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Chemical Composition Excel Sheet
Stab74Date: Tuesday, 30.06.2015, 20:43 | Message # 16
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Quote Alek ()
and perhaps make a small percentage of the gas/ice giants to be rocky-type elements since all gas giants, in theory, have a hard rocky/icy core at the center.


That's true but I look at this list as elements that could potentially be exploited for ISRU. Whatever elements may be in the core of gas giants is so deep and under such tremendous pressure as to render them inaccessible.
 
AlekDate: Wednesday, 01.07.2015, 04:41 | Message # 17
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I understand. Just a suggestion for things like this that consider the conplete makeup of a planet.

I also notice that H and He should be added for ice giants, but it's not critical as thesr elsements ate abundant anyway.

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I understand. Just a suggestion for things like this that consider the conplete makeup of a planet.

I also notice that H and He should be added for ice giants, but it's not critical as thesr elsements ate abundant anyway.

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MikaaDate: Thursday, 17.09.2015, 07:16 | Message # 18
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Sorry guys, I have been very busy with my PhD but now I have some holidays coming to work on a new version !

I want it to be scientifically credible, therefore, if you are willing to help, I would need a database of elements present in each layer (atmosphere / core / surface and maybe minerals) for each kind of planet displayed in SE !

I will release the new version as a small program rather than dealing with these complicated excel sheets.


Edited by Mikaa - Thursday, 17.09.2015, 07:18
 
Ettore_bilboDate: Thursday, 17.09.2015, 14:41 | Message # 19
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I had an idea: if you use the name of a planet like a seed, it would be possible to create a procedurally generated chart that return the same values for everyone...
 
MikaaDate: Thursday, 17.09.2015, 17:49 | Message # 20
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That was actually the plan wink
 
ConquestiDate: Friday, 29.01.2016, 15:00 | Message # 21
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How I can use an Excel document with Space Engine?

Edited by Conquesti - Friday, 29.01.2016, 15:01
 
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