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Any Rare Finds?
CallMeCatmanDate: Friday, 24.04.2015, 22:28 | Message # 1
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I'm talking super uncommon, eg. Systems with >7 Suns or >30 planets, maybe binary black holes. post what you've found.

Here are some of my finds:

RS 8409-1389-8-12033702-835 (Binary Black Hole w/ White Dwarf)
RS 8409-1353-8-12565497-1048 (System with 6 Life Planets)
NGC 4438 (Two really close by Spiral Galaxies)
RS 0-7-1835009-296-393-8-3996645-106 (System w/ 33 Planets)
 
IanTheGuyDate: Tuesday, 09.06.2015, 17:20 | Message # 2
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Quote CallMeCatman ()
NGC 4438


Thats a catalog galaxy, the rest are amazing.





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Edited by IanTheGuy - Tuesday, 09.06.2015, 17:20
 
AlekDate: Thursday, 11.06.2015, 13:40 | Message # 3
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Oh my gosh, I just found this cray system of a Red Hypergiant of 8 AU diameter, and a black hole, and this whole system has three major planets!!

RS code:

RS 4282-3145-0-0-1652





Living among the stars, I find my way. I grow in strength through knowledge of the space I occupy, until I become the ruler of my own interstellar empire of sorts. Though The world was made for the day, I was made for the night, and thus, the universe itself is within my destiny.
 
waterlubberDate: Thursday, 23.07.2015, 19:45 | Message # 4
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Found a nice binary Hypergiant/Black Hole system. 11 AU diameter on the hypergiant, and 25 solar mass black hole.

Here's the location.
Place "Binary Black Hole/Hypergiant System"
{
Body "RS 0-2-35-698-7570-0-0-878 B"
Parent "RS 0-2-35-698-7570-0-0-878"
Pos (-1.181642280063174e-009, -5.668742641636894e-010, -2.059415153926429e-009)
Rot (0.3005248775604213, 0.8685737365817901, -0.294290800788946, -0.262025545813079)
Date "2015.07.29 20:41:26.94"
Vel 1.641759e-009
Mode 1
}

Copy that and paste it in game, or just use the RS code of RS 0-2-35-698-7570-0-0-878





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timlehmannayDate: Saturday, 25.07.2015, 13:14 | Message # 5
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Galaxy "The eye"

RG 0-0-0-1604
 
DraconiatorDate: Tuesday, 18.08.2015, 17:20 | Message # 6
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Hey I'm new...not a rare find but I DID find a 0.945 ESI planet

It orbits an M2 Red Dwarf in the Andromeda galaxy

 
AlienartDate: Sunday, 08.11.2015, 03:59 | Message # 7
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Quote waterlubber ()
Copy that and paste it in game, or just use the RS code of RS 0-2-35-698-7570-0-0-878


Thanks -- but paste where in the game? I've tried everything, reading the manual, pulling up F6 locations, the star map, ship controls. Nothing seems to work. I'm must be missing something obvious to everyone else.
 
WatsisnameDate: Sunday, 08.11.2015, 06:11 | Message # 8
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Alienart, use F3. smile




 
AlienartDate: Sunday, 08.11.2015, 13:55 | Message # 9
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Quote Watsisname ()
Alienart, use F3. smile


Ah! I was actually using an older version of SE where I think this wasn't implemented. F3 does work fine now.
 
KobyDate: Monday, 16.11.2015, 15:29 | Message # 10
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I've been looking for a terra with rings for quite a long time. Are they not generated randomly anymore in 9.7? Or are they just extremely rare?

Added (16.11.2015, 15:29)
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I know that terras with rings used to generate in the last version of space engine.

System with 36 planets RS 0-6-201289-491-2299-8-16708258-78

 
steeljaw354Date: Sunday, 06.12.2015, 18:22 | Message # 11
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I once found a few scorched titans all with huge moons close in same with hot terras and hot ice worlds.
 
AlienartDate: Saturday, 02.01.2016, 15:04 | Message # 12
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Hey, fellow explorers.

Is this a rare find? Probably not, but it's the first of its kind I've seen and others should get to see it too. Though it looks like a comet, I think it's a giant planet with its atmosphere being blown away by heat or solar wind. (RS 8409-1357-5-6685-312 3)



It looks pretty cool form one of its moons too.

 
FireintheholeDate: Saturday, 02.01.2016, 15:09 | Message # 13
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Quote Alienart ()
Hey, fellow explorers.

Is this a rare find? Probably not, but it's the first of its kind I've seen and others should get to see it too. Though it looks like a comet, I think it's a giant planet with its atmosphere being blown away by heat or solar wind. (RS 8409-1357-5-6685-312 3)

Evaporating planets are common. They usually occur around yellow and red giants.





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AlienartDate: Saturday, 02.01.2016, 15:53 | Message # 14
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Quote Fireinthehole ()
Evaporating planets are common. They usually occur around yellow and red giants.


Oh, that explains it. I've usually only explored main sequence and dwarf stars looking for the less hostile environments. Thanks for clarifying.
 
ZefnolyDate: Thursday, 14.01.2016, 15:03 | Message # 15
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I found a binary system where it is planetary systems around gas giants orbiting both stars. And then it is planets orbiting these stars alone.

Ver 974
Body "RS 8409-3147-8-16169158-593 B"
Parent "RS 8409-3147-8-16169158-593"



Also There is this galaxy nearly empty of stars surrounded by spherical Green nebula's. These nebula's used to have white dwarfs in the center of them but these stars was removed in later updates:(

Body "RSN 0-9-15263317-4-36-0"






A creature from a planet found far on the other side of Milkyway, found on a planet orbiting a gas giant.


Edited by Zefnoly - Thursday, 14.01.2016, 15:03
 
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