Русский New site

Advanced search

[ New messages · Forum rules · Members ]
Page 414 of 423«12412413414415416422423»
Forum » SpaceEngine » Space Journeys » Image Dump (Post your SpaceEngine screenshots here)
Image Dump
900gilDate: Wednesday, 05.10.2016, 22:42 | Message # 6196
Observer
Group: Newbies
Pirate
Messages: 2
Status: Offline
more images:
The center of the milky way galaxy:






And this picture took from very very faw awy.. the galexy in the center is the milky way galaxy:


New picture - the galaxy on top is the milky way. galaxy on down is "Small Magellanic Cloud / SMC / Nubecula Minor / NGC 292":

Attachments: 1438192.jpg(56Kb)


Edited by 900gil - Wednesday, 05.10.2016, 23:27
 
OstariskDate: Thursday, 06.10.2016, 00:35 | Message # 6197
Pioneer
Group: Users
Australia
Messages: 441
Status: Offline
Kepler-22 b and a moon:

Attachments: 1701678.jpg(137Kb)






My mods
 
JL2017Date: Thursday, 06.10.2016, 02:29 | Message # 6198
Astronaut
Group: Users
United States
Messages: 68
Status: Offline

Attachments: 8592768.jpg(93Kb) · 6411703.jpg(80Kb) · 5502385.jpg(142Kb) · 8275700.jpg(136Kb)
 
GullWingsDate: Thursday, 06.10.2016, 10:24 | Message # 6199
Observer
Group: Users
Australia
Messages: 10
Status: Offline
Can anyone determine which world is closest to the camera? I hope its NOT obvious. biggrin


Attachments: 0325756.jpg(205Kb)
 
PhoenixDate: Thursday, 06.10.2016, 23:34 | Message # 6200
Explorer
Group: Users
United States
Messages: 242
Status: Offline



Attachments: 3757264.jpg(322Kb) · 7415554.jpg(240Kb)
 
JL2017Date: Friday, 07.10.2016, 00:27 | Message # 6201
Astronaut
Group: Users
United States
Messages: 68
Status: Offline

Attachments: 8117910.jpg(86Kb)
 
JL2017Date: Saturday, 08.10.2016, 13:38 | Message # 6202
Astronaut
Group: Users
United States
Messages: 68
Status: Offline

Syzygy

Attachments: 7295312.jpg(99Kb)
 
steeljaw354Date: Saturday, 08.10.2016, 13:43 | Message # 6203
World Builder
Group: Users
Pirate
Messages: 862
Status: Offline
GullWings, The gas giant is closest
 
SpaceHopperDate: Saturday, 08.10.2016, 20:47 | Message # 6204
Explorer
Group: Users
United States
Messages: 183
Status: Offline
Really, steeljaw354? I thought it was the oceania that was closest, as oceanias are supposed to be smaller than gas giants. Think of a mouse and an elephant. In a properly oriented photo they might appear the same size, but you can sense that the elephant has to be several feet behind the mouse to appear the same size. And GullWings, how long did it take you to orient the two heavenly bodies properly?




3.14% of all seafarers are PIrates.
***
Got Mole Problems? Call Avogadro at 602-1023
***
Google Search my picture to discover whom it depicteth.
 
JackDoleDate: Sunday, 09.10.2016, 08:26 | Message # 6205
Star Engineer
Group: Local Moderators
Germany
Messages: 1734
Status: Offline
Quote GullWings ()
Can anyone determine which world is closest to the camera? I hope its NOT obvious.

I also think that the gas giant is closer to the camera position.
(Otherwise GullWings would probably not have asked.)

I suspect it is made with a small FOV, and both are quite far away from the camera position.





Don't forget to look here.

 
GullWingsDate: Monday, 10.10.2016, 11:48 | Message # 6206
Observer
Group: Users
Australia
Messages: 10
Status: Offline
steeljaw354, SpaceHopper & JackDole,

Hey guys, I thought it was obvious but apparently NOT so. I want to congratulate SpaceHopper for the correct reasoning. I happened open this position whilst orbiting the gas giant. I saw an opportunity to adjust the distance to the Oceania so as to match the apparent size of the parent body. If you look closely at the angle of the terminators on each world and think about the geometry relative to the parent star, it should be apparent that the gas giant is larger, therefore making the Oceania neccesarily closer to the camera.

I enjoyed creating the visual challenge. I'll try to do another worthy of getting different answers. Thanks for your feedback!

wink
 
JL2017Date: Tuesday, 11.10.2016, 00:31 | Message # 6207
Astronaut
Group: Users
United States
Messages: 68
Status: Offline

Attachments: 7019594.jpg(100Kb) · 6693776.jpg(94Kb) · 1394316.jpg(110Kb) · 3526886.jpg(105Kb)
 
SpaceHopperDate: Tuesday, 11.10.2016, 02:43 | Message # 6208
Explorer
Group: Users
United States
Messages: 183
Status: Offline
Quote GullWings ()
I want to congratulate SpaceHopper for the correct reasoning.

Yay for me! biggrin biggrin biggrin

BTW, this planet has days almost as long as ours. A little hard to find now, with the tidally locked terras and terras in orbital resonance.

RS 8476-1353-7-363044-56 A4

Attachments: 7565104.jpg(180Kb)





3.14% of all seafarers are PIrates.
***
Got Mole Problems? Call Avogadro at 602-1023
***
Google Search my picture to discover whom it depicteth.
 
HornblowerDate: Wednesday, 12.10.2016, 20:12 | Message # 6209
World Builder
Group: Users
United States
Messages: 707
Status: Offline
A nice place for an asteroid mining facility

Attachments: 1942164.jpg(191Kb)
 
PhoenixDate: Thursday, 13.10.2016, 01:44 | Message # 6210
Explorer
Group: Users
United States
Messages: 242
Status: Offline

Attachments: 0415875.jpg(177Kb)
 
Forum » SpaceEngine » Space Journeys » Image Dump (Post your SpaceEngine screenshots here)
Page 414 of 423«12412413414415416422423»
Search: