-Date: Monday, 30.09.2013, 09:54 | Message # 2389
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Man, you should have posted one of those in Harbinger's Nebula Challenge. Nice ones.

I think I was in the wrong galaxy though sad





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InariusDate: Monday, 30.09.2013, 21:26 | Message # 2390
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Here are a part of my screenshots !

A twin sunset with a thick atmosphere. Very colored.



I like the half-ice cap with living earths.



Also Sprach Zarathustra smile



Twin earths.



I like this one.



the surface seems like windy. Also a gas giant with some satellites orbiting.



A big titan. The view there is quite astonishing !



Edited by Inarius - Monday, 30.09.2013, 21:27
 
VocenaeDate: Wednesday, 02.10.2013, 03:34 | Message # 2391
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Random beauty shots from a spur of the moment trip around a random galaxy.





 
Billy_MayesDate: Thursday, 03.10.2013, 16:26 | Message # 2392
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Cyclone on a brown dwarf:





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Spacer3Date: Friday, 04.10.2013, 03:41 | Message # 2393
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My first post here, what a cool program. Here are some of the places I've found:





And my favorite planet so far, a blue terra with life, temperatures range between 78-80F with very little atmosphere.




Edited by Spacer3 - Friday, 04.10.2013, 04:20
 
MikaaDate: Friday, 04.10.2013, 18:39 | Message # 2394
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Here are some cool places I've been :















 
chromatic9Date: Monday, 07.10.2013, 19:10 | Message # 2395
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Edited by chromatic9 - Monday, 07.10.2013, 19:11
 
JCandeiasDate: Monday, 07.10.2013, 19:51 | Message # 2396
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These two were meant for the current star surfaces challenge, but Sir Crashalot decided to go off on new adventures before I had the chance to register its positions. Oh well...




Attachments: 3051298.jpg(161Kb) · 3221275.jpg(234Kb)





They let me use this!


Edited by JCandeias - Monday, 07.10.2013, 19:53
 
RockoRocksDate: Monday, 07.10.2013, 21:03 | Message # 2397
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Something interested I noticed in Space Engine. When one goes to the distance of about 5,5 GPc from Earth, there are virtually no more galaxies. At the approximate distance of 5,65 GPc you can notice there's a "wall" of galaxies, marking the end of the Space Engine "universe". (galaxy magnitude limit increased to 20.00, the maximum). From that point, all there is is an endless, eerie void...

Another thing I found is how there is a clear higher star density on the region around our Solar System, as if it is some giant globular cluster. (screenshot with Star magnitude limit 17.08)





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Edited by RockoRocks - Monday, 07.10.2013, 21:04
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Monday, 07.10.2013, 21:49 | Message # 2398
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Great images as always chromatic9

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there is a clear higher star density on the region around our Solar System

This is because the procedural generation produces a result that does not blend well with the catalog of nearby stars. It is not "high density", it is just that there are stars of different and generally higher luminosity there. If you turn off stars you'll also see interesting patterns in the star clusters, again because of the differences.

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Something interested I noticed in Space Engine. When one goes to the distance of about 5,5 GPc from Earth, there are virtually no more galaxies.

Actually the distance varies from 5 to 8.66 Gpc. The galaxies in SE are generated in a cube 10 Gpc on a side, centered on Sol.





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mordin86Date: Tuesday, 08.10.2013, 14:16 | Message # 2399
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RockoRocksDate: Tuesday, 08.10.2013, 17:05 | Message # 2400
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Actually the distance varies from 5 to 8.66 Gpc. The galaxies in SE are generated in a cube 10 Gpc on a side, centered on Sol.

I can't really find any galaxy beyond 10 Gpc... do you know any?





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