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TheOutsiderDate: Thursday, 18.06.2015, 19:31 | Message # 421
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Oh...
Sorry, I didn't notice that)
It's not a mod. This planet is a real place and its strange orbital period probably just a result of incorrect catalog data...
 
SpacepetcompanyDate: Friday, 24.07.2015, 17:18 | Message # 422
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I found this huge 300km comet in a far off system. Can't say I've seen anything like it before so I thought I should post it in this thread.

Location: "RS 8409-1407-8-3048411-560 AC11"





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VilfateDate: Saturday, 25.07.2015, 06:21 | Message # 423
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captured moon with huge orbit a value


Attachments: 4755707.jpg(142Kb) · 4849057.jpg(212Kb)





 
TheGreatAttractorDate: Sunday, 26.07.2015, 00:04 | Message # 424
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I found a quasar!!!
 
CanapinDate: Monday, 27.07.2015, 22:59 | Message # 425
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Hi. This moon is 1765°C, however the closest planet and asteroids are all around 200°C
Any idea how this is possible ?



Place "very warm"
{
Body "RS 0-8-12883045-1027-0-6-242509-739 B3"
Parent "RS 0-8-12883045-1027-0-6-242509-739 B"
Pos (-1.777664189478597e-007, 8.788772102276887e-007, 8.973206132096212e-007)
Rot (0.566372285681007, -0.2569534527273432, -0.6004377466353229, 0.502664768567944)
Date "-5402.00.30 22:51:25.69"
Vel 1.6081726e-008
Mode 1
}

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apenpaapDate: Monday, 27.07.2015, 23:08 | Message # 426
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Runaway tidal heating, the same thing that causes Io's volcanism! However, taking a look at the location myself, the moon is "only" 726 degrees. Are you perhaps using version 0.9.7.2? It had a bug where tidal heating was way stronger than it should be.




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CanapinDate: Tuesday, 28.07.2015, 08:46 | Message # 427
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I am. Thank you for the explanation(s) smile
 
KaiShin98Date: Sunday, 23.08.2015, 17:30 | Message # 428
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In 0.9.7.2, I found a planet with 837 moons. Is this a bug or can it happen normally?

It's at RS 0-8-11084947-460-46-5-8240-241 A4
 
UnnamedDate: Sunday, 23.08.2015, 20:22 | Message # 429
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I just found a cold titan with life.. orbiting a white dwarf!



The white dwarf has a brown dwarf companion but its around 350 AU away so it doesnt affect anything, which means the White dwarf heats it up.
Its the first time i have ever seen this, so im not sure if its actually that rare

EDIT: apparently those planets arent THAT rare, i already found another cold titan with life orbiting another White dwarf, so ill try to find a terra with life orbiting one.





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Edited by Unnamed - Sunday, 23.08.2015, 20:34
 
AlekDate: Monday, 24.08.2015, 00:10 | Message # 430
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EDIT: apparently those planets arent THAT rare, i already found another cold titan with life orbiting another White dwarf, so ill try to find a terra with life orbiting one.


Cold Titans around white dwarves aren't that rare but Terras...Never found one in all the time I've searched.





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HimselfDate: Monday, 21.09.2015, 00:54 | Message # 431
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I found this odd little moon in a distant galaxy. It has the most eccentric orbit of anything I've seen in a tidally locked system.

Apologies for the video quality.


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Edited by Himself - Monday, 21.09.2015, 00:57
 
dudeguy371Date: Thursday, 15.10.2015, 19:40 | Message # 432
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Planet RS-0-6-231458-387-4-0-0-52 A2

This is the most badass planet I've ever seen. It's got a huge red hypergiant orbiting it.
 
Wicker1MDate: Monday, 30.11.2015, 23:17 | Message # 433
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A planetary system consisting of circumbinary worlds orbiting both a hypergiant star and a black hole. Coordinates: RS 9173-4040-0-0-57. One of the worlds is a oceania world. Another of the worlds is a hot gas giant with an oceania moon.
Game version is .973 beta.

Is this even possible?? I would think that the planets would have been vaporized or scorched by the hypergiant.

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Edited by Wicker1M - Monday, 30.11.2015, 23:21
 
WatsisnameDate: Tuesday, 01.12.2015, 01:42 | Message # 434
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Very nice find! Amazing how small a stellar-mass black hole is compared to a hypergiant. :)

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Is this even possible??


Certainly. The hypergiant is very big and bright, but the planets are very far away from it. The intensity of sunlight at the warm Oceania is only ~16% as strong as sunlight here on Earth. It would actually be frozen if not for the strong greenhouse effect from its atmosphere.





 
Wicker1MDate: Tuesday, 01.12.2015, 02:11 | Message # 435
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I think it is rare to find a gas giant planet orbiting both a black hole and a hypergiant star. One would think that the tidal forces and the radiation from the hypergiant would vaporize the planet when the planet was forming.
 
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