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Work progress and public beta test - 0.9.7.4
SpaceEngineerDate: Tuesday, 08.12.2015, 10:12 | Message # 901
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Quote DeathStar ()
Question now is - do they ever get generated as solitary stars?(since T dwarfs don't currently)

T dwarfs are generated. Did you used star browser to find them? I added Y dwarfs as star system also, but they are planets technically (planemo). After implementing Planemo, I probably move Y dwarfs to planets class (and rename their satellites to moons).

Quote LookAtDatDakka ()
SpaceEngineer, you should create a separate atmospheric model for procedural gas giants because it would allows us to go deeper into the giants.

No, SE uses Eric Bruneton's atmospheric scattering code, which was designed for Eearth's thin and transparent atmosphere. Gas giants required another approach.





 
DeathStarDate: Tuesday, 08.12.2015, 10:32 | Message # 902
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Quote SpaceEngineer ()
T dwarfs are generated. Did you used star browser to find them? I added Y dwarfs as star system also, but they are planets technically (planemo). After implementing Planemo, I probably move Y dwarfs to planets class (and rename their satellites to moons).


I can't seem to find them:



Possibly a bug you fixed in the version you are using?
 
SpaceEngineerDate: Tuesday, 08.12.2015, 12:55 | Message # 903
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Use smaller search radius. There is probably no room for them in the table.




 
HarbingerDawnDate: Tuesday, 08.12.2015, 13:50 | Message # 904
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Quote DeathStar ()
Possibly a bug you fixed in the version you are using?

Yes. T dwarfs don't generate in the latest patch, but SpaceEngineer fixed it.





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Spock1108Date: Tuesday, 08.12.2015, 18:49 | Message # 905
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Fantastic new stars! But brown dwarfs I'd recommend adding gigantic aurora, seen the latest scientific ...

Brown Dwarf' s Auroras





Sorry for my English! ;)
 
n3xtDate: Tuesday, 08.12.2015, 22:11 | Message # 906
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I haven't tested anything of the new S.E. 0.9.7.4 because I know my mind will be blown apart once it's released.

Speaking of spectral subclasses... How about adding the additional luminosity subclasses and marginals?

For example: Betelgeuse, M1-M2 Ia-Iab
Or a procedural example: O7.4 Ib-IIa

M5 IIIab

K0 IV-V

G8 IIIb

B0.5 V-IV

G2.5 II-III

Etc... etc... And maybe change the subdwarfs from luminosity class ''VI'' to sd and esd (for extreme subdwarfs).
Like M8 V or sdM8 and esdM8. Just a suggestion though... Keep going Vladimir biggrin
 
huishbDate: Wednesday, 09.12.2015, 02:58 | Message # 907
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sooooo, any one know wow the black hole development is going? anything new planned? Anything completed?

sorry im just sooo exided about the new black holes!!!





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SomeoneDate: Wednesday, 09.12.2015, 04:20 | Message # 908
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Look at the acceleration in the information tab.



Also, when i take a screenshot without GUI, the orbits, marker and labels showed up in the screenshot, is that a bug?


Edited by Someone - Wednesday, 09.12.2015, 04:35
 
Destructor1701Date: Wednesday, 09.12.2015, 05:23 | Message # 909
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Those cool new upgrades to cool star rendering are pretty cool.




 
RetsofDate: Wednesday, 09.12.2015, 05:42 | Message # 910
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Would it be anywhere near accurate for the hotter brown dwarfs to somehow combine the look of gas-giant bands and stellar convection cells?
 
SpaceEngineerDate: Wednesday, 09.12.2015, 12:22 | Message # 911
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Quote n3xt ()
For example: Betelgeuse, M1-M2 Ia-Iab
Or a procedural example: O7.4 Ib-IIa

This is uncertanity or variability. Both are not supperted yet.

Quote n3xt ()
And maybe change the subdwarfs from luminosity class ''VI'' to sd and esd (for extreme subdwarfs).
Like M8 V or sdM8 and esdM8. Just a suggestion though...

Already did that.

Quote Someone ()
Also, when i take a screenshot without GUI, the orbits, marker and labels showed up in the screenshot, is that a bug?

It's not a bug. They are not parts of GUI, but parts of the scene.

Quote Retsof ()
Would it be anywhere near accurate for the hotter brown dwarfs to somehow combine the look of gas-giant bands and stellar convection cells?

Maybe not in theis version. I also want to make them realistic, but didn't find any scientific article about numerical modelling of the BD surface.





 
SpaceEngineerDate: Wednesday, 09.12.2015, 21:31 | Message # 912
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Brown dwarf with strong aurora


Attachments: 5098324.jpg(171Kb)





 
axeladalidez78Date: Wednesday, 09.12.2015, 22:02 | Message # 913
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I have one question , Does every type of brown drawfs have decimal subclasses ? Because I would love to see a 9.9 Y-Drawf.




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Edited by axeladalidez78 - Wednesday, 09.12.2015, 22:05
 
DeathStarDate: Wednesday, 09.12.2015, 22:06 | Message # 914
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Beautiful! Small, non-development related question: what exactly prevents auroras from forming on the poles of an ordinary star? The fact that said star has plasma, rather than gas, on it's surface?

Edited by DeathStar - Thursday, 10.12.2015, 09:59
 
parameciumkidDate: Wednesday, 09.12.2015, 23:41 | Message # 915
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Perhaps magnetically-energized glowing plasma does gather around the poles, but since the whole thing is glowing like, well, the Sun, you can't see them.




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