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Any Rare Finds?
connorneal2005Date: Saturday, 06.02.2016, 12:24 | Message # 16
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I found potentially a contact binary!


And more
[img]file:///D:/Games/SpaceEngine%200.974%20Beta%20Backup/screenshots/scr00029.jpg[/img]
[img]file:///D:/Games/SpaceEngine%200.974%20Beta%20Backup/screenshots/scr00034.jpg[/img]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contact_binary





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quarior14Date: Saturday, 06.02.2016, 12:35 | Message # 17
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I want not worry but the screenshots, we not see them, did you copy paste your photos of your drive D: your computer link.





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connorneal2005Date: Saturday, 06.02.2016, 15:57 | Message # 18
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Who's ever seen a Triple system containing a neutron star, a black hole and a brown dwarf with 10 planets?

NAME: RS 8409-1353-8-16707441-481 AA

May only work in SE 0.974 patch 08

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Edited by connorneal2005 - Saturday, 06.02.2016, 15:58
 
connorneal2005Date: Saturday, 06.02.2016, 16:06 | Message # 19
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Quote quarior14 ()
I want not worry but the screenshots, we not see them, did you copy paste your photos of your drive D: your computer link.


That wasn't meant to happen :(

I'll link them below

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quarior14Date: Saturday, 06.02.2016, 16:35 | Message # 20
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Good find, I had one with a brown dwarf and a white dwarf. Otherwise what your coordinate your system ?

Me it was in my custom galaxy (Galaxya) but I can no longer find place while I had backed up, he puts found object (RS 10668-204367-8-2198195-99 AAA (Warning, in Milkay Way, the system RS 10668-204367-8-2198195-99 is different, it is a red dwarf)).

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jacobaaronberubeDate: Monday, 07.03.2016, 00:03 | Message # 21
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How do I go to those cords???
 
JackDoleDate: Monday, 07.03.2016, 06:21 | Message # 22
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How do I go to those cords???

You can either click on the magnifying glass icon at the left of the screen, or press F3 to open this search window.


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FastFourierTransformDate: Monday, 07.03.2016, 09:35 | Message # 23
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Quote connorneal2005 ()
I found potentially a contact binary!


Wow that's an X-Ray binary!!
 
simonecinque1992Date: Sunday, 10.04.2016, 17:44 | Message # 24
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I found a Saturn-Like Gas Giant!!! 0.9.7.2
RS 8409-1357-5-22143-329 5

A Beautiful Gas Giant with Life! 0.9.7.4 RC2
RS 8476-918-7-65905-40 A11

The most beautiful Planet I ever found! 0.9.7.4 RC2
RS 0-0-0-430-15494-7-658754-13 A8

Beautiful Gas Giant
RS-8476-1353-8-10943016-1055 A2 0.9.7.4 RC2

Added (10.04.2016, 17:44)
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I found a Double-System with 26 ( surprised ) Planets!!

Place "Double System with 26 Planets"
{
Ver 974
Body "RS 8404-141-8-10868357-79"
Parent ""
Date "2016.05.30 22:04:40.66"
Pos (-0000000000EAB21F7620F61661745BC6 -000000000125B7F0784BD615A5B6881B +00000000013D86C69D0B158CC41D5A7A)
Rot (0.02491901736343426 -0.14001516371502 0.7770866109076623 0.6131159724322476)
Vel 0.00077628624
Mode 1
}

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Edited by simonecinque1992 - Sunday, 10.04.2016, 08:56
 
OstariskDate: Monday, 18.04.2016, 23:36 | Message # 25
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Big barred spiral galaxy in the distance...



Binary Gas giant:



Geometrically Perfect Rings(which are boring, but rare):



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Edited by Ostarisk - Tuesday, 19.04.2016, 03:10
 
HornblowerDate: Tuesday, 19.04.2016, 02:31 | Message # 26
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HIP 62147 8 is...well interesting to say the least. There is a hot gas giant 160 AU away form its orange dwarf star. I believe its heat is from its scorched moon. What an odd thing to find so far away form its star. Any explanations? Go and see for yourself! All logical explanations have escaped my mind. Why is the moon scorched!?!?!?
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OstariskDate: Tuesday, 19.04.2016, 03:07 | Message # 27
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Perhaps it is caused by tidal friction, like Jupiter's moon, Io.
If you studied gravity in the solar system a bit, you would know that Io is geothermally active, as Jupiter's huge tidal forces pull on it, causing friction to heat up the moon internally.

perhaps the same thing is happening to the moon, except that the planet's gravity is waaaay stonger than Jupiter's(otherwise it should just have a few lava lakes and volcanoes here and there).

Planet with no visible features(like Uranus):

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Edited by Ostarisk - Tuesday, 19.04.2016, 03:14
 
HornblowerDate: Tuesday, 19.04.2016, 03:31 | Message # 28
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Perhaps it is caused by tidal friction, like Jupiter's moon, Io.

This is a possible explanation, but how does friction cause this moon to heat up to nearly 1,500 C without tearing it apart?
 
OstariskDate: Tuesday, 19.04.2016, 03:40 | Message # 29
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Quote Hornblower ()
how does friction cause this moon to heat up to nearly 1,500 C without tearing it apart?


I'm not quite sure, but perhaps it will have a slow and freaky death, like how Neptune's moon, Triton, is expected to be slowly pulled apart into a ring system.

i.e, It will take a LONG time to be destroyed






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Edited by Ostarisk - Wednesday, 20.04.2016, 03:31
 
HornblowerDate: Thursday, 21.04.2016, 02:33 | Message # 30
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I found a Hot ice world, which should be impossible because of its self-contradictory title. As you will see in the picture, the planet is HIP 6917 10. Now the search is on for a Scorched Ice World


Edited by Hornblower - Thursday, 21.04.2016, 02:35
 
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