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LiveLife42Date: Tuesday, 19.03.2013, 03:40 | Message # 136
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This planet is extremely hot 2500K hottest that I found

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HarbingerDawnDate: Tuesday, 19.03.2013, 04:42 | Message # 137
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This planet is extremely hot 2500K hottest that I found

It's also Mickey Mouse.





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TimDate: Tuesday, 19.03.2013, 12:30 | Message # 138
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It's also Mickey Mouse.

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SpyroDate: Monday, 01.04.2013, 21:48 | Message # 139
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Mickey Mouse in a stellar oven...
with stars for ears...
OUCH!





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LiveLife42Date: Thursday, 04.04.2013, 06:43 | Message # 140
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While searching for a interesting multiple star system I stumbled upon this lone brown dwarf which has a habitable Terra orbiting it. Not First tongue
Also the mass of the brown dwarf is 104.11 which I have never seen.
Body "RS 0-6-69455-197-1584-9-67834647-190 1"







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Edited by LiveLife42 - Thursday, 04.04.2013, 15:46
 
VoekoevakaDate: Thursday, 04.04.2013, 08:46 | Message # 141
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A living Terra around a brown dwarf is not so rare :
GoSpeed's Two Lifes around a brown dwarf
Lifeterra Brown Dwarf by Harb.
Kinematic's Brown dwarf with life
My Brown Shelter (found during Harb's challenge).





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LiveLife42Date: Thursday, 04.04.2013, 15:45 | Message # 142
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Ok Nvm happy then




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midtskogenDate: Sunday, 07.04.2013, 16:18 | Message # 143
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What kind of world is this?:

Frozen titan, but it looks like it has large oceans. Something other than water?

EDIT: Although blue as an ocean of water, the colour really reflects the colour of the sky, I suppose, so blue doesn't necessarily mean water. I'm just curious about what the class "frozen titans" in SE is.

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Edited by midtskogen - Sunday, 07.04.2013, 16:27
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 07.04.2013, 16:35 | Message # 144
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Frozen titan, but it looks like it has large oceans. Something other than water?

Titans are ice worlds with liquid hydrocarbons on their surfaces.

Forgive my skepticism, but I find it extremely difficult to believe that you didn't know that.

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Although blue as an ocean of water, the colour really reflects the colour of the sky, I suppose, so blue doesn't necessarily mean water.

It's not blue, toggle the atmosphere. And our ocean actually is blue, water is blue, it does not just reflect the color of the sky.





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Edited by HarbingerDawn - Sunday, 07.04.2013, 16:50
 
midtskogenDate: Sunday, 07.04.2013, 17:01 | Message # 145
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Titans are ice worlds with liquid hydrocarbons on their surfaces.

Forgive my skepticism, but I find it extremely difficult to believe that you didn't know that.

I just find the term confusing. It's not very obvious to me what it is. I understand that "titan" has its name from Saturn's Titan, which has some relatively small areas of liquid hydrocarbons.

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It's not blue, toggle the atmosphere. And our ocean actually is blue, water is blue, it does not just reflect the color of the sky.

It's difficult (and dangerous) to toggle the atmosphere in real life. If water is intrinsicly blue, why is the ocean grey when it's overcast?





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HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 07.04.2013, 17:33 | Message # 146
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It's not very obvious to me what it is

When in doubt, refer to your 0.96 changelog file, thought I don't think it should take very long to commit the term to memory.

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It's difficult (and dangerous) to toggle the atmosphere in real life.

In SE, obviously -_-\

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If water is intrinsicly blue, why is the ocean grey when it's overcast?

Because it does also reflect the sky. But it's a well established fact that water is blue; it scatters shorter wavelengths of light in a manner similar to the atmosphere. You know, there are some people out there who believe that the sky is blue because it is scattering the blue color of the ocean. I'm not joking. Anyway, the point is that the sky is blue and the ocean is blue, and neither needs the other one to be blue because each is intrinsically blue due to its physical properties.





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Edited by HarbingerDawn - Sunday, 07.04.2013, 17:35
 
midtskogenDate: Sunday, 07.04.2013, 18:16 | Message # 147
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When in doubt, refer to your 0.96 changelog file

Ok. Sorry for the stupid question. I wonder whether such worlds with vast hydrocarbon oceans are realistic, though. But they look nice. smile

I grew up with a fascination of Titan, btw. Not for its hydrocarbon lakes (this was in the early 80's, so little was known with any certainty about what was under the haze), but because it was a moon with a thick atmosphere and pressure similar to Earth's, a place in our solar system outside Earth where one could breath and smell the air at least for a short while and not pass out painfully within seconds. One might consider to heat the air somewhat first, though.





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Edited by midtskogen - Sunday, 07.04.2013, 19:21
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Monday, 08.04.2013, 01:25 | Message # 148
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I wonder whether such worlds with vast hydrocarbon oceans are realistic

It's a very safe bet that some do exist somewhere. Titan has large bodies of hydrocarbons, and there's nothing special about it. If it were just a little colder and a little wetter then huge parts of its surface would be liquid. Worlds like that are probably fairly common in the universe.

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One might consider to heat the air somewhat first, though.

heh probably a good idea cool





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midtskogenDate: Thursday, 02.05.2013, 21:57 | Message # 149
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I am thinking that aurorae in 0.97 shift and move way too slow. A 5x-10x speedup would make it more realistic IMO.




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MannaroThePatientDate: Tuesday, 07.05.2013, 21:18 | Message # 150
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Doesnt know if this is an anomaly, a bug or simply a lucky shot, but i found a terra orbiting around a desert and that terra (moon) is actually LARGER than the main body!


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Edited by MannaroThePatient - Tuesday, 07.05.2013, 21:18
 
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