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Two planets collide and pass through each other
Donatelo200Date: Monday, 23.01.2012, 01:41 | Message # 1
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An ocean planet impacts this gas giant and then pops out the other side to continue its orbit.



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Place    "colliding planets"
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  Parent    ""
  Pos  (-4.802268055647552e-009, -3.880171295937629e-009, 6.042700965659713e-009)
  Rot  (0.3336609778391592, 0.3692547829070512, 0.1179649481626079, -0.8593052590160704)
  Date    "2012.02.28 16:02:27.18"
  Vel  4.9140564e-010
  Mode    1
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Freak2121Date: Monday, 23.01.2012, 01:48 | Message # 2
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Wow, you found what I have been trying to find for months! biggrin
Incredible!
As for why they pass through each other, Space Engine doesn't simulate any physics or collisions. Planets just stick to an orbit at a speed and just follow it no matter what.





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Edited by Freak2121 - Monday, 23.01.2012, 01:56
 
matty406Date: Monday, 23.01.2012, 02:05 | Message # 3
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I think you should Photoshop streams of gas and dust and the like from the giant
 
RetsofDate: Monday, 23.01.2012, 02:59 | Message # 4
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Quote (matty406)
I think you should Photoshop streams of gas and dust and the like from the giant

It'd have to be a bit more dramatic that that, at this point their gravity would be ripping each other apart in a blaze of epicness.
 
DevonXDate: Monday, 23.01.2012, 10:55 | Message # 5
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Lol

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SpaceEngineerDate: Monday, 23.01.2012, 11:14 | Message # 6
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Someday I'll implement a planetary collision simulation that can be run on the PC...

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Space_NavyDate: Monday, 23.01.2012, 12:47 | Message # 7
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Someday I'll implement a planetary collision simulation that can be run on the PC...


...little do they know, their computers will spontaneously combust! >:D





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XMINEIROCREEPEIROGENERALXDate: Wednesday, 29.08.2012, 17:29 | Message # 8
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GO SPACE ENGINEER SHOW US MEGAEXPLOSIONS!!!!!!! lololol tongue




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Antza2Date: Wednesday, 29.08.2012, 18:45 | Message # 9
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GO SPACE ENGINEER SHOW US MEGAEXPLOSIONS!!!!!!! lololol

I find your obnoxious use of Caps Lock disturbing...





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AerospacefagDate: Wednesday, 29.08.2012, 19:45 | Message # 10
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That was even in 094 back then, and I took some strangely-looking screenshots.

Then, I spend about 12 hours total trying to find some asteroid that could hit an earth-like planet. Unfortunatel, it seems that I need at least 100 times more planets to look for, because the closest approach I detected with all of my efforts was about 10000 km, whilst the diameter of planet was about 2500 km.
 
Donatelo200Date: Wednesday, 29.08.2012, 20:40 | Message # 11
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Oh i found another pair of colliding planets in 9.6.2.



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Place    "Planetary collision"
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  Parent    ""
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  Rot  (0.05287154993715252, -0.178656873047776, 0.9737029136660395, 0.1311066620668047)
  Date    "2022.06.17 22:14:22.39"
  Vel  6.2687261e-010
  Mode    1
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Place    "ancient small locked ocean"
{

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DoctorOfSpaceDate: Wednesday, 29.08.2012, 20:41 | Message # 12
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Oh i found another pair of colliding planets in 9.6.2.


That reminds me of a moon I found a while back. The moon's orbit went through the middle of its parent gas giant. Wish I had a pic or the location.





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FiahOwlDate: Saturday, 01.09.2012, 14:11 | Message # 13
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One day....




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Edited by FiahOwl - Saturday, 01.09.2012, 14:28
 
XMINEIROCREEPEIROGENERALXDate: Saturday, 01.09.2012, 17:27 | Message # 14
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You're now disturbing me Antza2! fuck

Obrigado pelo código, Donatelo200 (im speaking portugueese lolol).





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Joey_PenguinDate: Sunday, 02.09.2012, 18:49 | Message # 15
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Wonder how long before we see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v....player? devil




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Edited by Joey_Penguin - Sunday, 02.09.2012, 18:57
 
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