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Known issues and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.97
HarbingerDawnDate: Wednesday, 01.05.2013, 06:26 | Message # 1
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Please post here all of your reports about bugs or crashes in SpaceEngine. Before you post any bugs, please follow these steps:

  • Read the Troubleshooting for SpaceEngine 0.97. It is possible that your problem can be solved there.

  • Make sure that your bugs are not on the following list of known issues. You can use your browser's word finder to help search the list.

  • If the bug is not on the list then please post it in this thread. Attach to your message a screenshot (if possible) and a log file (it's called the "se.log" and is located in the system folder of SpaceEngine's directory). Only the log file will help me to understand your problem and find a solution.



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    Edited by HarbingerDawn - Monday, 30.09.2013, 22:45
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    HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 10.11.2013, 16:13 | Message # 301
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    That's not a catalog error; the stellar remnant in the center of every planetary nebula and supernova remnant at present is procedurally generated.

    Quote DeathStar ()
    Anyways, the black hole(which in reality should be a neutron star) is around 700,000,000 years old, so the age of neutron stars/black holes is also the age of the progenitor

    How does that prove that?





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    DeathStarDate: Sunday, 10.11.2013, 16:24 | Message # 302
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    Quote HarbingerDawn ()
    How does that prove that?


    First of all, if the star actually went supernova almost 1 billion years ago, the nebula surrounding it would have long since vanished.

    Second, just a few pages ago, you said that the age of a white dwarf includes everything from the time since the original star formed to this very day. Why wouldnt the same rule apply to neutron stars and black holes, since they are stellar remnants as well?
     
    HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 10.11.2013, 17:01 | Message # 303
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    Quote DeathStar ()
    First of all, if the star actually went supernova almost 1 billion years ago, the nebula surrounding it would have long since vanished.

    If the star actually lived that long to begin with, it wouldn't be massive enough to go supernova. So it proves nothing other than an unrealistic timespan being generated.

    Quote DeathStar ()
    Second, just a few pages ago, you said that the age of a white dwarf includes everything from the time since the original star formed to this very day. Why wouldnt the same rule apply to neutron stars and black holes, since they are stellar remnants as well?

    Because a white dwarf isn't actually formed when its original star dies, it is merely exposed (it is after all just the core of the original star). But a neutron star or a black hole is actually formed by the supernova that destroyed its progenitor. So there is a fundamental difference in how and when these objects are formed relative to their progenitors.





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    DeathStarDate: Sunday, 10.11.2013, 17:12 | Message # 304
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    Maybe we should just let SpaceEngineer tell us which of the two systems is actually used.
     
    SpaceEngineerDate: Sunday, 10.11.2013, 21:48 | Message # 305
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    Quote DeathStar ()
    Maybe we should just let SpaceEngineer tell us which of the two systems is actually used.

    The age of star is age of its progenitor. So it was a bug.





     
    Billy_MayesDate: Friday, 15.11.2013, 13:20 | Message # 306
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    This moon has this fluttering glitch when you go to it.
    Click the image to see it in a gif.






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    Edited by Billy_Mayes - Friday, 15.11.2013, 13:20
     
    HarbingerDawnDate: Friday, 15.11.2013, 14:06 | Message # 307
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    Just looks like the eclipse bug to me. Look to see if there are binary suns or if there's a giant planet between this planet and the sun.




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    NevokronDate: Saturday, 16.11.2013, 11:21 | Message # 308
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    Star flares sometimes disappear with no apparent reason.
    In this video, the two suns at the beginning have flares, then, starting from time 1:02, when they appear again in sight, the flare is gone:
    https://www.facebook.com/photo.p....3267816
     
    VoekoevakaDate: Saturday, 16.11.2013, 12:18 | Message # 309
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    I think they're still there, but the auto exposure fonction made them invisible.




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    NevokronDate: Sunday, 17.11.2013, 12:50 | Message # 310
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    I think they're still there, but the auto exposure fonction made them invisible.

    No, usually the flares are just dimmed by the auto-exposure; in this case they diasappear. I noticed this effect clearly in another video, where I didn't touch the auto-exposure mode (I shall upload it eventually...), yet the flares where there one moment and then they disappeared. The problem is that this issue is occurring randomly, so it is difficult to reproduce...

    Added (17.11.2013, 15:50)
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    Here it is: http://youtu.be/i5TZwQ3oVks
    (for the first 4 seconds the video is still, please just wait a bit...)
    You will notice that when suns rise for the second time, they are without flare. I'm not 100% sure, but I think this 'bug' is occurring only when taking a video (F9).

    Nev

     
    RockoRocksDate: Saturday, 07.12.2013, 22:25 | Message # 311
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    I found an insanely large catalog orange dwarf with a nonsensical radius of 1.861 AU:
    HIP 5926 A





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    WatsisnameDate: Saturday, 07.12.2013, 23:20 | Message # 312
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    That is not a bug, but an error in the HIPPARCOS star catalog entry. SE calculates stellar parameters from the data provided, so if that data is wrong then the resulting star will not make sense. My guess is that the parallax is wrong -- HIPPARCOS catalog gives it as 0.22mas, which is way too far away. So in order to have the correct apparent magnitude, SE makes the star more luminous (note the absurd absolute magnitude / luminosity), which means for a given surface temperature the radius has to be huge. Alternatively, the star could really be a giant and the spectral type is wrong.




     
    HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 08.12.2013, 01:24 | Message # 313
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    RockoRocks, read the very first item in the known issues list. There was no reason to post this.




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    Crashman1390Date: Wednesday, 15.01.2014, 19:32 | Message # 314
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    Is it just me or does Antares look a little far away from its respective nebulae?

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    HarbingerDawnDate: Wednesday, 15.01.2014, 19:54 | Message # 315
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    Quote Crashman1390 ()
    Is it just me or does Antares look a little far away from its respective nebulae?

    Voekoevaka made the nebula model and catalog entry. Talk to him about it.





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