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Billy_MayesDate: Wednesday, 06.11.2013, 18:50 | Message # 2521
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Found this really cold ice world at 20 kelvins!





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HarbingerDawnDate: Wednesday, 06.11.2013, 19:09 | Message # 2522
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Quote Billy_Mayes ()
Found this really cold ice world at 20 kelvins!

There are many of those.





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DeathStarDate: Wednesday, 06.11.2013, 19:15 | Message # 2523
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Yeah, I think too that ice worlds are quite cool, and with the 0.9.7.1 feature that lets life be in the sub-terran ocean they will be even cooler.

Also, 20K is the minimum temperature in SE, am I wrong? Because many times I have run into planets orbiting solitary black holes that have 20K. I know it used to be possible to have even lower temperatures some time ago.
 
JCandeiasDate: Wednesday, 06.11.2013, 20:34 | Message # 2524
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As I adapt to SE my old Celestia systems, I start, of course, by the stars. But after adding them I stop before adding any planets and run the program to see what kind of procedural stuff it fills my stars with. Yesterday, I got this:



Yeah, it's a double gas giant. Around a double star. In eclipse. Double. biggrin

Sometimes it's a shame to replace all this crazyness by my own old crazyness... smile

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chromatic9Date: Thursday, 07.11.2013, 01:52 | Message # 2525
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Antza2Date: Thursday, 07.11.2013, 21:39 | Message # 2526
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I didn't know that Disney bough SE.

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Go to antza2.deviantart.com for cool photos!
 
Spacer3Date: Friday, 08.11.2013, 07:17 | Message # 2527
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LiveLife42Date: Sunday, 10.11.2013, 03:03 | Message # 2528
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RockoRocksDate: Sunday, 10.11.2013, 16:35 | Message # 2529
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Today I found a truly awe-inspring system. This system is located above the galactic plane, it is a triple star system with an orange dwarf and two brown dwarves. One of these brown dwarves has 2 planets, both of them are terras with life. The first one is cool, but the second one is even more cooler. This planet is set so that it is lit by two stars, the orange and the brown dwarf. The side lit by the brown dwarf is dark, and orange like, while the one lit by the orange dwarf is white like on Earth, basically dividing the planet into 2 seperate worlds.
The vegetation, sky and environments on this planet feel comfortable and earth-like.
The planet has extremely tilted rings.
It looks like this:

For comparison, both screenshots are taken on the same planet:

meanwhile, on the other side of the planet:

tilted ring

the other planet in the system

I'm not posting any locations yet, because i - might - use it for LiveLife42's new challenge





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HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 10.11.2013, 17:07 | Message # 2530
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Quote RockoRocks ()
I'm not posting any locations yet, because i - might - use it for LiveLife42's new challenge

What does that have anything to do with it? You can still post the location, and no one else will be allowed to use anything from that system.





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JCandeiasDate: Sunday, 10.11.2013, 18:47 | Message # 2531
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This is probably the trippier SE image you've ever seen:



No, the program is not on acid.

The explanation is much less interesting: in order to try to understand what is the relationship between colouring and relief in asteroids, or asteroidal moons like this one, I decided to paint one of my system's moons in these pure (if dark) colours. Got this trippy image and the information that there is no relation whatsoever: asteroids' colour variations are simple noise. smile

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neutronium76Date: Sunday, 10.11.2013, 19:35 | Message # 2532
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Spacer3, your 1st image is 5 star! IS this a custom system you made or is it procedural?







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JCandeiasDate: Sunday, 10.11.2013, 20:02 | Message # 2533
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Also straight from the Department of Weirdness, this is a crater or what?



It was spotted in one of those provisional systems I get between adding stars and adding their respective planets, and it's the humongoustest (and if this isn't a word, it should be) crater I've yet seen in SE, albeit pretty unrealistic-looking. A crater of this size in the real world would possibly be multiple-rimmed (there are a few of those on the Moon and, I think, on Mars), but would have a central peak and would never be this smooth.

That, by the way, the lack of central peaks in large craters, is one of the two major flaws in SE's craters, which otherwise are very good indeed. The other is how often the kind of terrain you have outside the crater flows inside the crater as if it wasn't there.

And now, to get out of the Weird Zone, a pretty picture, my latest desktop image:


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Billy_MayesDate: Sunday, 10.11.2013, 22:04 | Message # 2534
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Sorry for so few pictures, I've been focusing on my upcoming video.

Here's a sneak peek.






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Spacer3Date: Sunday, 10.11.2013, 22:59 | Message # 2535
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Quote neutronium76 ()
Spacer3, your 1st image is 5 star! IS this a custom system you made or is it procedural?


Hi there, glad you like the image...it is procedural, I don't really know how to make any custom stuff and there is so much to see in the original program that so far I've just been sticking with that. I'm not sure if I saved this location or not, but if I did and you are interested I can post it here.
 
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