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NickWaterfallDate: Thursday, 17.12.2015, 17:32 | Message # 451
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Quote Brett001 ()
Hot gas giant 421 C° 41.9 AU distance from the parent star? This is inner heating?


Does it have any big moons? If it has big moons maybe it's tidal heating. If not, then it's a bug.
 
Brett001Date: Thursday, 17.12.2015, 17:44 | Message # 452
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No. The biggest moon 2x Earth size. (orbital period 8.8 years rotal period 11h 22min. not tidal locked) IMO the gas giant's 12 Jupiter mass the answer.
 
NickWaterfallDate: Thursday, 17.12.2015, 17:45 | Message # 453
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You could try to find more oddly warm planets and see if there's something they have in common.
 
WatsisnameDate: Thursday, 17.12.2015, 22:27 | Message # 454
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Quote Brett001 ()
IMO the gas giant's 12 Jupiter mass the answer.


Bingo. At just under 13MJ, it's pushing the gas-giant / brown dwarf boundary. It is also only 4 million years old!





 
HimselfDate: Sunday, 14.02.2016, 20:08 | Message # 455
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Never found anything this extreme before. It has to be the farthest planet so far that I have found from its sun. Its moon has an orbital period of more than 1000 years and an orbit comparable in size to that of Saturn.


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parameciumkidDate: Monday, 15.02.2016, 00:01 | Message # 456
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I discovered something interesting last night.
RG 0-0-0-1540 and RG 0-0-0-1126 (I think those are the numbers) are actually brighter than RG 0-0-0-0. So I take back what I said earlier - at least in the latest 0.9.7.4 patch, galaxies are not actually generated and numbered in descending order of luminosity, although a strong correlation does exist.
Perhaps galaxies like these were slated to be dimmer early in the generation process, but became brighter due to intervening parameters like what shape they ended up being and whether they ended up classifying as quasars.

Pics are not necessary - it's just a bunch of numbers anyway. Feel free to go look for yourself if you want xD





Intel HD Graphics 4000 ;P
 
WwadlolDate: Tuesday, 16.02.2016, 16:11 | Message # 457
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Has anyone found a brown dwarf that looks like this?

I have only found 1 so far. I also don't have the coordinates for it, as the game instantly crashed as i took the picture.
 
WatsisnameDate: Tuesday, 16.02.2016, 18:37 | Message # 458
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I also don't have the coordinates for it, as the game instantly crashed as i took the picture.


"Oh, are you taking my picture? You want to bring the rest of your kin here to gaze at me, too? I don't think so!"
*Self destruct*





 
FireintheholeDate: Tuesday, 16.02.2016, 18:50 | Message # 459
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Wwadlol, the coordinates should still be in the journey log. smile




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WatsisnameDate: Tuesday, 16.02.2016, 18:59 | Message # 460
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I frequently forget that, myself. smile




 
RoswellDate: Wednesday, 17.02.2016, 00:57 | Message # 461
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I found a planet with green atmosphere O_O

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How to put a picture in topic ?

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Wicker1MDate: Wednesday, 17.02.2016, 03:35 | Message # 462
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Green atmospheres are quite common in Space Engine.
 
Lucas0231Date: Wednesday, 17.02.2016, 13:36 | Message # 463
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Yes, the planets with chlorine atmosphere has a green sky.
 
WwadlolDate: Wednesday, 17.02.2016, 16:23 | Message # 464
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Fireinthehole, Right, i forgot. RS 8409-1828-8-1856945-124 B
It also has 2 planets with life.
 
RoswellDate: Wednesday, 17.02.2016, 17:29 | Message # 465
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I found that funny Rocky planet, it's entire purple

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Edited by Roswell - Wednesday, 17.02.2016, 23:25
 
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