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spacerDate: Tuesday, 18.02.2014, 19:27 | Message # 3091
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JCandeias, this is earth, i think




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LiveLife42Date: Tuesday, 18.02.2014, 20:02 | Message # 3092
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Attachments: 2540789.jpg(322Kb) · 4450431.jpg(587Kb) · 0860276.jpg(422Kb)





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Fireinthehole-Date: Tuesday, 18.02.2014, 20:35 | Message # 3093
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LiveLife42, got the location of that beauty? smile




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VocenaeDate: Wednesday, 19.02.2014, 05:28 | Message # 3094
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Ease ya'll into this post with some generic planet pictures.














MY GOD, ITS FULL OF STARS.






 
StvKlnDate: Thursday, 20.02.2014, 00:38 | Message # 3095
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What's going on in that 10th picture there? Is that star right by a black hole or somethin'?
 
VocenaeDate: Thursday, 20.02.2014, 00:41 | Message # 3096
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It's one of those pulsar/quasar/neutron stars in front of a red bright giant.
 
Destructor1701Date: Thursday, 20.02.2014, 06:12 | Message # 3097
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Quote JCandeias ()

Wha?! 3D clouds?! What program is that?


A little old program I like to call Space Engine.

If I recall correctly, 0.9.7.1 came with 3D clouds on Earth - but then I might not recall correctly.

If I don't - you can get them by adding a bump map line to the Earth's cloud definition in /catalogs/planets/SolarSys.sc. (If I recall correctly, I came up with the idea - but again, I'm not sure if I do recall correctly)
The cloud shadows are just a second cloud layer, coloured dark, with the terrain bump map, so they stick to the surface(this part was definitely not my idea).
They don't project according to the direction of the light source, but they're fun.

Here is the relevant code







Edited by Destructor1701 - Thursday, 20.02.2014, 06:14
 
JCandeiasDate: Thursday, 20.02.2014, 15:28 | Message # 3098
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Heh. This is what I get from spending all my time in my own made up corner of the universe and hardly ever visiting Earth. I get teased. tongue

Thanks, though. It's good to know. I had no idea whatsoever. Is that the default texture, though, or is it one of those biggies that can be downloaded individually?





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SalvoDate: Thursday, 20.02.2014, 15:52 | Message # 3099
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LiveLife42, oh my goodness, that planet is awesome cry
Did you reduced FOV for the 2nd image?





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WwadlolDate: Thursday, 20.02.2014, 23:23 | Message # 3100
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All these dots. They are galaxies!

Nevermind, Picture won't show.


Edited by Wwadlol - Thursday, 20.02.2014, 23:26
 
LiveLife42Date: Friday, 21.02.2014, 00:00 | Message # 3101
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Quote Salvo ()
LiveLife42, oh my goodness, that planet is awesome cry
Did you reduced FOV for the 2nd image?

I actually made a custom system to get these images smile
Also some more with a tiny edit.


Attachments: 3000546.jpg(443Kb) · 5858379.jpg(312Kb)





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Edited by LiveLife42 - Friday, 21.02.2014, 00:09
 
Destructor1701Date: Friday, 21.02.2014, 02:41 | Message # 3102
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Quote JCandeias ()
Is that the default texture, though, or is it one of those biggies that can be downloaded individually?


It's a biggie, though the code I posted ought to work with the defaults, too.





 
VocenaeDate: Friday, 21.02.2014, 06:39 | Message # 3103
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Just a few more images from this 'Deep Core' kick I've been on. You'd think that a horrible stellar wasteland of radiation and death wouldn't be so photgenic. These should be the last one for awhile, I feel like I'm posting too much.
















Edited by Vocenae - Friday, 21.02.2014, 06:47
 
Master_RamboDate: Friday, 21.02.2014, 07:24 | Message # 3104
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I just discovered this program one week ago, and it's AMAZING, I've been interested in astronomy/space since elementary school, so this really peaked my interest!

Here's my first amazing discovery I made, and it's of a planet that orbits a red giant. It is 0.5 AU from the star, and the star is 0.940 AU in size.

Red Giant sunrise (covers nearly the whole sky!)


This scorched desert orbits this star every 88 days (roughly Mercury's orbit in a way).


Feel the heat: A blindingly white atmosphere (don't know how that's even possible)


I have noticed that for some reason the camera keeps going through the planet and its moon! Don't know why, it's the only planet with this issue...Anyhow, here's another pic zoomed out a bit more:


Again, I don't know how the heck can a planet that close to its star possibly be able to hold an atmosphere biggrin
It is 2 atmospheres thick with an ESI of 0.090... It is 13,337 km (slightly larger than Earth) but less than half the gravity and mass.
The Temperature is a ridiculous 2601.6 K Temperature (Over 4220 Fahrenheit!). Definitely not a place for any kind of life to live on. The star is quite young, only 19.541x10^6 years old.
This solar system has a couple of much "cooler" Hot Selenas and Deserts, as well as some gas giants. I will post an update later tomorrow with more pictures of this solar system; and even much later, I will show several Earth-like planets I found! smile


Edited by Master_Rambo - Friday, 21.02.2014, 07:30
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Friday, 21.02.2014, 07:47 | Message # 3105
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Master_Rambo, if you want to share random adventures and screenshots, post in the screenshot thread. A new thread is not necessary.

Please review the forum rules if you haven't already.





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