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WatsisnameDate: Tuesday, 20.01.2015, 22:19 | Message # 361
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698 of them are debris. smile Pretty neat find; I've seen lots of debris rings around gas giants, and lots of gas giant moons with life, but I don't think I've found both together before.




 
DodecahedronDate: Thursday, 29.01.2015, 01:46 | Message # 362
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This is HIP 17426 8 which has a rather interesting storm.



Pardon the cutoff.
By the way, the normal cloud color is white.

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griffisjared520Date: Saturday, 31.01.2015, 03:06 | Message # 363
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I discovered this strange moon orbit around a tidal locked terra with life and this dwarf moon has a extremely close orbit with this desert moon. only 10 km to hit the moons atmosphere. the start is hip 15720.
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SpyroDate: Saturday, 31.01.2015, 17:28 | Message # 364
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Wow. An asteroid that ignores planetary SOIs and orbits along unperturbed, defies common sense, looks like it has a beard, and even casts a perfectly circular shadow!
Horray for beta modes, unimplemented orbit evolution, Roche limits being only calculated for debris rings, no atmospheric drag on planetary bodies, and most of all direct violations of the physics of photons and/or their absence!
You've basically summed up all of the few details of this game that don't work perfectly yet. And it's a catalog planet, too! Bravo!

Now for my entry: A very cold and small brown dwarf with a little selena orbiting it.

But one thing: It's not a brown dwarf. And it's not even a hot Jupiter/hot Neptune. In fact it's a cold giant.
Night side:

Day side:

I'm pretty sure it has nothing to do with my lava settings, because here is its selena; warmer than its parent and shows no signs of either volcanoes or lava even with the lava brightness settings all the way up.

So how did this happen, especially because its moons are too small to heat it up?

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Edited by Spyro - Saturday, 31.01.2015, 17:52
 
VocenaeDate: Saturday, 31.01.2015, 21:54 | Message # 365
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Here's a strange asteroid that, despite being 2.416 AU from the system's single star and orbits at a large distance from it's parent planet (which is itself a cold desert), is still considered scorched and is quite...magmatic at 6255 celsius, which is a whopping 11,291 in fahrenheit.


 
SpyroDate: Saturday, 31.01.2015, 22:00 | Message # 366
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SpaceEngineer already said that this is a bug, and that tidally superheated objects will be fixed in the next version. I haven't seen an asteroid like that though, nice find! I'll see if I can find one now...

EDIT: Wait, was that your 100th post? Congrats, dude!





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Edited by Spyro - Saturday, 31.01.2015, 22:01
 
QuontexDate: Sunday, 01.02.2015, 02:52 | Message # 367
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Quote Vocenae ()
Here's a strange asteroid that, despite being 2.416 AU from the system's single star and orbits at a large distance from it's parent planet (which is itself a cold desert), is still considered scorched and is quite...magmatic at 6255 celsius, which is a whopping 11,291 in fahrenheit.

Could is be a recent impact? Impacts could heat an object like that up but there would be debris around the asteroid.





 
VocenaeDate: Sunday, 01.02.2015, 04:46 | Message # 368
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Well, apparently it is a well documented bug, but considering that it was alone and pretty far from the parent planet, I wouldn't say so. The thing was stupid bright as well, from orbit around the parent planet the thing was like a beacon in the distance, which is what made me go look at it in the first place.
 
TheOutsiderDate: Sunday, 01.02.2015, 10:59 | Message # 369
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This cold gas giant looks normal to me)

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NolDate: Wednesday, 04.02.2015, 13:37 | Message # 370
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Is it weird that I found a Planet with both Organic and Exotic Life? RS 0-9-45647453-2029-3-6-134272-105 B7


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abyssoftDate: Wednesday, 04.02.2015, 14:33 | Message # 371
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@Nol what version are you using as that world is a Cold Ice world for me 0.9.7.2.
 
NolDate: Wednesday, 04.02.2015, 14:45 | Message # 372
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abyssoft, I'm using the 0.9.7.2 too.




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Zwei - Hier kommt die Sonne
Drei - Sie ist der hellste Stern von allen
Vier - Hier kommt die Sonne"

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Nutt007Date: Saturday, 07.02.2015, 04:20 | Message # 373
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wat


It gets weirder:


The system has a SMa of 138.4 AU



Edited by Nutt007 - Saturday, 07.02.2015, 04:21
 
DodecahedronDate: Thursday, 19.02.2015, 17:19 | Message # 374
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A temporary single star (A G2V star Embedded in an M8III Star)



Star name is RS 8414-7-3-0-7





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Edited by Dodecahedron - Thursday, 19.02.2015, 17:21
 
VoekoevakaDate: Friday, 27.02.2015, 18:59 | Message # 375
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The biggest non-star object is a moon ???


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