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smjjamesDate: Sunday, 21.10.2012, 17:37 | Message # 676
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Titan with pink clouds. It's sky is actually blue and it orbits an orange dwarf and red dwarf pair.


Green atmosphere titan orbiting a blue giant (or maybe it was just a main sequance, in any case, it was a blue star)


Afternoon on an ancient terra with life. Ancient meaning 12 billion years old.


Same world I think.


Brown dwarf eclipsing a neutron star. I know it's not that great of a screenshot.


Heavy gravity world.




Core of the giant galaxy NGC 4839.


Also, I had found an oceanic (about 80%-90% covered in liquid) titan, but forgot to take a screenshot.

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WatsisnameDate: Sunday, 21.10.2012, 18:07 | Message # 677
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Darkening of driven (leading) hemisphere of icy moons is caused by extra radiation generated by gas giant's magnetosphere. Magnetosphere is rotating with planet in the same direction as normal (prograde) satellites, but usually faster than them. So particles captured by magnetosphere being accelerated and bomb the driven hemisphere, making it darker. Retrograde satellites and prograde that rotate faster than a planet (like Phobos) will have the leader hemisphere darker. SE has a script/editor option that controls darkening - "drivenDarkening".


It is your attention to details such as this that makes me so impressed with Space Engine. smile

That and just how beautiful it looks. biggrin





 
SolarisDate: Sunday, 28.10.2012, 03:43 | Message # 678
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Many rings views :












Other views of the X skies ( see warm terra with life - binary star system)

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HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 28.10.2012, 03:57 | Message # 679
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Solaris, I would not have thought it possible for you to get even better than you already were at making screenshots, but it seems that you have done just that. Very beautiful images!




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smjjamesDate: Sunday, 28.10.2012, 04:12 | Message # 680
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What LOD are those landscapes?




 
SolarisDate: Sunday, 28.10.2012, 04:20 | Message # 681
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What LOD are those landscapes?
Many various FOV were used, can't remember, nothing higher than 40° and something like ~20° average

HarbingerDawn, I am just starting to warm up biggrin (joke)
 
smjjamesDate: Sunday, 28.10.2012, 06:59 | Message # 682
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@ Solaris: I was asking about the LOD though, just wondering what was used.




 
RobbieDate: Sunday, 28.10.2012, 12:01 | Message # 683
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I'm always impressed with your screenshots Solaris, you have the photographer's eye for capturing the scenic beauty of SE. cool




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SolarisDate: Sunday, 28.10.2012, 13:32 | Message # 684
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Whoops, sorry smjjames, I was very tired and have read your post the wrong way... LOD is +2 for all pics( loading may not complete for every scene but huh..)

Thanks Robbie ! smile
 
DoctorOfSpaceDate: Sunday, 28.10.2012, 13:33 | Message # 685
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I decided to remove all the surface/clouds/atmosphere information for our solar system but leave the basic info in place to see what they would all look like when completely procedurally generated.

The results

Mercury

Venus

Earth

Moon

Mars (this makes no sense as it has no generated atmosphere but is listed as a terra wacko )

Jupiter


May do others later to see results, might leave Saturn's rings in place though. Still a neat thing to try out.

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smjjamesDate: Sunday, 28.10.2012, 14:25 | Message # 686
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The earth looks like a mess procedurally generated, no wonder it's lifeless.

For Jupiter, did you forget to turn clouds back on? It still looks like Jupiter though, just with a somewhat different cloud band configuration.

The glitch with mars is definetly strange though....







Edited by smjjames - Sunday, 28.10.2012, 14:25
 
DoctorOfSpaceDate: Sunday, 28.10.2012, 19:42 | Message # 687
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For Jupiter, did you forget to turn clouds back on? It still looks like Jupiter though, just with a somewhat different cloud band configuration.


Nope it is generating clouds. I checked while in game, there is a thin cloud layer.

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The glitch with mars is definetly strange though....


Yeah my thoughts exactly as I did it exactly the same as Earth and Venus.





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ConquestiDate: Sunday, 28.10.2012, 23:00 | Message # 688
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Solaris:

You use photoshop or edit the planet?

I have this planet ( RS 0-2-20-133-7318-7-1890832-50 B5.4 ) with other colors and contrasts.


Edited by Conquesti - Sunday, 28.10.2012, 23:02
 
SolarisDate: Monday, 29.10.2012, 06:42 | Message # 689
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No Conquesti, I never use photoshop or edit the planet of the pics I post into this thread, I only use the in game graphic settings of SE.

RS 0-2-20-133-7318-7-1890832-50 B5.4, the colors should be the same, for the contrast, try disable real planet brightness (Ctrl+F4 for graphics window)


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DoctorOfSpaceDate: Monday, 29.10.2012, 20:27 | Message # 690
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Just imagine waking up to this sunrise


Same system also has 2 densely packed asteroid belts.

And different system but by far my favorite gas giant

Location for gas giant HD 184889 3





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Edited by DoctorOfSpace - Monday, 29.10.2012, 20:30
 
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