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SpaceEngine TODO List - Updated 14th Dec 2015
JJake101Date: Monday, 13.07.2015, 15:25 | Message # 301
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In my opinion it's too much unrealistic


Given that are projected to be 40 billion earth like planets in the habitable zone (in our galaxy alone), I reckon there's definitely room for alien life in there.

Maybe you could have it as a different game mode for those who still want the lifeless realism? e.g.

In the main menu you could have two options ...

- Planetarium (realism mode?)
- Planetarium with life (living universe mode?)

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we can not know how alien species are, neither how much they're common or anything else.


We could pretty much take what we know about how life evolved on Earth and extrapolate that to other environments (e.g. a creature living in water will most likely be slender and have fins, creatures in high gravity environments would have greater muscle bulk ect...)

As for how common microbial life is vs complex multi-cellular vs sapient life that'd probably need a bit of educated guessing.

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Plus, we already have life in the game, it's just not really represented or manifested in any way apart from one or two lines of text



Edited by JJake101 - Wednesday, 15.07.2015, 19:41
 
OBV10U3_NINJADate: Tuesday, 28.07.2015, 03:41 | Message # 302
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Plus, we already have life in the game, it's just not really represented or manifested in any way apart from one or two lines of text

Actually yeah, I find it hilarious that this is literally all there is to it, other than the planet being green, red or purple. It's almost sad but at the same time, again, funny.
 
FastFourierTransformDate: Friday, 14.08.2015, 11:22 | Message # 303
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What about Zodiacal Light?!!! There are stellar systems with huge zodiacal belts

 
Erik3EDate: Tuesday, 18.08.2015, 20:50 | Message # 304
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Quote JJake101 ()
Maybe you could have it as a different game mode for those who still want the lifeless realism? e.g.

In the main menu you could have two options ...

- Planetarium (realism mode?)
- Planetarium with life (living universe mode?)

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we can not know how alien species are, neither how much they're common or anything else.


We could pretty much take what we know about how life evolved on Earth and extrapolate that to other environments (e.g. a creature living in water will most likely be slender and have fins, creatures in high gravity environments would have greater muscle bulk ect...)

As for how common microbial life is vs complex multi-cellular vs sapient life that'd probably need a bit of educated guessing.


I like the idea of having 2 different game modes 1 for people who believe the Universe is a dark place and humans are the only ones out there and one for players who actualy think we are just one living planet among many and some with life similar to humans.

And to add to the last part, most likely for an alien race to develop as humans have done it would almost have to be humanoid in appearance. At Least when it comes to the arms/hands to be able to create not to mention it has to have a decent eyesight. Without being able to see out from your planet why would the alien race want to leave? They dont know what is out there. An alien race that is thecnologicaly advanced would ahve to have all these fetures and possibly some other qualities like us. I guess they also have to be currius. But from my experience there is alot of different animals on earth that ar currius so I would say that is quite common.
The reall question is not does the universe have life but how much life does it have.
 
Astro1158Date: Friday, 18.09.2015, 01:08 | Message # 305
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I actually have something that exists: 1SWASP J140747.93-394542.6
Here are some links:



Seriously, have fun modelling that in game.

Also, are you guys going to add procedurally generated moons to exoplanets that we've discovered?


Edited by Astro1158 - Friday, 18.09.2015, 01:08
 
AlekDate: Friday, 18.09.2015, 02:19 | Message # 306
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Quote Astro1158 ()
I actually have something that exists: 1SWASP J140747.93-394542.6
Here are some links:





Seriously, have fun modelling that in game.

Also, are you guys going to add procedurally generated moons to exoplanets that we've discovered?


Pretty sure that's already in the game.





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arbazarifDate: Saturday, 03.10.2015, 20:14 | Message # 307
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SpaceEngineer,

Please update the to do list
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Saturday, 03.10.2015, 20:29 | Message # 308
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arbazarif, he will update the list when he has time. Please be patient.




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jjliangDate: Tuesday, 06.10.2015, 03:23 | Message # 309
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Procedurally-generated and better-quality Solar System planet and moon textures.

Edited by jjliang - Friday, 16.10.2015, 00:01
 
DwardenDate: Wednesday, 07.10.2015, 05:59 | Message # 310
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as you may remember last year and early this year I was talking about BPG and animated BPG formats

well, it seems there is now better format on the block, with GPLv3 license
FLIF
Free Lossless Image Format
http://flif.info/

example : http://flif.info/example.php

of course it's quite early format but damn promising in many aspects

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I think I repeat myself but I would like to see for

Galaxies:
Star/Stellar Streams https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_stellar_streams


Star systems:
Bow shock caused by Astro-sphere/Helio-sphere in areas of space where density of material / gas is higher than usual

yes, technically sorta like comet but with whole star system 'bubble' smile


Clouds? wink {yes the ones in space}

as our Sun is currently traveling through the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Local_Interstellar_Cloud
that's a denser region in the low-density https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Local_Bubble
one day it enters G-cloud https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G-Cloud





Ideas are like ocean w/o borders! https://twitter.com/FoltynD

Edited by Dwarden - Wednesday, 07.10.2015, 06:17
 
gazelleDate: Tuesday, 13.10.2015, 08:15 | Message # 311
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When will the accretion disk appear in space engine? rolleyes
 
lhommealenversDate: Wednesday, 28.10.2015, 08:55 | Message # 312
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A quicker way to set the camera zoom would be nice. (Or maybe there is one but I didn't find it).

Edited by lhommealenvers - Wednesday, 28.10.2015, 08:57
 
FireintheholeDate: Wednesday, 28.10.2015, 09:40 | Message # 313
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A quicker way to set the camera zoom would be nice. (Or maybe there is one but I didn't find it).

Hold shift and press left mouse button while moving the mouse forwards/backwards.





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Brett001Date: Wednesday, 28.10.2015, 13:04 | Message # 314
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Hold shift and press left mouse button while moving the mouse forwards/backwards.


...or press hold mouse left and right button at the same time. cool
 
JackDoleDate: Wednesday, 28.10.2015, 19:27 | Message # 315
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Hold shift and press left mouse button while moving the mouse forwards/backwards.

...or press hold mouse left and right button at the same time.

That's not the same. The first method changes the 'Field of view', the second changes the distance.





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