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HarbingerDawnDate: Saturday, 29.12.2012, 03:36 | Message # 61
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I did say of the standard (as in not dwarf) planets

Yes, but subsequently mentioning Pluto-Charon was a bit confusing.





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Jabberwockxeno6109Date: Saturday, 12.01.2013, 17:41 | Message # 62
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Wait, what's so odd about the sickly green atompshere? Aren;t the atompsjere colors already random, more or less?

Anyways, don't know if this is an anomaly, but I found a system where the 2 stars orbit around a planet, not the other way around. Thought that was neat.
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Saturday, 12.01.2013, 17:48 | Message # 63
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Aren;t the atompsjere colors already random, more or less?

There are pre-made atmosphere models that are more or less randomly assigned, though I think some (like the green one) have only a certain probability.

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Anyways, don't know if this is an anomaly, but I found a system where the 2 stars orbit around a planet, not the other way around. Thought that was neat.

That would be the anomaly to end all anomalies! I sure hope you saved that location so you can share it!





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smjjamesDate: Saturday, 12.01.2013, 22:59 | Message # 64
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Anyways, don't know if this is an anomaly, but I found a system where the 2 stars orbit around a planet, not the other way around. Thought that was neat.

That would be the anomaly to end all anomalies! I sure hope you saved that location so you can share it!


Yeah, that'd be one heck of a glitch.





 
Jabberwockxeno6109Date: Sunday, 13.01.2013, 23:14 | Message # 65
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That would be the anomaly to end all anomalies! I sure hope you saved that location so you can share it!



I recorded video of it.

It doesn't exactly orbit the planet, but the whole's systems center of rotation happens to be along where the planet is, so it "looks" like it does.

Were does Space engine put recorded video, anyways?








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Edited by Jabberwockxeno6109 - Sunday, 13.01.2013, 23:19
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 13.01.2013, 23:18 | Message # 66
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Were does Space engine put recorded video, anyways?

screenshots/capture And it's not video, it's a sequence of raw frames that you must compile using external software to make a video.

If you still have it, please share the location code with us so that we may visit it also. That would be far easier than sharing a video.





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anonymousgamerDate: Sunday, 13.01.2013, 23:18 | Message # 67
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SE/screenshots/capture

EDIT: Aww you ninja.





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Edited by anonymousgamer - Sunday, 13.01.2013, 23:18
 
Jabberwockxeno6109Date: Sunday, 13.01.2013, 23:20 | Message # 68
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screenshots/capture And it's not video, it's a sequence of raw frames that you must compile using external software to make a video.

If you still have it, please share the location code with us so that we may visit it also. That would be far easier than sharing a video.



Ah, thought so.

I'll make it into a GIF.
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 13.01.2013, 23:20 | Message # 69
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So do you still have the location code?




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Jabberwockxeno6109Date: Sunday, 13.01.2013, 23:35 | Message # 70
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So do you still have the location code?


It'll be in the gif.

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NovaSiliskoDate: Monday, 14.01.2013, 00:12 | Message # 71
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... that's because you've set the camera to follow the planet.
 
anonymousgamerDate: Monday, 14.01.2013, 00:15 | Message # 72
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HarbingerDawnDate: Monday, 14.01.2013, 00:38 | Message # 73
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That is not stars circling a planet, it's a planet circling a pair of stars, and circumbinary planets are not rare.





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Jabberwockxeno6109Date: Monday, 14.01.2013, 05:18 | Message # 74
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... that's because you've set the camera to follow the planet.


If I did, i assure you it was accidental.
 
LiveLife42Date: Monday, 14.01.2013, 09:21 | Message # 75
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This has to be an anomaly.

This planet has an extremely elliptical orbit and it has life.
Going from a frigid 76.138 K(-197.012 C)(-322.6216 F) to a comforting 280.58 K(7.43 C)(45.374 F)



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