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Donatelo200Date: Friday, 22.08.2014, 21:16 | Message # 271
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I have some rather large anomalies.

First up a Terra that is perfectly habitable....... Except for the fact that the surface gravity is four times that of Earth. So good luck standing.


Next up is a Terra with an atmosphere OVER 9000!!! 10552Atm to be exact.


Lastly the largest solid object I've found yet. At 2.58x Earth's radius this thing is a monster.

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Edited by Donatelo200 - Friday, 22.08.2014, 21:21
 
20KDate: Saturday, 23.08.2014, 19:34 | Message # 272
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Hello! I've been following this forum for a few days, and I decided to register today so I could post this image. I am aware that you can take screenshots with interface with Control + f11, but for some reason, that combination does not work on my laptop, even though taking screenshots with just f11 does work. Anyway, here is the image:



I'm not sure if this would be considered an anomaly, but I found it a bit odd to find a planet with life at only 20 Kelvin. It is definitely the coldest planet with life I've found so far.

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JoeCapricornDate: Friday, 05.09.2014, 03:23 | Message # 273
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Being that 20 Kelvin is the coldest temperature you'll see in Space Engine (for now), that's the coldest planet you'll ever find.

It's kind of annoying to see so many gas/ice giants or ice planets with life that's at 20 Kelvin. The occasional one would be interesting but they seem to be like a dime a dozen.

Now, what I'm interested in is the hottest planet with life. So far, 400 Kelvin is the hottest I've found. Has anyone found anything hotter?

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Donatelo200Date: Friday, 05.09.2014, 12:36 | Message # 274
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Yep there is an entire thread on the hottest planets here and the current record is 479K. smile




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ArathiDate: Friday, 19.09.2014, 21:55 | Message # 275
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Here is a planet with moon's shadow:


And here is that shadow from the surface:
 
Zaddy23Date: Thursday, 09.10.2014, 00:15 | Message # 276
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Quote Arathi ()
And here is that shadow from the surface:

That's no moon shadow! that's a UFO!





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WwadlolDate: Saturday, 11.10.2014, 08:43 | Message # 277
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A few anomalies..

Wide Rings:

Snow covered titan:


Diamond encrusted surface:


Blue life:
 
Zaddy23Date: Sunday, 12.10.2014, 23:58 | Message # 278
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Quote Wwadlol ()
Blue life:


Oh cool! I've only ever found green and purple. Even my 1 and only floaters gas planet was greenish:


It may not come through well on some monitors, I can see the greenish tint on only 1 of my 2 monitors.

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HarbingerDawnDate: Monday, 13.10.2014, 00:23 | Message # 279
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Quote Zaddy23 ()
I can see the greenish tint on only 1 of my 2 monitors.

Then that's the monitor you need to adjust, because it's definitely not greenish. Anyway, gas giant colors are independent of whether they have life.





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Zaddy23Date: Monday, 13.10.2014, 01:16 | Message # 280
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Quote HarbingerDawn ()
gas giant colors are independent of whether they have life.

Ah, ok TIL.





Along with fezes and bowties, brown dwarves are cool.
 
RockoRocksDate: Tuesday, 21.10.2014, 20:57 | Message # 281
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Today I went to M22 and went to a random star, and found this interesting moon:
It looks a lot like our Moon, Luna. Even the Lunar mare shapes are somewhat alike!

Compare to our moon:

Surface export
$IMAGE1$
Note : the colours may look a bit different for you because I have a custom planet palette.

Code
Place    "Luna Twin"
{
   Body    "RS 8409-479-7-2084544-5 A4.4"
   Parent    "RS 8409-479-7-2084544-5 A4"
   Pos  (-4.829076103839841e-011, -1.389023442164954e-010, 2.04617642111677e-010)
   Rot  (0.9468305740492943, 0.2983614578179235, -0.07044038607105363, -0.09762405720112402)
   Date    "2014.10.07 20:18:23.32"
   Vel  2.5198064e-012
   Mode    1
}

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Edited by RockoRocks - Tuesday, 21.10.2014, 20:59
 
Stargate38Date: Saturday, 25.10.2014, 14:34 | Message # 282
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That's very close. I've never seen a moon that looks like our Moon.
 
JCandeiasDate: Saturday, 25.10.2014, 18:23 | Message # 283
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Quote Stargate38 ()
That's very close. I've never seen a moon that looks like our Moon.


You have to use custom planet palettes to get these results. But if you do, plenty of them pop up at de adecuate temperature range.





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giftDate: Thursday, 30.10.2014, 20:01 | Message # 284
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Space anomalies I can create an SCP that's a planet that can change it's properties like change itself from a gas giant to a rocky planet.

Edited by gift - Thursday, 30.10.2014, 20:02
 
Billy_MayesDate: Thursday, 30.10.2014, 20:53 | Message # 285
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gift, this thread is about anomalies you actually find in the simulator itself. The off-topic thread would be a better place for this.




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