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jimyjoe76Date: Saturday, 24.11.2012, 16:29 | Message # 886
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Went looking around for a random planet with life, and this was the first one i found. Not very special, but I think it is good nonetheless. Oh yeah, and first post. biggrin

I noted it has an EXTREMELY dense atmosphere, at 425.61 atm. I also noticed that it rotates in ~12 hours, despite being 2 billion years old!
View from orbit.

View from surface.

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Edited by jimyjoe76 - Saturday, 24.11.2012, 16:31
 
DisasterpieceDate: Saturday, 24.11.2012, 20:39 | Message # 887
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My best to date.
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I play teh spase engien

Edited by Disasterpiece - Saturday, 24.11.2012, 20:39
 
smjjamesDate: Sunday, 25.11.2012, 02:38 | Message # 888
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I'm a bit jealous of you guys taking such awesome pictures, lol! I wish my computer could handle using LOD 2 without having problems like what Doctor of Space and Solaris and other do.

*collective screams of all life forms on the planet* (which are probably just bacteria in this case) That's no moon, that's a marauding gas giant!

This gas giant gets within 4 million km of this planet, close enough to be a moon of the gas giant itself, which it isn't.


Having a planet with purplish-red plant life isn't unusual, but what IS unusual is that this planet is around a G7 type star since you're more likely to have green plant life around such a star.


Even LOD 2 doesn't help improve detail by much for a 5km asteroid.

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Edited by smjjames - Sunday, 25.11.2012, 02:53
 
SolarisDate: Sunday, 25.11.2012, 02:57 | Message # 889
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"Long is the way, and hard, that out of hell leads up to light."
Amazing shot ! Keep them comming!
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I wish my computer could handle using LOD 2 without having problems like what Doctor of Space and Solaris
Hum.. Most of the time, I just can't fully load a detailled landscape with LOD2, and when I can, it take at least 10min smile
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This gas giant gets within 4 million km of this planet, close enough to be a moon of the gas giant itself, which it isn't.
Really nice shot. cool

Life around black hole :

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smjjamesDate: Sunday, 25.11.2012, 02:59 | Message # 890
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Life around black hole :


Is that a galactic core?





 
SolarisDate: Sunday, 25.11.2012, 03:04 | Message # 891
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Yep, I guess it's very unlikely in real..
 
PhoenixDate: Sunday, 25.11.2012, 03:32 | Message # 892
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SolarisDate: Sunday, 25.11.2012, 03:47 | Message # 893
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That last shot is beautiful Phoenix!
 
LiveLife42Date: Sunday, 25.11.2012, 04:37 | Message # 894
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Wonderful picture of Saturn


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SalvoDate: Sunday, 25.11.2012, 10:58 | Message # 895
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Last screenshots are amazing, why we don't add the locations of every planet we found? smile
I'd like to visit those wonderful places...





The universe is not required to be in perfect harmony with human ambition.

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(still don't know why everyone is doing this...)
 
WatsisnameDate: Sunday, 25.11.2012, 14:11 | Message # 896
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Wonderful pictures from everybody! smile

Today I found a new planet that I would like to share; it's one of my favorite planets yet. A terra with life with indigo skies and green seas (though the air makes the water look blue from space). It is also gifted with three moons.


Terrain includes green plains, rugged rocky hills, and abundant snow-capped mountain ranges.


And the best part? Its closest moon, like Earth's, is just the right size and distance to produce incredible eclipses! cool









 
BatbombDate: Sunday, 25.11.2012, 16:47 | Message # 897
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Edited by Batbomb - Sunday, 25.11.2012, 16:51
 
Destructor1701Date: Sunday, 25.11.2012, 16:56 | Message # 898
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That is a truly beautiful planet! I've just spent an hour exploring it.

EDIT: I was talking to WatsisName. BatBomb, gorgeous shots! (EDIT: All but one of which have disappeared!)







Edited by Destructor1701 - Sunday, 25.11.2012, 17:00
 
smjjamesDate: Sunday, 25.11.2012, 17:11 | Message # 899
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That last screenshot of Watsisnames looks kind of eerie, in an alien way.




 
DrawninDate: Sunday, 25.11.2012, 20:08 | Message # 900
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I find this pretty terrifying... Not sure what kind of gods a civilization would think of if they were to inhabit a moon like this one... =S
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