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PhoenixDate: Tuesday, 27.11.2012, 03:22 | Message # 916
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did you edit the Height shader to get that blueish desert (last pic) to look like that? if you did would you mind sharing it or just tell me what values you edited


The only edit is FOV. Sorry, I don't know what the height shader is. I am running default v.96 with the only exception of the gas giant and planet cloud shaders from Dr of Space. It is a wide angle image, ~FOV of 80 then a move into the subject with the W key. Creates vertical distortion. But those 'holes' are already very deep. For example: here is 50 degree FOV from the same planet:

 
anonymousgamerDate: Tuesday, 27.11.2012, 04:09 | Message # 917
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I found Venus.


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SalvoDate: Tuesday, 27.11.2012, 16:12 | Message # 918
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Venus

Nice, but venus is a bit yellower biggrin





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AtmoscatDate: Tuesday, 27.11.2012, 18:02 | Message # 919
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The nearly 7 kilometers in altitude towering western walls of Olympus Mons seen against a martian morning sun from a location roughly 140 kilometers west of the edge of the solar System's highest Volcano. (Landing site location at LAT 21°32'53''.98/LON -140°38'55''.67)

*Edit* Thanks smij and HarbingerDawn. How can I add the image as a clickable one for full size as in the first post of this page? Thanks a ton!

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Edited by Atmoscat - Tuesday, 27.11.2012, 18:56
 
smjjamesDate: Tuesday, 27.11.2012, 18:22 | Message # 920
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@atmoscat, if the size (in kb) isn't too big, maybe upload onto the site itself?




 
HarbingerDawnDate: Tuesday, 27.11.2012, 18:42 | Message # 921
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Anyone with alternate image upload site suggestions? Thank you...

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smjjamesDate: Tuesday, 27.11.2012, 20:15 | Message # 922
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(Almost) a shepherd moon of this gas giant. Unfortunately, the moons in SE don't really get close enough to the rings to be called proper shepherd moons.


(better to view this in large size) Not my best shot or anything, just messing around with views. (actually, I was trying to find a planet to get a tatoonie-like shot, but couldn't find one that worked well enough, so I eventually decided to just go with this).



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Edited by smjjames - Tuesday, 27.11.2012, 20:18
 
SalvoDate: Tuesday, 27.11.2012, 21:04 | Message # 923
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I like so much the last, maybe in next update it would be of a different color, I look forward to smile




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smjjamesDate: Tuesday, 27.11.2012, 21:15 | Message # 924
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I like so much the last, maybe in next update it would be of a different color, I look forward to smile


Thanks. Also, that one was taken during the daytime (and the location is near the pole, between 70-80N), so any planet shine would be washed out. Still though. It will be interesting to see how the new planet/moon shine handles multicolored gas giants like that one, probably use the main color of the planet which might be an orange color for this one.





 
RodrigoDate: Tuesday, 27.11.2012, 21:50 | Message # 925
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apenpaapDate: Tuesday, 27.11.2012, 22:38 | Message # 926
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The smallest object in SE, 1998 KY26, next to the far larger Enterprise-D:




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Buster89Date: Tuesday, 27.11.2012, 22:51 | Message # 927
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edited a Shader file to get the craters and mountains to look like that only disadvantage to it is that some planets have a crapload of craters on them and it looks really funky.





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Edited by Buster89 - Tuesday, 27.11.2012, 22:57
 
PhoenixDate: Wednesday, 28.11.2012, 02:45 | Message # 928
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A hot spot.

 
PhoenixDate: Wednesday, 28.11.2012, 02:47 | Message # 929
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edited a Shader file to get the craters and mountains to look like that only disadvantage to it is that some planets have a crapload of craters on them and it looks really funky.


Nice! I like that first one. What kind of lens flare is that for the bright star?
 
anonymousgamerDate: Wednesday, 28.11.2012, 03:50 | Message # 930
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Nice! I like that first one. What kind of lens flare is that for the bright star?


Mine >:D





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