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Work progress and public beta test - 0.9.7.4
Lucas0231Date: Sunday, 31.01.2016, 13:27 | Message # 1381
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Is more realistic, but L9 dwarfs her less beautiful than before, they are a little "cartoon".
 
RodrigoDate: Sunday, 31.01.2016, 13:42 | Message # 1382
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Quote 37ophiuchi ()
I definitely support that notion. Furthermore, Rodrigo's Terrain Mods have to be implemented as a standard for SpaceEngine:

SpaceEngeneer already asked me to optimize the code.. trying to do so, but I'm having lot of real life issues, plus I'm not a coder (I'm a Radiologist), so it could take time...
I encourage anyone to give it a shot, though

Also, agree with you regarding Kluds mountain and dune Mods. They are incredible and add a lot to the realism
 
parameciumkidDate: Sunday, 31.01.2016, 14:11 | Message # 1383
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Quote SpaceEngineer ()
They do reflect light. Plants have slightly different lighting system, but dwarfs do reflect light from another stars in a system. Just find some not very wide G + T system and look.

I thought I did. This planet orbiting a T in a multiple system is reflecting the other stars' light bright and clear, but the T is pitch black:
RS 0-9-121994258-1012-7-7-139522-908 B2

P.S. Here's a pretty picture illustrating the situation:





Intel HD Graphics 4000 ;P

Edited by parameciumkid - Sunday, 31.01.2016, 14:16
 
Lynk101Date: Sunday, 31.01.2016, 14:18 | Message # 1384
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So i was exploring the galaxy IC 1101 (which is the largest known galaxy) and at the center i found a black hole so big that the nearby stars where INSIDE it. but seriouly, this galaxy HUGE.
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Brett001Date: Sunday, 31.01.2016, 15:07 | Message # 1385
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I think they are more beautiful and realistic. The only thing I don't understand is how some of them can be completely black while lighting up planets and having a magnitude of -16 when up close.


This I have experienced and I do not understand why.
 
sinsforealDate: Sunday, 31.01.2016, 15:35 | Message # 1386
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Lucas0231,

I have seen this when I was playing around with the options in the editor menu





"Man once looked up at the stars and wondered, Now all we do is look at our hands and hesitate"
 
37ophiuchiDate: Sunday, 31.01.2016, 19:50 | Message # 1387
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Quote Rodrigo ()
SpaceEngeneer already asked me to optimize the code.. trying to do so, but I'm having lot of real life issues, plus I'm not a coder (I'm a Radiologist), so it could take time...
I encourage anyone to give it a shot, though


Well, I'm a planetary scientist, however I am a total noob when it comes to coding...

"Dammit Jim, I'm a geologist not a computer scientist!" tongue
 
LookAtDatDakkaDate: Sunday, 31.01.2016, 21:04 | Message # 1388
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Quote Lynk101 ()
So i was exploring the galaxy IC 1101 (which is the largest known galaxy) and at the center i found a black hole so big that the nearby stars where INSIDE it. but seriouly, this galaxy HUGE.


Oh, I went there before.





NVIDIA 960 GTX 2048MB
 
pzampellaDate: Monday, 01.02.2016, 02:01 | Message # 1389
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LookAtDatDakka, Lynk101, actually, I just went there and there is no black hole in the center, just the globular cluster with no black hole. O.o

Edited by pzampella - Monday, 01.02.2016, 16:45
 
FaceDeerDate: Monday, 01.02.2016, 02:08 | Message # 1390
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It is not realistic, so will not be included by default.


I just wanted to add a "thank you" for being a hard-nosed realism gatekeeper, by the way. Even though it means that alien city lights are probably going to be a low-priority feature for a long time yet to come. smile
 
Lynk101Date: Monday, 01.02.2016, 02:59 | Message # 1391
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LookAtDatDakka, Lynk101, actually, I just went there and there is no black hole in the center, just the globular cumulus with no black hole. O.o

how can you not, its so big it could easilly be seen from hundreds or even thousands of light years away. it must be a bug, or your at the wronge place
 
JackDoleDate: Monday, 01.02.2016, 03:28 | Message # 1392
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pzampella, Lynk101

That's a bug. Sometimes the central black hole is not there.





Don't forget to look here.

 
niseminoshiroDate: Monday, 01.02.2016, 04:03 | Message # 1393
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pzampella, did you press ctrl-g?
 
Warmees_RusDate: Monday, 01.02.2016, 09:11 | Message # 1394
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Hey,

I have been busy this year and not have time to download each patch when comes out. Is there list where I can download all patch or do I have to find in all 93 pages?

Thank you,
Andre
 
MaCrossDate: Monday, 01.02.2016, 10:33 | Message # 1395
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You find the latest beta patch on the opening post of this thread. To use it you first have to install v.0.9.7.2 and then v.0.9.7.3. They are located in the download area.
 
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