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Work progress - 0.9.7.2
DoctorOfSpaceDate: Saturday, 09.08.2014, 00:11 | Message # 376
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just hot rocks.


Far more than anyone could've asked for at this point anyway. Keep up the good work.





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Chris94Date: Saturday, 09.08.2014, 01:32 | Message # 377
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Looking good SpaceEngineer smile That's what i'm talking about. These textures will look good on one of the planets i have created in my own fictional universe which i have already created as an add-on.
 
FastFourierTransformDate: Saturday, 09.08.2014, 02:00 | Message # 378
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I'm working on lava. It appear a way more complex than I expected.


WWWWWWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHHHHH MY GOAT!!!

This is wonderfull. I'm also trembling! cry truly amazing. Master piece of programming. I admire you because you're creating a universe. Something like a God, and I as an atheist love your god-like skills!!!

You have implemented nearly all of my considerations!!! Even more!!! I love that shield Volcano, and that asteroid Thank you so much for that, Vladimir. It was in fact a difficult task and you say isn't finished yet!!! What you have done it's just awesome. I would donate in a few months, now I'm totally sure. This is maybe the only way I can help you and with some strange ideas in between.
You materialize all your ideas, you get everything you aspire at least in this part of your life. I think we are all truly amazed of that.

I really want to thank you for that monumental piece of art. I, as a physics student, consider that you are helping the scientific community with this. This planetarium can inspire many many people to do Science and save lifes, to make more easy for educators to explain things or just to make people admire the magnificence of the scientific cultural archivements.

There is a long path to make SE what we want, but in the time you have created something that has no comparison in any way to other games of the genere.

Surely this can be improved. For example the 7th image shows little surface complexity in a fully covered lava planet, the textures can become more realistic maybe with some floating dark crust islands or only some gradient variations to make colour more diverse (probably I'm saying something less accurate).

I should say one more time. Thank you Vladimir
 
VoekoevakaDate: Saturday, 09.08.2014, 03:36 | Message # 379
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Those screenshots are so fantastic !! The asteroid with a ot crater is amazing.
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What are the two blue lights ? Lens flares ? What's the little white cloud near the light ?





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Gondor2222Date: Saturday, 09.08.2014, 06:11 | Message # 380
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How does the new thermal glow work? Is it equivalent to local ambient light?

I ask because it seems the new glow system might be useful for nighttime earth textures based off light data like this
 
DoctorOfSpaceDate: Saturday, 09.08.2014, 06:28 | Message # 381
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the new glow system might be useful for nighttime earth textures based off light data


You mean like this?





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Fireinthehole-Date: Saturday, 09.08.2014, 10:26 | Message # 382
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I think he just took a year off - I could be wrong, though.

The money foundation was so he could take a year off and work fulltime on Space Engine smile





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spacerDate: Saturday, 09.08.2014, 22:15 | Message # 383
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Crazy Suggestion: alien life in the lava!!! wacko tongue




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DoctorOfSpaceDate: Saturday, 09.08.2014, 23:13 | Message # 384
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Crazy Suggestion: alien life in the lava


I'm sure you could find some young world with exotic life and lava, then you can just pretend it lives in it.





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Joey_PenguinDate: Sunday, 10.08.2014, 21:58 | Message # 385
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At last, the foundations have been laid for the spread of Juffo-Wup.

Great job with the lava, SpaceEngineer. smile





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Master_RamboDate: Monday, 11.08.2014, 15:57 | Message # 386
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What kind of planets would they be classified as? Deserts?
Or is it a new kind of class? (like those that are right next to red giants with over 2000K+ temperatures)
 
spacerDate: Monday, 11.08.2014, 16:31 | Message # 387
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Quote Master_Rambo ()
What kind of planets would they be classified as? Deserts?
Or is it a new kind of class? (like those that are right next to red giants with over 2000K+ temperatures)

i think its just what we have now. its like we have lava on earth and its still terra





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VoekoevakaDate: Monday, 11.08.2014, 17:04 | Message # 388
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I think it could be good to have the term "protoplanet" for very young systems with lava planets. And it could be nice to have a lot of protoplanets around protostars (around 50).




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astronikiDate: Monday, 11.08.2014, 21:09 | Message # 389
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And it could be nice to have a lot of protoplanets around protostars

And clusters of protostars and/or young stars inside nebulae.





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DeathStarDate: Monday, 11.08.2014, 21:35 | Message # 390
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I completely agree with the protostar idea. Young open clusters should spawn inside diffuse nebulae and they should contain 'true' protostars, T Tauri's and Herbig Ae/Be stars which would usually have protoplanetary discs around them, usually with actual protoplanets. These clusters should also rarely contain Wolf-Rayets or LBV's.
 
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