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NovaSiliskoDate: Wednesday, 16.01.2013, 02:13 | Message # 91
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Found another weird thing... red giant with an asteroid belt that goes inside of it.



 
smjjamesDate: Tuesday, 22.01.2013, 19:28 | Message # 92
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Not so much an anomaly than it is something that is unique and rare in SE, a binary pair of supergiant stars. I've never seen any giant/supergiant stars that are in a binary with another giant/supergiant star in SE before.


The pair have masses of 23 and 14.5 solar masses while the blue main sequence star comes in at 34 solar masses and 25 times the size of the sun, making it a giant among main sequence stars.

Place "binary supergiants"
{
Body "RS 0-5-16592-1259-1840-0-0-0 BB"
Parent ""
Pos (-0.0002881330517553969, 4.579025937133315e-005, 8.720953956314133e-005)
Rot (-0.2340403283435695, 0.5497628953446859, 0.09066863082261244, -0.796721458852349)
Date "2013.01.22 18:11:08.17"
Vel 4.848137e-006
Mode 1
}

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TimDate: Tuesday, 22.01.2013, 21:55 | Message # 93
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According to my SE, this is a red luminous supergiant and a blue main sequence star. No binary giants involved...
 
apenpaapDate: Tuesday, 22.01.2013, 22:42 | Message # 94
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I see the binary supergiant, it's a very cool find. And very impressive when you turn on the orbits and realise these stars' orbits around their barycenter are similar is size to Jupiter and Saturn's around our Sun... Puts these stars' sizes into perspective surprised




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werdnaforeverDate: Thursday, 24.01.2013, 05:57 | Message # 95
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A frozen terra with life!



This is .96, and I guess we don't really see these too often anymore.

Place "Planet Frozen terra with life!!!"
{
Body "RS 0-5-14628-655-4089-6-170385-104 11"
Parent ""
Pos (6.537688374062649e-010, -8.654272849566158e-011, -8.501707108492587e-010)
Rot (0.2194434594117974, 0.7739939492936707, 0.544066328007808, 0.2382640663345393)
Date "2013.01.19 10:50:09.15"
Vel 7.1186979e-010
Mode 1
}

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Edited by werdnaforever - Thursday, 24.01.2013, 05:58
 
expandoDate: Thursday, 24.01.2013, 09:39 | Message # 96
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Just says cold terra with life.

I really like cold terras though. I always wanted to live in Anartica. Apparently it is full of mysteries as well.

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Edited by expando - Thursday, 24.01.2013, 09:41
 
TimDate: Thursday, 24.01.2013, 17:28 | Message # 97
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I thought the parameters for life were between warm and cool? This one must have an irregular orbit.
 
apenpaapDate: Thursday, 24.01.2013, 17:37 | Message # 98
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^It is, but on planets with strongly elliptic orbits there can still be life if it goes through the temperate zone. In previous versions there was also a bug that caused life to appear on Cold and sometimes Frozen terras as well, but I'm pretty sure it's been fixed entirely.




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TimDate: Thursday, 24.01.2013, 17:41 | Message # 99
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I believe I read that bug got fixed.
 
werdnaforeverDate: Thursday, 24.01.2013, 17:50 | Message # 100
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Quote (apenpaap)
but I'm pretty sure it's been fixed entirely.

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I believe I read that bug got fixed.

I hate to break this to you guys, but ...


Edited by werdnaforever - Thursday, 24.01.2013, 17:52
 
TimDate: Thursday, 24.01.2013, 19:05 | Message # 101
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I hate to break this to you, but we stated earlier that it's still possible in high elleptic orbits that pass through the temperate zone...
 
werdnaforeverDate: Thursday, 24.01.2013, 19:07 | Message # 102
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I hate to break this to you, but we stated earlier that it's still possible in high elleptic orbits that pass through the temperate zone...

I know..... I wasn't trying to offend.

I wonder if there are any scorched terras with life?
 
DoctorOfSpaceDate: Thursday, 24.01.2013, 19:19 | Message # 103
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I wonder if there are any scorched terras with life?

Closest I ever found was a Scorched Oceania with life. I've found really hot Terras but no scorched sad





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apenpaapDate: Thursday, 24.01.2013, 20:00 | Message # 104
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It seems to me that elliptic orbit planets with life should only be when they go into colder regions, not warmer. I could imagine the entire biosphere going into long hibernation when the planet leaves the temperate zone to Cold and Frozen regions, but if the planet went to Hot and Scorched regions instead, it would just lose its atmosphere, the seas would boil away, and all life would incinerate, even if it was hibernating. I don't think SE makes this distinction, though.




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InfinityseedDate: Thursday, 31.01.2013, 03:55 | Message # 105
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Hello all,

Perhaps this doesn't qualify as an anomaly, but I thought it interesting and didn't know where better to post it. A 15-star system with a blackhole counting as one of the 15. I'm not sure what to call it, actually, as I don't know all the naming conventions. I don't see any planets at all. Not surprising I suppose. Anyway, enough chatter. Here are some of the images I captured:



From my initial angle of approach I think it kind of looks like a lightning bolt.



Image showing orbits.



Data for all 15 stars.



GUI label says Black Hole (15x Multiple). And if you add it to the locations menu, the default label says something like 15x Multiple Star X.

I don't understand how this is typically handled, but if I could contribute a suggestion for naming it, I was thinking about the lightning bolt thingy, and elektron in Greek... one thing led to another and I came up with Phosphorus, the Light Bringer for the black hole, an ironic name, and since the atomic number of Phosphorus is 15, I think it's kind of fitting. If that's already used, then maybe call it Potter's star after a certain fictional character we all know. tongue LOL

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