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COMMUNITY ADDON - Double/Multiple Asteroids fixes for SE
JackDoleDate: Monday, 06.06.2016, 12:07 | Message # 76
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Quote Silicon ()
Is there a way to reload modifications made to .sc files without restarting SE?

No, because the internal database and the hierarchy of the objects would have to be rebuild each time by SpaceEngine.





Don't forget to look here.

 
Lucas0231Date: Monday, 06.06.2016, 16:04 | Message # 77
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It's in SolarSys.sc, with Eris, Haumea and the other planets. Eventually if some other big candidate will be declared dwarf planet, it should be moved in SolarSys.sc and from the list as well.

Ok.
 
SiliconDate: Monday, 06.06.2016, 17:15 | Message # 78
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Quote Lucas0231 ()

Surface
{
SurfStyle 0.148692
OceanStyle 0.483344
Randomize (0.384, -0.888, 0.529)
colorDistMagn 0.534739
colorDistFreq 0.00535631
detailScale 81.92
colorConversion true
drivenDarkening -1
seaLevel -1
snowLevel 1
tropicLatitude 0.111391
icecapLatitude 1
icecapHeight 0
climatePole 0.9375
climateTropic 0.3125
climateEquator 0.6875
heightTempGrad 0.625
tropicWidth 0.07
mainFreq 0.667115
venusFreq 0
venusMagn 0
mareFreq -1.#IND
mareDensity 0
terraceProb 0.42133
erosion 0
montesMagn 0.451666
montesFreq 3.32822
montesSpiky 0.935707
montesFraction 0.374968
dunesMagn 0
dunesFreq 0
dunesFraction 0
hillsMagn 0
hillsFreq 0.02634
hillsFraction 0.513837
hills2Fraction 0
riversMagn 0
riversFreq 0
riversSin 0
riversOctaves 0
canyonsMagn 0
canyonsFreq 0
canyonFraction 0
cracksMagn 0
cracksFreq 0
cracksOctaves 0
craterMagn 0.265351
craterFreq 0.230693
craterDensity 0.808872
craterOctaves 9
craterRayedFactor 0
volcanoMagn 0
volcanoFreq 0
volcanoDensity 0
volcanoOctaves 0
volcanoActivity 0
volcanoFlows 0
volcanoRadius 5
volcanoTemp 1737.08
lavaCoverTidal 0
lavaCoverSun 0
lavaCoverYoung 0
twistZones 0
twistMagn 0
cycloneMagn 0
cycloneFreq 0
cycloneDensity 0
cycloneOctaves 0
colorSea (0.553, 0.540, 0.535, 0.000)
colorShelf (0.587, 0.574, 0.568, 0.000)
colorBeach (0.622, 0.608, 0.602, 0.000)
colorDesert (0.656, 0.642, 0.635, 0.000)
colorLowland (0.691, 0.675, 0.668, 0.000)
colorUpland (0.725, 0.709, 0.702, 0.000)
colorRock (0.760, 0.743, 0.735, 0.000)
colorSnow (0.794, 0.777, 0.769, 1.000)
BumpHeight 0.89615
BumpOffset 0.54
SpecBrightWater 0
SpecBrightIce 0.03
SpecularPower 30
Hapke 1
SpotBright 4
SpotWidth 0.05
DayAmbient 0.07
}

NoClouds true

NoOcean true

NoLava true

NoAtmosphere true

NoAurora true

NoRings true

NoAccretionDisk true

NoCometTail true

You shouldn't include surface features in the .sc. SE generates that itself.

Quote Lucas0231 ()

DwarfMoon "Celle I/S2003 (3782) 1"

It is not know as "Celle I". An "I" is only added to the end of a satellite that has been given a permanent designation, which this has not. Also its should be called "S2001 (3782) 1". The number after the S (Which stands for satellite) is the year it was discovered, not the year it was announced.
 
Lucas0231Date: Monday, 06.06.2016, 18:46 | Message # 79
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I use the option "export", is for a relief more "soft". The name "Celle I" is just for simplicity.
 
MosfetDate: Monday, 06.06.2016, 19:06 | Message # 80
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Quote Silicon ()
should be called "S2001 (3782) 1". The number after the S (Which stands for satellite) is the year it was discovered, not the year it was announced.

It should be noted though, that all Wikipedia articles are referring to the companion as 2003 (3782) 1. Still looking into this, but papers I've seen don't cite any name, conventions aside. I'd like a confirmation other than Wikipedia sources.

Lucas0231, I assume you used some data from french Wikipedia article and their sources, since Mean Anomaly and other orbital parameters are corresponding. Nonetheless radius and other parameters are not quite the same.
Did you use SE Editor to input some data, perhaps?

Quote Lucas0231 ()
I use the option "export", is for a relief more "soft". The name "Celle I" is just for simplicity.

Ow, I'm too slow to post. I see, now I think I know why the RefPlane is "Extrasolar".





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Edited by Mosfet - Monday, 06.06.2016, 19:11
 
Lucas0231Date: Monday, 06.06.2016, 19:19 | Message # 81
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No, I use the JPL, but I use Wikipedia in French for few data (radius and semi major axis of the satellite).
 
MosfetDate: Monday, 06.06.2016, 19:33 | Message # 82
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Ok, thanks, I'll try to merge your data.
There are a couple of mistakes, you used days for Period value instead of years, and "Extrasolar" must be changed in "Ecliptic".
Also the semimajor axis of the companion is 30 km instead of 18 like in wikipedia, that's why I asked.

Edit:
It turns out that nobody cared even for a provisional name, at least it seems by IAU circulars, because still investigating as "chip" member of Vesta family.
Then we'll go by convention, and we'll use the year of discovery, ignoring Wikipedia (those articles are stub anyway) which probably based the name on the date of the announce. Unless someone else has more recent data.





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Edited by Mosfet - Monday, 06.06.2016, 20:08
 
SiliconDate: Tuesday, 07.06.2016, 23:19 | Message # 83
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Quote Mosfet ()
Then we'll go by convention, and we'll use the year of discovery

I got this from just looking at the names of moons on Johnson's Archive which seem to be based on the date of discovery.
 
MosfetDate: Wednesday, 08.06.2016, 10:44 | Message # 84
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Yeah, me too, sources sometimes can be unclear or there could be exceptions anyway.

Asteroid Celle added, barycenter calculated from data provided.





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Edited by Mosfet - Wednesday, 08.06.2016, 10:49
 
Lucas0231Date: Wednesday, 08.06.2016, 11:04 | Message # 85
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Thank !
 
MosfetDate: Monday, 13.06.2016, 22:00 | Message # 86
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1089 Tama, main belt binary:
Code

Barycenter "Tama System"
{
    ParentBody  "Sol"

    Orbit
    {
  Epoch   2457600.5
  SemiMajorAxis    2.213775091
  Period   3.293885112
  MeanAnomaly  323.1902651
  ArgOfPericenter    354.353642
  Eccentricity    0.12750272
  Inclination  3.7266981
  AscendingNode    71.49098987
  PericenterDist    1.931512745
  RefPlane  "Ecliptic"
    }
}

Asteroid "Tama/(1089) Tama"
{
    ParentBody   "Tama System"
    Radius   5.35
    AbsMagn   11.7
    SlopeParam  0.15
    Albedo   0.242
    RotationPeriod    16.444
    RotationOffset  -100
    Obliquity  5 // no data
    
    Surface
    {
  Randomize      (-0.190, -0.117, -0.527)
    }

    Orbit
    {
    SemiMajorAxis    3.36622635921822E-08 // 20.7  km
    Period   0.0018760155 // 0.6852  days
    MeanAnomaly  0
    ArgOfPericenter    0
    Eccentricity    0
    Inclination  5 // no data
    AscendingNode    0
    RefPlane  "Equator"
    }
}

Asteroid "S2003 (1089) 1"
{
    ParentBody    "Tama System"
    Radius  3.665
    TidalLocked    true
    Orbit
    {
  SemiMajorAxis    1.04708689838775E-07 // 20.7  km
  Period   0.0018760155 // 0.6852  days
  MeanAnomaly  0
  ArgOfPericenter    180
  Eccentricity    0
  Inclination  5 // no data
  AscendingNode    0
  RefPlane  "Equator"
    }
}





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SiliconDate: Thursday, 16.06.2016, 14:34 | Message # 87
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9069 Hovland and 15268 Wendelinefroger.
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Asteroid "Hovland/(9069) Hovland"
{
    ParentBody  "Sol"
    Class       "Asteroid"
    Radius      1.5

    RotationPeriod    4.2175

    Orbit
    {
  Epoch   2457400.5
  SemiMajorAxis    1.9132
  Period   2.6464
  Eccentricity    0.1182
  Inclination  19.572
  AscendingNode    247.94
  ArgOfPericenter    171.04
  MeanAnomaly  200.24
  RefPlane  "Ecliptic"
    }
}

Asteroid "S2004 (9069) 1"
{
    ParentBody  "Hovland"
    Class       "Asteroid"
    Radius      0.45

    Orbit
    {
  Epoch   2457400.5
  SemiMajorAxis    5.21E-8
  Period   0.003461
  Eccentricity    0
  Inclination  0
  RefPlane  "Equator"
    }
}

Asteroid "Wendelinefroger/(15268) Wendelinefroger"
{
    ParentBody  "Sol"
    Class       "Asteroid"
    Radius      1.915

    RotationPeriod    2.4224

    Orbit
    {
  Epoch   2457400.5
  SemiMajorAxis    2.3651
  Period   3.6374
  Eccentricity    0.23509
  Inclination  2.7541
  AscendingNode    144.06
  ArgOfPericenter    210.39
  MeanAnomaly  205.83
  RefPlane  "Ecliptic"
    }
}

Asteroid "S2008 (15268) 1"
{
    ParentBody  "Wendelinefroger"
    Class       "Asteroid"
    Radius      0.515

    Orbit
    {
  Epoch   2457400.5
  SemiMajorAxis    5.82E-8
  Period   0.002861
  Eccentricity    0
  Inclination  0
  RefPlane  "Equator"
    }
}
 
SpaceEngineerDate: Saturday, 18.06.2016, 11:10 | Message # 88
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2004 BP108 system have wrong rotational axes. Fix:

Code
Asteroid "2004 PB108"
{
    ParentBody  "2004 PB108 System"
    Class       "Asteroid"
    Radius      121.5 //Volume 7.51E6 = 87%
    Mass    1.586E-6
    AsterType  "Cubewano"
    AbsMagn     6.6
    SlopeParam  0.15
    Albedo      0.08
    Obliquity   106.55

    Orbit
    {
  Epoch     2457400.5
  SemiMajorAxis    9.0376E-6 // 10400 km
  Period   0.265632
  Eccentricity    0.438
  Inclination  106.55
  ArgOfPericenter    180
  MeanAnomaly   0
  RefPlane    "Ecliptic"
    }
}

Asteroid "S2006 (2004 PB108) 1"
{
    ParentBody  "2004 PB108 System"
    Class       "Asteroid"
    Radius      64.5 //Volume 1.12E6 = 13%
    Obliquity   106.55

    Orbit
    {
  Epoch     2457400.5
  SemiMajorAxis    6.048E-5 // 10400 km
  Period   0.265632
  Eccentricity    0.438
  Inclination   106.55
  ArgOfPericenter    0
  MeanAnomaly   0
  RefPlane    "Ecliptic"
    }
}


Please copy these parameters from old astroids/Kuiper belt catalogs:

Code

    AsterType  "Cubewano"
    AbsMagn     6.6
    SlopeParam  0.15


AbsMagn and SlopeParam are used to calculate apparent stellar magnitude of asteroid, AsterType will be used in future.





 
MosfetDate: Saturday, 18.06.2016, 16:56 | Message # 89
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Done, thanks, updated in OP.




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SiliconDate: Sunday, 19.06.2016, 20:38 | Message # 90
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Made a catalog correction to 317 Roxane, Primary had the wrong radius.
Code
Asteroid "Roxane/(317) Roxane"
{
    ParentBody  "Sol"
    Class       "Asteroid"
    Radius      9.93
    RotationPeriod  8.169

    Orbit
    {
  Epoch   2457400.5
  SemiMajorAxis    2.2867
  Period   3.4581
  Eccentricity    0.085548
  Inclination  1.7653
  AscendingNode    151.38
  ArgOfPericenter    187.09
  MeanAnomaly  171.1
  RefPlane  "Ecliptic"
    }
}

DwarfMoon "S2009 (317) 1"
{
    ParentBody  "Roxane"
    Class       "Asteroid"
    Radius      2.65

    Orbit
    {
  SemiMajorAxis    1.718E-6 // 257 km
  Period   0.038331
  Eccentricity    0
  Inclination  0
  RefPlane  "Equator"
    }
}
 
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