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HarbingerDawnDate: Tuesday, 09.12.2014, 08:25 | Message # 3706
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Quote iTz ()
Whenever I take screenshots with space engine, they're kind of lower quality than they should be.

Screenshots record whatever is on the screen, so what you see is literally what you get. By default however it captures as JPEG, so compression artifacts are introduced. You can change the format to PNG in main.cfg.





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FastFourierTransformDate: Tuesday, 09.12.2014, 09:45 | Message # 3707
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So, I have been playing with extremely small FOVs to show at the same time in the frame of view two or more distant objects (and distant between them). I like a lot the fact that this can be shown up in Space Engine. I located myself at extreme distances and shot this ones:

North-polar auroras of the Earth and the Moon at the same time:




A planet seen through the barycenter of a stellar binary






The Earth with a galaxy of the background


Mars and Earth in the same picture!!!, Phobos is flying over the terrestrial northen lights smile






Mars and the Indian continent, and Mars with the Caspian see and caucasus!!








Phobos just above mount Everest!!! hahahah ultra-telescope vision


Mars and Jupiter as seen near the Sun






Valles Marineris canyon on Mars and the Great Red Spot of Jupiter


Io with Phobos rising above Mars north polar Ice-cap




Phobos over Europa




The rise of an extremely redshifted galaxy over the martian polar ice cap


Highly redshifted galaxies rising over Olympus Mons on Mars with Jupiter rings as spetial guest!!! On equestion: are those star-forming regions in the final redshifted galaxy blue because they emmit in UV that has entered the high frequency part of our visible spectrum?








Europa and Io with Jupiter's rings above Titan horizon


More of Saturn's Moon Titan and Jupiter's Moons Io and Europa




Uranus and Neptune in one portrait. Note Uranian rings crossing over Neptune's disk and how the auroras of both appear.






Larissa (Neptune's moon) floating between Uranus upper clouds and rigns


Puck (Uranu's moon) over the cirrus of Neptune


Earth with Horse-head Nebula
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Tuesday, 09.12.2014, 10:27 | Message # 3708
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Quote FastFourierTransform ()
are those star-forming regions in the final redshifted galaxy blue because they emmit in UV that has entered the high frequency part of our visible spectrum?

It's probably a bug, I'm pretty sure SE doesn't take other wavelengths into account, otherwise galaxies would look very different.





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isdebeslDate: Tuesday, 09.12.2014, 11:09 | Message # 3709
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my graphics is maybe worst but worth it if i use this palette.


 
FireintheholeDate: Tuesday, 09.12.2014, 11:52 | Message # 3710
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FastFourierTransform, how did you get the galaxies red?




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HarbingerDawnDate: Tuesday, 09.12.2014, 12:28 | Message # 3711
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Quote Fireinthehole ()
how did you get the galaxies red?

They are just very distant galaxies. Look at a galaxy from billions of parsecs away and it will look like that.





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FireintheholeDate: Tuesday, 09.12.2014, 13:15 | Message # 3712
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Quote HarbingerDawn ()
They are just very distant galaxies. Look at a galaxy from billions of parsecs away and it will look like that.

Really? Not just through our atmosphere?





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HarbingerDawnDate: Tuesday, 09.12.2014, 14:22 | Message # 3713
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Yes really...




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WatsisnameDate: Tuesday, 09.12.2014, 18:33 | Message # 3714
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Quote Fireinthehole ()
Really? Not just through our atmosphere?


It's cosmological redshift -- reddening of photons caused by the expansion of the universe during the time it took for them to reach you. It's a real thing and SE simulates it. smile

Added:
FFT, those narrow FOV perspectives are awesome!





 
MarcusDate: Tuesday, 09.12.2014, 18:55 | Message # 3715
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iTzDate: Thursday, 11.12.2014, 09:11 | Message # 3716
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How do you adjust the FOV to get pictures like that FFT?
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Thursday, 11.12.2014, 09:42 | Message # 3717
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Shift-LMB, or PgUp/PgDn




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isdebeslDate: Thursday, 11.12.2014, 12:22 | Message # 3718
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GJ 832 from Saturn's Atmosphere

GJ 832

GJ 832 from GJ 832 b without clouds
 
TrulskijDate: Thursday, 11.12.2014, 15:04 | Message # 3719
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Zirconium star wat is it ^^. Looks like very cold star or like very hot planet ^^
 
pzampellaDate: Thursday, 11.12.2014, 15:35 | Message # 3720
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isdebesl, Trulskij, sadly, it is a catalog error. GJ 832 is supposed to be a red dwarf.
 
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