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planethunter13Date: Saturday, 07.07.2012, 20:03 | Message # 1
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ok got a big question.
what is a titan planet/moon
can i get a pic what it looks like?
just want to know

i thinking it's like a planet with oil as oceans, right?
 
apenpaapDate: Saturday, 07.07.2012, 21:19 | Message # 2
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They're worlds like Titan; with liquid carbohydrates on the surface. You can often find them in the outer parts of solar systems; sometimes they have thick layers of clouds like Titan, sometimes they don't. You asked for pics, so here's some pics from RS 8403-141-7-449507-152 10:




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planethunter13Date: Saturday, 07.07.2012, 21:20 | Message # 3
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ok thanks i thought they look like the moon titan
and is that a titan storm i see?
 
apenpaapDate: Saturday, 07.07.2012, 21:31 | Message # 4
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Well, they do look like Titan; but they look like Titan's surface, they don't neccessarily have the same atmosphere. Much like how some terras have thick, very cloudy atmospheres that colour the entire planet brown, unlike Earth. Part of why SpaceEngine is so awesome is the incredible diversity, after all.

And yeah, it does seem to have a bit of a depression in the atmosphere there, though it's pretty calm other than that single spot.





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planethunter13Date: Saturday, 07.07.2012, 21:33 | Message # 5
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ok so ummm so i now i get these exoplanets for a while and i wanted to know about one of my favorite exoplanets 51 peg b looks like because i study about 51 peg b for a while(of course the 1st exoplanet discovered in 1995)

I mean to say i study 51 peg b alot
 
apenpaapDate: Saturday, 07.07.2012, 21:42 | Message # 6
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Well, 51 Pegasi b is in SpaceEngine, like quite a lot of exoplanets that have been found. You can find it by entering its name into the F3 search window. When you get there you need to lower the exposure a bit with the , key, because it's so close to its sun the light makes it overexposed.




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planethunter13Date: Saturday, 07.07.2012, 21:51 | Message # 7
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yes the planet is too close to the host star which make the planet about 1000 or 2000 ->degress<-(if i spelled it right) on that place so it is a hell hole in that scorched planet and by the way cna i get a pic of 51 peg b
p.s. scientist think when 51 peg early solar system, they think there was a gravitational effect with 51 peg b and the other planet,then 51 peg b was thrown closer to 51 peg.I'M SMART(am I?)

i mean can

i spelled wrong cause i was not paying attention to screen sry wacko
 
apenpaapDate: Saturday, 07.07.2012, 21:59 | Message # 8
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Doesn't SpaceEngine work for you? In any case, sure, here you go. By the way, posting several times in a row is generally frowned upon on forums; if you want to add something to your old post, you can press the Edit button under it, which will let you add stuff to it. Anyway your pics:






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planethunter13Date: Saturday, 07.07.2012, 22:07 | Message # 9
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MY GOD THE SUN IS SO HUGE(i know that the planets close) thanks for some pic anyway.
planethunter13 out. cool

and p.s. no, well our solar system works but no most of it does not work. im trying to get it to work.

GOOD THING THE SPACE SHIPS WORK.THANK THE LORD

[Moderator Warning]: planethunter13, why do you keep making multiple contiguous posts? This is a violation of the forum rules. Apenpaap has told you how to edit a post if you need to add something. Consistently poor spelling and grammar is a violation of the forum guidelines as well. Please try to use proper English in the future. If you're using a browser like Firefox, make sure that spell checking is enabled. Read the forum rules here.
 
aryoseno11Date: Thursday, 12.07.2012, 13:55 | Message # 10
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lol huge sun




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