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Some interesting finds of mine
anonymousgamerDate: Thursday, 21.06.2012, 17:13 | Message # 1
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MASSIVE TERRA

I have no idea how big terras get in this game, but this is the largest I have ever seen, and by a lot. Its diameter is 20626.97 km with 3.6935 g's. Earth in comparison is 12756.28 km. Every other terra I have seen is smaller than Earth. For the added rarity bonus it has rings, a 47 degree axial tilt and two suns.

OCEANIA.... WITH LAND?


Up until this point all Oceania's I have seen were completely covered in water. This one has a significant chunk of land. The second screenshot also shows a rare clear sky.

DUAL BROWN DWARFS

Two brown dwarfs in close proximity orbiting a third star, a red dwarf. I have no idea how rare this is so don't judge.

RED DWARF BIGGER THAN ORANGE DWARF

I saw this and brainfarted. The orange dwarf is 1196000 km wide and the red dwarf is 1359000 km wide. The orange dwarf is tons denser, though.

ODD PLANET GLITCHES


Weird tiny cliffs. How I managed to spot them I still have no clue.

PLANET POSSIBLE SUITED FOR HUMAN LIFE

Not sure about the atmosphere, but everything else but the length of a year (412 earth years) seems ok. Its rotation is 1.356 days, so no major adjustments in your sleeping there. Its gravity is 0.91639 so you'd quickly get used to it. It's atmo pressure is 1.652, which I'm quite sure is fine. And with the greenhouse effect taken in to account, it's temp is 334.77 K which is toasty so probably living closer to the poles would be more comfortable. There's ice at the poles, so it's definitely cold enough.

P.S. How do I find neutron stars?

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SolarisDate: Thursday, 21.06.2012, 17:46 | Message # 2
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great finds anonymousgamer, very enjoyable to watch. I've never saw any dual brown dwarfs yet smile
I have found some weird cliff too :


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Edited by Solaris - Thursday, 21.06.2012, 17:49
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Thursday, 21.06.2012, 17:50 | Message # 3
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This one has a significant chunk of land.
Oceanias often have ice. And that does look rather like ice.

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How do I find neutron stars
The best way is to find a supernova remnant. They will often have neutron stars at their centers.





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apenpaapDate: Thursday, 21.06.2012, 17:59 | Message # 4
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How massive is your massive terra? You only posted the size, not the mass too. wink Anyway, the bug with red dwarfs being huge is apparently caused by the procedural generation not realising they emit most of their light in infrared and only a little bit in visual light.

By the way, I'd love to visit all these places, do you have their names?





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anonymousgamerDate: Thursday, 21.06.2012, 18:11 | Message # 5
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I'm not sure what the mass units are, but it's 9.6574 somethings.

If I'm correct I'm using 0.95, not 0.95.1, so you might not have these locations....

Massive terra: RS 10534-1829-9-85420834-9 3
Oceania with land: RS 10534-1836-8-946117-8 B8
Brown Dwarfs: RS 10534-1389-9-95000251-1736 BA Btw, the system also consists of mostly Oceania planets, which I though was weird.
Red dwarf Orange dwarf confusion: RS 10534-1389-6-185547-127
Planet possibly suited for human......... interference: RS 10534-1389-1-5-28 6
Planet surface glitch (I am warning you, they are very very small and hard to spot): RS 10534-1836-9-12680673-5 B3





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apenpaapDate: Thursday, 21.06.2012, 18:25 | Message # 6
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Wow, that terra is indeed massive: the units are Earth masses. I believe the switch from terrestrial planet to ice giant happens at 10 Earth masses in SE, so that's very close to the upper limit.

The oceania's land is indeed a polar cap.

The brown dwarf system is quite cool and unusual. I really like how the weaker brown dwarf is actually illuminated by the brighter one, and the planet the brighter one has is lighted in a quite odd way.





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