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DeathStarDate: Friday, 27.12.2013, 16:30 | Message # 2686
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mordin86, how did you get into orbit around the Moon? Every time I get into orbit around any moon, it just changes very strangely until I get ejected from the moons SOI.
 
mordin86Date: Friday, 27.12.2013, 16:41 | Message # 2687
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Quote DeathStar ()
mordin86, how did you get into orbit around the Moon? Every time I get into orbit around any moon, it just changes very strangely until I get ejected from the moons SOI.


I think in many cases the parent body have a strong gravity and its pulling your ship from the moons orbit. It happend to me too when orbiting very small moons. But I have not had this problem with our Moon.


Edited by mordin86 - Friday, 27.12.2013, 16:42
 
JCandeiasDate: Friday, 27.12.2013, 19:21 | Message # 2688
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Epic buggy planet !


Talk about alien landascapes!... biggrin





They let me use this!
 
JCandeiasDate: Friday, 27.12.2013, 19:24 | Message # 2689
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Yeah, I changed my desktop background. First 9.7.1 background:


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They let me use this!
 
SalvoDate: Friday, 27.12.2013, 19:34 | Message # 2690
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Voekoevaka, it's an Easter Egg, Christmas trees in SE, finally biggrin




The universe is not required to be in perfect harmony with human ambition.

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(still don't know why everyone is doing this...)


Edited by Salvo - Friday, 27.12.2013, 19:34
 
DeathStarDate: Friday, 27.12.2013, 19:51 | Message # 2691
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Quote mordin86 ()
I think in many cases the parent body have a strong gravity and its pulling your ship from the moons orbit. It happend to me too when orbiting very small moons. But I have not had this problem with our Moon.


Yeah, that may be the problem. Most of the moons I tried were decent sized moons around gas giants. I am going to try an orbit a major moon around a small planet to see if there is any difference.
 
peeprDate: Friday, 27.12.2013, 20:24 | Message # 2692
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I Love lakes smile




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Laptop: i7-3630QM 3.4 GHz, 16GB RAM, GTX 660M 2GB DDR5. Settings: PlanetDetail : Craters 0.01 Terra 0.001 Clouds 0.01 GasGiant 0.1 PlanetCloudsTerra 4


Edited by peepr - Friday, 27.12.2013, 21:23
 
ZatSoloDate: Friday, 27.12.2013, 23:43 | Message # 2693
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My first shot using 0.9.7.1

No words ...... AMAZING!

Coords: RS 8409-1357-6-112472-83 A5.8


Approaching to the A5 atmosphere



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Edited by ZatSolo - Saturday, 28.12.2013, 00:53
 
Joey_PenguinDate: Saturday, 28.12.2013, 00:00 | Message # 2694
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I am absolutely loving the new worlds this update has to offer!


This are a very close binary pair of polar opposites, both with multicellular life: The main planet is a temperate desert with with a very thin violet atmosphere (for which I named the planet Violet.) Its moon, which is actually larger than its host, is a cool oceania with a thicker atmosphere.

In the same system are two grape-flavored desert moons. There is a third one out of shot.

RS 8409-3149-7-1478643-109

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Careful. The PLATT Collective has spurs.

Edited by Joey_Penguin - Saturday, 28.12.2013, 00:00
 
Fireinthehole-Date: Saturday, 28.12.2013, 00:30 | Message # 2695
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Playing around with the zoom function. I zoomed in alot and flew far away to see the planets compared to scale wink

Earth and the Moon


Phobos and Mars


Earth and Venus


And last but not least Earth and the Sun


Bonus: partial lunar eclipse wink





Love Space Engine!
 
Joey_PenguinDate: Saturday, 28.12.2013, 04:50 | Message # 2696
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There appear two be two brown dwarf systems that are closer to our sun than Proxima Centauri.

Naturally, I shall name them "Nemesis" and "Not Nibiru".

Here's an interesting lighting effect from Nemesis, which is a binary, on many of its planets.
I'll let someone else do the joke happy

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Careful. The PLATT Collective has spurs.

Edited by Joey_Penguin - Saturday, 28.12.2013, 04:51
 
DoctorOfSpaceDate: Saturday, 28.12.2013, 10:32 | Message # 2697
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RockoRocksDate: Saturday, 28.12.2013, 10:51 | Message # 2698
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Those ships look awesome!! I wish you could release them




I will be inactive on this forum for the time being. Might come back eventually

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TotyDate: Saturday, 28.12.2013, 11:15 | Message # 2699
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Rhysy27Date: Saturday, 28.12.2013, 12:29 | Message # 2700
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Can't. Stop. Exploring.












"It is far better to grasp the universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring." - Carl Sagan
 
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