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Challenge: Best Screenshot With Rings [HD-04]
HarbingerDawnDate: Wednesday, 15.05.2013, 18:50 | Message # 1
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I'm going to increase the frequency of challenges to an average of one per week by overlapping them so there will be two at a time, starting with this one.



Challenge #4


The goal of this challenge is to take the best screenshot to include rings in the given galaxy. Any screenshot that includes rings in any way is valid.

The galaxy to search in is RG 0-6-145115-158

You must make your submission by 23:59 UTC on Wednesday 29 May.

Your submission must contain the place code (create in F6 menu) of the exact place and camera angle from which you took your screenshot and the field of view (FOV) you used to take it if that FOV was smaller than 10° or larger than 60°. You may only submit one screenshot. If you would like to change your submission after you have made it, simply edit your original post and replace the old submission with the new one.

The winner of the challenge will be chosen by popular vote. As soon as the submission period ends, the voting period will begin. The voting period will last for exactly 3 days. I will announce the winners after the end of the voting period.

All forum members are encouraged to vote on the submissions made by the participants. To vote, make a post in which you rate each entry on a scale of 0-10, with 10 being the best. Challenge participants may not rate their own entry. Challenge participants may abstain from voting if they want to (you don't have to vote).

Before you start the challenge, please verify that your universe is consistent with the one most others are using by visiting the test planet below and making sure it is the same one that is posted here. If it is not, then you might have modified your SpaceEngine galaxy models from their original state. In that case, you might want to install a separate 0.9.7.0 for doing challenges with (you can skip the planet textures and spacecraft models to keep it small).


And as always remember to post about any really extraordinary things you find while doing your challenge in an appropriate thread (such as the image dump) and mention its location and that you found it while hunting for this challenge, as you could win an award for it.





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Edited by HarbingerDawn - Sunday, 02.06.2013, 07:10
 
smjjamesDate: Friday, 17.05.2013, 15:34 | Message # 2
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Quote (HarbingerDawn)
And as always remember to post about any really extraordinary things you find while doing your challenge in an appropriate thread (such as the image dump) and mention its location and that you found it while hunting for this challenge, as you could win an award for it.


Does this apply to the other challenge that is ending today? Because I found this neat 12 jupiter mass gas giant in a main sequance binary system with an ice giant moon and two other moons.





 
HarbingerDawnDate: Friday, 17.05.2013, 15:48 | Message # 3
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Does this apply to the other challenge that is ending today?

It applies to every challenge that I do, but keep in mind that ultimately I'm the one who decides what qualifies as "really extraordinary" and my views on that might (and probably do) differ from other people's, so finding something that you think is really cool won't necessarily earn you an award.





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smjjamesDate: Friday, 17.05.2013, 15:55 | Message # 4
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Well, it's not extraordinarily awesome, but I did think it was neat and decided to share it anyway.




 
FlugcojtDate: Saturday, 18.05.2013, 18:16 | Message # 5
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HarbingerDawnDate: Saturday, 18.05.2013, 18:29 | Message # 6
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Flugcojt, you can use your original screenshot if you want to, the place code is close enough in this case.




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FlugcojtDate: Saturday, 18.05.2013, 18:45 | Message # 7
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Flugcojt, you can use your original screenshot if you want to, the place code is close enough in this case.

Its OK, I've decided that I like this one better smile





 
PlanetExplorer12Date: Tuesday, 21.05.2013, 21:07 | Message # 8
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I used the biggest field of view.
Code
Place    "Planet Frozen titan"
{
  Body    "RS 0-6-145115-158-1385-6-245553-93 8"
  Parent    "RS 0-6-145115-158-1385-6-245553-93 8-8.1"
  Pos  (-4.295239985625636e-010, -4.353497179724816e-010, 8.249188463392565e-011)
  Rot  (-0.1471047812513885, -0.02035966026734771, -0.3716911403538287, 0.9164013115165482)
  Date    "1917844.07.11 20:33:51.93"
  Vel  3.052858e-010
  Mode    1
}







Jupiter is Awesome!
 
Buddy_McFlurryDate: Saturday, 25.05.2013, 22:53 | Message # 9
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FOV: about 57°


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LiveLife42Date: Saturday, 25.05.2013, 23:18 | Message # 10
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FrostbreathDate: Sunday, 26.05.2013, 21:27 | Message # 11
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Just-in-time submission:


A very interesting solar system with comets, nebula on the background and this nice planet with rings.

Location: RS 0-6-145115-158-3161-9-121444554-55 B5





Amateur astronomer. Owner of a Celestron C8 telescope and, of course, Space Engine. Translator for Dutch.
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 26.05.2013, 21:50 | Message # 12
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I'm extending this challenge by a few days, everyone now has until 29 May.




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u3210Date: Sunday, 26.05.2013, 22:46 | Message # 13
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Nebulaes, a moon and a green ring.


Attachments: 3335470.jpg(247Kb)


Edited by u3210 - Wednesday, 29.05.2013, 04:50
 
TimDate: Monday, 27.05.2013, 17:49 | Message # 14
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There goes my submission. Any screenshot with rings counts. :P

Location: RS 0-6-145115-158-3161-4-3788-139 B3 and B3.1


Attachments: 8749451.jpg(234Kb)
 
chromatic9Date: Tuesday, 28.05.2013, 03:26 | Message # 15
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RS 0-7-1160921-984-116-6-141569-11 7






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