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spacerDate: Thursday, 09.06.2016, 12:17 | Message # 5446
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"we began as wanderers, and we are wanderers still"
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6EQUJ5Date: Thursday, 09.06.2016, 15:52 | Message # 5447
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AthnosDate: Friday, 10.06.2016, 05:42 | Message # 5448
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Hello, this is my first post and i would like to share my collection of terras i've found in RC2.




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Edited by Athnos - Friday, 10.06.2016, 06:14
 
6EQUJ5Date: Friday, 10.06.2016, 09:21 | Message # 5449
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spacerDate: Friday, 10.06.2016, 10:20 | Message # 5450
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SpaceHopperDate: Friday, 10.06.2016, 14:10 | Message # 5451
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Those are cool, Athnos.

A planet with Barnard's Loop and the Pleiades in its sky:


RS 8476-1353-8-10944267-653 4
Barnard's Loop looks like a snake uncurling, with HIP 20493 as its eye.

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quarior14Date: Friday, 10.06.2016, 16:46 | Message # 5452
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I had amended the blue star (Canesya) with the internal editor to get an idea of what will be spent in the future :

View outside the atmosphere :

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SpaceHopperDate: Friday, 10.06.2016, 19:18 | Message # 5453
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Behold...the Planet of the Nose-Shaped Dwarf Moon!

RS 0-9-57521883-109-0-5-24184-26 4.D1
It is in an Elliptical galaxy, so people with custom procedural galaxy models (like me) need not fear.

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AlienartDate: Saturday, 11.06.2016, 01:39 | Message # 5454
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Everyone has such amazing images, I want to hit a "like" button for most of them. I'm not sure if the thumbs up works in that role.

Here's a few more from my recent exploration of a huge elliptical galaxy:

An orange and green moon with its giant ice or gas giant in extreme crescent in the background.
RS 0-2-35-1317-2706-6-63044-4166 9.1
10°10'37".56 / 80°32'58".58


Impressively golden ringed gas giant from one of its moons with the elliptical galaxy heart glow to the right.
RS 0-2-35-1317-2706-8-3104255-2363 A10.2
75°17'46".82 / 4°12'21".69


I thought at first I had found something like the Ceres white spots on one of these twin desert worlds, but on closer inspection it turned out to be something a little more common. It's still cool to see an asteroid orbiting between two worlds like this. Wonder if it is in a Lagrange point. (I did not speed up time to find out.)
RS 0-2-35-1317-2706-7-38031-4902 2


Edited by Alienart - Saturday, 11.06.2016, 01:41
 
kevinheryanto24Date: Saturday, 11.06.2016, 12:43 | Message # 5455
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Hello there. This is my first post here so here's a simple picture of a custom planet.

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Edited by kevinheryanto24 - Saturday, 11.06.2016, 12:44
 
simonecinque1992Date: Saturday, 11.06.2016, 12:44 | Message # 5456
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kevinheryanto24, Wonderful! How you managed to get these details?




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kevinheryanto24Date: Saturday, 11.06.2016, 12:52 | Message # 5457
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simonecinque1992, Well. I turned the LOD on to 2, Increase the magnitude and enhanced the picture on photoshop.
Also it's a custom planet.





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simonecinque1992Date: Saturday, 11.06.2016, 13:16 | Message # 5458
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Binary Gas giant and Ice Giant


Galaxies Group

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kevinheryanto24Date: Saturday, 11.06.2016, 13:19 | Message # 5459
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simonecinque1992, Thats a really good picture, though its need better color though.

Here's another one (Unedited)


(Edited Version)

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SpaceHopperDate: Saturday, 11.06.2016, 13:24 | Message # 5460
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Hey Alienart, are you using a version other than 0.974 RC2 and/or ReShade (which can change your SE seed)? Because when I went to RS 0-2-35-1317-2706-7-38031-4902 2, which you said was a binary desert planet, I found a frozen gas giant orbiting binary stars. And when I tried to find RS 0-2-35-1317-2706-8-3104255-2363 A10.2 or RS 0-2-35-1317-2706-6-63044-4166 9.1 (the golden ringed gas giant and the orange/green moon, respectively), it said, "Object not found". But the stars that they orbited did exist. And the galaxy they were in was an E5 galaxy (I know yours was an E galaxy of some number). Searching for the planets in a no-addons version gave me the same results.




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