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HarbingerDawnDate: Friday, 08.02.2013, 22:37 | Message # 1351
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Unnamed, there was no reason to create a new thread for that topic, the image dump is a sufficiently appropriate place to post such screenshots.




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UnnamedDate: Friday, 08.02.2013, 23:06 | Message # 1352
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Whoops(...) Ill say sorry again
anyways back on ¨topic¨
4 Stars 6 Planets...Derp

A random shot on a selena

I really like it
Another Shot from a 6 mass selena





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Edited by Unnamed - Friday, 08.02.2013, 23:10
 
LiveLife42Date: Saturday, 09.02.2013, 03:51 | Message # 1353
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Awesome Picture's of Nigh Time nebulae.






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KyleDate: Saturday, 09.02.2013, 03:54 | Message # 1354
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Watsisname, can you tell me how to know where it is. I've never done that before. Just PM me so that we can keep the thread clean.

EDIT: The planet's name is RS 8403-196-7-1066377-42 6, if that helps





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Edited by Kyle - Saturday, 09.02.2013, 04:13
 
WatsisnameDate: Saturday, 09.02.2013, 07:54 | Message # 1355
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Kyle, the name is all that is necessary. Thanks!

I like how the seas on the planet are actually very dark red; almost black, even! Must be some interesting organic chemistry going on there. Maybe I just don't visit Titans often enough, but this is the first one like this that I've seen.







Edited by Watsisname - Saturday, 09.02.2013, 07:56
 
TragonoDate: Saturday, 09.02.2013, 11:37 | Message # 1356
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Quote (Kyle)
RS 8403-196-7-1066377-42 6




 
KyleDate: Saturday, 09.02.2013, 17:16 | Message # 1357
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Some more stuff








Attachments: 5723409.jpg(286Kb) · 4954488.jpg(320Kb) · 8673468.jpg(96Kb) · 7986465.jpg(131Kb)





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SpyroDate: Saturday, 09.02.2013, 23:26 | Message # 1358
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Amazing pictures guys! I wish that my computer had more VRAM, it's causing tons of lag, and sometimes Earth renders incorrectly. Last time it was covered in ocean, and first time it was completely white, even without clouds...
Anyway:



And a very weird error:


Attachments: 7903881.jpg(118Kb) · 5632040.jpg(263Kb)





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NovaSiliskoDate: Saturday, 09.02.2013, 23:30 | Message # 1359
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That's not an error, Haumea really is that oblate.
 
SpyroDate: Saturday, 09.02.2013, 23:33 | Message # 1360
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That's not an error, Haumea really is that oblate.

WOW Quick reply!
And ok, I am officially weirded out by Haumea. What happened to make it so oblate?





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apenpaapDate: Saturday, 09.02.2013, 23:35 | Message # 1361
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It rotates ludicrously fast, the centrifugal force does that. It does the same to Saturn and Jupiter to a visible (but far less extreme) extent.




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TuskinDate: Sunday, 10.02.2013, 05:26 | Message # 1362
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TragonoDate: Sunday, 10.02.2013, 14:41 | Message # 1363
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It rotates ludicrously fast, the centrifugal force does that.

Don't you mean centripetal?


For some reason DeviantArt decided that this GIF needed to be slowed down when I uploaded it.
 
apenpaapDate: Sunday, 10.02.2013, 14:46 | Message # 1364
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Don't you mean centripetal?


No, I don't. The centripetal force is gravity in this case, and as always it pulls inward, not outward. The outward force is the centrifugal force.





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Edited by apenpaap - Sunday, 10.02.2013, 17:09
 
KvikiDate: Sunday, 10.02.2013, 16:07 | Message # 1365
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The outward force is the centripetal force.


Don't you mean centrifugal?





 
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