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Image Dump
Billy_MayesDate: Friday, 21.02.2014, 13:22 | Message # 3106
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apenpaapDate: Friday, 21.02.2014, 14:13 | Message # 3107
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Planets like this are scary.

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


Well, simply from the amount of light it receives. It's larger than what the exposure of the camera can still properly display, so it looks white.





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Edited by apenpaap - Friday, 21.02.2014, 14:13
 
Master_RamboDate: Friday, 21.02.2014, 22:38 | Message # 3108
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Quote HarbingerDawn ()
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.


Sorry about that, I'll repost this on the screenshot thread then.

Anyhow, should I still continue this thread or is it going to lock?
 
mateocroDate: Saturday, 22.02.2014, 06:08 | Message # 3109
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Hello, this is my first post!
I found some planets and moons that are out of Milky Way and are looking at us smile








Edited by mateocro - Saturday, 22.02.2014, 06:23
 
Billy_MayesDate: Saturday, 22.02.2014, 16:01 | Message # 3110
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Finally, the Image Dump thread is stickied!




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RockoRocksDate: Saturday, 22.02.2014, 17:50 | Message # 3111
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Quote Billy_Mayes ()
Finally, the Image Dump thread is stickied!

And it only took more than 200 pages!





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spacerDate: Sunday, 23.02.2014, 15:55 | Message # 3112
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beautiful mountain:
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"we began as wanderers, and we are wanderers still"
-carl sagan

-space engine photographer
 
UnnamedDate: Sunday, 23.02.2014, 22:22 | Message # 3113
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"Event"





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chromatic9Date: Sunday, 23.02.2014, 22:31 | Message # 3114
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Edited by chromatic9 - Sunday, 23.02.2014, 22:43
 
VocenaeDate: Monday, 24.02.2014, 05:12 | Message # 3115
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Finally left the Deep Core of whatever galaxy I was in. Figured it was time I puzted about in our dear old Milky Way for a bit.

But before leaving the Deep Core of that unknown galaxy, I did stumble across this particular little planet. It was a 'Cold Titan' and yet looked almost like a perfect Terra with Life, sans the dirt ice caps.



Ah, home sweet home! Taken from low Ceres orbit.


Then I just started randomly clicking around. Came across one of those planets with a debris field, thought the angle demanded I take a picture of it.


And then when I backed off a bit, I saw even more debris with some pretty wide orbits.


After clicking about for a bit with no particular results, I came across a Blue Giant. I landed on the farthest planet out just to se how far I was away from the star. 847 AU. And the planet was still too hot for human life to survive on.


Some more random walking, found a gas giant with some really vibrant rings and, well, if the past few posts of mine are anything to go by, it's that I cannot resist taking a picture of vibrant rings with nice colors.


Then I hopped over the the nearest moon, took a picture of it because I liked how the shadows were.


And then finally, I hopped over to the second moon you see in the above picture, it was largely the same (both were ice worlds) but this one had a distinct coloring in the rock/ice that you can't see from orbit; patches of red.


And then I snapped this closing shot.


Edited by Vocenae - Monday, 24.02.2014, 05:15
 
LiveLife42Date: Monday, 24.02.2014, 06:02 | Message # 3116
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EugatnomDate: Tuesday, 25.02.2014, 20:59 | Message # 3117
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Fomalhaut A2.1


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FrostbreathDate: Friday, 28.02.2014, 12:23 | Message # 3118
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I've found this extremely cold moon with multicellular life. It was suprising. Its planet orbits almost 330 AU away from the star. With such little light, no atmposphere and low temperature, you'd say life is impossible. But hey, life can be anywhere...
I nicknamed it Glaceon, after the icey evolution of the Pokémon Eevee. A few screenshots:

1. The moon as seen from an orbit, along with its mother planet:


2. Another view of the moon, closer to the surface:


3. A view from the surface. Life is only found below the ice:


4. The star (or, triple star system) this moon and its planet orbit around...:


And the location:
Code
PObject
{
   LocName "Glaceon"
   Name    "RS 0-6-200009-141-2523-7-1554134-49 2.9"
   Parent  "RS 0-6-200009-141-2523-7-1554134-49 2"
   Pioneer "Frostbreath"
   Date    "2014.02.28 10:52:44.15"
}





Amateur astronomer. Owner of a Celestron C8 telescope and, of course, Space Engine. Translator for Dutch.


Edited by Frostbreath - Friday, 28.02.2014, 12:24
 
VocenaeDate: Saturday, 01.03.2014, 02:26 | Message # 3119
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RockoRocksDate: Sunday, 02.03.2014, 10:57 | Message # 3120
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x-wing

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